Tri-County Health Department


Aurora Motor Vehicle Office closes temporarily   after employee tests positive for COVID-19

Arapahoe County is following Tri-County Health Department and CDC guidelines that cover what steps to take when an employee tests positive, and the one employee who tested positive is quarantining.

Health Department Orders restaurant to close after it violates Governor Polis’ Public Health Orders

Tri-County Health Department issued an order to close to the C&C Breakfast & Korean Kitchen, a Cookies and Crema Company in Castle Rock

Arapahoe County Fairgrounds transformed to alternate care medical facility

Operation will host recovering COVID-19 patients after discharge

Metro Denver Public Health Departments Rescind Stay at Home Public Health Orders; Adopt State Order

  Statement: Metro Denver Public Health Departments Rescind Stay at Home Public Health Orders; Adopt State Order Boulder County Public Health, Jefferson County Public Health and Tri-County Health Department applaud Gov. Polis and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for issuing a Stay at Home Public Health Order effective Mar. 26 to protect the health and safety of our communities. After much discussion and consideration, our three local health departments have decided to rescind our local level Orders and formally adopt the state’s Order. We believe this actionRead More

Arapahoe County extends closure of county facilities to the public through April 17

The Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners has announced that all county facilities will remain closed to the public effective through at least April 17, 2020. This closure is designed to help curb the spread of COVID-19, and the decision is consistent with guidelines issued by the White House, and by state and public health officials. The county will continue to make a number of its services available online, and many county operations will continue during this closure.  The Board of County Commissioners is working closely with the Tri-County HealthRead More

Gardner to Self-Quarantine Following Contact with Coloradan who Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Washington, D.C. – Today U.S. Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) released the following statement regarding his decision to self-quarantine after contact with a Colorado constituent who was visiting Washington, D.C. and later tested positive for coronavirus.  “I was alerted today by the Tri-County Health Department that a Coloradan who visited my Washington office for a constituent meeting has tested positive for coronavirus. While I am not showing any symptoms at this time, I have made the decision to self-quarantine out of an abundance of caution with an effective date of MarchRead More

Arapahoe County Resident Tests Positive for COVID-19

Woman is isolated at home while Tri-County Health Department begins investigation