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STAY-AT-HOME ORDERS

To slow the spread of COVID-19, Governor Polis has issued a statewide stay-at-home order, effective until April 11th. Mayor Hancock also issued a stay-at-home order for Denver. Click here for the full text, including the full list of exemptions to the restrictions summarized below. Find frequently asked questions here.
Summary of Denver's Stay-at-Home Order
  • All individuals in Denver are ordered to stay at home. Exemptions are listed in the order: click here.

    • Individuals may leave for outdoor activities as long as they are maintaining social distancing. Parks will remain open, but group activities like picnics, volleyball and basketball are prohibited. Playgrounds will close.

    • Individuals experiencing homelessness are exempt from this order.

  • All businesses in Denver are required to close for in-person work. Exemptions are listed in the order: click here.

    • Businesses may continue operations that consist of employees working from home.

  • All public and private gatherings of any number of people occurring outside a home are prohibited. Exemptions are listed in the order: click here.

  • All travel, including travel by scooter, motorcycle, automobile, or public transit, is prohibited. Exemptions are listed in the order: click here.

Allowed Activities (click here for the full list)
  • Obtaining medication, visiting a health care professional, or other activities related to health and safety

  • Caring for a family member or pet in another household

  • Shopping for food, picking up take-out from a restaurant, and picking up meals from school meal distribution sites: click here

  • Individual outdoor activities like walking, running, biking, and hiking

Businesses Allowed to Remain Open (click here for the full list)

  • Health care operations, pharmacies and dispensaries

  • Grocery stores, farmers markets, convenience stores, liquor stores and pet supply stores

  • Restaurants will still be allowed to deliver food and offer takeout meals

  • Gas stations and auto repair shops, banks, laundromats, child care facilities

  • Rideshare operators (uber, lyft, etc)

Exempt Government Functions (click here for the full list)

  • Public safety personnel

  • Law enforcement

  • Fire prevention and response

  • Security personnel

  • Emergency dispatchers law enforcement, fire fighters and emergency dispatchers.

Last updated on: Friday, March 27th

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