Housing & Human Services locations in Boulder & Longmont are closed until Feb. 13. Call 303-441-1000, text 303-441-1069

Boulder County Closures and Cancellations

COVID-19 Closures & Cancellations

Some Boulder County services returned in-person on June 1 (read announcement). Those services that are now available in person are by appointment only. Most services are still being provided online or over the phone.

These measures are being put in place to help reduce the rate of transmission. This protects the integrity of our health care system and our most vulnerable populations.

County staff who are still able to work remotely will continue doing so, which may delay responses to general inquiries.

Boulder County has compiled a list of services accessible online at Online Services page.

For updates related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), go to COVID-19 page.

Resources for those affected by COVID-19 can be found on the COVID-19 Resources page.

All Assessor’s Office locations (remote offices in Longmont and Lafayette, as well as the main location in Boulder) are closed until further notice. Please call or email with your questions or to reschedule appointments at 303-441-3530, or Assessor@BoulderCounty.org.

Elections Division

  • Closed to in-person services.
  • Staff is working remotely and will respond to email inquiries (Vote@BoulderCountyVotes.org) and voicemail messages: 303-413-7740.

Motor Vehicle Division

  • Closed to the public.
  • Most services are available online including: registration renewal / tag renewal (even when expired or in the grace month), duplicate registration or title requests, address changes, disability parking, replacing license plates, and more.

Recording Division

  • Closed to in-person services.
  • Staff is working remotely and will respond to email inquires (recording@bouldercounty.org) and assist with recording needs that can happen online, such as recording a document, searching records, etc.
  • No Marriage Licenses are being issued at this time.

The Boulder County Community Planning & Permitting Department physical office is CURRENTLY CLOSED to the public. Most staff members will continue to work from home until further notice.

Online applications for both Planning Reviews and Building Permits are now available at www.boco.org/CPP-application-submittal

Please email the appropriate area in our department with questions or for more information:

General inquires may be submitted via the Ask A Planner form, or call 303-441-3930 to leave a message for staff.

When the office does reopen, measures will be implemented to protect visitors and staff. Some of those measures may include limiting public access to the building, adjusting hours, and continuing to provide many services remotely.

We thank you for your adaptability in this time.

Area Agency on Aging
Boulder County Area Agency on Aging will continue to provide services remotely. Community events, trainings, and classes have been canceled. Meal services are no longer site-based.
For more information about nutrition programs, call: 303-441-4995.
For general inquiries about Aging Services, email: bcaaa@bouldercounty.org or call: 303-441-3570.

Community Action Programs
Community Action Programs has canceled all March programs and events including People Engaged Raising Leaders’ leadership 101 program and Personal Investment Enterprise (PIE) March workshops.
For more information about CAP programming, call: 303-441-3975.

Community Justice Services
Community Justice Services will continue to provide all essential services. All client appointments are being conducted via phone. Walk-in services are not permitted at this time.
For CJS assistance and scheduling, call: 303-441-3690 (Boulder) or 303-682-6854 (Longmont).
For information about Pretrial Supervision, email: PTSMonitoringreports@bouldercounty.org.

Boulder County Head Start
Boulder County Head Start has closed programs at all locations through March 27 in conjunction with the school districts.
For more information about Head Start, call: 303-441-3980.
For 2020-2021 enrollment information or registration, email: hsenrollment@bouldercounty.org.

Workforce Boulder County
Workforce Boulder County services and appointments are being conducted remotely. Offices are closed at this time. In-person trainings and community education classes have been canceled.
For general questions about Workforce Boulder County services, email: workforce@bouldercounty.org or call: 303-413-7555, 720-864-6600, or 720-618-7184.

The District Attorney’s Office at the Boulder County Justice Center will remain open, but an appointment is required to enter the building. Please contact the general number, 303-441-3700, if you require assistance.

Court operations in Longmont are suspended through April 17. The Longmont Courthouse is closed to the public. Any Longmont court proceedings will be handled in Boulder at the Justice Center.

All preliminary hearings will be pushed back past May 31. The Court will make a finding of good cause to delay all preliminary hearings.

All motion hearings and jury trials through April will be pushed back to dates after May 1. Rescheduling will be set based on custody status, level of offense, witness issues, speedy, etc.

