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Posted on: April 25, 2020

The extended Stay-at-Home Order allows non-critical businesses to offer curbside delivery

CURBSIDE DELIVERY

On April 24, Boulder County Public Health issued an order ADOPTING AND EXTENDING the State’s current Stay-at-Home Order through May 8. All residents of Boulder County must continue to follow the guidance outlined in the Colorado Stay-At-Home Order until May 8.

As of April 27, this current extension to the Stay-at-Home Order includes an amendment permitting "non-critical businesses" to begin offering curbside delivery of products, and travel to pick up those goods will be considered necessary travel.


The criteria for non-critical businesses to offer curbside delivery of products includes; 

  • Onsite staffing of non-critical businesses is limited to the minimum number of employees necessary to fill and process orders and to provide curbside delivery, in addition to “Minimum Basic Operations.” 
  • In no event shall the number of employees permitted at the physical location of a non-critical business exceed the number permitted by any existing or future state order.
  • Employees of non-critical businesses who are able to work remotely must continue to work remotely.
  • Members of the public may not enter the physical locations of any non-critical businesses.

Additional requirements for curbside delivery and recommended best practices 

are outlined HERE.

Questions?
Boulder County Call Center
720-776-0822
Available 7 days a week from 8:00am-6:00pm
Please note that specific legal guidance cannot be provided. 

VIEW A LIST of Lafayette  businesses currently offering offering goods via pickup, delivery, and online.

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