The Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinic that was scheduled for this week (April 13-15) has been canceled due to concerns from the CDC and FDA. Read on...
Ouray County Facilities will reopen to in-person services beginning on April 12, 2021. Facilities include Ouray County Courthouse, Public Health, Social Services, Sheriff's Office, Ouray County 4-H Event Center and Land Use & Road & Bridge offices Read on...
Effective 6:00PM April 7, 2021, masks or face coverings are required in public indoor spaces in Ouray County. Public Health Order No. 11
"Roughly every ten years, a major economic event affects Ouray County. This document addresses our current pandemic response and provides a roadmap to build resiliency for future shocks to the system" - Commissioner Ben Tisdel DRAFT Economic Resiliency Study
Ouray County residents are invited to submit original poetry for an anthology of local literary writing that focuses on what life is like in our region. The writing should reflect in some way the places, people lifestyle, or landscape of our County. Read on...
***Subject to change due to weather and emergencies***
(Subject to change due to weather and road conditions.)
High County Roads Update - October 27, 2020
Ouray County recommends that residents sign up for both WENS and CodeRED. Notifications can be sent via text message, email, or both.
Wireless Emergency Notification System (WENS) is a general system of text messages that is sent when the recipient might be affected by something occurring in Ouray County. You can sign up by clicking the icon above and following the prompts.You can unsubscribe from the notifications at any time by replying "unsubscribe" to the message.
CodeRED notifies residents of emergency situations or critical community alerts.