Governor Jared Polis provided an update on the State’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic today. Gov. Polis was joined by state epidemiologist, Dr. Rachel Herlihy. As of today, nearly 1 in 100 Coloradans in Denver Read on...
Seven cases of COVID-19 were confirmed this week in Georgetown, with additional positive cases expected following the contact tracing process. In Clear Creek County, our total positive case count is now 71.
During the month since Labor Day weekend and the start of school, new COVID-19 cases around the state and country have significantly increased. In Clear Creek County, our cumulative case count is now 40, with three currently active cases. Read on...
After Easter, Memorial Day, the 4th of July, and every other major holiday since the pandemic began, cases of COVID-19 went up across the state and country. Read on...
In March of this year, a global pandemic was declared and in order to reduce disease transmission we were staying at home, except to conduct essential activities. Now, nearly six months later... Read on...
Local Face Mask Public Health Order: Resolution 20-0
Local Emergency Disaster Declaration:
Clear Creek County issued a Local Disaster Emergency Declaration (County Resolution 20-26, amended as Resolution 20-101 on 10/06/2020) for the COVID-19 pandemic. The Board of County Commissioners extended the local declaration through January 11, 2021. Declaring a Local Disaster Emergency activates response and recovery aspects of emergency and disaster plans, and qualifies the county for potential state and federal financial and other assistance.