Please see homepage for local Covid-19 information.
Restaurants will be open for take away. As we get more information it will be posted here.
Western Rio Blanco Metro Rec & Park District As of March 17, 2020 we are closed to the public. We currently don’t have a reopen date but will keep you posted
Cedar Ridges is currently open to walkers. Pro shop hours will be 9am-5pm and limited to groups of 4 at one time. As the course dries out, carts will be allowed with new guidelines. Snack shop and bar will remain closed. Please call 970.675.8403 with any questions or concerns.
Library is closed
CNCC Workforce training and community programming - suspended indefinitely. For public safety, Colorado Northwestern Community College is suspending most workforce training and community programming indefinitely in our service area including Craig, Meeker and Rangely. If you’re enrolled in one of our non-credit classes, scheduled to teach a class or a manager with a training agreement, we’ll be calling with additional details about educational options, prorated refunds, and rescheduling. If you’re a degree-seeking student or for-credit instructor, important information will be provided via your CNCC email. For questions or updates about the workforce training and community programs, send us a Facebook message, email email@example.com or call us at 970-824-1109 or 970-824-1118.
COVID-19 BUSINESS RESOURCE INFORMATION
There are resources available in the Northwest Colorado Region that can help businesses experiencing economic distress and/or disruption with SBDC consulting, technical assistance services and loan fund assistance. Businesses seeking technical assistance or consulting regarding how to prepare and/or recover during an economic disruption should contact Erin McCuskey, firstname.lastname@example.org, and/or register for SBDC consulting here. Further assistance can be found in The Disaster Recovery and Continuity Guide for Colorado Businesses. Download the guide here.
AGNC is also working with other local and state partners for business assistance and will send more information as it becomes available. Below please find resources that may be helpful at the state and federal level.
The U.S. Small Business Administration
Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program
The SBA will work directly with state Governors to provide targeted, low-interest loans to small businesses and non-profits that have been severely impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The SBA's Economic Injury Disaster Loan program provides small businesses with working capital loans of up to $2 million that can provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing. Learn more here.
- SBA Disaster Assistance in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19):
- The SBA Guidance for businesses and employers, including access to capital, workforce capacity, inventory and supply chain shortfalls, and export assistance.
The SBA has created a clearinghouse of information
including resources on the following:
- Guidance for businesses and employers
- Access to capital
- Workforce capacity
- Inventory and supply chain shortfalls
- Export assistance
Find the SBA clearinghouse here.
Colorado Department of Labor & Employment
Resources offered from CDLE:
- Emergency Paid Leave Rule - This rule is meant to limit the spread of highly contagious disease and enables workers in at-risk occupations to access testing.
- Unemployment Insurance - During layoffs, all employees are encouraged to apply for unemployment insurance. Those who are job-attached (meaning workers will be expected to return after a separation of up to 16 weeks) should file as "job-attached."
- Work-Share Program may allow certain employees who have had reduced hours to claim partial unemployment benefits.
Colorado Municipal League
The Colorado Municipal League has compiled a clearinghouse of best practices and sample resources including:
- Action/Response Plans
- Council Agendas
- Contagious disease policies
- Emergency Declarations/Orders
- Emergency Ordinances
- Municipal COVID-19
Find these resources here.
Small Business Development Center
The Disaster Recovery and Continuity Guide for Colorado Businesses was developed while working with Colorado businesses after the various fires, flooding and mudslides occurred around the state. It is designed as a working guide that will direct business owners and managers through the steps as you consider how to proceed post-disaster, as well as how to prepare for a possible threat or natural disaster. Download the guide here: https://www.
coloradosbdc.org/wp-content/ uploads/sites/4/2019/01/CSBDC- Business-Recovery-Guide.pdf
- Colorado Restaurant Association Policies and Protocols for the Colorado Restaurant Industry
- Environmental cleaning and disinfecting
- U.S. Department of Labor Offers Guidance for Preparing Workplaces for Coronavirus
- Pandemic Preparedness in the Workplace and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
- Division of Federal Employees' Compensation: Information on FECA Coverage for Coronavirus Disease
- Society for Human Resource Management: Coronavirus information and FAQs
Rangely is “A Great Place to Live”. It’s also a great place to visit, vacation and explore. The town of Rangely hosts excellent overnight accommodations and restaurants. We pride ourselves on making our visitors feel welcome and hope that your stay in our community is memorable.
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