Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center

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Jefferson County residents and visitors, including Lakewood, ages 11 or older must wear a mask or cloth face covering when in public settings -- both indoors and outdoors -- when unable to maintain six feet of social distancing. A similar order applies statewide for public indoor spaces. 

Important Messages

January 11, 2021: Sign up for notifications for COVID-19 alerts, vaccines, testing sites and more

January 4, 2021:


Ongoing: The new "CommUNITY" campaign connects people in need in Jefferson County with community resources and assistance amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Resources include food assistance, layoff support, unemployment assistance, work opportunities, housing, mental wellness support, childcare access, assistance for populations including pregnant women, children, and aging adults, and more. The campaign is an effort by Jefferson County Community Partners including public and private agencies. Information:

Recursos de la Comunidad de Jeffco incluyen asistencia con alimentos, apoyo para los que perdieron el empleo, asistencia de desempleo, oportunidades de trabajo, vivienda, apoyo al bienestar mental, acceso al cuidado infantil, asistencia a las poblaciones que incluyen mujeres embarazadas, niños, adultos de edad avanzada y más.


As Lakewood continues to respond to and manage the impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, the city has closed the doors to the Civic Center to ensure the safety of residents and city staff. The city is providing as many services remotely as possible, and residents are encouraged to access online or remote services as the safest, most convenient options. For in-person services, residents should call ahead to confirm that the service is available or call the main number at 303-987-7000.

Contact Us

Report concerns and questions online

Visit, our online customer service portal. Accepts comments 24 hours; closely monitored for timely responses.

Speak to someone in person

Call 303-987-7000


Dial 9-1-1

By order of Jefferson County Public Health and the Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Effective Dates: 8 a.m., March 26 through April 17