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COVID-19 Information & Resources


Stay up to date on developments and resources in regards to the Colorado General Assembly here. See below for Rep. Cutter’s comments.

Governor Polis has declared a state of emergency, which allows him to take a number of actions to protect public health. These steps include providing paid sick leave to certain workers and opening a drive-up testing center for anyone who has a note from a doctor stating they meet the testing criteria. He has also asked the Division of Insurance to require health insurance plans to waive co-pays and deductibles for COVID-19 tests.

For additional information, you can reach out to Jefferson County Public Health, and CDPHE also has resources available here. Remember to frequently and thoroughly wash your hands, wear a mask in public spaces, avoid touching your face, and cover coughs and sneezes. Please stay home from work if you are sick, and regularly clean all surfaces and devices, such as cell phones.

I want you to know that we all take our commitment to this state and our constituents very seriously. I will do whatever I can as a legislator, and also as a private citizen, to help my community get through this. In the meantime, the local news media is sharing information as soon as it is available, and doing a wonderful job of keeping Coloradans informed. If we avoid panic (and hoarding!), take all recommended healthcare precautions, and work together to support one another, we will get through this and revive our economy.

- Representative Lisa Cutter

Jefferson County Updates and Resources

  • Jefferson County COVID-19 updates

  • Jefferson County Public Schools: Visit their COVID-19 web page for further information on back-to-school plans, remote learning, the emergency preparedness plan, employee information, FAQ, and more.

    • Jeffco Public Schools has also implemented “grab and go” meals for students and families (Monday-Friday only). See here for pick-up times and locations.

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment


Update: The State of Colorado has launched a new site dedicated to providing information on the novel coronavirus outbreak. CDPHE is on the first lines of the coronavirus outbreak. Follow press releases, case summaries, and general resources on the CDPHE COVID-19 hub.

Other Updates from the State of Colorado

  • Governor’s Office: Follow press releases from the Governor’s Office for more information on the state’s response to COVID-1

    • Visit the Help Colorado Now Volunteer Now website to learn more about what you can do to help your neighbors.

  • Colorado Judicial Branch: Each jurisdiction is updating this web page with information regarding court proceedings during COVID-19. Information is available for state, county, and district courts, and contact the Colorado Judicial Branch if you have further questions.

  • Colorado Attorney General: The office of the Attorney General issued its first ever Consumer Alert advisory regarding scams profiting off COVID-19. Be sure to review the report, and visit Attorney General Weiser’s web page for further information.

  • Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles: The Colorado DMV has enstated online driver license renewal available for all drivers, regardless of age, to avoid having to renew in-person.

Federal Government

Resources for Coloradans

Workplace, Labor, and Employment Resources

Information for Businesses and Workplaces:


Colorado Department of Labor & Employment (CDLE) Resources:


Education and Nutrition Resources:


  • Xcel Energy (Public Service Company of Colorado) Response to COVID outbreak.  Read more here.

  • IREA (Intermountain Rural Electric Association) Response to COVID outbreak. Read more here.


Media Updates/Resources:
  • Denver Post: Coronavirus Coverage, Tracker, & School Reopening Plans

  • Colorado Sun: ongoing map of COVID-19 cases

  • Colorado Public Radio: Coronavirus FAQ

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