All out-of-custody trials will be pushed back further into the summer in order to address the backlog and in-custody cases.

  • All parks and trails are open, expect those closed due to muddy conditions.
  • All hikes, events, and meetings have been canceled through May 31.
  • The Ron Stewart Parks & Open Space building is closed.
  • The Boulder County Fairgrounds is closed.
  • The CSU Extension Office is closed.

Communicable Disease Programs


Beginning Monday June 1, 2020, the Boulder County Public Health Immunization Program will provide immunizations for infants, toddlers, and children by appointment only.*

Due to COVID-19, we are not able to accept walk-ins at this time. There is no staff available to make appointments in-person.

Please contact the Immunization Program at:

303-413-7799 or PHIMM@bouldercounty.org

*Boulder County Public Health will prioritize appointments for infants and toddlers ages birth-two.


Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Works program services in Boulder County have been modified.

Calling ahead for harm reduction services is highly recommended.

1735 S. Public Road
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. beginning Tuesday, June 2.
Call ahead: 720-564-2708.
This location requires all people to be assessed at a triage tent outside the main entrance prior to parking for Works services.

515 Coffman St., Second Floor
Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. beginning Tuesday, May 26.
Call ahead: 720-864-6515.

Public access to both buildings in Longmont and Lafayette is prohibited. Staff can be reached by phone and will deliver supplies outside for participants. A notice with directions for placing orders is available at both locations.

The Works office at 3482 N. Broadway St. in Boulder has been closed indefinitely.

Services are available for normal days and hours at Boulder County AIDS Project and Mental Health Partners. See locations.

Family Health Programs

Nurse-Family Partnership: Nurse-Family Partnership is conducting telehealth visits with all existing clients and continuing to enroll new clients via telehealth. Call Liza Patrick, Program Coordinator, at (303) 881-3778 with questions or to refer a new client. Referrals can also be submitted at https://bouldercounty.gov/families/pregnancy/nurse-families-partnership-program/.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC): All in-person WIC services have moved online and over the phone. New and current participants can reach us at boulderWIC@bouldercounty.org, 303-413-7520 (Boulder), 303-678-6130 (Longmont), 720-564-2706 (Lafayette) for ongoing services and support.

Children with Special Needs: The Children with Special Needs program is currently providing care coordination and resource support for children and youth with special health care needs by email and phone. If your family has coordination or resource needs please contact us at 303-579-4907.

Community Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)

Community members with questions about our Healthy Futures Coalition (HFC), Healthy Futures Youth Coalition (HFYC) and Communities that Care (CTC) Coalition should contact Allison Bayley at abayley@bouldercounty.org. Please note that coalition members will be contacted by our staff with information about upcoming virtual meetings and any meeting cancellations.

Coordinated Youth Systems meetings for March and April have been cancelled. Contact Allison Bayley (abayley@bouldercounty.org) for more information about this meeting or our Inspire Youth Connections program.


GENESIS staff are available from 8:00am – 5:00pm M-F. We are accepting referrals at this time via email or through our website and will continue to enroll participants in GENESIS and provide remote/telephone case management.

Staff are providing telephone, text and Facebook support to participants. Clients can contact us with questions regarding health care, well-being concerns, and parenting issues or if they need resources related to social services or educational concerns.

Parent Specialists will be able to assist GENESIS clients with scholarship support for online learning fees. Contact your Parent Specialist for scholarship assistance (see contact information below).

GENESIS Childbirth classes are on hold due to COVID 19. We recommend this childbirth video for pregnant women who cannot attend childbirth class: www.babycenter.com/childbirth-class

Community agencies can contact GENESIS staff if they have concerns about GENESIS clients or are having difficulty connecting with these clients.

Mary Faltynski, Coordinator mfaltynski@bouldercounty.org

Boulder Team: Teri Martinez tmartinez@bouldercounty.org

Lafayette Team: Evelyn Mouriz (Spanish speaking) Emouriz@bouldercounty.org

Longmont Team:

Patty Garcia (Spanish speaking) pgarcia@bouldercounty.org
Laura Hochman LCSW lhochman@bouldercounty.org
Laurie Houde RN lhoude@bouldercounty.org
Elia Barraza (Spanish speaking) ebarraza@bouldercounty.org
Kristi Carter kcarter@bouldercounty.org

Finally, if you know of parents in your community, consider supporting them directly. If you have extra diapers, formula or baby food (or can purchase these items) please consider donating these to your neighbors who may be in need.

