COVID-19 Information

Frederick Facilities Update

Starting Sunday, November 22, Weld County is designated Level Red – Severe Risk on the State of Colorado and CDPHE COVID-19 dial dashboard. In response to health guidelines with tighter restrictions, the Town of Frederick is temporarily closing the lobbies at Town Hall (401 Locust St.), the Frederick Police Department (333 Fifth St.) and Public Works (7301 Eagle Blvd.) effective Monday, November 23, 2020. 

Bella Rosa Golf Course (5830 Bella Rosa Pkwy.) remains open with all tee time booking online or over the phone. The Back 9 restaurant at Bella Rosa is take-out only.

We are dedicated to serving our community. All essential services will continue to be provided, including public safety, emergency response, development and utility services. All Town facilities are following guidelines to prevent exposure to the public and our team members.

We are working remotely to continue day to day operations. Use this guide for resources:

•    Contact a team member: Use our Staff Directory to find direct contact phone numbers and email.

•    Frederick Police Department

  • Call Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 5 pm at 720.382.5700.
  • Non-emergency dispatch, call 720.652.4222
  • Call 911 for emergencies

•    Utility Billing: 

•    Building Permits:

•    Planning: 

  • Please reach out and the Planner on duty will respond.
  • Call Monday through Friday, from 9 am to 4 pm at 720.382.5500.
  • Email the Planning Department

•    Board of Trustee Meetings: 

  • The next regularly scheduled board meeting is Tuesday, December 8 at 7 pm. This meeting includes the final public budget hearing for input to the 2021 budget.
  • Go to the Agenda page on our website. Regular meetings are available on a virtual platform. Log in directions are on the agenda.

If you have concerns or questions, please reach out to us at 720.382.5500 or email the Communications & Engagement Department.

Updates about reopening, Town events, public meetings and next steps will be shared on our communication channels, including our website, News Flash and social media.

Scroll down and click on the "Tabs" below to find more information on:

Stay Up To Date - Reliable links to the most up to date information on COVID-19

What Can You Do? - Local ways to help with information on drives, events and resources.

What Is The Town Doing? - Updates from the Town on what we are doing.

Town Closures - Up to date information on Town services.

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If you have a life-threatening emergency call 911.

If you need non-emergency assistance, please call Weld County Dispatch and Communications at 720.652.4222. Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Frederick Police Department (333 Fifth St., Frederick, CO 80520) may be reached at 720.382.5700. Limited phone hours...but ALWAYS ON DUTY!

Town of Frederick offices can be reached by phone Monday through Friday from 10 am to 2 pm at 720.382.5500.

Call 211 for questions about COVID-19 and statewide serves.

If you have a general question or comment, please call 720.382.5513 or email the Communications & Engagement Department

For a complete list of local agency contact information click here. 

Message From The Town

We understand that the news about COVID-19 (2019 novel coronavirus) may be creating concern and worry for some people. 

We wanted to let you know that we are continuing to monitor the outbreak closely and are in close and regular contact with the Carbon Valley Emergency Management Agency and the Weld County Health Department. We are continuing to closely monitor the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and CDC. We have plans, partnerships, and resources in place to support the community. We are working in close coordination with our regional public health partners, hospitals, school districts, and the first responder and health care communities.

This is a time for all communities, families, and individuals to focus on preparing. We must work together to protect those in our community who are most at risk of severe disease, particularly the elderly and people with underlying health conditions. 

Thank you for helping to keep yourself and our community healthy and well! 

The Town of Frederick has taken measures to protect the health and well-being of our employees and residents.

  • We are updating Continuity of Operations Plans for COVID-19 to protect the public and our employees while also continuing to provide services essential to residents.
  • We are continuing to monitor the outbreak closely and are in close and regular contact with the Carbon Valley Emergency Management Agency and the Weld County Health Department. 
  • We are continuing to closely monitor the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and CDC. 
  • We are taking steps to make it possible for employees to minimize close contact with large numbers of people when necessary.
  • We urge employees to stay home when they are sick.
  • We model and encourage everyday actions to limit the spread of illness.
  • We are routinely cleaning environmental and work surfaces.
  • We are updating the information on our website and social media.

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU! Please connect with us if you need assistance or have questions. Send us an email or call 720.382.5500.

