Not all City buildings and amenities have fully reopened, though more openings are expected throughout June. Last week there were several reopening announcements, including the Butterfly House and gift shop at the Gardens on Spring Creek (visit fcgov.com/gardens/admissions
for more information). If you need
to find a department or program not listed here
, please visit fcgov.com/cityservices
, as well as department phone and email contacts.
Please remember face coverings are required in all buildings, and the public is expected to observe physical distancing as much as possible.Northside Aztlan Community Center
The City and community partners like Homeward Alliance, Homeward 2020, Catholic Charities, Fort Collins Rescue Mission, Health District of Northern Larimer County, and SummitStone Health have been helping to keep people experiencing homelessness safe in response to COVID-19. The City worked with its partners to swiftly establish an indoor centralized operation and shelter site on March 19 at Northside Aztlan Community Center (Northside) to help keep people safe and slow the spread of COVID-19.
On June 19, due to other community needs for the facility, the City will begin transitioning Northside back to a recreation facility to prepare for summer day camps that will begin in July. These day camps serve families with essential workers as well as low-income families experiencing homelessness. Families without homes can find ongoing shelter through Catholic Charities, Family Housing Network and One Village One Family. Providers are adapting day and night shelters, services and meals to serve as many people as possible.