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COVID-19 is the infectious disease caused by the novel coronavirus.  
The coronavirus disease 2019 is new and causes respiratory illness in people and can spread from person to person. 
This dashboard provides information, maps and resources about the coronavirus response in our local area.
  1. News & Events
    What's happening in Glenwood Springs
  1. ¡Las clínicas de vacunación contra la gripe al aire libre ya comenzaron!

    Es posible tener gripe y COVID-19 al mismo tiempo. Defiende tu salud y vacúnate contra la gripe. Se aceptan Medicaid, Medicare, Parte B, CHP+, RMHP, BCBS y UHC Costo sin seguro medico $ 15 para niños, $ 25 para adultos. Read on...
  2. Leaf Drop-Off en Glenwood Springs

    Ahora hasta el 15 de noviembre, los residentes de Glenwood Springs pueden dejar sus hojas caídas en los antiguos terrenos de rodeo, adyacentes al aeropuerto. Read on...
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Grizzly Creek Fire

Please visit https://www.facebook.com/GrizzlyCreekFireCO  for up to date information on the fire.

You can also sign up for Garfield County alerts at GarCo911.com.

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STAGE 1 Fire Restrictions


  1. Recent News
  2. Upcoming Events
  1. Garfield County Outdoor Walk Up Flu Clinics

    Accepting Medicaid, Medicare Part B, CHP+, RMHP, BCBS, and UHC Garfield County Public Health. Cost without insurance is $15 for children and $25 for adults, $60 for high dose vaccine. Read on...
  2. CONE ZONE: Sayre Park Construction Continues

    Phase 1 Sayre Park improvements are continuing the week of October 12, 2020 as part of the Sayre Park Master Plan. Read on...
  3. Leaf Drop-Off in Glenwood Springs 10/12-11/15

    Now through November 15, residents of Glenwood Springs can drop off their fallen leaves at the old rodeo grounds, adjacent to the Airport. Read on...
  4. Glenwood Springs Police Department Participates in the Pink Patch Project

    The Glenwood Springs Police Department is proud to partner with over 150 public safety agencies across the country to promote Breast Cancer Awareness. During the month of October, look for GSPD uniformed personnel to be sporting pink shoulder patches. Read on...
  5. CONE ZONE: South Hyland Park Drive Water line Replacement Project October 7 through 30, 2020

    The City of Glenwood Springs will be replacing the water line beneath South Hyland Drive starting October 7, 2020 through October 30, 2020. South Hyland Drive will be closed to through traffic with limited access to businesses and parking. Read on...
  6. Glenwood Springs Watering Restrictions

    Due to Grizzly Creek Fire Impacts, Glenwood Springs Needs Your Help Conserving Water. Read on...
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