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City Council enacts Face Covering Order for anyone entering a Lafayette business Read on. . . .

 

 

Boulder County to require face coverings beginning May 9 to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.  Read more.

Boulder County Extends Stay-At-Home Order Through May 8
April 24, 2020

The statewide Stay-at-Home Order is set to expire on Sunday, April 26, and Governor Polis has directed local public health officials to implement data-informed strategies at the local level that best meets the needs of local communities. Along with other local public health agencies in the region, Boulder County Public Health will extend the current Colorado Stay-At-Home order through May 8 in order to develop clear strategies and guidelines for preventing a surge of COVID-19 cases when our community moves to the “safer-at-home” phase. Read more.

 

Like many of you, the Lafayette Chamber has been closely monitoring the spread of the coronavirus over the past several weeks. During this time, we encourage our members to observe responsible preparedness measures. We have collected the following resources to assist you in preparing yourself and your teams to respond effectively to changing circumstances.

We also recognize that some of our members have begun to experience disruptions in their supply chains and/or operations as a result of the virus' global impact. We have collected additional resources to assist with business planning strategies and will continue to update the list as more information and recommendations become available.

Stay at Home Order/Essential Business

Statewide Stay at Home Order FAQ

Essential Business Questions -

Call line: 720-776-0822

Email: Healthinfo@bouldercounty.org

"Critical Business" Designation for Statewide Stay at Home Order: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: Public Health Order 20-24, which defines "Critical Businesses" (listed under III - Definitions, Part C)

If your business is considered critical, you can fill out the Critical Business Self-Certification Form. The self-certification document is voluntary and not a requirement of any state order. It was created to assist critical businesses and law enforcement to comply with public health orders. Once you complete the form, you are simply asked to maintain a copy of the completed certification form in your business records, and produce a copy at the request of state or local law enforcement, public health agency representatives, or any other government agency with jurisdiction over the business, property, or any applicable licenses, permits or certifications maintained by the business. You do not need to submit it to the State and you do not need to receive any approvals from the State. Completing this form and having it on file will suffice.

Unemployment/Layoff Information

Colorado Department of Labor and Employment: Coronavirus Resources for Employers and Workers

Colorado Department of Labor and Employment: Unemployment Insurance

*   Unemployment Insurance Call In: Denver Metro: 303-318-9000
*   Toll-Free: 1-800-388-5515
*   Spanish Denver Metro: 303-318-9333 Toll-Free: 1-866-422-0402
*   Deaf and Hard of Hearing (TTY) Denver Metro: 303-318-9016 Toll Free: 1-800-894-7730
*   Workforce Boulder County offices will be closed until further notice. During this time please use the following contact information:

*  For General Questions: 303-413-7555   |  720-864-6600   |   720-618-7184   |   workforce@bouldercounty.org
*  For Job Search: www.connectingcolorado.com
*  For Virtual Resume Critique or Interview Prep: ceinfo@bouldercounty.org
*  For Business Customers: wfbiz@bouldercounty.org

The Balance Careers: Tips for Compassionate Employee Layoffs

Connecting Colorado: Job Search

Restaurant Employee Relief Fund

 

Safety and Health/Mental Health

OSHA: COVID-19 Safety and Health Standard, Control & Prevention

Mental Health Partners Updates

Mental Health Partners Resources

 

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