COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources


Aurora remains under state's Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors guidelines

Colorado's dial framework standardizes different levels of "openness" at the county level. The state is providing this tool for counties to use to make live during the pandemic level more sustainable, allowing us to balance, to the greatest extent possible, controlling the virus with our social and economic needs.

Dial Framework Fact Sheet
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The dial framework has five levels to guide county response to COVID-19. Counties move back and forth between levels, depending on three metrics. As the dial moves left toward Protect Our Neighbors, more people can participate in various activities. The status of each county is re-evaluated every two weeks.

Adams County: Safer at Home Level 2: Concern level (with a variance for the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center) (will move to Safer at Home Level 3 at 5 p.m. Oct. 28)
View more information on the change in level for Adams County and what that means. 
Due to the change on level, Moorhead Recreation Center will close at 5 p.m. Oct. 28 until further notice. The Voting Service and Polling Center at Moorhead will remain open (see AdamsVotes.com/VSPC for details).


Arapahoe County: Safer at Home Level 1: Cautious level (Will move to Safer at Home Level 2 at 5 p.m. Oct. 28)
View more information on the change in level for Arapahoe County and what that means.


Douglas County: Safer at Home Level 1: Cautious level (
Douglas County submitted a mitigation plan to the state for review Oct. 23, which contains strategies to help maintain the county's Level 1 status.)
 
View your county's level. 
Additional details are available on Tri-County Health Department's website.

See the Governor's amended order from Oct. 23 for additional information on restrictions based on your county's level of Safer at Home.


Because COVID-19 remains in Colorado, residents are advised to stay home as much as possible, practice good hygiene by washing hands frequently and avoid touching your face, wear a face covering or mask when you leave home, and connect with neighbors and loved ones virtually.


Visit the What you need to know page to learn more about COVID-19 and things you can do to protect yourself and others.

Tri-County Health Department's Frequently Asked Questions document can provide some additional guidance on the Safer-at-Home order. To stay up to date on any additional orders or guidance at the local level, go to Tri-County Health Department's website

Thank you, Aurora, for doing your part, observing public health guidelines, reaching out to neighbors and friends, lifting up front-line health care workers and first responders, and supporting local businesses during this time.

New public health orders from Tri-County Health Department
Tri-County Health Department issued new public health orders for Arapahoe and Adams counties designed to slow the spread of COVID-19. The measures differ depending on the county, but include earlier restrictions on the sale of alcoholic beverages, limits on the size of personal gatherings and other measures.
More on the Arapahoe County public health order (En español)
More on the Adams County public health order (En español)

Face covering orders and guidance
Tri-County Health Department extended its public health order (en español) effective for the duration of the pandemic or until amended or rescinded requiring face coverings in indoor public spaces and outdoor public spaces whenever a six-foot distancing cannot be maintained. Visit Tri-County Health's website for more information.

Gov. Jared Polis extended and amended a state executive order mandating facial coverings Oct. 11, which remains in effect for at least another 30 days. The order requires people in Colorado who are age 11 years and older to wear a covering over their noses and mouths when entering or moving within any public indoor space or while using or waiting to use public or non-personal transportation services. People who do not have to wear a mask include those who are 10 years old and younger and those who cannot medically tolerate a face covering. Children ages 2 and under should not wear masks or cloth face coverings.

The Aurora City Council renewed the city manager’s disaster declaration (effective July 20) to allow the city to delegate enforcement authority of public health and executive orders related to facial coverings to other city departments aside from the Aurora Police Department. The disaster declaration also allows the city to quickly implement necessary policies to address regulatory changes, directives or licensing restrictions contained in the executive orders or public health orders.

Research shows that people who have no symptoms can spread COVID-19. Wearing a non-medical face mask helps minimize the spread of the virus. Face coverings are a safe, inexpensive, effective and easy way to slow the spread of COVID-19, used in conjunction with other best practices such as social distancing, handwashing and staying at home while experiencing symptoms.

Businesses are required to post a notice about the executive and public health orders. Posters are available online to download at AuroraGov.org/COVIDPoster or at COVID19.Colorado.gov.

Residents who have concerns about the mandate not being followed may reach out to Tri-County Health Department’s call center at 303.220.9200. Concerns about business non-compliance may be sent to businesslic@auroragov.org or 303.739.7057. The city’s Tax and Licensing Division, Code Enforcement and Open Space and Natural Resources Division will educate residents and the public about these orders and will enforce the rules upon repeated violations.



State of Colorado Executive Orders

Visit this link for a list of state of Colorado executive orders and public health orders with details about what the orders mean and who they affect.

Amending and Extending Executive Orders to Limit Certain Evictions to Provide Relief to Coloradans Affected by COVID-19

For questions, please contact the county in which you live.


Status of City Facilities and Services

As plans for reopening some city facilities move along, we update the status of city facilities and services. Please check often.

The city continues to work closely with federal, state and local public health agencies to closely monitor the situation with COVID-19 (coronavirus). We are taking action to keep our community and staff safe.

A cross-departmental team is meeting regularly to evaluate city operations. Check back to this website often for updates.

Aurora City Council Actions

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