Oct. 30, 2020 -- This week, Jefferson County and Adams County pandemic-related restrictions changed. Since Arvada spans both Jefferson and Adams counties this means that for those who live in, work in or visit our City, the rapidly changing conditions of the pandemic are often hard to follow or keep up with based on the latest news.
Below you’ll find a few helpful points of reference and a link for where you read more about each area’s current status.
Do you live or work in Adams County? It is important to know the following:
- Retail may operate at 25% of the posted occupancy limit.
- Restaurants may operate at 25% of the posted occupancy limit indoors not to exceed 50 people excluding staff, whichever is less, per room.
- Houses of worship may operate at 25% or 50 people.
- Gyms 25% capacity or 25 people, whichever is fewer.
- Outdoor recreational activities in groups of 10 people or fewer may occur, with social distancing.
Find more information at Tri-County Public Health.
Do you live or work in Jefferson County? Here is the latest information:
- Breweries and similar facilities: Must be closed unless they serve food from a licensed food establishment. If food is served, they may operate as a restaurant at 25% capacity, not to exceed 50 people per room.
- Gyms and recreation centers: Limited to 25% capacity, not to exceed 50 people per room.
- Outdoor recreation: Limited to 25% capacity, not to exceed 50 people, with social distancing.
- Recreational Sports: Limited to 25 players, excluding coaches and umpires.
Find more information at Jefferson County Public Health.
The response to the pandemic continues to evolve at a rapid pace. If you have questions, please reach out at email@example.com, and we will provide the latest information or point you to reliable resources where you can find it. You can also learn about the City’s response to the pandemic by visiting https://arvada.org/COVID-19. Remember, we’re all in this together, and we can do this, Arvada.
- by City Manager