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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
The City of Fort Collins is working closely with federal, state, and local public health officials to closely monitor an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus (named COVID-19).
If you have questions about the Safer at Home Phase outlined below, please do not call the Sheriff's Office, police stations, or 911. Contact Larimer County by phone at 970-498-5500, text at 970-999-1770, or through their online system.
The City has reopened some facilities to the public and is following a phased approach based on the latest available guidance and regulations from health officials and the State of Colorado. Not all buildings and amenities have reopened. Click here for updates.
If you need to conduct business with the City, please visit fcgov.com/cityservices to find specific department web pages and contact information.
If you cannot find the contact information you need, please call 970-221-6500 and someone will direct your call. Please Note: This number should be used for City business. Any questions about COVID-19 should be directed to the Larimer County call center at 970-498-5500.
Larimer County to Move to Safer at Home Level Red
Larimer County will move from Safer at Home Level 2 (Yellow) to Level 4 (Red) on Colorado’s Dial on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at 5 p.m. Although some restrictions may vary depending upon the industry or location, almost every type of business will be impacted by this change.
For more information visit larimer.org/health.
Current Level: Safer at Home Level 2 (Yellow)
Effective November 6, 2020 at 5 p.m. Larimer County moved from Safer at Home Level 1 (Blue) to Level 2 (Yellow). This is a result of rising COVID-19 case counts and positivity rates within the county over the past several weeks.
Differences between Level 1 and Level 2:
- Maximum attendees at indoor worship services are reduced from 175 to 50 people
- Maximum attendees at gyms are reduced from 75 to 50 people
- Maximum attendees at restaurants decrease from 175 to 50 (or up to 100 if the space has adequate social distancing)
- Maximum participants for group sports are reduced from 50 to 25 per activity
- Maximum attendees for indoor events are reduced from 175 to 100, and stays at 175 for outdoor events
- Last call will remain at 11:00 pm.
Additional Measures put in place by the November 13 Larimer County Emergency Public Health Order:
- Indoor dining is limited to a maximum of 8 people per table
- No food or beverage service at bars. Customers may not stand or sit at bar.
- Once capacity for restaurants and bars is met, reservations are required. No indoor waiting areas for bars and restaurants.
- Restaurants and bars are now required to collect contact information for customers and provide LCDHE with that information weekly at larimer.org/health.
Sports and gyms:
- Organized recreational and league sports are limited to 2 spectators per player with no more than 50% of capacity, up to 50 spectators in indoor facilities and 175 in outdoor facilities.
- Gyms are required to provide attendance for classes that take place in their facility. This includes any class operated with 5 or more people. These attendance lists must be submitted at larimer.org/health and need to be completed weekly.
General Guidelines for Safer at Home:
- Everyone is should stay home as much as possible, except for necessary activities, jobs, and government functions
- Face coverings must be worn by employees and customers in a place of business
- Face coverings should be worn in any public setting and when outdoor areas are busy
- 6 feet of social distance should be maintained
- No get-togethers over 10 people from no more than 2 separate households
- Sick people may not go to work and should self isolate for 7 days since symptoms started and at least 72 hours after their fever goes away without fever-reducing medication
- Avoid travel into or out of the community except for essential activities
Safer at Home
To successfully prevent another spike in COVID-19 cases, we must use a combination of strategies, including physical distancing, cloth face coverings, and a slow and thoughtful reopening of our community.
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 City has reopened some facilities to the public and is following a phased approach based on the latest available guidance and regulations from health officials and the State of Colorado.
United Way's 211 Call Center connects community members to COVID-19 resources for food, medical, mental health, unemployment and utilities/rent assistance needs along with support for:
- Small businesses
Dial 211 or 970-407-7066 or 1-866-485-0211 now to connect with resources.
We have collected some frequently-asked-questions below. If you don't see the answer to your question on our website, please call 970-221-6500 and someone will direct your call. Please note: This number should be used for City business. Any questions about COVID-19 should be directed to the Larimer County call center at 970-498-5500.
La Ciudad de Fort Collins trabaja en estrecha colaboración con funcionarios de salud pública locales, estatales y federales para monitorear de cerca un brote de la enfermedad respiratoria provocada por un nuevo coronavirus (llamado COVID-19).