Public Health Orders

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Public Health Orders by County

Adams CountyArapahoe County

Public Health Order Limiting Gatherings and Alcohol Sales in Adams County   

En español:  Decreto de Salud Pública Limitación de Reuniones Y Venta de Alcohol En El Condado de Adams

Public Health Order Limiting Gatherings and Alcohol Sales in Arapahoe County 

En español: Decreto de Salud Pública Limitación de Reuniones Y Venta de Alcohol En El Condado de Arapahoe


Face Covering/Mask Orders

Statewide mandatory mask orderTri-County Health Department Public Health Order Requiring Facial Coverings


State Public Health Orders and Governor Polis' Executive Orders

Review all public health and executive orders on the state's public health & executive orders page. Read the current Safer at Home Order and review Protect our Neighbors.

Tuesday, Oct. 27: State updates Safer at Home public health order provides greater flexibility for gyms

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) updated the Safer at Home public health order tonight. The order provides greater flexibility to gyms located in counties in Safer at Home level 3. Gyms will be allowed to operate with the following capacity limits per room indoors or per designated activity area outdoors: 

  • Safer at Home 1 →  25% capacity, 75 people, whichever is fewer.   
  • Safer at Home 2 →  25% capacity, 50 people, whichever is fewer. 
  • UPDATED: Safer at Home 3 →  25% capacity, 25 people, whichever is fewer.

The change comes after feedback from stakeholders and local public health agencies, as well as assessing case interview and outbreak data. 

Colorado’s dial framework standardizes different levels of “openness” at the county level. Coloradans can learn more about each county by visiting the dial dashboard. In addition to the counties listed in the earlier press release, Kit Carson will move to Safer t Home 2 tomorrow. Continue to stay up to date by visiting covid19.colorado.gov.