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April 2021

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  1. April 12

    VALE Board Virtual Meeting at 7:30 AM Please open calendar event for meeting instructions.
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  2. April 13

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  1. April 13

    Liquor and Marijuana Hearing at 2:00 PM Please open calendar event for meeting instructions.
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  2. April 14

    Housing Commission Virtual Meeting at 4:00 PM Please open calendar event for meeting instructions.
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  1. Glenwood Springs ofrece vales de vertedero para 2021 Spring Clean up

    La ciudad de Glenwood Springs está ofreciendo vales de vertedero para el Spring Clean up 2021. Read on...
  2. La ciudad de Glenwood Springs revisa el aumento de las tasas de uso de agua

    Frente a las necesidades críticas de infraestructura por un total de aproximadamente $ 36 millones, la Ciudad está revisando los aumentos recomendados en las tarifas de agua y aguas residuales durante los próximos 10 años. Read on...
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  1. City of Glenwood Springs April 6, 2021 Unofficial Regular Municipal Election Results

  2. CONE ZONE: Anticipated Traffic Impacts for April 5-11 / Impactos anticipados del tráfico

  3. Glenwood Springs Offers Landfill Vouchers for 2021 Spring Cleanup

    The City of Glenwood Springs is offering landfill vouchers for the 2021 Spring Cleanup. This is a proactive measure to limit employee-resident interactions to slow the potential spread, impacts, and damage of COVID-19. Read on...
  4. City of Glenwood Springs Reviews Increasing Water Usage Rates Related to Infrastructure Needs

    Facing critical infrastructure needs and capital costs over the next 10 years, City Council is reviewing and will decide on water and wastewater rate increases over the next 10 years. City Council anticipates making a decision in the Spring of 2021. Read on...
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​Garfield County COVID-19 Updates

Level Yellow Capacity Limits 2.5

Please check the State's Public Health website on Colorado’s dial framework.

Consulte el sitio web de Salud Pública del Estado para obtener información sobre el sistema de marcado de Colorado.

COVID Dial Guidance Guidance

As Colorado continues to normalize operations, the State has set up a COVID-19 Dial Guidance to provide ongoing guidance related to the new phase. While the State provides overarching Safer at Home protocols, these are subject to county guidelines and enforcement.

In Colorado, local governments can choose to have different rules from the state. To get the most up-to-date information on local orders and variances, please review Garfield County Executive Orders.

Help Stop the Spread

  • 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.

Additional Resources

Workers’ Rights and Resources Webpage

COVID-19 Business Resources

Colorado COVID-19 Dial 3.0

COVID-19 Dial 3.0