COVID-19 Information Resources & Contacts

Summit County and its partners at the state and local levels have a variety of resources and contacts available for those seeking information or assistance.

COVID-19 Questions

Do you have questions about the COVID-19 outbreak for Summit County elected officials or Public Health staff? Send an email to covidquestions@summitcountyco.gov. We’re looking for every opportunity to hear your questions and concerns.

Public Information Line

Members of the public who have questions about Summit County’s COVID-19 response, or activities permitted under the current public health orders, can call 970-668-9730, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. On Saturday - Sunday, please leave a voicemail and contact information, and your call will be returned on Monday morning.

Emergency Blog 

For the latest local updates and community guidance from Summit County Public Health, visit the Summit County Emergency Blog. (Para información en español: visite el Blog de Emergencia.)

Media Inquiries

For media inquiries, call the CDPHE Media Line at 303-691-7870.

Short Term Rental Complaint Line

Under the current public health order, short term rentals are not allowed in Summit County. If you suspect that a property owner is conducting short term rental activity (defined as stays of 30 days or fewer), call the STR Complaint Line at 970-368-2044.

Public Health Order Violation Line

Under the current public health order, individuals and businesses must comply with a variety of health protocols, if you suspect an individual or business is not complying with these protocols and this is not an emergency, please call 970-668-8600.

Information Resources

For general information about COVID-19, call the Colorado Helpline at 303-389-1687 or 877-462-2911, or email COHELP@RMPDC.org for answers in English, Spanish (Español), Mandarin (普通话) and more.

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    The increased popularity of recreational shooting has prompted noise concerns from adjacent neighborhoods Read on...
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    Colorado Department of Human Services award tied to delivery of programs that help support Coloradans Read on...
  3. New Data Provide Insights Into COVID-19 Activity Among Visitors

    COVID-19 is present in the visitor population, but there is limited evidence of transmission to locals Read on...
  4. Summit County Launches Enhanced COVID-19 Data Dashboard

    An expanded dataset and interactive charts provide new insights into local disease activity and reveal Summit County's performance against state benchmarks Read on...
  5. Summit County Issues Amended and Restated Public Health Order

    Guidance remains unchanged and aligns with state order Read on...
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    Five cases reported among community members of employee housing building; all positive cases have been isolated and close contacts have been quarantined Read on...
  7. Peak One Drive to Close for Construction

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  8. Summit County Enacts Curfew for Restaurants and Bars

    Amended public health order closes bars and restaurants at 11 p.m., aiming to reduce mingling among patrons Read on...
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