Public Health Orders

Park County Board of Health Order 21-01

  • Update: On January 7, 2021 the Board of County Commissioners adopted the following Public Health Order 21-01. This order is in effect until February 1, 2021. 
  • On December 3, 2020 the Board of County Commissioners adopted issued the following Public Health Order 20-09

Colorado COVID-19 Dial, Public Health Order 20-36

  • Update: On January 4, 2021 Public Health Order 20-36was amended for the fourth time and includes the following changes:
    • Section II: Authorized gyms/recreation in each level to operate at the same capacity as restaurants.
    • Section II.F.2.k: Allows professional performing arts groups in Level Red to apply to CDPHE for permission to conduct performances or rehearsals without an audience.
    • Appendix M: Added the 5 Star State Certification Program to the County Site Specific Variances Appendix.
  • On December 5, 2020 Public Health Order 20-36 was amended. 
  • Public Health Order 20-36 was amended for a second time on November 20. It clarified in all levels of the Dial that Critical Retail must follow the 50% occupancy restriction and clarified that license exempt child care programs follow the childcare guidance, unless the program is a single skill building team or group sport camp (and then follows the sports camp sector requirements). 
  • On November 17, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released an updated Public Health Order 20-36  that provides several important updates to the COVID-19 dial framework. The order updates Level Red to indicate counties where there is severe risk of COVID-19 spreading rapidly, while allowing some businesses to remain open at very limited capacity. A sixth level, Level Purple: Extreme Risk, has been added to the dial, representing when hospital capacity risks being breached and most businesses and indoor services must be closed. The updated dial levels is in effect on Friday, Nov. 20 at 5 PM. Read a summary of changes

State-wide Mandatory Mask Order

Safer At Home And In The Vast, Great Outdoors

  • On November 10, Governor Polis issued the fourth amendment to Public Health Order 20-20 related to Skilled Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Residences and other Group Homes for COVID19 Prevention and Response.
  • On November 2, the COVID-19 Dial Public Health Order 20-36 was issued. This Order supersedes and replaces Public Health Orders 20-32 and 20-35, as amended.
  • October 27, Governor Polis amended the Safer at Home Public Health Order 20-35 for a fourth time, authorizing the operation of gyms in Safer Level 3 at 25% capacity and capped at 25 people. 
  • On October 23, Governor Polis amended the Safer at Home Public Health Order 20-35, to limit personal gatherings in all counties at all Safer at Home levels. The revised order reduces the size of personal gatherings to no more than 10 people from no more than two separate households. 
    • Why was this action taken? In response to an alarming increase in hospitalizations due to COVID-19, and recent case investigation data show that since July attending social gatherings and community exposures have become more common among new cases.  This suggests people have relaxed their precautions and are interacting more closely with a greater number of households.
    • For more information please continue to visit: https://covid19.colorado.gov/.
  • The Safer at Home 2nd Amended Public Health Order 20-35 was adopted on October 8, 2020.