Information on Akron for Coronavirus COVID-19


Town of Akron's response to COVID-19 

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) becomes more widespread, the Town of Akron has prioritized keeping residents healthy and essential town operations functioning. Through much deliberation, the Town of Akron has opted to follow suit with other critical agencies in town that have high public foot traffic and opted for TOWN HALL TO BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL Thursday, April 30, 2020. 

As of Monday, April 27, 2020, PARKS are now OPEN!
While we want you to enjoy the outdoors and the parks, we ask that you DO SO RESPONSIBLY.  Keep in mind social distancing rules.

TOWN HALL will be OPEN to the public on Friday, May 1, 2020.  While some cities, towns, and counties in Colorado are setting their own standards, The Town of Akron is adhering to the guidelines set by the State of Colorado and Governor Polis for the Safer at Home program. 

Citizens are encouraged to follow the critical steps of the state, including:

  • Maintaining 6’ separation when possible
  • Sanitize all areas touched before you use and after
  • Practice good hygiene
  •  Avoid gatherings of 10 or more people
  • Encourages the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as cloth masks and gloves
  • If you are sick, please get the rest you need and stay home
Continued re-evaluation of circumstances will be considered, and new notices and information will be posted at:
Town Hall front windows
Town Website 
Payments for services may be made:
Pay My Bill page
on the phone (970) 345-2624 
or deposited in the drop box located to the right of town hall's front door
Highly encouraged and appreciated if contact would be limited. Pleae pay on-line, by drop box, or on phone if possible. Any questions please call (970) 345-2624 during business hours for assistance or direction.

COVID-19 And Town Services

As a part of the town's public health priorities, the staff is continually evaluating the effectiveness of our services. Regarding COVID-19 and the town's water and wastewater operations, the coronavirus has no impact on the quality or supply of your tap water. By attempting to keep employees healthy and able to work, sanitation services should not be interrupted.  
According to the CDC, coronaviruses are susceptible to the same disinfection conditions as any other virus.

COVID-19 Resources

For the most accurate information on COVID-19, we encourage you to visit the
Northeast Colorado Health Department (NCHD) website​
Information on Drinking Water Environmental Protection Agency's COVID-19 and drinking water 
Center for Disease Control's (CDC) website
World Health Organization (WHO) website​
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's (CDPHE) website

For current updates & more information go to: