The Northern Colorado business community is filled with an amazing cross-section of small, medium and large businesses providing products and services that all citizens need and desire. And citizens, alongside business, have a major stake in the ongoing success of our business community. We are inviting every business and citizen to help Keep NoCo Open.
Current COVID-19 Signs/Messages for Businesses
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Make a Plan
Having a plan better prepares our community and businesses for future disruptions from COVID-19 and other community crises. By being prepared and taking action we can #KeepNoCoOpen. Click here for more information on making a plan for your family and/or business.
As of February 12, 2022, businesses are no longer required to post signage requiring masks. The Health Department has made signs available here for those who would like to encourage masks in their facilities. The Health Department thanks the business community for their ongoing patience and partnership. Questions and comments can be sent to LCDHE at CovidConcerns@larimer.org.
As the Larimer County Mask Order ends on February 12, 2022, it is important to communicate your business’s expectations. To help, here are new #KeepNoCoOpen signs for you to print and display: Download in English / Spanish
Promote What You’re Doing to #KeepNoCoOpen
COVID-19 safety practices protect us all from the virus and can have an impact on consumer decisions. Promote what you’re doing to keep customers and staff safe by downloading (English / Spanish) and displaying a new #KeepNoCoOpen sign. Feel free to customize your sign by adding and subtracting the actions you’re taking to prevent the spread of COVID.
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Vaccination is Your Summer Ticket to
Previous Assets Created before May 2021
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Unless a sudden spike in local pandemic case numbers can be stemmed or reversed, Larimer County businesses could lose the benefits of a variance granted by the state this spring that allows them much greater flexibility and creates more opportunities for them to reach customers. The community at large and businesses must lead the way in preserving the variances. Here are the things everyone should do while in NoCo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrXRxjAuY_k
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