Public Health

Contact Us

  • Phone: 970-328-8840

    Avon
    100 W. Beaver Creek Blvd. 107
    P.O. Box 3419
    Avon, Colorado 81620
    Phone: 970-328-9813

    Eagle
    551 Broadway
    P.O. Box 660
    Eagle, Colorado 81631
    Phone: 970-328-8840

    El Jebel
    0020 Eagle County Drive, Suite E
    El Jebel, Colorado 81623
    Phone: 970-328-9586

    Fax: 855-848-8829
    (all locations)

COVID-19

In response to the impact of COVID-19, Eagle County Government in collaboration with numerous partners in our community have consolidated many resources here to help you be better prepared, take actions to limit your risk, and take actions that help reduce risks within our community.

The Colorado Health Emergency Line, or CO Help, has been setup to provide information about COVID-19. Call 1-877-462-2911 with questions.

Eagle County's Public Health Order
Eagle County's Public Health Order - Spanish

Eagle County Business Toolkit

KEY RESOURCES
Local updates:
www.ecemergency.org
Community updates: www.facebook.com/onevalleyvoice
Community monitoring and self-reporting symptoms: https://rb.gy/tkloe9
Statewide case data:
https://covid19.colorado.gov/case-data
Transition Trail Map: https://bit.ly/2Zviqh0
Business Questions and Answers: https://bit.ly/2WLV32f

News Releases: https://www.eaglecounty.us/Communications/News/

COVID-19 Video Resources: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6864153

Community Resources
COVID-19 Relief Programs
Eagle River Valley Emergency Resources - English and Spanish       
Roaring Fork Valley Emergency Resources - English and Spanish
Safer at Home Guidance for Older Adults
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
CDC Clean & Disinfect Guidelines
Can I go to School
School Childcare COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine Protocol

Business Resources
Business Window Posters to Print
Eagle County Business Toolkit

Vail Valley Partnership Business Resources
Basalt Chamber Information and Resources
Eagle County Business Social Distancing Protocol
Eagle County Business Social Distancing Protocol - Spanish
Business Questions and Answers
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Information Specific to Healthcare Providers
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE)

Information about COVID-19
Information about symptoms, prevention, treatment, and travel precautions - CDC
Information about global response and prevention - World Health Organization

What to do if you think you have COVID-19

  • Stay home if you develop a fever, cough or shortness of breath. 
  • Self-report your symptoms: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc14Jm9GBJ7wJ3iQjvgdMukCJKXJ7GT9zEscQPHCgyDfajrnA/viewform
  • Wear a face mask (surgical mask if you have one) or cover your cough and sneeze.
  • Wash your hands frequently and don’t share personal items (drinking glass or utensils) with others.
  • Call your healthcare provider. Do not show up at a clinic, urgent care or the emergency department unannounced.
  • Your doctor’s office will assess your illness on the phone, which may include information or other guidance for you and household members.
  • Testing for COVID-19 is not a routine test. Your healthcare provider will work with local and state public health officials to determine who should be tested for COVID-19. All testing is currently limited to those with the highest risk of exposure.
  • Since many of the illnesses are mild, we expect most COVID-19 patients will be isolated in their own home to rest and recover. If possible, sleep in a bedroom and use a bathroom that is not used by other household members.
  • There is no antiviral treatment for COVID-19. Getting rest and drinking plenty of fluids will likely be helpful for recovery. Only the most critically ill will be hospitalized.