Information on COVID-19 is being developed and updated at a rapid pace. The following links from local community partners are great resources for assistance and information.
COURTHOUSE OFFICE OPTIONS
List of non-face-to-face options. The Logan County Courthouse will be open to the public on Monday, May 4 with restrictions. The public is encouraged to continue to conduct county business over the phone, online or by utilizing the drop-box.
See the list the businesses that remain open. This list if compiled by the Logan County Chamber of Commerce. If you need to update your information, please contact the Chamber at 970-522-5070.
Check out the list of "virtual" restaurants. Many eating and drinking establishments are now offering delivery, take out and curbside pickup for food and alcoholic beverages as permitted.
The Family Resource Center outdoor food pantry located at 120 Main St., Sterling, is restocked often and remains available to all, 24/7. (Donations of canned goods for the food pantry are always accepted.)
The Logan County Heritage Center is offering a free volunteer service to provide grocery shopping and errand running for older adults and high-risk adults who are quarantining at home. Call 522-1237, M-F, 8 am to 4 pm.
Check with Colorado Department of Labor - Unemployment for COVID-19 specific details for workers, information about unemployment insurance benefits and filing a claim.
STIMULUS PAYMENT FAQ
Frequently asked questions related to economic impact payments, commonly known as stimulus payments, which are part of the federal CARES Act.
KEEPING YOUR HOME DISINFECTED
This guide on Keeping Your House Disinfected covers information for both the flu and coronavirus, including what to do after returning from the grocery store, receiving packages and many other situations during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.