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EMERGENCY ORDER: Starting July 9 masks are required inside Englewood businesses, government offices and public transit. VIEW HERE

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Recovery Center VIEW HERE

The 2020 SunSET Concert Series has been canceled.

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CITY OF ENGLEWOOD'S EMERGENCY MASK ORDINANCE

As a point of clarification, enforcement of the City’s emergency masking ordinance will begin, first and foremost, with education and a warning. While the emergency order includes boilerplate language referencing other penalties, this language is part of EVERY Englewood ordinance that includes any form of enforcement so that any defendant violating an ordinance will know the maximum penalty the judge might impose should he/she choose to go to trial. In the instance of the emergency mask order, the penalties are clearly outlined as:

 

First violation : $15 fine

 

Subsequent violations: $25

 

The goal is not to issue citations, it is to educate people so they will understand their responsibility to protect their neighbors from this virus by wearing a face covering when inside public spaces so Englewood can continue reopening and moving past this health crisis.

VIEW THE ORDINANCE

 

CITY CENTER CINEMA'S NOW PLAYING: SING

The City of Englewood will host a FREE movie night Saturday, July 18 and you’re invited! Drive-up and enjoy the movie ‘Sing’ from the comfort of your car. Gates to the upper deck parking lot of the Englewood Civic Center will open at 7 p.m. and we’ll light up the big screen at dusk. Space is limited and reservations are required.

LEARN MORE HERE

 

2020 COMMUNITY REPORT: ENGLEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT

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2020 COMMUNITY SURVEY

We want to hear from you! The City of Englewood and the National Research Center are conducting a random and scientific sample of 1,700 households to learn residents’ opinions on quality of life in our community. Citizens will be asked to voice their thoughts on local policies, demographics, ratings of local government services and more. Surveys will be distributed soon. If you receive one, we hope you’ll share your thoughts with us. The deadline to return is July 31.


All residents are encouraged to participate in the survey at englewoodco.gov/2020-community-survey.

  

DRINK OUTDOORS IN DOWNTOWN ENGLEWOOD

You can now purchase to go alcoholic beverages from bars and restaurants in downtown Englewood and enjoy them on sidewalks, in alleys, in Little Dry Creek Park and more. Per State and City guidelines, just purchase a drink to go (plastic cups only) from a downtown bar or restaurant along with a meal or light snack, hold on to the receipt, and enjoy it while strolling beautiful downtown Englewood. Click here to for the map of the public consumption area.  Read the executive order, which went in to effect on June 12. 

 

An additional area has been added to Englewood's public consumption area.  Click here for the map of the public consumption area.  Read the executive order, which went in to effect on June 26.

 

STREET SWEEPING STARTS JUNE 15

Learn more HERE

 

MAYOR LINDA OLSON AND POLICE CHIEF JOHN COLLINS RESPOND TO THE DEATH OF GEORGE FLOYD

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COVID-19 RECOVERY INFORMATION & OPENINGS

Visit our Coronavirus Recovery Center

 

BUSINESS RESOURCES: COVID-19 TEMPORARY OUTDOOR SEATING EXPANSION  

The City of Englewood is creating a temporary program to allow restaurants (to include coffee shops, bakeries, food trucks, etc.) and bars to operate in outdoor settings adjacent to their businesses. Learn more and apply HERE.

  

COVID-19 INFORMATION & CANCELLATIONS
Visit our Coronavirus Resource Center

 

SUNSET CONCERT SERIES CANCELED

For the safety of our citizens, SunSET Concert Series has been canceled. We worked closely with the Tri-County Health Department in order to make this decision.

  

ENGLEWOOD CITIZEN SUMMER 2020 EDITION IS NOW AVAILABLE

View it HERE

  

LIQUOR & MARIJUANA UPDATES:

Independence Day and Executive Order Guidance and Safety Measures: Updated on July 1, 2020

 

Public Consumption Area 1 Emergency Order
Public Consumption Area 2 Emergency Order

 

Liquor Update 6/27/2020 Extending Executive Orders D 2020 011, D 2020 029, D 2020 052, D 2020 084, and D 2020 093 Concerning the Temporary Suspension of Certain Regulatory Statutes Due to the Presence of COVID-19

 

COVID Temporary Modifications LED - BULLETIN 20-07 

Liquor Bulletin Update 4-30-2020

Regulation 47-1101. Delivery and takeout sales authorized under executive orders(s)

Take out label

 

TIME FOR TAKEOUT - View the List HERE 

Thank you to the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce for their help with this page.

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