The City of Northglenn Economic Development staff is available to discuss the concerns you may have about the impacts on your business as a result of COVID-19.
*This page will be updated as new information and resources become available.
Adams County - Updates
Feb. 1: At a Special Meeting on Jan. 31, the Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) Board of Health voted to direct Dr. John Douglas, Executive Director to let mask requirements expire in Adams and Arapahoe counties Feb. 5 in both schools and public indoor spaces. More information here.
Dec. 29: The Public Health Order requiring facial coverings in all individuals aged 2 years and older in schools and child care settings extended until Jan. 31, 2022.
Nov. 14: CDPHE issued an amended Public Health Order effective Nov. 19. The order applies to Denver, Arapahoe, Adams, Boulder, Broomfield, and Jefferson counties and requires that everyone be vaccinated at indoor, unseated events with more than 500 people.
Nov. 8: Due to the significant spread of COVID-19 across Colorado, CDPHE advises everyone 18 and older who received two Moderna or Pfizer vaccines at least six months ago, or one Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least two months ago, should get a booster vaccine.
Nov. 4: Visit www.tchd.org/COVIDvaccinesforkids to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine for kids, including where to find appointments and data.
Nov. 2: Pfizer's pediatric COVID-19 vaccine authorized by CDC for children 5-11 years old.
Oct. 21: CDC expands eligibility for COVID-19 booster doses. A Moderna booster has been approved for at-risk groups, and a Johnson & Johnson booster has been approved for people 18 and older. CDC’s recommendations now also allow for mixing and matching doses for booster shots.
Oct. 14: CDPHE reminds people to get vaccinated in time for holiday gatherings. Guidance for a safe and fun Halloween is available at www.tchd.org/COVIDprevention.
Sept. 29: More COVID-19 vaccines and testing sites open in the Tri-County area
Small Business Funding Programs
CLIMBER Loan Fund: Small businesses with 5-99 employees that were financially stable before the pandemic but now need help to survive may apply for working capital loans between $30,000 and $500,000. Below-market interest rates and a 1-year deferred payment option make the program a secure recovery option for small businesses.
Colorado Revolving Loan Fund: Provides loans that help small to medium-sized Colorado businesses negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. These loans range from $5,000 to $750,000. These loans are intended to provide startup and working capital that will help create and retain jobs across Colorado.
Small Businesses Support
Everyone 5 years and older is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. Only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for children 5-18. Find local COVID-19 vaccine providers at pharmacies, community sites, mobile sites, or by visiting Tri-County Health's vaccine webpage.
Find guidance about promoting vaccination in your workplace.
The state is now offering an on-site Workplace Vaccination Program for employers, unions, and trade associations of any size. There is no charge, and the state coordinates staffing, logistics, and vaccine supplies.
Tri-County Health Back to Business Webinars
Register for the next four bi-weekly sessions starting Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 3 p.m. via Zoom on Mitigating the Spread of COVID-19 in the Workplace: Vaccine Mandates, Masking, Quarantine, and more. Topics include the COVID-19 mitigation practices in the workplace, vaccine mandate updates, and responses to your questions.