Visits will be by appointment only, with new health and safety protocols in place
On Monday, May 18, Arapahoe County will begin reopening its facilities to the public after being closed since late-March due to the coronavirus health crisis. Reopened buildings will operate under significant health and safety restrictions that are designed to protect the public and County employees by slowing the spread of COVID-19. These measures – which require customers to wear a mask and practice social distancing – will remain in place indefinitely, and the County will continually reevaluate its practices as new public health information, data and guidelines become available.
Most County services are available online, and residents should continue to follow safer at home guidelines and limit travel to help slow the spread of the virus. This includes any visits to County facilities, and residents should schedule appointments whenever possible rather than simply coming to a facility.
Note:Driver’s license and passport services will not be available