Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Effective June 1, we are under Level 2: Safer-at-Home. View more information on the Safer at Home page.
The City of Centennial is allowing limited public entry into the Centennial Civic Center by appointment only. Public is encouraged to continue using the online services that have been in place since the Stay-at-Home Order took effect in March as the Governor’s Safer-at-Home Order remains in effect.
Appointments will be available online Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, not Wednesdays throughout the month of June.
- Municipal Court will take appointments Monday mornings 8 a.m. – Noon and Tuesdays from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Request a court arraignment or a meeting with Courts.
- Building Services will take appointments Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Sales Tax will take appointments Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Community Development will take appointments Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Mayor Piko will start holding in-person, or virtual, appointments Tuesdays from 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. Request a meeting with the Mayor.
All of these services will continue to be available virtually and visitors are encouraged to remain Safer-at-Home. However if it is necessary to visit the Centennial Civic Center public occupancy will be limited in each area of the building.
Guidelines are in place for the public to safely enter the City building. Visitors are required to wear a face covering and complete a symptom screening upon entering the building. Appointments for limited in-person services are available to schedule online.
Schedule an Appointment
Once an appointment is scheduled, a confirmation email will be sent with the necessary information and instructions on what to expect during a visit.
Curious about the number of reported cases? Tri-County Health reports on the number of case updates for Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties. View case updates on the Tri-County Health website.
We are gathering information on support services and resources. Check back frequently to view the latest information.
Coronavirus: Get the Facts
Avoid the hearsay and rumors. The following agencies have dedicated web pages outlining facts and informational updates concerning COVID-19:
How is the City of Centennial Helping?
The City will keep doing what it does best:
- Focusing on the safety and well-being of the community and our employees.
- Continuing to deliver essential services such as public safety, snow/ice removal, road repair, and more.
- Managing the City’s resources in a fiscally responsible manner to help weather the current economic uncertainty.
- Preparing and planning for recovery now by working with local and regional partners.
- Providing timely and accurate information and opportunities for the community to get involved.
- Encourage the health and wellness of our community during and after this unprecedented challenge.
The City contributes funding to support:
- Meals on Wheels - Meals on Wheels delivers fresh meals five days a week to homebound adults and seniors.
- Project Angel Heart - Project Angel Heart prepares and delivers medically tailored meals to people living with life-threatening illnesses.
- Arapahoe County Emergency Homeowner Repair Assistance Program - This program assists residents with housing searches, referrals to rental assistance programs, eviction resources, homeless prevention services, and other housing resource questions.
- Centennial Small Business Loan Fund - The City of Centennial and Colorado Enterprise Fund (CEF) teamed up to establish a Small Business Loan Fund. This loan is a bridge to get small businesses to larger resources. Due to overwhelming demand for loans, the City is no longer accepting applications.
- Centennial Cares: Small Business Grants - In partnership with Arapahoe County, City Council directed $5 million for use in supporting small businesses. A maximum of $30,000 can be awarded per eligible business.
Other ways the City is helping:
- Centennial Tree Program - The City is offering home delivery for Centennial Tree Program participants.
- Senior Check In Program - The Senior Check In program enables a member of the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office to check on and learn about the well-being of isolated seniors. Older adults who join will receive a weekly call by a volunteer to make sure they're doing okay. The program offers peace of mind for relatives living out of the area, and lets seniors know someone cares.
- Remote Building Inspections - We offer remote inspections for occupied structures. This allows projects to continue and also ensures the safety of community members and staff.
This situation is unprecedented and continually evolving. Please continue to monitor the CDC, CDPHE, and TCHD websites for the latest information specific to COVID-19.