💰 Want to save your business money and reduce plastic waste? Here are some simple changes that can have a big impact in Fort Collins! 💪
For customers, when you support local businesses you can help reduce waste by skipping single-use plastics like silverware and lids or by bagging your groceries at your car. Small changes have even bigger impacts when we're all pitching in! 🙋🏾♀️🙋🏼♂️
Want to learn more about how to reduce waste? 💡 Check out ourcity.fcgov.com/plastics.
National agricultural leaders to speak at biosecurity infectious disease symposium
Biosecurity Infectious Disease Symposium: #ColoradoState and the Coalition for Epi Response, Engagement and Science will host a virtual symposium on Jan. 28.
Topics like pathogen outbreaks in the agricultural sector, the COVID-19 pandemic and more will be discussed by industry leaders at the virtual event.
Biosecurity, infectious disease and the animal-human interface will be the spotlight of the CERES symposium on Jan. 28.
Looking to get rid of unused or unwanted medications? You can safely dispose of …
Looking to get rid of unused or unwanted medications? You can safely dispose of them in our lobby kiosk Monday through Thursday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. It’s free and easy, plus you can feel good about thefact that you‘re keeping chemicals out of the landfill and local water system. Clean out your medicine cabinets and stop by the police station at 2221 S. Timberline Rd.
*We can’t accept sharps, mercury (thermometers), oxygen containers, pressurized canisters, chemo/radioactive substances, or illicit drugs.
PSD does not control the supply, availability, or distribution of COVID-19 vacci…
PSD does not control the supply, availability, or distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment has been receiving limited doses and is working to distribute those,according to the state’s tiered distribution plan. They are currently working through the 1A and top of 1B tiers, vaccinating frontline healthcare workers, first responders, and people ages 70+. After LCDHE contacted PSD to say that vaccines were available for PSD’s nurses, we are excited to share that 14 school nurses received their first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine today!
The vaccine is not yet available to all district personnel or educators until LCDHE is able to move onto those who are eligible in the second tier, “below the line” phase of 1B, which is anticipated to begin later this spring. The phasing timeline relies on the State of Colorado and counties receiving an adequate supply of the vaccine.
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