COVID-19 Update, 3/26/2020
With the number of Coronavirus cases throughout Colorado increasing daily, Governor Jared Polis issued a stay-at-home executive order due to COVID-19 to that took effect at 6 a.m. on Thursday, March 26 and lasting through April 11.
To remain at home, only leave their home to engage in activities or perform tasks critical to their health and safety, or to the health and safety of their family or household members or to go to or return from critical work. They can leave their home to:
- Obtain food and other household necessities for themselves and their family or household members. o Deliver those services or supplies to others, such as, food, pet supply, other household consumer products, and products or equipment necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and critical operation of a residence.
- To engage in outdoor activity, such as, walking, hiking, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, biking or running. For purposes of outdoor activity, State parks will remain open to the public to engage in walking, hiking, biking, running, and similar outdoor activities but all playgrounds, picnic areas, other similar areas conducive to public gathering, and attended areas shall be closed.
- To perform work for critical industries.
- To care for a family member, a vulnerable person, or pet in another household, or to care for livestock kept at a location other than an individual’s home.
- To seek medical care o Individuals experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 must self-isolate until their symptoms cease or until they have a negative test result.”
March 22, Governor Polis signed an executive order directing all of Colorado’s non-critical employers to reduce their in-person workforce by 50 percent and identifies critical business or operations that are exempt.
Eagle County’s Public Health order preceded the state’s and contains the same elements but did not use the terminology ‘stay-at-home’ in the order. Eagle County order from March 13 was the first in Colorado, as was the emergency declaration on March 7. March 18, the order was revised to implement the same aggressive actions of the recent stay-at-home orders, ahead of most other communities.
Cordillera Metro District and Cordillera Property Owners Association remain committed to safeguarding the health and safety of our community, team, vendors and all of our families and compliance with the orders at this time.
We continue to provide the following essential services:
- Public Safety: Gate access, patrols and response to calls (contact 970-926-2335).
- Community Operations: Rotation schedule for road and facility maintenance.
- Administration and Recreation: We are conducting business via phone 970-926-1923 or email email@example.com and all employees are working from home or following proper social distance guidelines.
- Post Office: Essential services being provided from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Weekly premium forwards will continue to be sent on Fridays. If you are not in town and would like this option, please call 970-926-1923 or email firstname.lastname@example.org; include your name, phone number, Cordillera address and forwarding address. Staff will contact you with payment options. Call 970-926-1637 to have your mail and packages bundled and set out for easy pick up.
- Equestrian Center: Essential services for horses but closed to public and boarders, except for scheduled care for horses including exercise.
If you have questions about COVID-19, call the CO HELP Hotline at 877-462-2911. For local updates, visit www.ECEmergency.org.
Check out Eagle County’s new community forum One Valley Voice www.facebook.com/OneValleyVoice.
If you need assistance, please call our administration office at 970-926-1923 and we will do our best to help.
Please be sure to take good care of yourselves and your loved ones.