Teller County Board of County Commissioners Respond to Governor's Stay at Home Order
As County Commissioners, we are always concerned about the health, safety and welfare of our citizens, for those who live, work, and travel in our beautiful County.
Those words – health, safety and welfare – have now taken on new meaning and require us to stay in our homes and work from home, unless we are engaged in Necessary Activities and Necessary Travel as defined in the Order. We recognize the burden the Governor’s order places on each of us. But we are confident our County residents will be responsible, for their own health and the health of others. Thank you to the many dedicated people who are working in government, business, and non-profit organizations to see us through this crisis. Our Teller County incident response team is fully deployed and will continue to provide critical local government functions.
We urge everyone to continue to stay informed. Heed the advisories issued by credible sources, stay in contact with others by telephone or other electronic means to communicate your needs, and do your part. Care for one another as you always have, and we’ll get through these challenging times.
Marc Dettenrieder, Bob Campbell, Norm Steen
Teller County Board of County Commissioners
TELLER COUNTY CONSOLIDATED INFORMATION FOR COVID-19
Teller County, this is your one place to go in order to be updated on all local information on the pandemic known as the Coronavirus or COVID-19. Teller County Officials care about our citizens and want them to have the most updated and complete information as soon as it is released. We are on top of this pandemic and will not stop until this has passed.
To expedite medical assessment and care to you and your loved ones in case they need to call 911 arises in a medical emergency, local EMS workers have teamed up with “WhatsApp” to improve services and safety.
Please take the time now to download the application called “WhatsApp” on your cellular device. To download this application, click on the app image to the left. Please do not wait to do this; it must be done right away because you never know when an emergency might strike. If you are not able to do this, care will still come to you, but additional services may not be available. Thank you for doing your part to keep the community safe and healthy!