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The coronavirus disease 2019 is new and causes respiratory illness in people and can spread from person to person. 
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Safer at Home

Safer at Home Guidance

As Colorado continues to normalize operations, the State has set up a Safer at Home webpage to provide ongoing guidance related to the new phase. While the State provides overarching Safer at Home protocols, these are subject to county guidelines and enforcement.

In Colorado, local governments can choose to have different rules from the state. To get the most up-to-date information on local orders and variances, please review Garfield County Executive Orders.

Garfield County allows business reopening on May 4, with a business social distancing plan. Social distancing business plans can be submitted through Garfield County’s webpage.

Guidance by Industry

Safer-at-Home Fast Facts

  • Critical businesses are still open.
  • Non-critical businesses are open with restrictions.
  • Stay at home as much as possible.
  • Practice good hygiene. Wash your hands frequently and don’t touch your face.
  • Wear a face covering or mask when you leave your home.

Workers’ Rights and Resources Webpage

COVID-19 Business Resources
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  1. Glenwood Springs Opens Public Buildings to Employees and Appointments June 1, 2020

    The City of Glenwood Springs will reopen public buildings to employees on June 1, 2020. Public buildings will be open to the public by pre-arranged appointment only until further notice. Face coverings and social distancing required. Read on...
  2. CDOT Resumes CO 82 Paving in Glenwood Springs, Traffic Impacts Expected

    Motorists should anticipate significant travel impacts in Glenwood Springs associated with asphalt paving on Monday, June 1 through Sunday, June 7, 9am to dusk. Read on...
  3. CONE ZONE: Glenwood Canyon Westbound Traffic Stops on May 20-21

    Beginning at 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 20, westbound motorists can expect intermittent 30-minute traffic stops on I-70 at the No Name Tunnel. Traffic stops will take place on May 20 and 21. Bike Path open during this time. Read on...
  4. Two Rivers Park to Reopen Saturday, May 23, 2020

    The City of Glenwood Springs will reopen Two Rivers Park on May 23, 2020 after completing riverfront and boat ramp improvements. The Park has been closed since October 7, 2019 for construction. Read on...
  5. City of Glenwood Springs Awards Discretionary and Tourism Grants

    Glenwood Springs City Council approved Grant recommendations from the Financial Advisory Board for Tourism and Economic Recovery. Read on...
  6. District Judge Grants City of Glenwood Springs Motion To Intervene In Quarry Lawsuit

    The City of Glenwood Springs motion to intervene in Rocky Mountain Industries’ (RMI), formerly Rocky Mountain Resources, lawsuit against Garfield County was granted Friday by District Judge Norrdin. Read on...
  7. Glenwood Springs Opens Public Tennis and Pickleball Courts, Skate and Whitewater Parks

    The Glenwood Springs public tennis and pickleball courts, skate park, and whitewater park have officially reopened under the Safer at Home Guidelines. Read on...
  8. Glenwood Springs Cancels 2020 Spring Clean Up, Offers Landfill Vouchers

    The City of Glenwood Springs has canceled Spring Clean Up for 2020. This is a proactive measure to limit employee-resident interactions to slow the potential spread, impacts, and damage of COVID-19. Read on...
  9. Glenwood Springs Extends Public Buildings Closure and Face Covering Requirement, Opens Other Service

    Glenwood Springs City Council Extended the Public Buildings Closure to May 27, and Face Covering Requirement to June 4, while re-instituting Ride Glenwood Springs, Airport Services, and Hotel Lodging. 4th of July Celebration cancelled. Read on...
  10. Glenwood Springs Extends Face Covering Health Order To May 1, 2020

    GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO – Glenwood Springs City Manager Debra Figueroa extended Public Health Order 2020-2, requiring all members of the public to wear face coverings for all essential activities outside their home until May 1, 2020. Read on...
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