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Please see this important info from City and County of Broomfield. While the mo…

Please see this important info from City and County of Broomfield.
 While the mo... 1

2020-11-04 20:28:51

Please see this important info from City and County of Broomfield.

While the move to Safer at Home Level Orange is not expected to immediately change the way BVSD schools are operating, we are continuing to work closely with our partners in public health and will follow their recommendations.

Please help us to #StayTogetherBVSD by taking these simple actions:
– Stay home if you feel ill – many positive cases report having very minor symptoms (headache, congestion, a scratchy throat).
– Limit interactions outside of your household
If you do have to venture out:
– Wear face coverings
– Socially distance, whenever possible
– Wash your hands often



The State of Colorado has moved the City and County of Broomfield into Safer at Home Level Orange in an effort to reduce the alarming spread of COVID-19 in Broomfield, the metro region, and state. This change is effective November 6.

What does this mean for gatherings, residents and businesses?
• Gatherings are limited to 10 people or less, and from no more 2 households max.
• Retail, office based businesses limited to 25% capacity.
• Personal services and gyms/fitness centers are limited to 25% capacity, or up to 25 people per room, whichever is fewer.
• Indoor restaurant seating, places of worship and indoor events are limited to 25% capacity or 50 people per room, whichever is fewer.
•The Broomfield Community Center, Paul Derda Recreation Center and Broomfield Library are limited to 25% capacity, or 25 people per room. Please see B-REx.com for more information on hours and appointments.

Visit Broomfield.org/COVID for a full list of capacity restrictions, what you can do to Reverse the Trend, and to submit questions or view frequently asked questions.



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City’s Retail S.O.S. / Boulder Bonus Bucks Program to Incentivize Shopping Locally Has Sold Out in Less Than One Week

City’s Retail S.O.S. / Boulder Bonus Bucks Program to Incentivize Shopping Locally Has Sold Out in Less Than One Week 2

2020-12-04 18:49:56

The Retail S.O.S. / Bonus Bucks Program to support local retailers and incentivize shopping locally this holiday season has sold out in less than one week. http://ow.ly/CtJP50CDbQp

City’s Retail S.O.S. / Boulder Bonus Bucks Program to Incentivize Shopping Locally Has Sold Out in Less Than One Week

Boulder Bonus Bucks cards must be spent by Dec. 30, 2020; Boulder Gift Cards do not expire.

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Our brand new Culinary Center has been recognized as a 2020 Innovator by Foodser…

Our brand new Culinary Center has been recognized as a 2020 Innovator by Foodser... 3

2020-12-04 17:45:29

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Our brand new Culinary Center has been recognized as a 2020 Innovator by Foodservice Equipment Reports magazine in their December issue! In case you missed it we also have this wonderful video to give you a look inside the new center: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nor1WuW_33s

We’re honored to be recognized as a 2020 Innovator by Foodservice Equipment Reports magazine in their December issue. Check out the full article which overviews our new Culinary Center and its innovative approach to scratch-cooking on a large scale: https://www.fermag.com/articles/2020-innovators-colorado-school-district-equips-for-healthy-meals/

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Keeping indoor air clean can reduce chance of spreading coronavirus

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2020-12-04 17:43:56

“I am an indoor air quality researcher who studies how to reduce the transmission of airborne infectious diseases.” Hear more from Shelly Miller on her expert advice to reduce the chance of spreading coronavirus in her latest article in The Conversation.

Keeping indoor air clean can reduce chance of spreading coronavirus

Being indoors with other people is a recipe for spreading COVID-19, but removing airborne particles through proper ventilation and air filtration can reduce risk. Professor Shelly Miller shares on The Conversation.

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