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Town Hall Opens to the Public on May 17, 2021

On Monday, May 17, 2021 Town Hall will reopen to the public and appointments will no longer be required for most general services. Regular hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. will resume. The statewide mask mandate is still in effect and patrons are asked to refrain from visiting Town Hall if they have any symptoms of COVID-19 or other illnesses. If you have specific questions for a Town Department, please call 303.841.0353. We would like to thank our community for their patience over the past year and we look forward to seeing you in person again soon!

Case Updates and Testing

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State and Local Emergency Orders

Effective April 16, 2021, the State of Colorado has rescinded Public Health Order 20-36 and its COVID-19 Dial and implemented reduced restrictions for individuals, businesses and activities, as well as reporting requirements for hospitals, to prevent the spread of COVID-19 further in Colorado. Please read the updated Public Health Order 20-38 for more information.

  • The Douglas County Board of Commissioners voted on April 13 to opt out of the Tri-County Health Department's public health order setting capacity limitations in places like restaurants, churches and gyms. As of April 16, Douglas County businesses are allowed to determine what capacities are best for them, their patrons and their employees. For information about the current safety protocols that affect Douglas County residents, view our COVID-19 Protocols Q&A.
  • A statewide face covering mandate for Colorado amended by Governor Jared Polis on May 2 remains in place for gatherings of 10 or more in indoor public spaces in Colorado, including Douglas County. The statewide order allows counties with one-week disease incidence rates of 35 or fewer cases per 100,000 to opt-out of most masking requirements. Individuals are permitted to remove their masks in public indoor spaces if 80% of the individuals in the space have shown proof of vaccination. View the State of Colorado's guidance for mask wearing for more information. 
  • The Governor’s latest mask order contains mandates that are difficult to administer and enforce due to exceptions pertaining to the number of individuals present within public indoor spaces and a requirement to determine vaccination status. As a result, the Town of Parker is requiring members of the public to wear non-medical face coverings when they enter and remain in Town-owned buildings.
  • Also per Public Health Order 20-38, the six-foot social distancing requirement remains in place for indoor gatherings of 100 individuals or more.
  • The Town of Parker has declared a formal local disaster emergency in response to the outbreak. View all official emergency orders issued by the Town of Parker.

COVID-19 Updates

For local updates and resources related to this emergency, we encourage you to bookmark this page and check back regularly. You can also follow the Town’s social media profiles for breaking news and updates:

Town of Parker Closures and Cancellations

In the interest of health and safety, and an effort to help control the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the following closures and cancellations have been put in place:

Town Council Meetings
Beginning Monday, May 3, 2021, we will be welcoming the public back to our regular Town Council meetings. Under the Governor’s Public Health Order, a limit of 100 attendees will apply to each meeting and face coverings must be worn. A Zoom option will remain in place for those who prefer to continue virtual attendance. Additional details may be found on the Town’s community calendar at www.ParkerOnline.org/Calendar.

Other Public Meetings
Planning Commission and other public meetings are currently being held virtually. For details on how to view or participate in these public meetings, click on the meeting in the Town’s online calendar.

Other Town of Parker Facility Updates (click links for details):


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