Stay At Home Public Health Order
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis announced the stay-at-home order is set to expire on April 26 and transition the state into a new phase of social distancing April 27, referred to by the governor as the safer-at-home phase.
WHERE TO GET TESTED FOR COVID-19
Visit douglas.co.us/covid19-testing for location and contact information as well as information on what to do before you visit. Provider details such as operating times, dates, and adequate testing supplies are subject to change. Each provider has different protocols and procedures for testing.
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE & EMERGENCY PAID LEAVE:
- Unemployment Benefits For Self-Employed, More Access To Claimant Support
- Unemployment Insurance - During layoffs, all employees are encouraged to apply for unemployment insurance. Those who are job-attached (meaning workers will be expected to return after a separation of up to 16 weeks) should file as "job-attached."
- Colorado Guide to Unemployment Benefits
- Emergency Paid Leave Rule - This rule is meant to limit the spread of highly contagious disease and enables workers in at-risk occupations to access testing
- Learn how to file an unemployment claim
- If you were recently laid-off and have lost previous employer-provided healthcare, you are eligible for a special enrollment period. Learn more at Connect for Health Colorado.
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS:
ONLINE DELIVERY RESOURCES:
Citizen Resource Needs:
- What does reentry look like? Here are the guidelines from the White House
- Douglas County Community Response COVID-19
While the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment issued a public health order to close public access to all bars, restaurants, gyms, theaters, and casinos to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, effective March 17, for the duration of 30 days, establishments are allowed to offer food and beverage using delivery service, window service, walk-up service, drive-through service, or drive-up service, and must use precautions to mitigate the potential transmission of COVID-19, including social distancing.
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Support your local restaurant- order to-go. Below is a list of Castle Pines participating restaurants:
- The Donut House: 720-733-1080
- Domino's Pizza: 720-738-3030
- Subway: 720-733-8729;
- Bundt Shoppe: 303-422-8638
- Duke's Steakhouse: 303-814-2487
- Pho5 Vietnamese Noodles and Grill: 720-535-7866
- Golden Flame Hot Wings: 303-663-3716
- Las Fajitas Mexican Restaurant: 303-660-1662
- Tandoori Flames: 303-663-2111
- Pino's Italian Kitchen & Bar: 303-663-3421
- Wendy's: 303-814-8280
If your business is participating in curbside pick-up, online orders, or delivery and you would like to be added to this list, email email@example.com.
Assistance with limited physical contact:
- Need Help: COVID-19 Community Response resource
- A Little Help
- Grocery runs
- Ride To A Hospital
- Volunteer Connect Douglas County
- Castle Pines Business Directory
- Douglas County Government Resources
- Human Services
- Mental Health
TO STAY UP-TO-DATE WITH THE LATEST ON COVID-19, VISIT:
- Map with the latest numbers, cases
CDC'S LATEST GUIDANCE:
We continue to be here to support our great community and encourage you to take appropriate steps to be safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.
This list will be updated as more resources become available. Be sure to check back regularly.