Business COVID Resources

Douglas County Moves to Safer at Home Level Red: Severe Risk

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The state of Colorado will move Douglas County to Level Red on the state’s Safer at Home Dial effective Friday, Nov. 20, based primarily on COVID-19 case numbers, positivity, and incidence rate.  Visit the CDPHE Safer at Home website for details and resources or click here for a brief summary of regulations.

Download a Summary of Level Orange vs Red

Castle Pines Cares Small Business Grant

Mayor Radloff and the Castle Pines City Council are excited to announce a new program to support local businesses during this difficult time. The new Castle Pines CARES Small Business Grant will reimburse small businesses within the City limits for the cost of employment or business interruption caused by required ordered closures due to COVID-19.
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Mask Mandate and Signage

On November 9, 2020, Gov. Jared Polis extended the statewide mask mandate for yet another 30 days to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

The executive order requires everyone over the age of 10 to wear a face mask inside public spaces and while attending or visiting outdoor spaces when six-foot distancing is not possible.

Douglas County Resources for Castle Pines Businesses

Douglas County provides local businesses with a wide variety of assistance to aid in economic recovery.

Visit the Douglas County COVID Business Resources website.

Visit the Douglas County Business Resources page.

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State Guidelines for Businesses

Colorado’s COVID-19 dial framework aims to protect all businesses, essential and non-essential, from outbreaks and potential shutdowns. These guidelines and tools are meant to ensure that businesses can stay open to the greatest extent possible according to their county’s dial level while also protecting customers and employees from COVID-19.

 

View the full Safer at Home guidance