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Annex: 215 Raton, La Junta, CO
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Manzanola | Rocky Ford | Swink
The Otero County Courthouse is open on the north and drivers license doors only. All visitors to the courthouse MUST wear a face covering. Otero County staff is still available to assist you via phone. Please consult our PHONE DIRECTORY.
Click here for Coronavirus Updates from Otero County Health Department.
Follow this page for the latest updates on the Coronavirus from the Otero County Health Department and the Colorado Department of Public Health. All links will open PDF files in a new window.
Please Read: What To Do If You're Sick with COVID-19
CDOT wants to hear from you! Nobody knows Colorado’s traffic and transportation problems better than the people who are in it every day. Visit YourTransportationPlan.MetroQuest.com to tell us where problems exist and what CDOT’s priorities should be!
Please share the links to our website, survey, and video with your friends, family, colleagues, and on social media.
Also, we hope you will join us throughout the summer as we host a series of discussions at county meetings, telephone town halls, local community events, and online. A full list of our in-person and virtual public engagement activities can be found at the YourTransportationPlan.com website.
This page may serve as a point of reference for employees who are seeking information on what is covered in your Cigna health plan. Click on any of the links below to open the PDF documents in a new window, which you may download or print for your records. Please note: There have been some changes made to the 2020 plans. Please be sure to review the changes. The 2019 documents will remain available for download for your reference.
Please Note: Dental and Vision coverage is not offered under the Base Plan.
For immediate release from Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment:
New law amends Colorado Clean Indoor Act to ban vaping indoors
DENVER: Starting Monday, July 1, vaping will be prohibited indoors in most public places. The new law aligns smoking and vaping by adding vaping to the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act, which already prohibited smoking indoors in most public places.
The change comes as Colorado high school students are found to vape twice as much as the national average. Evidence shows that strong smoke-free policies reduce the likelihood that young people will start smoking.
The new law also increases the distance from public entrances where people can smoke or vape from 15 to 25 feet. Studies show to completely avoid exposing others to secondhand smoke in an outdoor area, a person who is smoking may have to move as far away as 25 feet. According to statewide surveys, outside the doorway to a building is the most common place Coloradans report “having to put up with” secondhand smoke.
“We all deserve clean air to breathe without having to worry about secondhand smoke or breathing in vape chemicals. It makes sense to align the law for e-cigarettes with traditional cigarettes,” said Jill Hunsaker Ryan, executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
The new law will help protect customers and service industry employees at restaurants and bars, for example, from the cancer-causing chemicals, heavy metals and nicotine that are in the vapor that comes from vape devices.
Otero County has amended its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Grievance Procedure and Notice on September 10, 2018. You may download the PDF here (link will open in a new window).