City of Littleton Update on COVID-19 — 03/26/2020

In an effort to avoid confusion and for consistency, the Tri-County Health Department today rescinded its Stay at Home Order issued March 25. Governor Polis and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) issued a statewide Stay at Home Order which went into effect this morning at 8 a.m. and will continue through April 11.  For more information, visit the State of Colorado COVID-19 information page.

COVID-91 quesitons? Call 2-1-1Many city and county emergency 9-1-1 systems are being inundated with COVID-19 questions. Instead of calling the emergency number, the city is asking residents to call 2-1-1 for any questions related to COVID-19. Only use 9-1-1 for emergency calls. The 2-1-1 Resource Navigators are available 24/7 and have access to translation services so they can communicate in over 170 languages. Coloradans can also reach 2-1-1 toll-free by dialing 866-760-6489 or by visiting



Help for Littleton Businesses

The City of Littleton is providing resources for Littleton businesses including an ongoing and updated listing of Littleton restaurants and retail/service-based businesses currently open for pickup, delivery, or online ordering. In addition, Littleton is providing Littleton businesses with ideas for Getting Creative in the Times of COVID-19. Additional business-related COVID-19 information can be found at

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The city has developed a map of Littleton restaurants that are open to delivery or curbside pickup which will be updated as new information from restaurants is received. Visit for more information.


The city's response to COVID-19

  • The city's Spring Tree Program will continue with modifications. Visit the web page for more information.
  • The Earth Day Electronics Recycling Event on April 18 has been canceled. This event will be rescheduled in the fall.
  • The city's two community gardens have been closed through at least May 1.
  • All public meetings have been suspended until at least April 3.
  • All city buildings are closed to the public through April 30 to coincide with Governor Polis's orders regarding restaurants and personal care services. While city  buildings are closed to the public, there still may be employees working inside.

City council's actions

  • 03/20/2020 — City council met and ratified the city manager's Emergency Declaration.
  • 03/20/2020 — City council also amended its legislative procedures to allow council meetings to be conducted remotely.
  • 03/14/2020 — The city manager issued a Declaration of State of Local Emergency

For the latest information about COVID-19:

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