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The City and County of Denver has created a new grant opportunity to support nonprofits in Denver to continue critical programs and services for residents across a spectrum of needs. It is one of Denver’s economic initiatives to support the nonprofit community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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State Moves Denver Back to Safer at Home Level 3

As of October 27, 2020, the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) has moved the City and County of Denver, among other counties, to the more restrictive Safer at Home Dial Level 3.  This move is in response to rapidly increasing case incidents, positivity rates, and hospitalizations.

Denver’s tougher face-covering mandate, issued on October 16, 2020, is also still in effect until further notice.

Read the press release, the letter from the state (PDF), the updated Face Covering Order (PDF), and our Safer at home - Level 3 FAQs (PDF).

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As of October 27, 2020 the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) has moved the City and County of Denver to the more restrictive Safer at Home Dial Level 3.

With the move to Safer at Home Level 3, Denver is now under more strict, state mandated, restrictions. Face coverings are still mandatory while inside any public space, including businesses and government buildings and while waiting for or riding on public transportation. Face coverings are now also required in outdoor settings, when an individual is with others outside of their household and when proper social distancing cannot be maintained.

Businesses must reduce their operating capacity to 25 percent. They must ensure they are able to maintain six-foot physical distancing, as well as abide by the face-covering order and other guidelines.

While we are all still safer at home, we are on a path that will move us into the Stay at Home phase again. We MUST adhere to restrictions in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect those at highest risk for severe illness.

Have Questions or Looking For More Information?

To report an issue or for additional questions and assistance, please contact us at:

Within Denver, dial 3-1-1

Outside of Denver, dial 720-913-1311


Colorado’s call line for general questions about COVID-19 provides answers in many languages including English, Spanish (Español), Mandarin (普通话), and more.

303-389-1687 or
1-877-462-2911 (answers in English only)

 If you need medical attention, contact a health care provider.


Need to report a COVID-19 outbreak?

The Denver Department of Public Health & Environment and Denver Public Health are committed to collaborating with local businesses and organizations to investigate and control COVID-19 outbreaks.

To report an outbreak of COVID-19 in a Denver workplace or organization, please complete our online form. We will review the information submitted, and you or the workplace will be contacted by a representative within 24 hours to discuss the next steps.

If you have urgent questions or need immediate assistance before we follow-up, please email or, or call 3-1-1 (720-913-1311).

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