May 26: Statewide Public Health Order Extending Safer at Home
May 25: Statewide Safer at Home Guidance for Restaurants, Summer Camps, and Camping 
May 24: Statewide Safer at Home Guidance for Restaurants
May 22: Boulder County Public Health Extends Facial Covering Order Through June 30
May 21: New Map of COVID-19 Testing Sites in Boulder County (Interactive Map)

Residents are encouraged to visit Boulder County's COVID-19 page for more resources and to become familiar with current health orders.

Notice: Lyons Parks are Closed Until Further Notice

In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the safety of its residents, visitors, employees, and volunteers, Lyons parks facilities will be closed, beginning Saturday, July 18, 2020. Patrons will still be allowed to use the trail system and access the river, but group gatherings, picnicking, pop-ups, and congregating along river will not be permitted. Camping and shelter reservations will be honored. Read Full Release >>

Face Coverings

Always bring a face covering when visiting open space. Starting May 9, anyone older than 12 years old is required to wear a face covering anytime they cannot maintain six feet of distance from others outside of their household.
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This means, when visiting open space trailheads and/or passing others on trails, if visitors are at least 6 feet away from others they do not need to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth. However, if visitors reach 6 feet distance to someone else on the trail, they must put the covering snugly back over their nose and mouth. Remember to always bring a face covering!
Please review and learn how the State's or Boulder County's Stay at Home Order may impact you.

State Resources

For the latest updates from the State, visit


Lyons Town Hall

In an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19 in our community, Town Hall and public Town facilities are closed to the public. Please see the 'Closures' tab below for more information. For updates, continue to check back to this page, (, or sign up for the Town Newsletter eblast, at
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The Governor announced that he is asking all Coloradans to wear cloth face coverings when they go out of the house for essential functions like grocery shopping. Read the campaign's FAQs or visit for mask resources.

Support Local Businesses
The Lyons Business Community is comprised of primarily small, independently owned businesses. The Lyons Area Chamber of Commerce is working closely with the business community in leveraging creative methods to support our businesses. Visit the Chamber's Facebook or their News and Events page for business specials and measures being taken to lower the risk of spread. 

Lyons Businesses - Revolving Loan Fund
Businesses within Lyons planning area are encouraged to apply for the Town of Lyons Revolving Loan Fund (RLF), for an interest-free loan of up to $10,000. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, loan terms have been extended from eight months to twelve months, and the first payment due date has been deferred to July 15. Learn more and apply at the Revolving Loan Fund page.

At the March 16, 2020 Board of Trustees meeting, the Board took took additional action to provide relief to those impacted by business closures. The Town has suspended all utility shut-offs, and staff will work with residents who are struggling to pay utilities.

Boulder County Financial Resources
Visit Boulder County Community Services for financial resources for individuals and entities affected by COVID-19.

LEAF (Lyons Emergency Assistance Fund) will be providing five shelf-stable meals and extra snacks to all Meals on Wheels clients and some food pantry clients in the event of virus-related quarantine. The cost of this resource is $10 for each client served. If you can help cover this expense, please visit LEAF's website and make a donation. Lyons Community Food Pantry is seeking the following items:  
  • Canned meals (soups, chili, stew, ravioli, etc.) 
  • Kids snacks (fruit or apple sauce cups, individually-packaged snack items) 
  • Disinfectant wipes 
  • Dental hygiene items
St. Vrain Valley School District
To check the status of Lyons Elementary or Lyons Senior/Middle High School, visit

Cybersecurity researchers have reported a wave of fake COVID-19 tracker maps, aimed to infect computers with malware when opened. Hackers and scammers' tactic is to capitalize on people's fear of Coronavirus, by disguising malware ploys as COVID-19-related information. Please be extra cautious of scams during this event.

Mental Health Partners (MHP)  Resources
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