Boulder County offices and buildings are closed due to COVID-19 View our Online Services page for virtual transactions and services.

Resources for Those Affected by COVID-19

Boulder County is working with community partners to help those affected by COVID-19. This page includes resources for accessing emergency assistance, food and financial assistance, health care and mental health care supports, and child care assistance.

The State of Colorado has instituted a Stay in Place Order for non-essential activities, work, and services (see the list of critical/non-critical professions). Please continue to maintain physical distancing (at least six feet between you and others) if you do leave home.

Looking for health advice? See the Health Coverage section below.

Evictions Moratorium

Colorado Governor Jared Polis has issued guidance that limits all residential evictions to only those necessary to protect public health and safety. Here are the details in English and Spanish as they relate to the moratorium in Boulder County.

Income reduced? Take these actions now:

  1. If you can’t pay a bill on time, call the company. Many companies will work with you on a solution. See guidance from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
  2. If your income has been drastically reduced, apply for Colorado unemployment benefits. Learn more about the newly streamlined process to apply here.
  3. Access community resources and apply for public benefits. See more below.
  4. Avoid scams and offers of easy money. Never give your personal information or pay in response to an offer of help. See what the Federal Trade Commission has to say about this.

If you need assistance with expenses:

Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA)
Food assistance/food bank, financial assistance for utilities, rent or mortgage, health services, and much more for Boulder and the southern mountains.
303-442-3042

Sister Carmen Community Center
Food assistance/food bank, financial assistance for utilities, rent or mortgage, health and transportation services, and much more for Lafayette, Louisville, Superior, and Erie.
303-665-4342

OUR Center
Food pantry, hot breakfasts & lunches, housing and rental assistance, basic health services, and more for residents of the St. Vrain Valley School District, including the northern mountains.
303-772-5529

Peak to Peak Alliance
Food assistance through pantries in Nederland, Ward, Lyons, and Allenspark, financial assistance for rent/mortgage, and other services and referrals with help from the Mountain Resource Liaisons.

Virtual Job Fair (March 26-April 2)

Multi-employer virtual job fair: Live multi-day event includes a variety of employers that currently hiring. To access the event, sign up for a Connecting Colorado account here. Individuals who already have an account will see the Virtual Job Fair when they log in, if Boulder County is selected as a region of interest.

Workforce Boulder County

Offices will be closed until further notice. Staff is working remotely. Please reach out in the following ways:

Employment First

If you have an appointment with Employment First, please call your Support Specialist at the number listed on your paperwork to reschedule.

Unemployment Insurance

For information about unemployment insurance and the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment visit https://myui.coworkforce.com/Welcome or call:

  • 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\

Evictions Moratorium

Colorado Governor Jared Polis has issued guidance that limits all residential evictions to only those necessary to protect public health and safety. Here are the details in English and Spanish as they relate to the moratorium in Boulder County.

Emergency Rental Assistance

We recognize the ability for renters to cover the costs of their housing is a significant concern for many in our community at this moment. We are working closely with our partners at the federal, state, and local levels to determine how best to address the need and will share more information here when we have it.

  • Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA): Financial assistance available for utilities, rent or mortgage assistance for Boulder and southern mountain residents
  • OUR Center: Housing and rental assistance available for residents of the St. Vrain Valley School District, including the northern mountains.
  • Sister Carmen Community Center: Housing and rental assistance available for residents of Lafayette, Louisville, Superior, and Erie.

Resources for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness

COVID-19 Recovery Center (Boulder) – by referral only, no walk-ups

On Friday, March 20, a COVID-19 Recovery Center (CRC) for unhoused individuals opened at the East Boulder Community Center to serve homeless individuals from Boulder and Longmont. Individuals who appear to show symptoms of COVID-19 and who will require further testing will be transported from homeless shelters to the CRC. At the CRC, individuals who are symptomatic or have tested positive for COVID-19 can be in isolation for 10 to 14 days. Homeless shelters have begun daily screenings for clients and will be identifying individuals who require further care. The CRC is not a walk-up service, and individuals must be screened through an existing shelter program.

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless Service Updates

Coordinated Entry

Individuals in Boulder needing any shelter service are strongly encouraged to contact Boulder Coordinated Entry at 303-579-4404.

Individuals in Longmont needing to contact Coordinated Entry: please call 303-579-7364 between 12:00 and 2:00 p.m.

Beginning April 1, the 30th Street Severe Weather Shelter (SWS) will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. daily. Individuals who have been health screened will be able to wash their hands and have access to restrooms and showers on a limited basis. The SWS has also extended nightly operations (capacity of 72) through April to meet current public health needs. Those experiencing homelessness who have been screened at shelter locations and are showing signs of illness will be transported to the COVID-19 Recovery Center (CRC).

