Safer at Home

We are under Level 1: Safer-at-Home. This means that Coloradans are no longer ordered to stay home, but are strongly advised to stay at home. Critical businesses are open and non-critical businesses are operating with restrictions.

September 15, the State of Colorado released a dial to provide more clarity on how we open - or close - based on virus transmission levels. Learn about the dial. View your county's level.

Testing Information

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- Find the latest information on:
  • free testing sites
  • testing dates and locations
  • things to know before you go
- Use the 211 site to find:
  • search for test sites on a map
  • scroll through a list of test sites
  • search for other resources on a map

COVID-19 Swab or Antibody Testing

Starting August 13, Arapahoe County and Stride are offering swabbing and antibody testing to individuals with or without health insurance. There will be no charge to individuals for testing. View flyer for details(PDF, 1013KB).


Cornerstone Park
5098 S. Windermere St.
North parking lot near the baseball fields

Date & Time:

Tuesday & Thursday
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
* until supplies are deleted

Please Register by:

- Texting COVID to 720-902-6398
- Signing up Online

Data and Resources

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Case Data for City of Centennial

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Case Data from the State of Colorado

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Symptom Tracker

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Safer at Home

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Information on Outbreaks from the State

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US & International Case Data

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Visit the Tri-County Health website to learn more.

Residents who suspect that someone is violating the order should contact their local public health agency, Tri-County Health (303-220-9200), to report any concerns.

Non-Medical Face Coverings

Governor Jared Polis has asked that all Coloradans wear a non-medical cloth face covering whenever they leave their home. Visit the Colorado Mask Project to learn how to make a mask using material you already have at home.

Note: The use of medical masks like N95 face masks should be reserved only for health care workers.

We Encourage You to Stay Connected

During the stay-at-home period, we encourage our communities to stay connected with one another and take steps to maintain health and well-being. Here are some ideas:

  • Call or video chat with friends, neighbors and family.
  • Go for a walk outside, but keep at least 6 feet away from others.
  • Plan a family game night with people who already live in your home.
  • Read a good book, listen to music or stream a favorite show.
  • Cook a healthy meal.
  • Get a head-start on spring cleaning.
  • Do arts and crafts — get creative and use what’s available in your home.
  • Check out additional activities on our 'We Are One Centennial' page.

We want to hear how you are staying safe and staying connected. Reach out to us on social media @CentennialGov (Facebook, Twitter). Tag us with #WeAreOneCentennial