Current Status: Level Clear from May 16 until Aug. 16
On May 16, Boulder County entered Level Clear, a 90-day observation period under the Public Health Order. To remain at Level Clear, new hospital admissions for COVID-19 must stay below an average of 2 per day per 100,000 residents for seven consecutive days as observed over a 14-day period. Hospitalization rates for Boulder County and across the metro region may be viewed here.
Under Level Clear, local capacity restrictions and mitigation are no longer required but may be encouraged.
- Hospitalizations must stay at 0-2 hospital admissions per 100,000 residents for seven consecutive days over a 14-day period.
- If hospital admissions exceed the rate over a seven-day period, Boulder County will move to a more protective level and apply level restrictions according to the hospitalization rate.
- Level Clear does not have any capacity restrictions or mandatory mitigation requirements for businesses or gatherings.
- Masks may still be required under state or local order, and if the state continues any orders, those state restrictions will apply to Boulder County.
- The state is renewing the 500+ limit indoors until June 1. After this date, Level Clear may not have any capacity restrictions or mandatory mitigation requirements for businesses or gatherings.
Boulder County Dial Status
For more information on Boulder County’s current status, visit our COVID-19 Illness Data Page.