Community COVID Resources
Castle Pines CARES General Assistance Fund
Are you having trouble paying for housing, transportation, utilities, food or medications due to COVID-19?
There may be assistance available to help if you or someone in your home has lost their job or been financially impacted due to the pandemic. Through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the City of Castle Pines has temporary funding to provide emergency/general assistance relief for COVID related issues.
Douglas County Moves to Safer at Home Level Red:
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.
Highlights of Changes
This change in Level will impact how we interact with our community:
Restaurants: Closed for indoor dining but may offer curbside, takeout and delivery. Outdoor dining allowed only for members of the same household at a table.
Alcohol sales for on-premises consumption and take-out must cease by 8 p.m.
Social Gatherings: Prohibited unless specifically allowed in a separate category.
Indoor Events: Prohibited.
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Keep It Up to Keep COVID Down!
We understand you are experiencing pandemic fatigue. You are tired of wearing masks, your hands are raw from washing them, and you miss being with your family and friends.
We know it’s hard, but let’s keep each other lifted up, so we can keep our COVID-19 cases down.
How? When someone is feeling burnt or down, what does a coach or teacher use? Encouragement!
Let’s all do the same by reminding our family, friends, and neighbors that because the pandemic is still with us, we’re counting on everyone to help us keep our numbers down. SO – Keep it up, Castle Pines!
Personal responsibility is important. Keep your mask up, and keep up the good things we are doing to beat COVID-19. By using positive reinforcement, we can empower one another to wear a mask, wash our hands, follow social distancing, get a flu shot, and limit private gatherings – large and small.
Visit the Douglas County COVID webpage for the latest local updates.
Add Your Phone to Fight COVID
One of the key tools to fight COVID-19 and slow its spread is right in your pocket. CO Exposure Notifications can quickly notify you if you’ve likely been exposed, allowing you to reduce risk for your loved ones, seek timely medical attention, and stay home.
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