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Town of Frederick offices and facilities remain closed to the public until further notice following the State of Colorado’s Safer-at-Home guidelines as the threat of COVID-19 continues. All essential public safety, public works and administrative services will continue. These services include but are not limited to utility bill payments and connecting or disconnecting service, building permit services, planning services including development review, Town newsletters and communication, hiring, policing and community code enforcement, municipal court services, business licensing and open records requests. Residents are encouraged to connect with the Town via email or phone to conduct town business.
The phased reopening will take into account staff and equipment resources and the safety of our employees. Town staff is transitioning into fifty percent staffing in the administrative offices while following strict sanitation and personal safety guidelines.
Lobbies will remain closed to the public at Town Hall, Public Works and the Frederick Police Department. Bella Rosa Golf Course, the Back 9 at Bella Rosa restaurant and Town playgrounds will remain closed. We will continue to follow the Safer-at-Home guidelines: no groups of 10 or more, no exposure to vulnerable populations, no shared equipment and maintain social distancing standards.
Administrative services will continue to observe abbreviated hours, Monday through Friday, 10 am to 2 pm and will be available by phone at 720.382.5500. Staff will continue to be available via email. Board of Trustee meetings are held on a virtual platform and open to public comment and viewing in real-time.
Updates about Town events, community programs and next steps will continue to be announced on all of our communication channels, including our website, News Flash and social media.
Stay informed! Visit FrederickCO.gov/Covid19 for information, resources and links to reliable sources. The Town is 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.
For information, please contact Angela Wilson at AWilson@FrederickCO.gov.