Larimer County Stay-at-Home Order
Both the County and the State are currently under Stay-at-Home Orders. Community members should only leave their homes for food and to obtain or provide essential services. The list of essential services, businesses and infrastructure identified by Larimer County is available at larimer.org/health/stay-at-home-order.
If you must leave your home, and when using any shared or outdoor space, please be vigilant to maintain 6 feet of physical distance from others whenever possible.
City Services during Stay-At-Home
Government work and critical infrastructure is considered essential under both Orders. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Public works
- Internet/telecommunication support
Crews you may see in the field are performing approved services to ensure critical infrastructure is maintained (such as keeping lights on, maintaining water and sewer systems, ensuring internet access for remote working, making sure roads are safe for essential and emergency travel, etc.). In all cases, safety and distancing recommendations are being implemented to the fullest extent possible.
Fort Collins Police Enforcement of Stay-At-Home
Our ultimate goal is compliance with the order to keep everyone safe. At this point in time, Fort Collins Police Services (FCPS) is taking an educational approach to gain cooperation whenever possible. While enforcement is an option, education is often an effective solution. FCPS is committed to working with our community members to keep everyone safe and informed during this challenging time.
If you have questions or concerns about a possible violation of the Stay-at-Home Order, please call 970-498-5500, text 970-999-1770 or use this form. Do not call 911.
Larimer County Symptom Tracker
The Larimer County Department of Health & Environment has set up a dashboard where community members can self-report any COVID-19 symptoms they may be experiencing. This dashboard will help public health experts better understand the spread of disease in our area, particularly while many people who may be symptomatic but do not require direct medical care are not being tested. To learn more and submit your symptoms confidentially, visit the Larimer County Community COVID-19 Monitoring System.