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COVID-19 Updates

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March 17, 2020 7:07 PM

COVID-19 Updates

Please understand that this is a rapidly changing situation, we will keep you posted with new information as soon as we have it.

For all updates and additional information go to CO.GRAND.CO.US/COVID19

Latest Update:

November 12, 2020 10:06 PM

GRAND COUNTY, CO – On November 12, 2020, the Grand County Board of Commissioners, acting as the Grand County Board of Health, voted 2-1 to move Grand County into Safer at Home - Level Orange until at least November 30th in accordance with the guidance of Grand County Public Health (GCPH). This decision was made with the hope that this action will help Grand County get a handle on its rising disease spread before the winter season. The decision was made during a meeting held with mayors, town managers, town trustees, business owners, and the public to discuss the current state of COVID-19 and how we can respond as a county. Many points of view and comments were taken into consideration prior to the vote. Ultimately, the decision was influenced by the desire to keep control of our COVID-19 response at the county level and not defer to the state.


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Office of Emergency Management

1 Alert
October 14, 2020 4:23 PM

East Troublesome Fire

The East Troublesome Fire is located near Grimes Peak on the Arapaho National Forest, and is managed by the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest.

The Grand County Sheriff has issued a mandatory evacuation order the Big Horn Park, due the close proximity...

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Latest Update:

October 16, 2020 4:34 PM

Today is Oct 16, 2020. The East Troublesome Fire continues to grow in size. The Grand County Sheriff has issued a pre-evacuation order for this area so you can prepare in the event that you receive a mandatory evacuation order. Please have all necessary items ready to go, such as a change of clothes, an extra pair of shoes, prescription meds, identification, wallets, cash, water and snacks. Don’t forget your pets and their food, bowls and meds.

If you have livestock to evacuate, do so now while you have time. If you do not feel safe, you can evacuate on your own.

If you have evacuated or chose to evacuate early, please register using East Troublesome Fire Evacuee(s) Registration Form to assist with the re-entry process.

Please do not call 911 unless you have an emergency. This is a pre-evacuation notification only.