Thank you for your interest in the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce.

Statistics report that chamber members have the highest rated customer service in the industry.  Membership is a great investment in the future of Castle Rock, Douglas County and your business. See how you can get connected to our business community, Join Today!

Tri-County Health Dept Daily COVID-19 Update 4.30.20

  • As of 6:00 pm today, in TCHD's jurisdiction, there are 4,411 confirmed cases with 189 deaths.
  • In Colorado, there are 15,284 confirmed cases with 777 deaths.
  • In the United States, there are 1,067,289 confirmed cases with 62,870 deaths.
  • Globally, there are 3,249,667 confirmed cases with 232,936 deaths.*
 
 
 
 
Tri-County Health Department services that are currently open
 
  • Virtual COVID-19 call center has staff working remotely. Staff take calls and emails from providers, businesses, and the public that cannot be handled by CO-HELP. 303-220-9200, callcenter@tchd.org
  • WIC services and benefits are being processed for new and existing families by telephone.
  • Birth control/sexual health clinics at Aurora, Westminster and Englewood are still in operation. Appointments only. No walk-ins at this time. Patients only in clinics, no other guests allowed, including children. Clients are asked to wear masks or cloth face coverings, if possible, to their appointment. Clinics at North Broadway, Lone Tree and Castle Rock are closed until further notice.
  • Immunization clinics in Aurora East, Castle Rock and Westminster are open for limited services by appointment only and only for infants and toddlers up to 24 months.
  • Vital Records is open for issuing birth and death certificates.
  • Healthy Communities continues to provide help in applying for coverage and accessing care, specific to Medicaid and CHP+. Apply by phone at 303-363-3013. Eligibility, benefits and where to go for care can call 720-547-9449.
  • Harm Reduction and HIV Prevention Program continues to provide outreach services to people experiencing homelessness. 303-363-3034
  • Environmental Health staff are assisting childcare facilities as needed in providing CDC guidance. The State of Colorado is recommending that child care facilities stay open to support essential staff responding to COVID-19.
 
Continue to stay up-to-date by visiting covid19.colorado.gov and www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.
 

Welcome
New Members!

Upcoming Events