ALERT: Colorado is on a statewide Stay-at-Home order (effective March 26-April 11) asking residents to stay home unless they are performing critical activities. All City of Commerce City facilities and rec centers remain closed to the public through April 17. Visit for updates.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

We understand the news about the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) may be creating concern and worry in our community. Our priority is keeping the residents of our community safe and providing accurate information.

Stay-At-Home Public Health Order

Updated 03/26/2020: Colorado is on a statewide Stay-at-Home order.

Learn more about the order and exemptions. View FAQs here.


All City of Commerce City facilities are closed to the public and these closures will continue through at least Friday, April 17. This schedule is subject to change, as the city will evaluate whether to reopen facilities to the public and resume normal operating hours after that time. Updates will be posted to this page.

The following buildings are currently closed to the public:

  • Civic Center (including Municipal Court), 7887 E. 60th Ave.
  • Bison Ridge Recreation Center, 13905 E. 112th Ave.
  • Buffalo Run Golf Course and Bison Grill, 15700 E. 112th Ave.
  • Eagle Pointe Recreation Center, 6060 E. Parkway Dr.
  • Municipal Services Center, 8602 Rosemary St.
  • Conter Heritage & Cultural Center, 6505 E. 60th Ave. 
  • Small Business Resource Center, 7270 Monaco St.

The city will post updates on facility closures on the city’s information line at 303-227-8776 and

Essential public safety services will continue and the city will continue delivering non-emergency operations and services to the fullest extent possible. Residents can contact the city by phone, email, or the reporting system for non-emergency programs and services.

To contact the city about regular business during the facility closure, please refer to the following list of department phone numbers:

  • City Attorney's Office: 303-289-8130
  • City Clerk's Office: 303-289-3611
  • City Manager's Office: 303-227-8808
  • Community Development: 303-289-3683
  • Economic Development: 303-289-3620
  • Finance: 303-289-3627
  • Human Resources: 303-289-3624
  • Information Technology: 303-227-8807
  • Parks, Recreation and Golf: 303-289-3691
  • Police Department: 303-287-2844
  • Public Works: 303-289-8150
  • City Main Line/General Inquiries: 303-289-3600

Municipal Court

The Municipal Court is closed to the public through at least April 20. All inquiries should be directed to

Rescheduled Dates

Original Court Date

Revised Court Date

March 12

April 20

March 18

May 4

March 19

May 7

March 25

May 13

March 26

April 20

April 1

May 6

April 2

May 7

April 6

May 4

April 8

May 18

April 9

May 14

April 15

May 14

April 16

May 7


  • If you were scheduled for 8:30 a.m., you are required to appear on the revised date at 8:30 a.m. 
  • If you were scheduled for 1:00 p.m., you are required to appear on the revised date at 1:00 p.m.
  • If you were scheduled at any other time, please arrive at 1:30 p.m.
  • Fines/Payments can be mailed or made at  You will need your summons number and date of birth.

Business Resources

We recognize the challenges that COVID-19 creates for our business community and consumers. Area grocery stores and retailers are working hard to restock shelves and are encouraging customers to shop responsibly and buy only what they need during this difficult time. In addition, the city, community partners, and consultants from the Commerce City Small Business Resource Center (SBRC) gathered a list of resources for businesses affected by the current health situation. Learn more at


Adams County Government 
Adams County School District 14
27J School District
South Adams County Water & Sanitation District
Anythink Libraries

Trash & Recycling

Republic Services is monitoring the COVID-19 situation to ensure superior service and support. Waste and recycle collection is an essential service according to the public health order and trash and recycling services are operating as normal. Please keep these tips in mind:

  • Bags, cardboard boxes, loose trash, and yard waste outside of either trash or recycling carts will NOT be collected to keep drivers’ exposure to a minimum.
  • All bulk collections have been suspended.  This is to prevent drivers from handling materials like couches, chairs, mattresses, bundles of brush, etc.
  • The Free Landfill Days can still go on as planned. The next Free Landfill Day is scheduled for May 30.

If you have any questions, please call Republic Services’ customer service at 303-286-1200.


City Council and Boards and Commission meetings are canceled through April 17.

All parks, recreation and golf programs and activities are suspended through at least May 4 and registration is closed for all programs and activities through April 20. Normal operations could resume April 17, but we encourage you to check back for updates. Refund information can be found here

Local Preparation and Coordination

Commerce City has created a COVID-19 Taskforce following guidance from local and state public health partners. Our priority is keeping the residents of our community safe and providing accurate information. We are monitoring the situation and are prepared to act if we have a reported case in our community. City staff is in close communication with the Tri-County Health Department and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) regarding COVID-19, more commonly known as the coronavirus.

Commerce City issued a Local Disaster Declaration on Wednesday, March 12. This declaration allows the city to effectively deploy resources and coordinate with federal, state, and county emergency agencies and public health agencies regarding response, recovery, and mitigation efforts. 

City leadership is working to ensure that measures are in place if we see a local outbreak with community transmission. Those measures may include virtual public meetings or cancelling city events or programs.

For data on Colorado’s COVID-19 testing results, including total test results completed, total positive results, positive cases by county, transmission type, and patient outcome, and number of hospitalizations and fatalities visit:


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment
Tri-County Health Department
211 Colorado

Stay Informed

Public Health Hotline

CO-HELP is Colorado’s call line for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). People who have general questions about COVID-19 can call CO HELP at 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911, for answers in many languages, or email them at for answers in English.

Safety Tips

The CDC recommends everyday preventive actions to stay informed and stay safe. Stay informed with reliable sources of information and share accurate information with neighbors, friends and co-workers, especially people who may have difficulty receiving or understanding the information. 

Community spread can mean a few different things.

  • Limited person-to-person spread (or transmission) means a person in Colorado became infected from a known exposure to another person in Colorado.
  • Limited community spread (or transmission) means there are cases and outbreaks in certain communities where people became infected, and we are unable to identify the source.
  • Widespread community spread (or transmission) means there are cases and outbreaks in many communities where people are spreading the virus to other people.
  • Be prepared for community spread of COVID-19 in Colorado.


  • Frequently and thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash, or use your inner elbow or sleeve.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Stay home if you’re sick, and keep your children home if they are sick.
  • Clean surfaces in your home, and personal items such as cell phones, using regular household products.


  • Don’t shake hands. Instead, bump fists or elbows.
  • When possible, increase distance between people to six feet to help reduce spread.
  • Consider whether you want to take a trip or attend public gatherings.
  • Follow CDC guidelines on travel.
  • If there is ongoing spread in your community, consider reducing the number of large group gatherings or activities.  
  • Discourage children and teens from gathering in other public places if school is closed.
  • CDPHE and CDC recommend canceling or postponing in-person events of 50 people or more.

Food Banks 

Operating Food Banks (as of 3/26/2020)

Adams County Emergency Food Bank
7111 E. 56th Ave.

Food Bank of the Rockies
6000 Victory Way

Impacto de Fe (World Impact) - Food Pantry
5155 E. 64th Ave.

Our Savior Lutheran Church – F.I.S.H Food Bank
6770 Monaco St.