|Celebrating Halloween safely this year during the COVID-19 pandemic will be challenging for children and parents alike. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has published a list of tips and guidelines for how to celebrate while keeping your family and others safe this year. Click here to view the CDC's recommendations.|
Town Hall is currently open to the public by appointment only. To make an appointment for a scheduled visit, please contact the specific staff person or department directly or call 303.841.0353 to be connected with the appropriate department. In order to maintain required social distancing, the total number of visitors will be limited at any given time. Please be aware that all visitors to Town Hall are required to wear face coverings.
The State of Colorado is currently under a Safer-at-Home Public Health Order to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Douglas County has been granted certain variances to the Safer at Home Order pertaining to restaurants, gyms and places of worship. A second variance was also granted pertaining to indoor events, outdoor events, personal recreation and life rights.
Governor Polis issued a state-wide face covering mandate for Colorado and provided guidance for mask wearing, which remains in effect.
The Town of Parker has declared a formal local disaster emergency in response to the outbreak. View all official emergency orders issued by the Town of Parker.
For local updates and resources related to this emergency, we encourage you to bookmark this page and check back regularly. You can also follow the Town’s social media profiles for breaking news and updates:
Town of Parker Closures and Cancellations
In the interest of health and safety, and an effort to help control the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the following closures and cancellations have been put in place:
Town Council and Other Public Meetings
Other Town of Parker Facility Updates (click links for details):
Listed here are the known community closures and service changes that have been announced in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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