Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center

EFFECTIVE MARCH 26 AT 6 P.M., THE GOVERNOR HAS ISSUED A STATEWIDE "STAY AT HOME ORDER" THROUGH APRIL 11. WHAT THIS STAY AT HOME ORDER MEANS:

  • CRITICAL BUSINESSES ARE EXEMPT FROM THE ORDER.
  • CRITICAL BUSINESSES MUST COMPLY WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIREMENTS.
  • IN PLACE THROUGH APRIL 11.

"THIS ORDER IS NOW THE LAW." - GOV. JARED POLIS.

For more information, please visit the Amended Public Health Order.

The Town of Monument is closely monitoring the developing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We working with the El Paso County Public Health Department, which is the local lead agency to deal with public health issues, as well as the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. 

Please visit El Paso County Public Health for ongoing, updated information on the COVID-19 situation in our community.

Monument Police Department

Throughout the COVID-19 emergency our police department is modifying procedures to reduce the spread of the virus. They will continue respond to calls on a priority basis and will do everything possible to deliver a high quality of service while minimizing the risk of community exposure. Please use MPDCOVID-19@tomgov.org to contact police with non-emergency information.

Additional Coronavirus (COVID-19) details for prevention, planning and preparation:

Tri-Lakes Cares is a local resource agency for residents who may need assistance during this time. 

Resources for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)