Community members interested in volunteering at the CRC can visit www.bouldercolorado.gov/crc-training for information.

Domestic Violence Shelters

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence in Boulder has a shelter and conducts outreach for survivors of domestic violence. Reach them at 303-444-2424.

Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley in Longmont has a shelter and conducts outreach for survivors of domestic violence. Reach them at 303-772-4422.

Affordable Rentals

Boulder County Housing Authority site contains information on currently available affordable homes throughout Boulder County at below-market-rate for seniors, families, and individuals. Some homes have rent below market rate while others limit rental rates to 30 percent of a household’s income.

Internet & Utilities

Boulder County, in accordance with the Fair Housing Act, prohibits discrimination in its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, familial status or national origin. Reasonable accommodations and modifications may be requested to ensure equal access by people with disabilities to its programs and activities. To make a request, please call the Department of Housing and Human Services Call Center at 303/441-1000.

Income reduced? Take these actions now:

  1. If you can’t pay a bill on time, call the company. Many companies will work with you on a solution. See guidance from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
  2. If your income has been drastically reduced, apply for Colorado unemployment benefits.
  3. Access community resources and apply for public benefits. See more below.
  4. Avoid scams and offers of easy money. Never give your personal information or pay in response to an offer of help. See what the Federal Trade Commission has to say about this.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

Colorado Works (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) provides qualifying families with cash assistance to strengthen their family’s economic and social stability.

Personal Finance Program

The Boulder County Personal Finance Program is here to help you navigate financial uncertainty. We are offering both phone and virtual appointments to listen to your individual circumstance, talk about options and help you create a plan. All appointments are free and confidential. Call 720-564-2279 or email PersonalFinance@BoulderCounty.org

Community Non-Profits

Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA): Financial assistance available for utilities, rent or mortgage assistance for Boulder and southern mountain residents

OUR Center: Housing and rental assistance available for residents of the St. Vrain Valley School District, including the northern mountains.

Sister Carmen Community Center: Housing and rental assistance available for residents of Lafayette, Louisville, Superior, and Erie.

Unemployment and Loans

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has information for workers and employers who are impacted by the Coronavirus.

The U.S. Small Business Administration provides federal disaster loans for businesses, private nonprofits, homeowners, and renters.

Colorado Emergency Child Care Collaborative, March 25, 2020 (information provided by the Early Childhood Council of Boulder County)

At this time, the Collaborative is only serving healthcare workers, law enforcement, other first responders, and staff of of residential facilities. They plan to expand to other populations, timeline and details still to come.

There is a new effort to match available childcare options to critical personnel across the state. The Colorado Emergency Child Care Collaborative is collecting information from parents and programs to connect the following service sectors with childcare:

  • Health care providers and staff: Doctors, nurses, and all hospital support personnel, including maintenance and janitorial staff
  • Public safety: Police, firefighters, EMT, Department of Corrections
  • Staff supporting critically at-risk populations: Long-term care facilities, mental health facilities, residential facilities subject to available capacity

Here are the parent, program, and early childhood teacher surveys:

  • If you know of a family who meets the criteria (listed above), you can share this link for a child care application.
  • If you are a provider who is willing to open your facility to accommodate these critical workers you can input your information here.
  • If you are/know of an educator willing to help serve this population, here is the link to apply.

Please visit covidchildcarecolorado.com for more complete information.

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)*

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
SNAP helps individuals and families buy food that is healthy and nutritious. Apply for SNAP through Colorado PEAK or through the MyCOBenefits mobile app (available on Google Play or the App Store).

Paper applications are also available. Please scan or take a clear picture of each page and email to imaging@bouldercounty.org.

For SNAP application assistance, call Hunger Free Colorado at 720-382-2920, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Women, Infants & Children (WIC)

WIC provides additional food assistance for eligible mothers who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have a child up to five years of age.

Fresh Produce Pick-Up (SNAP, WIC, Fruit & Veg Participants)

SNAP, WIC, and Fruit & Veg program participants can order $20 bags of produce from Boulder County Farmers Markets for pickup at the Longmont Fairgrounds starting April 4th.

