Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center
Please do not visit County buildings (which include County Motor Vehicle services) without reading the "Reopening Updates" Section below. Most in-person visits are by appointment only.
Arapahoe County under Safer-at-Home Order
Arapahoe County is following the state’s Safer-at-Home order at the direction of the Tri-County Health Department (TCHD). This means that Critical Businesses can remain open, and many non-Critical Businesses can open, with some restrictions.
- Safer at Home overview and guidelines
- Guidance and support for businesses
- Case data for Arapahoe County
- COVID-19 Dial: County status level of "openness"
- State mask mandate
Safer-at-Home Fast Facts
- Critical businesses are still open.
- Non-critical businesses are open with restrictions.
- Stay at home as much as possible.
- Practice good hygiene. Wash your hands frequently and don’t touch your face.
- Wear a face covering or mask when you leave your home.
- Connect with neighbors and loved ones virtually.
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.
Arapahoe County CARES Program
CARES Act money from the federal Coronavirus Relief Fund will help advance the Arapahoe County Response & Recovery Plan, which is designed to facilitate a full recovery of the County from COVID-19 by balancing health, safety and economic considerations. Learn more about the program at Arapahoegov.com/ArapahoeCARES.
County Building Reopening Updates
At this time, most services are only available by appointment except where designated below.
Please note, you will be asked to wear a cloth face covering or non-medical mask when visiting County facilities. You will also be asked to practice social distancing and keep at least 6-feet away from others. Markers on the floors and walls will help guide you.
Watch this short Reopening Facilities video on what to expect when visiting.
Details by Department and Service Follow:
Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Workforce Center
- A/D Works! call center at 303-636-1160 or website at www.adworks.org
- Effective Oct. 26, 2020: the Altura Career Center (Aurora) will be open for in-person (appt. only) services on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Effective Oct. 26, 2020: Lima Campus Career Center (Centennial) will be open for in-person (appt. only) services on Tuesdays and Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- The Workforce Center is taking calls at all locations. Staff continue to work virtually for individual services with job seekers and businesses, and are presenting online classes to assist in developing skills for job searching. Visit the A/D Works! website to access available services.
- Telephone hours of service: 303-795-4600; Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.
- In-person hours of service by appointment only, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
- A drop box has been installed outside the Administration Building for document submissions.
- A temporary drop box is available in the lobby of Altura Plaza, near the guard station.
- Appointment-only services for:
- Ownership changes
- Mobile home transfers
- Senior/veteran’s exemptions
- General Questions
- Valuation protests will be heard by phone appointment only
Civil Unions – see Clerk & Recorder’s Office
Clerk & Recorder’s Office
In-person hours of service are available by appointment only and can be made for all our branches (Littleton, Centennial, Aurora, and Byers).
Appointments are available Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. and can be made online for:
- Motor Vehicle registration, license plates and motor vehicle titles
- Recorder: legal documents, marriage licenses, civil unions
- If you need assistance with Marriage Licenses, please visit the Marriage License web page for special instructions.
- Elections: To check or update your voter registration information, visit: ArapahoeVotes.com/my-voter-info
Before making an appointment, please note:
- No driver’s license appointments at this time. Customers will need to visit a state office for this service.
- Customers will be limited to 2 transactions (2 vehicles) per appointment time slot.
- In-person visits are limited to two people maximum per appointment.
- Cloth face coverings or masks are required.
- The Byers branch does not have Dealer Appointments available. Dealers can make an appointment at another office to drop off, or mail their documents in to Littleton.
Colorado State University Extension
- CSU Extension is open by appointment only. Please call 303-730-1920 to schedule.
- Colorado Master Gardeners is available via phone at 303-730-1920 or email: email@example.com.
- More info at the Arapahoe County-CSU Extension website
Elections – see Clerk and Recorder’s Office
Fairgrounds and Park
The Arapahoe County Fairgrounds Event Center is currently open for business and operating within the public health orders and guidance from the Tri-County Health Department, Governor Jared Polis, and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Please call 303-795-4955 to schedule an event or make an appointment for a tour.
Most programs and services are being offered online or by appointment only.
Housing and Community Development Services
For Emergency Rent Assistance, call 303-738-7891 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to determine eligibility. For other low-income housing needs and information, call 303-738-8040.
In-person case supervision resumes by appointment only; no walk-in services until further notice. To schedule an appointment, call 720-874-3350 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grocery shopping and prescription pick-up assistance available for seniors 60+ and for those with disability. For eligibility, call 303-738-8080 and leave a message.
Call 303-738-8080 for connections to additional assistance/other services.
In-home services have resumed. Call 303-636-1982 for eligibility and information.
18th Judicial District
- Limited courtroom operations at Arapahoe Plaza and Arapahoe County Judicial Center. As much as possible, court proceedings will be conducted by video or phone.