  1. Stay Up To Date.
  2. What Can You Do?
  3. What Is The Town Doing?
  4. Town Closures

July 16, 2020: Executive Order D 2020 138 is a mandatory statewide mask order that goes into effect at midnight on July 16, 2020, and will be in effect for 30 days. It may be extended. The order requires people in Colorado who are 11 years and older to wear a covering over their noses and mouths:

  • When entering or moving within any public indoor space.
  • While using or waiting to use public (buses, light-rail) or non-personal (taxis, car services, ride-shares) transportation services.

People who do not have to wear a mask include:

  • People who are 10 years old and younger.
  • People who cannot medically tolerate a face covering.
  • Children ages 2 and under should NOT wear masks or cloth face coverings.

Research shows that people who have no symptoms can spread COVID-19. Wearing a non-medical face mask helps minimize the spread of the virus. 

June 19, 2020: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released an amended Public Health Order 20-28 for the Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors phase. This public health order allows bars to open following updated restaurant guidance and provides updated guidance for higher education, personal services, and manufacturing. It also outlines the steps required to allow residential camps and indoor and outdoor events to resume while minimizing the potential spread of COVID-19. 

June 4, 2020: In accordance with Governor Jared Polis’ executive order and Public Health Order 20-28, Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment today finalized guidance outlining the steps required to allow personal and outdoor recreation activities to resume while minimizing the potential spread of COVID-19.

June 2, 2020: In accordance with Governor Jared Polis’ executive order, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) extended the Safer-at-Home public health order until July 1. 

June 2, 2020: We expect the State to issue updated guidance for recreation, including playgrounds later this week. Stay tuned for updates. Here is the latest executive order from the Governor - "Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors" (EO D 2020 091).

April 27, 2020: Governor Polis issues Safer at Home Executive Order. Under the Safer-at-Home Order, Coloradans should continue to stay home as much as possible. The Order directs vulnerable populations, including seniors, to continue staying home and only leaving when absolutely necessary. The Executive Order is tentatively set to expire 30 days from April 27, 2020, but can be amended or extended at any time.

April 22, 2020: Governor Polis this week discussed the three levels of social distancing, which include: Staying at Home, Safer at Home and Protect our Neighbors. Colorado is moving into the Safer at Home phase, which is estimated to begin April 27. While we are at this level, Coloradans will no longer be ordered to stay home, but are still strongly encouraged to do so. Vulnerable populations and seniors must continue staying home except when absolutely necessary. Read more about this announcement and stay informed!

On April 6, 2020, Gov. Jared Polis announced an extension to the stay-at-home Executive Order requiring Coloradans to stay at home as much as possible due to the presence of COVID-19. The Executive Order will now remain in effect until April 26. Exceptions to the order include obtaining food and other household necessities, going to and from a critical workplace, seeking medical care, caring for dependents or pets, caring for a vulnerable person in another location, or engaging in outdoor activities while practicing physical distancing.

On March 25, 2020, Gov. Jared Polis announced an executive order requiring Coloradans to stay at home as much as possible due to the presence of COVID-19. This order goes into effect at 6:00 a.m. March 26, 2020, and lasts until April 11, 2020, unless modified by further executive order. Exceptions to the order include obtaining food and other household necessities, going to and from a critical workplace, seeking medical care, caring for dependents or pets, caring for a vulnerable person in another location, or engaging in outdoor activities while practicing physical distancing.

Read Governor Jared Polis’s SECOND UPDATED PUBLIC HEALTH ORDER 20-24 IMPLEMENTING STAY AT HOME REQUIREMENTS dated March 27, 2020.

Weld County - As Weld County continues to see widespread increase in COVID-19 positive cases, the Health Department is once again stressing the importance of preventative measures to slow and reduce the spread of the virus.  The department, which strives to maintain patient privacy, especially for our smaller communities, has decided to share a map showing where positive cases are generally located throughout the county. Read the full press release.

Information about Coronavirus Disease 2019 is rapidly changing. Health professionals and local public health agencies are your best sources for accurate and up to date information. Use these resources to learn more about COVID-19:

For questions call the CO HELP line at 877-462-2911. In order to provide the highest level of service, please contact your primary care physician with non-life threatening flu-like symptoms prior to calling 911. 

Call CO-Help at 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911 or email CO Help , for answers in English and Spanish.