Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Last updated: Nov. 23, 2020 at 5:52 p.m.

Larimer County will move to Red on Tuesday, Nov. 24 at 5 p.m. Counties will move between levels based on the metrics and will work with the state to ensure unique local factors are considered. For up to date COVID-19 information for Larimer County click here

Facility Status
Town Hall  Virtual or by Appointment Only  
Planning  Virtual or by Appointment Only  
Municipal Court Virtual or by Appointment Only  
Library Open for curbside pickup, scheduled appointments, limited hours for technology use
Recreational Programs Virtual
Wellington Squad - Larimer County Sheriff's Office  Open for walk-ins 
Senior Center Closed, but senior van is operating
Dog Park Open
Playgrounds/ basketball courts/ ball fields/ disc golf/ tennis courts Open
Skate Park Open
Splash Pad Closed for the season 

Poudre School District Services

All PSD schools and grade levels will be in Phase 1: Remote Learning Monday, Nov. 23, through winter break.  

  • No cost for meals:  Meals are currently free through the 2020-21 school year, as part of a U.S. Department of Agriculture school district reimbursement program. Parents are encouraged to still apply for free and reduced-priced meals, which helps with school funding (apply on the Free and Reduced-Priced Meals website).
  • Designated school and mobile sites: Sack meals are available to students (any child 18 or younger) 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday through Friday (on scheduled school days). People must wear face coverings and maintain social distancing at meal sites. See the latest list of meal sites below. 
  • When PSD is in Phase1 Remote Learning: meals will be available for students to pick up at designated school and mobile sites.
  • Special diet needs: For special diet needs, contact Becky Wiggins in the Child Nutrition Department at rwiggins@psdschools.org or 970-490-3348 to ensure meal modifications are available based on health plans. Please give two days notice. See allergy and ingredients in meals on the menu website.  


Meal Sites Starting Monday, Nov. 23

  • Students may get meals at any location regardless of where they attend school.
  • At PSD school and mobile meals sites: Please provide a PSD student name and ID number when picking up meals.
  •  Food Bank meal sites are open to all children 18 and younger - student ID numbers are not required.

Schools

  • Bacon Elementary
  • Bauder Elementary
  • Beattie Elementary
  • Bennett Elementary
  • Bethke Elementary
  • Blevins Middle School
  • Boltz Middle School
  • Cache La Poudre Elementary
  • Dunn Elementary
  • Eyestone Elementary
  • Fort Collins High School
  • Irish Elementary
  • Johnson Elementary
  • Kinard Middle School 
  • Kruse Elementary
  • Laurel Elementary
  • Lesher Middle School
  • Lincoln Middle School
  • Linton Elementary
  • Livermore Elementary (mobile meal site)
  • Lopez Elementary
  • McGraw Elementary
  • O'Dea Elementary
  • Olander Elementary
  • Poudre High School
  • Preston Middle School
  • Putnam Elementary
  • Red Feather Lakes (mobile meal site)
  • Rice Elementary
  • Riffenburgh Elementary
  • Rocky Mountain High School
  • Shepardson Elementary
  • Stove Prairie (mobile meal site)
  • Tavelli Elementary
  • Timnath Elementary
  • Werner Elementary
  • Zach Elementary

 





















Mobile Sites (PSD buses)

PSD meals:

  • 2025 N. College Ave.
  • 820 Merganser Dr.
  • 401 N. Timberline Rd.
  • Cloverleaf Community Clubhouse, 4412 E. Mulberry St.
  • Mummy Range at the Clubhouse

Food Bank meals:

  • Timber Ridge South @ Mailboxes
  • 1550 Blue Spruce (North of Transfort Stop)
  • 400 Hickory St @ Office
  • Airpark & South Court St.











Wellington Boys and Girls Club  

Students can go to the Wellington Boys and Girls Club (8445 3rd St., Wellington, CO 80549) from 4-6 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, between March 19 through March 27, to pick to up bagged meals. They may pick up two meals per daily visit. Meals will be distributed in a drive-up fashion in the parking lot on the south side of the building. The club is not open to the public.

Wellington Food Bank  

Residents can visit River of Life Church on Thursday’s  from  3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. and can drive up to have a box placed in their car. Delivery is available for people over 60 years of age, or with other conditions that make them high risk. Requests can be made at bit.ly/WellingtonResourceRequest

  1. Business Support
  2. NoCO Recovers
  3. Community Support

A Message from Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce and the Wellington CO Main Streets Program


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Dear Wellington Residents,


As the coronavirus outbreak spreads around the country, so does solidarity among people everywhere. For our

part, the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce and the Wellington CO Main Streets Program continue to look
at innovative ways to help and provide for our community. We would like to offer several ways that Wellington residents can help support local businesses during this challenging economic landscape:

  • Look for our yellow “Yes! We’re Open” signs on all businesses remaining open for full or partial service during the coronavirus outbreak.

  • Gift Cards – Gift cards are available at most Wellington business locations. Purchase cards in-store or online and use them at a later date!

  • Take Out and Curbside Pick-Up – Look for our new orange “Take Out and Curbside Pick-Up” available signs around Wellington. Most of our local eateries are offering take out or delivery options in lieu of having to close their dining rooms. For a full list of available take out restaurant options, visit the Main Streets website www.wellingtonmainstreet.org/covid-19

  • Growlers To Go - In addition to restaurant options, your local breweries will also be offering to-go options for your favorite beers!

  • Virtual Classes - Many of the local gyms are now offering virtual classes online to members and non- members. Follow your favorite gym on social media for updates and links to their digital resources.

  • Support your salons - Don’t cancel your personal care appointments unless you are sick. Many of your local salons are depending on you! Be responsible and call ahead with any concerns you may have.

  • Be Courteous - Be extra kind to your neighbors during this season, especially senior citizens who may need extra assistance. Be considerate when purchasing items that are hard to find and look for ways to help out your community.
  • Lastly, support local!!
We’re in this together! The Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce and the Wellington CO Main Streets
Program want to thank our community for their continued support. Follow us on social media
@WellingtonMainStreets and @WellingtonAreaChamberOfCommerce for daily updates on business
hours, event postponements and cancellations, and for continued business support. We are here to serve
our community and provide innovative ways to keep our business doors open.


Thank you,

Wellington, CO Main Streets Program
Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce