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City of Northglenn Coronavirus Operations

Face masks are not required inside City of Northglenn facilities. However, visitors are highly encouraged to wear them.

Most services are now operating as normal.

For additional information about Coronavirus, see our Northglenn is Prepared page.

Need COVID-19 Assistance?
If you need assistance with anything COVID-19 related, including difficulty with paying utility bills, please contact Jessica Hulse, at or 720.822.0558 or Rupa Venkatesh at rvenkatesh@northglenn.orgor 720.376.8069


What resources are available to help with utilities?
Utility assistance can be found through the City of Northglenn and through Adams County. Applications can be found in the following links:

Northglenn Community Foundation 

Adams County Maiker Housing Partners 
Where can I get tested for COVID-19?

Go to, which will take you to the Tri-County Health Department's website and a list of testing locations. Please check the website for details before going to the individual testing sites. Times and days vary, and some locations require pre-registration.

Some locations in the area include:

  • In Northglenn, 9Health Fair is offering free tests. At least through the end of December, go to Crossroads Church, 10451 Huron St., on Wednesdays from 7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Results are available in 48 or 72 business hours, depending on the test. NOTE – You must pre-register by calling 720.419.1087 or going to

  • Free testing is also at Front Range Community College, West 112th Avenue and Stuart Street in Westminster. They are open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Pre-registration is at It's not needed, but may speed up the process. Results are available within approximately three business days at For more information, call 719.416.5857 or go to
What resources are available to help with my small business?
Click on the links for the following government entities for resources and assistance for your small business:
What is the current status of COVID-19 around the state?
Check out state statistics on COVID-19.

Tri-County Health Department has detailed statistics about COVID-19 cases in Adams County, including Northglenn.

Northglenn wastewater is being tested for COVID-19. See the results on the state dashboard.

You may also download Adams County's COVID-19 app.
Where can I get updates on vaccines?
Go the Tri-County Health Department website at for more updates.
How do I know if I'm eligible for a vaccine?

All adults are eligible for the vaccine.

Youth ages 12 to 17 may receive the vaccine with parent permission.

For a complete eligibility list or for updates, go to

Where do I get a vaccine?

Here are a number of avenues to find a vaccine provider or receive a vaccine. Please note that many locations require an appointment to get the vaccine; no walk-ins accepted:

  • Contact your health care provider.
  • Northglenn residents 12 years and older can call the Northglenn Senior Center at 303.450.8801 to find a vaccine.
  • Go to for details on providers and locations.
  • The TCHD office, 1401 W. 122nd Ave. #200 in Westminster, offers vaccines for walk-ins or by appointment. Check schedule below. Call 303.451.0123 for assistance.
    • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:30-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m.
    • Fridays, 8:30-11:30 a.m.
What COVID-19 housing assistance is available?
Adams County has a list of programs and resources available for housing assistance.
Who should get a booster dose? 

You should get a booster dose if you:

  • Are 65 years old or older
  • Live in a long-term care facility
  • Are 18 to 64 years old and at high risk of severe COVID-19
  • Are 18 to 64 years old and at high risk because of where you live or work. For example, if you live in a college dorm with lots of other students or you work at a grocery store where you are in contact with many people every day, you may be considered high risk
  • You received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for your initial dose
Go to for more about booster shots.

City Services and Facilities

Arts & Culture
Building Division
City Clerk
City Council
  • City Council has resumed in-person meetings.
  • Phone access to the meetings will continue, to allow for public comment without requiring physical presence at the meeting. For the phone option, see the top of the agenda posted at
  • Public comment at regular council meetings may be sent ahead of time at through voicemail at 303.450.8757, presented in person at the meeting, or presented via phone during the meeting. 
Code Enforcement (Neighborhood Services)
Neighborhood Services are back to normal.

Community Outreach
  • Volunteer opportunities are still available. Call 303.450.8904 or email for more information.

  • Through the rest of the year, traffic and code/zoning cases will be held virtually, while juvenile cases, criminal cases and trials will be in person.
  • Go to for more information.
Economic Development

Check out the latest events and activities the city has going on. 

Many events have been cancelled or significantly altered due to COVID-19 limitations.

Face masks are NOT required for outdoor activities or events. They are requested for indoors if you have not received your COVID-19 vaccination, but they are not required.

Human Resources
Human Resources is operating as normal.

Call 303.450.8761 for more information.

Click here for more information about job opportunities with the city.
  • Parks and trails are open.
  • Report a concern about a park or trail through Access Northglenn.
  • Staff and children will wear masks at all time, in line with Tri-County Health Department COVID-19 recommendations.

Face masks are NOT required, but visitors are highly encouraged to wear facemasks inside city facilities.

Senior Center

  • Services:
Utility Billing
If you  are having difficulty paying your utility bill due to COVID-19, please call 303.450.8770