Broomfield is in "the Blue."

On Monday, Broomfield County moved the COVID-19 dial down from "Level Yellow: Concern" to "Level Blue: Cautious." According to CBS Denver, Broomfield County is the first county in the Denver Metro area to move into Level Blue. Learn more at Broomfield.org/COVID.

If you're a resident of Broomfield or you're just a hopeful county neighbor, here's how Level Blue will affect you: 

  • Mask-wearing, social distancing, and not gathering in large groups are still in effect.

Restaurants, gyms, indoor events:

  • Operate at 50% capacity or up to 175 people inside (whichever is fewer)
  • Unlimited capacity outdoor
  • Last call is at midnight

Retail, office-based businesses:

  • No limit on the number of people

Organized sports:

  • Up to 50 people can play sports

Personal gathering:

  • Limited to 10 people from no more than two homes

Check out the COVID-19 City Council call with Broomfield's Public Health Director Jason Vahling:

No word on any more Denver metro area counties soon to follow Broomfield's "Level Blue." The OCN will keep you posted as new COVID Levels are put into effect.

Are you a Broomfield resident? How do you feel about these new operating guidelines? Let us know where you're going to go first in the comments.