- Please visit the 18th Judicial District website for details.
Human Services’ main office at CentrePoint Plaza (14980 E Alameda Dr, Aurora, CO 80012) and its satellite office at Arapahoe Plaza (1690 W Littleton Blvd, Littleton, CO 80120) have reopened to the public.
Hours of service: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., mostly by appointment. Walk-in services available with strict social distancing protocols. Masks are required.
Please call ahead before visiting: 303-636-1130, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
- Community Support Services: 303-636-1170
- Colorado PEAK: Apply online at www.Colorado.gov/PEAK
- Colorado Child Care Assistance Program, Financial Assistance, Food assistance, Heat and energy assistance, Medical assistance
- Colorado PEAK is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week, on your smartphone, tablet or computer. The state portal is safe and secure, which means your personal information is protected.
- PEAK Chatbot adds features to get you quick answers: Need help signing into PEAK, making a payment or more? No matter your schedule, PEAK Chatbot is ready 24/7 to get you answers, fast. Learn more.
- Colorado Works Emergency Disaster Program:
- Arapahoe County families in need of emergency assistance during COVID-19 may qualify for short-term, state-sponsored financial assistance. Apply through Colorado PEAK.
- Family’s annual gross income must be below $75,000 combined
- The household must contain at least one child age 18 or younger
- Family must present a significant need for services directly related to the COVID-19 emergency
- Family must be legally present in the U.S.
- Assistance may include, but is not limited to, the following types:
- Purchase or lease of shelter
- Transportation (including car repairs and purchase)
- Non-covered medical expenses
- Work-related supplies that were lost or damaged
- Counseling services
- Non-medical mental health services
- Colorado PEAK: Apply online at www.Colorado.gov/PEAK
- Child Support Services: call 303-752-8900 or email email@example.com
Establishing, enforcing or modifying Child Support Orders, accepting Child Support payments and other services.
- Child and Adult Protection Services: 303-636-1589
- Child and Adult abuse hotline: 303-636-1750
- Appointment-only for services including foster care, adoption and adolescent/youth in conflict services, community prevention and development programs, Listening to the Needs of Kids (LINKS) meetings and parenting time visitations.
- Clients will have access to paperwork pick-up or drop-off, phone to call center, copy machine available inside lobby.
- Payments of child support monthly orders, benefit repayment plans (Claims), etc., continue to be accepted at the TouchPay Kiosk located in the vestibule at CenterPoint and online at www.Touchpayonline.com
- Community resources near you: www.ArapaSOURCE.org
- Find services in and around Arapahoe County that support you and your family. Categories include: aging services, child care and parent resources, clothing, dental assistance, disability services, domestic violence, employment and job training, family services and support, food assistance, general and financial assistance, legal services, medical assistance, mental health services, shelters and housing assistance, substance abuse, transportation services, veterans services and vision assistance.
Human Resources is currently closed to the general public; however, staff are on hand to answer calls at 303-795-4482 and via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or view open positions within the County
Marriage Licenses – see Clerk and Recorder
Motor Vehicle – see Clerk and Recorder
In-person hours of services are by appointment only, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Appointments can be made by calling 720-874-6540. All Arapahoe County trails are open; however, visitors should abide by social distancing guidelines, wear a face cover or mask and follow proper hygiene before and after using public spaces.
The Arapahoe County Public Trustee office is open to the public by appointment only. If you need to deliver payments or documents, please contact the office to make arrangements.
Email: email@example.com Phone: 303-730-0071
Public Works & Development
- Building: Inspections (residential & commercial) have resumed and will be scheduled based on site-specific conditions. Info at www.arapahoegov.com/building, 720-874-6600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Planning: 720-874-6650 for planning services or use Citizen Access to check project status
- Zoning: 720-874-6711 or email email@example.com for zoning, subdivision and weed regulations and enforcement
- Engineering: 720-874-6500 for general inquiries or Citizen Access to check project status
- Animal control: 720-874-6750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for field response, complaints, reports or other questions
- Records requests: 720-874-6500 or email PWDRecords@ArapahoeGov.com for unincorporated parts of the County
- Mapping: 720-874-6686 for services
- Road & Bridge: 720-874-ROAD (7623) for questions about current projects and/or request for service
- Transportation/Traffic: call 720-874-6500 for questions about current projects or traffic service requests
- The Sheriff’s Office headquarters is open by appointment only.
- View the Sheriff’s Office Policies & Directives.
- Administration Building office open by appointment only.
- Telephone hours of service: 303-795-4550; Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
- Appointments can be made by phone at 303-795-4550 for select transactions that must be completed in person. No walk-ins.
- A drop box has been installed outside of the west side the Administration Building, for document and payment submissions.