The Jeffco Board of Health passed a public health order Monday evening that requires masks in public indoor spaces for those 3 years old and older. The order will go into effect Wednesday, November 24 and will remain in effect while the county is in "Substantial or...
Navigating Business: Assessing New Business Concerns in 2021
By Kami Welch, Arvada Chamber of Commerce President Over my almost eight years as the President at the Arvada Chamber of Commerce, I have monitored challenges that are impacting Arvada-based businesses through surveys, focus groups, and one-on-one engagements. These...
10 Tips to Thrive in a Level Clear Arvada
Level Clear dial status for Jefferson County and counties across the Denver Metro Area means a return to many of our favorite pre-pandemic activities, without restrictions. As more businesses and events return as usual in Arvada, keep in mind these tips to navigate a...
[Webinar Recording] Arvada Employment Law Webinar Series: Managing COVID
On April 14, 2021, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce and Arvada Economic Development Association hosted the first session of its Employment Law Webinar Series. “Managing COVID: To Vaccinate or not, Time Off, Unemployment and Return to Work” was presented by Chuck Passaglia, founder and president of Employment Law Solutions, Inc.
Below, find a video recording of the event and important resources related to the event.
Colorado to Open Coronavirus Vaccine Eligibility to Everyone 16 and Older on April 2
Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced on Monday that everyone in the state age 16 and older will be eligible for a coronavirus vaccine starting on Friday, April 2nd. The state had been planning to open vaccine eligibility to the general public in mid-April. Colorado will join a dozen other states across the country that have expanded eligibility to the general population.
Jefferson County Moves to Level Blue Effective Friday, February 26
Effective Feb. 26 at 6:00 AM, Jefferson County will move to Level Blue: Caution on the state’s Dial 2.0. The shift to Level Blue comes after the county’s one-week incidence and test positivity rates for COVID-19 have fallen into the designated metrics for this lower level of restrictions, and this trend has been sustained for a full week. In Jeffco, from Feb.17-23, we had a total of 531 cases of COVID-19, or 91.1 per 100,000 residents. The county has also seen decreased and stabilized hospitalizations due to COVID-19 during this time.