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City hands out free face coverings to businesses

The city purchased 30,000 cloth face coverings and distributed them to city business owners

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CARES Act Emergency Grants for Jeffco Non-Profits

Nonprofits located throughout Jefferson County can apply for grant funding, up to $5,000

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City restaurants can expand areas of service

The City implemented a program to allow food and beverage service businesses to temporarily expand their areas of service

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City restaurants to reopen May 27 for dine-in service, with guidelines

Beginning Wednesday, May 27, the city will be working with local restaurants to facilitate their reopening, in accordance with updated guidelines from the state and county health departments.

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City to provide face coverings to local businesses

As Westminster businesses work to reopen, we strive to foster the economic health of our city while prioritizing the health and safety of staff and customers

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City requires face coverings in local businesses

Face coverings also required in Westminster when social distancing not possible

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Westminster’s Syncroness Recognized as a Top Workplace

For third year in a row, Westminster company recognized on Denver Post Top Workplaces list

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Safer-at-Home Order Starts May 9

Businesses should follow the order of the county they’re located in

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Reopening Playbook for Businesses

Checklists and guidelines to make your reopening process smoother

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Water Quality Tips for Reopening

Tips for businesses on how to clear or flush the water in internal water systems before reoccupying a building

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WestyRISE Business Grant will open for a final round of applications on Wednesday, May 6

Grants will be awarded on a first come, first served basis, subject to funding availability

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Updated Stay-At-Home orders for businesses

Westminster will remain under Stay-at-Home orders through Friday, May 8

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