Here’s everything we know about the local impacts of COVID-19. If you have a question that is not answered here, or if you have a suggestion for how we can make this page better, contact us using the form at the bottom of the page and we will do our best to get your question answered.

COVID-19 cases according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, as of 4:00 PM on April 1

CountyCasesChange from Previous DayDeaths
Eagle295+682
Garfield34+11
Pitkin33+32

Important telephone numbers:

If you have non-emergency, non-medical questions for law enforcement related to the Public Health Order (Stay at Home Order) the state call center: 1-833-598-5553 8am-5pm 7 days a week.

Volunteers: 945-1377 extension 2020.
Aspen to Parachute COVID-19 Help Hotline: 970-429-6186 (Available 8AM-8PM, 7 days a week in English and Spanish).
Questions about social distancing and emergency regulations: 945-1377 extension 8120.

Garfield County Information can be found at the top of the Garfield County website: https://www.garfield-county.com/

If you believe you have COVID-19 symptoms, you are asked to fill out the form here: https://www.garfield-county.com/public-health/covid-19-symptoms-form/

Pitkin County COVID-19 Information: https://pitkincounty.com/1297/COVID-19

Information about Eagle County government: https://www.eaglecounty.us/Administration/News/Eagle_County_Government_Services_Restricting_in_person_interations/

Eagle County symptoms monitoring/self-reporting website: http://www.ecemergency.org/2020/03/covid-19-symptoms-monitoring.html?m=1

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  • First Garfield County COVID-19 Death Garfield County officials are reporting the first death from COVID-19. A press release indicates the woman, in her 70’s, had significant other health issues. No other information about the woman’s death was released.
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  • Glenwood City Council Holds Online-Only Meeting Tonight Glenwood Springs City Council will host a special online-only meeting tonight at 6:00. Instructions for viewing the meeting and how to participate can be found here. Click on “Special City Council Meeting, March 26, 2020” for more information.
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  • Colorado State Patrol Institutes Statewide “Accident Alert” The Colorado State Patrol has enacted a statewide accident alert, meaning they will not respond to any vehicle crashes as long as all drivers have insurance and there are no injuries, drugs or alcohol suspected. Any drivers involved in such a crash should exchange information with other drivers and file a report online. Any crashes within ...

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