Larimer County Public Health Order Requiring Masks in Public Indoor Spaces
Effective Wednesday, October 20, 2021, masks or face coverings are required to be worn in public indoor spaces in Larimer County.
Larimer County Public Health officials have issued this order to help slow the transmission of the virus. Those who are not yet vaccinated are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated without delay.
Vaccinations & Booster Doses
COVID-19 vaccination is now approved for everyone age 5 years and older in the United States for the prevention of COVID-19.
Booster doses are now recommended for all fully vaccinated adults age 18 and older in Colorado. People who received the Johnson and Johnson vaccine should receive a booster at least 2 months after they received their first dose and people who received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines should receive a booster at least 6 months after their 2nd dose.
Make an appointment today, and continue to take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including wearing a face covering, maintaining 6ft distancing and washing your hands.
Larimer County COVID-19 Data Dashboard
Updated daily, Larimer County's COVID-19 Data Dashboard summarizes our community's case numbers, case rate, hospitalizations, risk score and more.
The majority of City buildings are open for regular hours of operation.
Face coverings or masks are required, regardless of vaccination status in all indoor City facilities and while on public transit.
If you need to conduct business with the City, please visit fcgov.com/cityservices to find specific department web pages and contact information.
Business & Nonprofit Resources
The Economic Health Office is managing resources and support for local businesses, nonprofits and employees including:
- Loans and grants
- Financial, insurance and legal considerations
- Utilities updates
The pandemic has brought serious challenges to our community, impacting virtually every aspect of our lives. Fort Collins continues to face these and emerging challenges with the rise of the Delta variant. Although the community is still in the midst of pandemic response, the City of Fort Collins has begun to plan the road to recovery.
To guide long-term efforts, the City is developing a Recovery Plan. As we develop the Plan, we want to hear your ideas about what our community needs most to build back better.
CARES CVRF Funding Impact
In 2020, the City of Fort Collins received $9 million in funding from the Coronavirus Relief Fund established by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. These funds supported pandemic response and recovery, with more than two thirds of the funding going to small businesses, nonprofits and local community programs. Visit the CARES ACT Dashboard to view a snapshot of the city’s use of funds.