  • SNAP participants pay $10 in SNAP bucks, and are matched with $10 in Double Up Food Bucks
  • WIC families can receive one box per market day with valid eWIC card
  • Fruit & Veg participants pay $20 in F&V bucks

To order, email foodaccess@bcfm.org or text 720-551-6052 by midnight on the Wednesday before each Saturday market. Pick up will be offered curbside at the Longmont Fairgrounds between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. For more details, visit www.bcfm.org

Food Pantries

  • Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA) in Boulder: Food Bank will be closed for shopping; Starting grab-and-go food bags are available for pick up on the north side of the main office at 1575 Yarmouth between 12:30-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, for Boulder and southern mountain residents.
  • OUR Center in Longmont: Food pantry and grab-and-go hot lunches for residents of the St. Vrain Valley School District, including the northern mountains.
  • Sister Carmen Community Center in Lafayette: Food bank distributing grab-and-go food bags for residents of Lafayette, Louisville, Superior, and Erie.
  • Community Food Share in Louisville: Serving residents of Boulder County and Broomfield County. Offering drive-through food distribution at their onsite pantry (schedule here). Families should remain in the car and staff or volunteers will load food into the car. Prepackaged boxes of food are also available through the Mobile Pantry program, visit this page for locations and an up-to-date schedule. New program participants do not need to worry about typical enrollment documentation/eligibility requirements (USDA programs excluded).
  • Nederland Food Pantry: Food Bank is closed for shopping. Boxes of food are available for pick-up every Saturday, and the first and last Thursdays of the month, from 10:00 am to noon, in the Nederland Community Center’s upper parking Lot.
  • Peak to Peak Alliance: Food assistance through pantries in Nederland, Ward, Lyons, and Allenspark, financial assistance for rent/mortgage, and other services and referrals with help from the Mountain Resource Liaisons.

Meal Delivery

Meals on Wheels: Free prepared food delivered to your home.

Cultivate’s Carry-Out Caravan: Connects volunteer members of the community with older adults who face the challenge of securing reliable access to groceries.

Community Food Share: Prepackaged boxes of food are delivered to several outdoor locations through the Mobile Pantries program for individuals and families in need of food assistance. Visit the link for locations, eligibility, and an up-to-date schedule. New program participants do not need to worry about typical enrollment documentation/eligibility requirements (USDA programs excluded).

School Meal Distribution

Boulder Valley School District: BVSD is distributing several meals’ worth of food items and fresh produce to families on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting March 31 until further notice. Pickup between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the following locations:

  • Sanchez Elementary School
  • Creekside Elementary School
  • Crest View Elementary School
  • Columbine Elementary School
  • Emerald Elementary School
  • Louisville Middle School
  • Nederland Middle-Senior High School
  • Pioneer Elementary
  • University Hill Elementary School

St. Vrain Valley School District: SVSD is operating 11 drive-through pick-up sites where students, families, and staff can receive lunch and breakfast food items between 11:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m. Meals will resume starting March 30. SVVSD meal distribution locations:

  • Timberline PK-8
  • Northridge Elementary School
  • Altona Middle School
  • Sunset Middle School
  • Soaring Heights PK-8
  • Frederick High School
  • Mead Middle School
  • Lyons High School
  • Hygiene Elementary School (12:00 – 12:30 only)
  • Niwot High School (11:00 – 11:30 only)
  • Learning Services Center (11:00 – 11:30 only)

*In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, religious creed, disability, age, political beliefs, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.

To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at: How to File a Complaint, and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by:

  1. mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture
    Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
    1400 Independence Avenue, SW
    Washington, D.C. 20250-9410;
  2. fax: (202) 690-7442; or
  3. email: program.intake@usda.gov.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Please note: Do not call 911 if you are seeking general medical advice or wish to be tested for COVID-19. If you have COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath), consider a telehealth visit or nurseline advice before seeking in-person care. Ask your primary care provider if they offer telehealth visits, or call one of Colorado’s nurselines. You can find a list of nurselines on the state health department’s website.

Visit the Clinica (303-650-4460) or Salud Family Health Centers (303-697-2583) web pages for information on health services for low-income and uninsured residents during this time.

You can also visit covid19.colorado.gov or call 303-389-1687 if you have general questions about COVID-19. Also see the Boulder County Public Health COVID-19 information and guidance page at www.boco.org/COVID-19.

Health First Colorado (Medicaid)

COVID-19 Special Enrollment Period: From March 30-April 3 , Connect for Health Colorado, working with the Colorado Division of Insurance, will offer a Special Enrollment Period (SEP) for those who are not currently insured. Learn more and apply through ConnectforHealthCO.com or contact the customer center at 855-752-6749.

Apply for Health First Colorado (Medicaid) through Colorado PEAK or through the MyCOBenefits mobile app (available on Google Play or the App Store).

Paper applications are also available. Please scan or take a clear picture of each page and email to imaging@bouldercounty.org.

If you already have Health First Colorado (Medicaid), you can find a Medicaid provider at www.healthfirstcolorado.com/find-doctors.

