Safer at Home

Keep it Up to Keep COVID Down

Arapahoe County and the City of Centennial are under Level Orange Restrictions

Level Orange capacity limits include:

  • Indoor dining at restaurants with 25 percent capacity and 10 pm last call
  • 25 percent or 25 people, whichever is fewer, at gyms and fitness businesses
  • 25 percent capacity at offices
  • 50 percent capacity remains for retail businesses

Learn more on the Arapahoe County website.

The State released a dial to provide more clarity on how we open - or close - based on virus transmission levels. Learn about the dial. View our 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

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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Learn about the Dial

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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 Masks

Governor Jared Polis has asked that all Coloradans wear a non-medical cloth face mask 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