A new dial for Protect Our Neighbors, Safer at Home, and Stay at Home.
During this pandemic, the State is working to make life as sustainable as possible, while ensuring we do not surpass our public health and health care capacities. Carefully maintaining the effective reproductive or R number at or below 1 helps prevent the exponential spread of the COVID-19 virus. Different levels of “openness” that are standardized at the county level will help maintain this delicate balance. This new framework recognizes unique local circumstances and uses an intuitive dial to visualize a community’s success in containing the spread of COVID-19. By increasing simplicity and predictability, we can give local communities another tool to make life amidst the pandemic more sustainable until we have a major breakthrough in testing, treatments, or a vaccine.This dial goes into effect Tuesday, September 15.
This link includes the current and updated public health orders issued by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE).
Safer at Home fast facts
People who are 11 years and older are required to wear a covering over their noses and mouths.
Stay at home as much as possible.
Practice good hygiene. Wash your hands frequently and don’t touch your face.
Wear a face covering or mask when you leave your home.
Connect with neighbors and loved ones virtually.
SCHOOL INFORMATION 2020-21 YEAR
At-home symptom screening tool. This will help parents and staff determine if they or their child should go to school.
A screening tool to determine who needs to be sent home from school if they get sick. This will provide direction for teachers and staff who encounter a student or other teacher/staff member who appears sick at school.
A tool to determine how long a person needs to stay home after staying or going home sick. This will provide information about when a person with COVID-19 symptoms can return to school depending on the level of transmission in the school’s community.
What happens to the contacts? A tool to determine if classmates or cohort members or close contacts of a sick person need to stay home.
Who is a close contact? A tool to determine who is a close contact in schools meeting specific criteria for disease prevalence, administrative capacity, and transmission risk mitigation strategies. This is not to be used in schools that are using small cohorts of students and staff where the same group of students and staff limit their exposures by staying together for more than one class period.
LOGAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT OFFICES are open to the public as of May 4, with restrictions. Click for a list of non-face-to-face options for conducting county business.
Some CITY OF STERLING offices and facilities are open with restrictions. Call 970-522-9700 for details.
LOGAN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is open with restrictions. Call 970-522-5070 for details.
CSU EXTENSION OFFICE is open with restrictions.
LOGAN COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES building is open with restrictions.
SAFER-AT-HOME fast facts and other information.
It is too late to mail, please drop off your ballot:
* 24/7 Drive-Up DropBox (located in the south parking lot of the Courthouse) Look for the flags!
* Bring it into the clerk's office at the Courthouse. There are election judges in the hallway to assist you.
Do you have questions regarding FOOD ASSISTANCE BENEFITS and other programs? Click here for a thorough list of resources and the answers to frequently asked questions.
The Family Resource Center outdoor food pantry located at 120 Main St., Sterling, is restocked often and remains available to all, 24/7.
The LOGAN COUNTY HERITAGE CENTER is offering a free volunteer service to older adults and high-risk adults to provide grocery shopping and errands. This service is for those who should be quarantined at home due to the coronavirus outbreak. To be matched up to a willing community volunteer OR to become a volunteer, please call 522-1237, Monday-Friday, between 8 am and 4 pm.
Guidance for PLACES OF WORSHIP click to read
STERLING REGIONAL MEDCENTER visitor restrictions
WAL-MART will be opening one hour early (6-7 am) every Tuesday for senior-only shopping.