If you need assistance related to Medicaid, contact the Colorado Community Health Alliance, HealthTeam@CCHAcares.com, 303-256-1717 or toll free at 1-855-627-4685.

To find a free or income-based doctor, visit www.freeclinics.com.

Mental Health Supports

Mental Health Partners
Mental health and addiction recovery services are available for Mental Health Partners (MHP) clients and community members. Clinicians are operating remotely at this time. Individual clinicians will contact patients for appointments and changes. See the MHP flyer in English and Spanish for details.

National Helpline
Treatment referrals and information is available 24/7 at 1-800-662-HELP.

Child and Adult Abuse & Neglect

This is a stressful time for many in our community. The uncertainty created by the COVID-19 public health emergency combined with social isolation, reduced access to employment and food, and in some cases lack of child care, is difficult for many families and individuals to endure. Please reach out to your family, friends, and neighbors by phone or video during this time, and help ensure they feel supported. Consider leaving food on neighbors’ doorsteps or connecting them with supports and services they may not know exist.

We also recognize that for some families and individuals, the difficulties are too much to handle. The Boulder County Abuse and Neglect Hotline is available 24 hours a day, every day, at 303-441-1309. We respond to concerns around potential abuse and neglect by working with families and individuals to understand their challenges and -in many cases- connecting them with supports they may need. The safety of children and at-risk adults is a top priority for us. Anyone witnessing a child or at-risk adult in a life-threatening situation should call 911 immediately.

Domestic Violence

You should also call 911 if you are in immediate danger.

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence in Boulder has a shelter and conducts outreach for survivors of domestic violence. Reach them at 303-444-2424.

Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley in Longmont has a shelter and conducts outreach for survivors of domestic violence. Reach them at 303-772-4422.

Mental Health Supports

See this helpful ongoing blog from Lori Kleinman, PhD, COVID-19: Managing the Mental Mayhem.

Mental Health Partners
Mental health and addiction recovery services are available for Mental Health Partners (MHP) clients and community members. Clinicians are operating remotely at this time. Individual clinicians will contact patients for appointments and changes. See the MHP flyer in English and Spanish for details.

Community Health Workers

Community Health Workers is a virtual team of Mental Health Partner’s providers who are available on Facebook to connect to the community. Community Health Workers are available to share resources, connect people to resources, and share helpful tips. The team’s expertise includes housing, veteran affairs, and Latinx communities. Connect to Community Health workers on Facebook or through the Mental Health Partners website.

Get tips on how to maintain your mental wellness during COVID-19.

Talk to your children about COVID-19, learn at home, make a schedule that works for your family, and more. See 10 Tips for Parents and Children (in English and Spanish) During the COVID-19 Stay at Home Order.

National Helpline
Treatment referrals and information is available 24/7 at 1-800-662-HELP.

Suicide Prevention

Infectious disease outbreaks such as COVID-19, as well as other public health events, can cause emotional distress and anxiety. Feeling anxious, confused, overwhelmed or powerless is common during an infectious disease outbreak, especially in the face of a virus with which the general public may be unfamiliar. These feelings of distress and anxiety can occur even if you are not at high risk of getting sick.. The Suicide Prevention Hotline has people available to provide free and confidential support 24 hours a day at 1-800-273-8355. See their website for additional supports.

Boulder County Area on Aging

Area Agency on Aging is offering services remotely. Meal services are no longer site-based. For more information, call 303-441-4995.

Information, Referral, or Resources
These connections include all of Boulder County, including mountain and rural communities.

Healthy Aging Programs

Medicare Counseling
Medicare Basics information will soon be available online.

Caregiver Programs

Veterans Services Officers

Long-Term Care Ombudsman

General Office Inquiries

Nutrition Resources
General inquiries regarding nutrition programs and meal deliveries.

Meal Delivery

Meals on Wheels: Free prepared food delivered to your home.

Cultivate’s Carry-Out Caravan: Connects volunteer members of the community with older adults who face the challenge of securing reliable access to groceries.

Community Food Share: Prepackaged boxes of food are delivered to several outdoor locations through the Mobile Pantries program for individuals and families in need of food assistance. Visit the link for locations, eligibility, and an up-to-date schedule. New program participants do not need to worry about typical enrollment documentation/eligibility requirements (USDA programs excluded).

Grocery Shopping Hours

Boulder County stores have set aside shopping morning hours for older or vulnerable adults. Be sure to call or double check the hours at your specific store before visiting.

Safeway
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7-9 a.m.

Target
Wednesdays, first hour of store operation

King Scoopers
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays from 7-8 a.m.