Tobacco Education and Prevention Partnership (TEPP)

TEPP staff will be available to respond to any tobacco prevention or education needs that come from our community by email from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. M-F. Please note that all in-person school presentations are currently postponed until further notice. Contact Brittany Carpenter Bcarpenter@BoulderCounty.org and Vanessa St. Clair Vstclair@BoulderCounty.org with any questions.

The best resource for Boulder County residents to stay informed and updated on tobacco prevention is www.BoulderCountyTobaccoFree.org


GENERATIONS Youth and Parents Specialists are available from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. M-F by phone and email. In addition, staff can coordinate remote/virtual one on ones with families (parents and youth) to include communication updates regarding resources available to them that are individualized to their specific needs, especially Spanish speakers.

Longmont Parent Specialist: Yanina Gomez, ygomez@bouldercounty.org
Longmont Youth Specialist: Natalia Zamboni-Vergara: nzambonivergara@bouldercounty.org

Boulder Parent Specialist: Lourdes Mendoza, lmendoza@bouldercounty.org
Boulder Youth Specialist: Daniella Escobar, descobar@bouldercounty.org

Weekly teen groups will be offered virtual groups for social connection and support. GENERATIONS members will receive a link on Wednesday, March 18 for the virtual group session on Thursday, March 19. If this is method is successful this process will continue weekly for the immediate future.

All GENERATIONS Fun Nights and Community Service Learning Projects are cancelled until further notice.

LARC Coalition meetings are cancelled until further notice.

OASOS (Open and Affirming Sexual Orientation & gender identity Support)

OASOS staff are available by phone and email from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. M-F. Staff continue to be available to chat one-on-one for support by phone, videoconference or text. OASOS is also directing teens to Q Chat as a virtual LGBTQ+ support group resource.

Heather Crate: hcrate@bouldercounty.org
David Brena: dbrena@bouldercounty.org
Rachel Gellert: rgellert@bouldercounty.org

Current OASOS members will receive an invite to a group meeting this Thursday, March 19 from 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. which will be hosted through Zoom. This virtual youth group will also operate over spring break. New members are encouraged to connect through social media for registration and a link to these online youth group meetings.

Sign-up for our GSA Network emails here: http://bit.ly/oasosgsanetwork

Follow us on Instagram! @oasosnetwork. Content will be shared daily (M-F) to help folks feel connected. Instagram live sessions will be offered on a variety of topics such as self-care, LGBTQIA+ Q&A, stress coping tools, etc. The dates and times for these live streams have not been solidified yet.

Vital Records Services

Walk-in appointments are no longer available. We will still process mail-in or online portal requests for Birth Certificates at https://www.vitalchek.com/birth-certificates.

Roadways and Maintenance Services

Recycling and Materials Management

  • Hazardous Materials Management Facility, 19014 63rd St, Boulder, is closed indefinitely.
  • Nederland and Allenspark Transfer Stations will be operating at regular house, but view the full press release for more details about a change in process.

Boulder County Jail

Only professional visitors will be allowed at the Boulder County Jail, no personal visits will be allowed. Phone calls and video visitation will still be available for use, and can be scheduled with our phone vendor, Combined Public Communications at 1-877-998-5678 or at www.inmatesales.com.

Sheriff’s Headquarters

The headquarters lobby is closed to the general public. For resident who have fingerprinting appointments already scheduled, they will be contacted to reschedule the appointment. The office will continue to offer fingerprinting services that are mandated by the courts.

Ticket Payment

Residents can make online payments for summons, traffic tickets, civil, etc., online.

Records Requests

Records requests can be made online.

Public Safety/Emergencies

Deputies are still on duty 24/7. Continue to dial 911 for emergencies, or 303-441-4444 for non-emergencies. If you need assistance from the administrative offices of Sheriff’s Office, please dial 303-441-3600 during normal business hours.

Residents can look up and pay taxes online or call the Treasurer’s Office at 303-441-3520 with other questions.