Larimer County Moves from State Dial to Local Larimer Dial

The State Dial 3.0 evolved to local control starting Friday, April 16, 2021. 

Two important statewide measures will remain in place: 

  • A statewide mask mandate 
  • Capacity limits for indoor gatherings 

Please watch for updates on the CDPH webpage

What the Local Larimer County Dial means for Business, Gatherings, Events, and Activities 

April 16, 2021 - The Larimer County Department of Health & Environment (LCDHE) issued a new local public health order to help guide the county through the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic and toward a full reopening. For the most part, the order aligns local restrictions with what was Level Blue of Colorado’s Dial 3.0. This means that most Larimer County businesses will now have fewer restrictions and increased capacity limits to operate under.  

Find guidance here

What are your plans for the future? Please take a moment to complete the COVID-19 Business Survey

Now that the vaccine is available to the general population and recovery is underway, we'd like to understand your plans for the future. Your input is important for local and regional decision making around policies, activities and investments that are needed for the region’s economic recovery.  Please take 10 minutes to tell us about the near-term expectations for your business and what assistance may be needed for your business and the Northern Colorado economy to fully recover. 

All survey responses are confidential. Aggregate responses from previous surveys are available online. 

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