Whole Foods
One hour before opening every day

Walmart
Opening one hour early every Tuesday

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

The Association for Community Living (ACL) provides individual and systems advocacy to people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities in Boulder County. We are currently doing our work remotely and through virtual meetings. Our parenting groups are meeting virtually and are currently closed to new participants. More information about ACL activities is available on our website at www.aclboulder.org

We can be reached by phone at 303-527-0888. Information specific to individual advocacy can be found at https://www.aclboulder.org/individual-advocacy.

Resources for Businesses

Treasurers Covid 19 Tax Payment Policy changes

The Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade has a comprehensive list of COVID-19-related resources for businesses.

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has information for workers and employers who are impacted by the Coronavirus.

The Boulder Small Business Development Center is providing resources and information for small businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The U.S. Small Business Administration provides federal disaster loans for businesses, private nonprofits, homeowners, and renters.

Volunteer

Help those affected by volunteering or donating with HelpColoradoNow.com.

Clinical volunteers are needed for the Boulder County Medical Reserve Corps.

Donate

The Community Foundation has established the COVID-19 Response Fund Boulder County to ensure essential services for community members who find themselves at the intersection of being most vulnerable to the virus and most impacted by inequity.

Local Organizations in Need

  • Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley. We continue to serve up to 160 clients each night, amidst the COVID-19 health crisis, who would otherwise have no place to stay. We have shifted to providing sack breakfast and dinner meals in effort to ensure safe delivery without the use of our regular volunteers and to permit as much “social distancing” as possible within the construct of our facility. Funding from the Neighbor to Neighbor COVID-19 Relief Fund would be used to support the costs associated with these meals as well as other necessary expenses to providing safe shelter to our clients.
    Goal – $5,000
    To Donate directly to Safe Shelter with a credit card click here.
  • Homeless Outreach Providing Encouragement (HOPE). Help meet the rising costs of protection and basic needs supplies along with extra staff time to fill the gaps. We will do everything we can to make sure our neighbors without homes have everything they need during this time. Remember, there is no donation that is too small. We are all just one person, which can seem small, but when we pull together our smallness becomes BIG!
    Goal – $5,000
    To Donate directly to HOPE with a credit card click here.
  • Cultivate has not suspended operations and the demand for Carry-Out Caravan services has grown exponentially in the last week. Our Longmont shopping day had 25% more orders than our general average and we continue to enroll new clients. Additionally, Cultivate will be contacting as many clients as possible to check in on them. We are working on a Toilet Paper and bar soap donation drive in response to a new need that has cropped up among seniors. We will look to provide and deliver these items, at no cost, to non-grocery clients that are unable to access them otherwise.
    Goal – $2,000
    To Donate directly to Cultivate with a credit card click here.
  • TLC Learning Center is committed to provide services to the families who desperately need childcare so they can return to work. We are actively working with other centers who may be closed but have partial staff that want to come over and join us, as well as the families that they serve. We particularly want to focus on first responders, medical profession, nursing home employees, and necessary city employees to be able to keep our basic infrastructure intact during this time.
    Goal – $10,000
    To Donate directly to TLC with a credit card click here.
  • Outreach United Resource Center (OUR Center) is in response mode due to COVID-19. Emergency relief funds will provide groceries, meals, and other assistance to help families through this crisis and unforeseen economic challenges. We are committed to serving the St. Vrain Valley community with essential needs; however, the way we provide those services will temporarily look different. Funds will provide additional homelessness prevention, purchase of groceries to meet increasing needs, staff salaries who are experiencing a rapid change in their job duties. Aspen Center, our preschool is closed for two weeks and this has a ripple effect on families and our teachers.
    Goal – $20,000
    To Donate directly to the OUR Center with a credit card click here.
  • Boulder Shelter for the Homeless. We continue to serve up to 160 clients each night, amidst the COVID-19 health crisis, who would otherwise have no place to stay. We have shifted to providing sack breakfast and dinner meals in effort to ensure safe delivery without the use of our regular volunteers and to permit as much “social distancing” as possible within the construct of our facility. Funds would be used to support the costs associated with these meals as well as other necessary expenses to providing safe shelter to our clients.
    Goal – $5,000
    To Donate directly to Boulder Shelter for the Homeless with a credit card click here.

Veteran Services

Veteran Services is conducting all services and appointments remotely. Contact the Veterans Services Offices at 303-441-3890 (Boulder) or 720-864-6663 (Longmont).

2-1-1 Colorado

2-1-1 Colorado is a statewide database of community resources.

Offices Closed to the Public

All Boulder County facilities are closed until Monday, April 20.
While offices are closed to the public, services are still being provided online.