New! Public Health order For Employees.
With the COVID-19 surging across much of the nation, Denver has issued a Public Health Order requiring all city employees, as well as private-sector workers in high-risk settings, to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Sept. 30.
Learn more about the public health order and frequently asked questions.
The City and County of Denver is adapting many services to ensure residents have access to the services they need during COVID-19 in a safe and effective way. Most city services can be conducted online or via phone. Scan the list of available online services for Denver or call 311.
The city is working in partnership with a number of nonprofit, philanthropic and private industry partners to ensure everyone is cared for during the epidemic, including high-risk populations, individuals and families adjusting to staying at home, and those in need of further support or specific assistance. Denver residents are welcome to make use of these available programs, protections and services.
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