Park County's COVID-19 Response
Park County is currently vaccinating eligible people in Phase 1 only and will move into subsequent phases as supply becomes available. Phase 1 focuses on healthcare workers, first responders, other frontline workers (educators, grocery and postal service personnel), and those aged 70 years or older. Eligible Phase 1 residents may complete the Phase 1 Vaccine Interest Form.
There is no sign-up for Phases 2 and 3 at this time. When the vaccine becomes available, we will notify the public on social media and via the local news. Eventually, most residents will be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from their healthcare provider or a local pharmacy.
COVID-related Scam Alert: There is no cost for the COVID vaccine for anyone and you will not be asked for money to enhance your ranking for vaccine eligibility. On December 3, 2020, the U.S. Department Health and Human Services Department Office of Inspector General issued a warning to alert the public about fraud schemes related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Scammers are using telemarketing calls, text messages, social media platforms, and door-to-door visits to perpetrate COVID-19-related scams.
New! Community Testing Site at RE-2 School District. Details and registration can be found here.
Park County's current level is Orange: High Risk on the state's dial framework. Please review the details of capacity restrictions for each level here.
All residents, visitors and businesses must take on the personal responsibility to stop the spread in our county. We remain in collaboration with local, regional, and state partners. It is a rapidly evolving situation and we are committed to providing reliable and timely information through frequent updates.
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Park County COVID-19 Case Summary
Updated: January 23, 2021 4:00 pm
|Total (New)||469 (3)|
*Active means cases under investigation, in isolation, or hospitalized.
** Released means cases which have been released from isolation or released from a hospital or other facility.
Please note that a lab confirmed case attributed to Park County in the initial report may end up transferring to a different county if the county of residence is determined to be elsewhere after further investigation of the case.
County Offices Have Reopened To The Public
The County reopened to the public and resumed normal business hours of Monday through Thursday, 7:00 am to 6:00 pm with the following requirements:
- Citizens will continue to use robust on-line services.
- Citizens will continue to use curbside services.
- For detailed instructions citizens should refer to individual departments’ web page or call the department directly..
- Our employees will be protecting themselves and the public by wearing masks/face coverings and ensuring sanitation.
- Citizens will be required to have a mask/face covering over the nose and mouth At All Times while in the building
- Citizens must adhere to social distancing requirements.
- Restrooms in the building provides hand washing options and hand sanitizer.
- Citizens will not be allowed to wander the building. Citizens must leave immediately upon completing their business.
The Board of County Commissioners will continue to conduct work sessions and regular meetings in a virtual platform until further notice.
Financial Resources for Residents, Businesses, and Non-profit Agencies
Resource and Wellness Line
Free and confidential resource navigation service available Mon-Fri 8am-6pm to help community members connect with local services and programs that support their wellbeing.
Contact us at:
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To protect the privacy of those individuals in smaller areas, Park County will not release any identifying information, unless there is a need to do so to protect the health of others, in regards to COVID-19. The most effective way to prevent COVID-19 is to follow the social distancing orders that have been issued to avoid contact with everyone but your household.