COVID-19 Business Information
Depending on the physical location of your business, it will determine which level your business can operate in.
Larimer County- Effective May 17, 2021 Larimer County is aligned with statewide Colorado public health orders and recommendations. There are currently no local public health orders related to COVID-19. Businesses may implement their own policies so long as they are meeting the minimum requirements set forth by the state of Colorado.
Weld County- Weld County has not issued any restrictions for businesses. Please click here for county guidance and data information.
Business Grants, Loans & Programs
Larimer County Personal Property Tax Payment Plan
Businesses located within Larimer County experiencing hardship paying their personal property taxes due to the COVID-19 pandemic reach out to the Larimer County Treasurer’s office to discuss payment plan options. Click here for more information.
SBA PPP & additional programs
Applications are currently being accepted for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) until May 31, 2021. PPP loans can be used to help fund payroll costs, including benefits. Additionally, funds can be used to pay for other business related expenses. Click here to get more information.
The SBA has several other relief programs to assist businesses impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic. Click here to get more information about which options are best for your business.
Colorado Revolving Loan Fund
The Colorado Revolving Loan Fund provides loans that help small to medium-sized Colorado businesses negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. These loans range from $5,000 to $750,000. These loans are intended to provide startup and working capital that will help create and retain jobs across the state of Colorado. Click here for more information regarding eligibility and how to apply.
NOCO Recovers provides up to date information on resources and programs available to businesses located in Northern Colorado. Click here for information.
Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE)
The Town of Johnstown encourages businesses to visit the CDPHE Business Resource page to find the latest mitigation guidance aimed at assisting your business as you reopen while ensuring your customers and employees are safe.
Colorado COVID Legal Relief (CCLR)
The CCLR was created to assist small businesses that need limited free legal advice regarding COVID-19 related issues with volunteer lawyers. Click here for more information regarding the CCLR and resources available to you. If you are a small business in need of legal advice please visit the website to complete the application. Keep in mind, completing the application does not guarantee you will be assisted.