Governor Executive Order to Keep You and Your Loved Ones Safe

As of October 27, 2020, the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) has moved the City and County of Denver, among other counties, to the more restrictive Safer at Home Dial Level 3.  This move is in response to rapidly increasing case incidents, positivity rates, and hospitalizations.

Denver’s tougher face-covering mandate, issued on October 16, 2020, is also still in effect until further notice.

Read the press release, the letter from the state (PDF), and the updated Face Covering Order (PDF).

Click here for more on keeping your family safe. 
Whatever form your trick-or-treating takes, it’s safest to:
  • Stay in your own neighborhood.
  • Have adults accompany trick-or-treaters to help them follow precautions.
  • Stay with your household members. Avoid mingling with groups from other households; stay at least 6 feet away from non-household members.
  • If going door-to-door, limit the time you spend at doorways.
  • Whether you’re trick-or-treating or handing out candy, keep your masks on -- save the candy-eating for when you return home!
  • Follow regular Halloween safety tips such as decorating costumes and bags with reflective tape or stickers and carrying glow sticks or flashlights to help increase visibility among drivers.
If you're concerned about contact here is a creative way to keep your distance
It's called a candychute and is a simple way to join in on the fun and keep yourself safe. To learn how to make one click here.
Please feel free to reach out to my office via e-mail at for any concerns or if you know of resources that can help out your community. 
Be well.

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