COVID-19 dial


Colorado’s dial framework standardizes different levels of “openness” at the county level. It is a tool that allows Colorado to balance the urgent need to contain the virus with the need for localized guidance during the pandemic.

Dial 3.0 goes into effect on March 24, 2021. Read more about Dial 3.0. Dial 3.0 makes it easier for counties to move into Level Green: Protect Our Neighbors, the least restrictive level on the dial. It also removes many of the restrictions that currently apply at that level. Additionally, several restrictions in Level Blue are loosened in Dial 3.0.

The CO Department of Public Health & Environment and the CO State of Emergency Operations Center has created industry-specific checklists that businesses must follow prior to reopening.

Workplace outbreak guidance

To share and nominate an innovative Colorado business and to find additional assistance and resources please check out Can Do Colorado. Please submit your additional questions or concerns here.

Symptom Screening: Watch how to conduct a facility health screening.

Please submit your additional questions or concerns here.

*Please note that local governments can choose to enact stricter guidance than the state — like extending the Stay-at-Home order within the local government’s jurisdiction.


Fort Collins


Face Coverings & Business


Weld County