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Northglenn Under COVID-19 Red Level

Update 1/4/20: Northglenn, along with the rest of the state, are now level orange on the state dial. Restrictions have eased some, but remember to continue to wash your hands, wear a mask, social distance, and limit close contact with those outside your household.

New Public Health Order from CDPHE.  Effective Monday, Dec. 7, Northglenn and all of Adams County are level red (severe risk) on the state dial in response to rapid and widespread COVID-19 transmission through at least Jan. 7, 2021.

Key changes include:

  • Restaurants - No indoor dining. Only open-air/outdoor dining with groups from their own household, and Last call for alcohol is 8 PM (instead of 10 PM).
  • Office - 10% capacity instead of 25%
  • Indoor Events & Entertainment - Closed
  • Gyms/Fitness - 10% capacity instead of 25%
  • Group Indoor Sports - Closed
The TCHD public health order also includes a curfew;  all public places other than critical businesses are to be closed 10 p.m. - 5 a.m. and persons should not be in public places during those hours.

We know it's difficult, but we need to keep wearing our masks,  social distancing, washing our hands frequently, and avoiding close in-person interactions with those outside our household.

As of Oct. 28 at 5 p.m. Adams County is classified as Safer at Home Level 3: High Risk on the COVID-19 dial. Restrictions include: restaurants, offices, personal services and retail decrease from 50% capacity to 25% capacity; gyms & bars closed; indoor activities are capped at 25; outdoor events capped at 75 and more. See for details.

Private gatherings have caused cases to spread in our community. When you are with your friends/extended family keep some distance, resist the hugging, and most importantly: STAY HOME IF YOU FEEL SICK, HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO COVID-19, OR TESTED POSITIVE.

We need everyone in Adams County to #PledgeToProtect our health, economy, and each other

 #PracticeSafeSix – even at gatherings with family and friends
1. Stay 6 feet apart from others 
2. Wear a mask 
3. Wash/sanitize hand often
4. Be extra safe if you are high risk
5. Stay home if you do not feel well
6. Get tested

Let’s Mask Up and Move Forward…not back!