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To protect the health of citizens and staff, some departments are conducting business remotely or by appointment only. Police records can be obtained by appointment only. Call 303-794-1551 to report a crime, for court-ordered fingerprints, or for police assistance in other matters. Check the city's COVID Information page for the latest operating hours and procedures before visiting the city.
As of 1/21 at 9 a.m., Bemis Library has no more KN95 masks. There are still plenty of surgical masks available.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

01/11/2022 – Due to a dramatic surge of new COVID-19 cases which have reached record high levels in the Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) area, City Manager Mark Relph has directed some changes to city operations in order to protect employees and citizens.

The Littleton Center will be closed to the public, but almost all city services will remain available online.

City Meetings – All city council, board, and commission meetings will be held virtually until at least January 31.

Community Development – Due to health concerns within the department, the Community Development Department will be conducting operations remotely until January 18, 2022. During this time, walk-in transactions and in-person appointments will not be available. The department will continue to provide all services virtually, including phone, email, electronic application submission and virtual meetings. Field inspections will also continue to be conducted as normal.

Littleton Police Records – Police records can be obtained by appointment only. Call 303-794-1551 to report a crime, for court-ordered fingerprints, or for police assistance in other matters.

Littleton Municipal Court – The municipal court is holding virtual and in-person hearings. Masks are required in the courthouse. Checking in for court via phone or online is encouraged.

Bemis Library and Littleton Museum – These services will remain open at 80 percent of pre-pandemic hours and masks are required. Curbside circulation of library materials is available. High touch areas are sanitized often.


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