The City of Sheridan/Arapahoe County Moves to Level Blue: Caution
After meeting the required public health metrics over the past seven days, Arapahoe County will be moving to Level Blue, effective at 6 a.m. Sunday, March 14. This means that all County businesses can operate at higher capacities, and/or with fewer restrictions. This decision will further reopen the County’s economy by allowing many area businesses to expand their capacities. Read the full press release.
Vaccination distribution and prioritization plans are made at the state level and passed through the local health authorities to carry out. For Arapahoe County, that health authority is the Tri-County Health Department. To get the latest vaccination updates, please visit www.tchd.org/COVIDvaccine.
Testing Locations, Resources and Assistance
Visit our Resources and Assistance page for a list of verified resources (including food and financial assistance, community testing locations, business and employment resources, etc.) to help residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Small Business Relief Fund
Arapahoe County is administering a Small Business Relief Fund to support the most vulnerable small businesses throughout our communities. Since a state statute added $2.9 million to the County’s funding pool, a new application window runs from 8 a.m. on Wednesday, March 10 through Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 5 p.m. Learn more and apply
Five-Star Recovery Partner Program
The Arapahoe County Five-Star Recovery Partner Program allows participating businesses to operate with capacity limits that are less restrictive than the County’s position in the statewide COVID dial dashboard. Learn more about the program.