The City and County of Denver is currently at a Level Yellow on the State of Colorado's COVID-19 Dial which limits Film Productions and Photo Shoots to a total of 175 people when shooting outside and 50 when shooting inside. However the exact number must be determined by using the State’s social distancing space calculator.
Every person and/or organization holding a film permit from the City and County of Denver’s Office of Special Events (OSE) must comply with Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) Public Health Orders and Guidance and the applicable Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) Public Health Orders that are in effect at the time of the production. Compliance with Colorado PHOs and Guidelines are a condition of all CCD Film Permits.
State of Colorado and City and County of Denver Public Health Orders and related Executive Orders and Guidance on public gatherings and outdoor events may change at any time with no prior notice. Changes in any orders may result in additional requirements to permit holders and issued permits, and may result in event cancellation. The permitting agency will make reasonable efforts to provide notice to permit holders of changes in orders or requirements. These tips will help support adherence to the state’s orders and guidelines.
All members of the production, including cast, crew, and contractors are required to wash hands upon arrival on set, departure and frequently throughout the day.
Cast and crews are considered coworkers, which allows them to gather in groups larger than 10 and be within 6 feet of one another, but they MUST wear a face covering at ALL TIMES. Face coverings are required of crew members regardless of proximity to others.
Actors, models, and performers MUST wear face coverings unless they are part of the same household OR unless they are farther than 6 feet away from all other people involved in the shoot (including other actors) and 25 feet away from the general public. (From the order: Performers who maintain at least a 25-foot distance from attendees or patrons and at least a six-foot distance from each other and other employees at all times during their performance are exempt from mask requirement. Performers must wear a face covering at all other times when they are on the premises and not performing)