Adams County is Safe & Open

Make the Safe & Open Pledge today!

June 4, 2020 – The Adams County Business Recovery Taskforce along with Adams County Regional Economic Partnership developed the Safe & Open campaign to help Adams County businesses communicate widely to the community regarding health and safety best-practices adopted in response to COVID-19. 

The goal of this campaign is to offer a marketing opportunity and is not regulatory or punitive in nature. In support of the State of Colorado’s Safer at Home plan, the Adams County business community stands ready to move toward a thriving economic environment once again, while protecting against the renewed spread of coronavirus.

Take the Safe & Open Pledge

  1. Review the sector-specific guidelines for your business on the State of Colorado’s Safer at Home page. Also, review the Tri-County Health Department’s Safer at Home Guidance for Businesses. Please continue to check guideline updates to ensure your business remains compliant. Note, on July 8, the Tri-County Health Department announced it will draft a Public Health Order requiring the use of face masks in Adams County (communities can opt-out), watch the TCHD website for updates.

 2. Make the Safe & Open pledge HERE

 3. Upon completion, you will receive a link to access a Dropbox folder to download the branding assets that will help you communicate your Safe & Open status.

4. Additionally, your business will be listed on the Adams County Safe & Open Pledge map of Adams County’s COVID-19 website. This message will be shared widely via social media, public relations, and more.

Our role is simply to support and assist member businesses going forward by providing a marketing platform by which each business can highlight its safety efforts during this time. Each participating business is responsible and accountable for its own actions, efforts, and representations made in connection with the SAFE & OPEN campaign. The Adams County Regional Economic Partnership and the Adams County Business Support Task Force cannot and does not guarantee that any particular business is (or will be) employing or undertaking any particular safety measures, nor will the Adams County Regional Economic Partnership and the Adams County Business Support Task Force be held responsible for the same.