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The Arapahoe County Board of Commissioners is pleased to begin reopening its facilities to the public on Monday, May 18. All County facilities have been closed since late-March due to the coronavirus health crisis, but conditions have improved enough that we will resume providing some in-person services around the County, with significant health and safety restrictions.
Virtually all services will be provided by appointment only; residents should check arapahoegov.com/covid19 to schedule appointments, or to see if the desired service is available online. The facilities that will reopen on May 18 are listed below. Other County facilities will reopen on a tiered schedule in the coming weeks.
The reopened buildings will operate under numerous health and safety restrictions that are designed to protect the public and County employees by slowing the spread of COVID-19. These measures – which require customers to wear masks or face coverings and practice social distancing – will remain in place indefinitely, and the County will continually reevaluate its practices as new public health information, data and guidelines become available.
Most County services are available online, and residents should continue to follow safer at home guidelines and limit travel to help slow the spread of the virus. This includes any visits to County facilities, and residents should schedule appointments whenever possible rather than simply coming to a facility.
The following County facilities will open May 18:
All residents should check ArapahoeGov.com/COVID19 for specific hours and appointment scheduling before they visit any County facility. If officials at a facility or office determine that a space’s capacity is getting too constrained to practice safe social distancing, they have the authority to limit further visits or move people to waiting areas until the number of patrons drops to an acceptable level.
Visitors will be required to wear masks while inside these facilities, which will have no more than 50 percent of staff on site at any given time. Employees will be required to wear masks at work, and some public-facing employees will also wear gloves when appropriate.
Each facility will have measures and protocols to ensure that employees and visitors are helping reduce the chances of exposing others to the coronavirus. These include social distance markings, posted reminders about safe health and hygiene practices, queue lines, security personnel and staff monitors. Facility cleaning protocols also have been increased throughout the workday, and employees will wipe down individual areas between each public transaction.
For more information about Arapahoe County’s reopening protocols and health and safety guidelines, visit ArapahoeGov.com/COVID19.