Public Health Orders & Guidance

For information regarding past and current mask requirements, public health orders, and executive orders

Face Coverings

On February 3, 2022, the County Board of Health rescinded Resolution 21-06, removing the mask order requirement in public indoor places. This resolution does not address the requirement of masks in school settings. The new Resolution 22-01 and its language can be found here.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends wearing a mask indoors in areas of substantial or high community transmission.

Public Health Orders Pertaining to Schools & Childcare Settings

Please visit for information on COVID-19 protocols in the Clear Creek County School District.


Past Public Health Orders & Resolutions

05/21/2021 Board of Health Resolution 21-04 Rescinding Original CCC Mask Mandate

05/14/2021 State Executive Order D 2021 103 Requiring Face Coverings in Certain Settings

04/27/2021 Resolution 21-02 Establishing Phases for Reopening

04/15/2021 State Public Health Order 20-38 Establishing Limited COVID-19 Restrictions

04/04/2021 Governor's Tenth Amended Public Health Order 20-36 Establishing COVID-19 Dial

CLICK HERE to view Clear Creek County's current COVID-19 data.

CLICK HERE to view more past and current State Executive and Public Health Orders.

Local Emergency Disaster Declaration

On March 17th, 2020, Clear Creek County issued a Local Disaster Emergency Declaration, County Resolution 20-26, for the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 18th, 2021, the Board of County Commissioners issued Resolution 21-27, extending the local declaration through June 9, 2021. Declaring a Local Disaster Emergency activates response and recovery aspects of emergency and disaster plans, and qualifies the county for potential state and federal financial and other assistance.