Other County Resources

Coronavirus Resources

Tax and Stormwater Payment Drop-off Locations

With most county offices and departments closed, residents can still drop off tax and stormwater utility payments at several drop boxes located throughout the county. These boxes should not be used for city utility bills.


  • Aurora Motor Vehicle – 3449 N. Chambers Rd., Aurora
  • Adams County Government Center – 4430 S. Adams County Pkwy., Brighton
  • Commerce City Sheriff’s Substation – 4201 E. 72nd Ave., Commerce City
  • Adams County Human Services Center – 11860 Pecos St., Westminster
  • Westminster Motor Vehicle – 8452 N. Federal Blvd., Westminster
  • Strasburg Sheriff’s Substation – 2550 Strasburg Rd., Strasburg

Gov. Jared Polis, Coloradans Launch COVID-19 Relief Fund

Wednesday, March 18: Gov. Jared Polis discussed the state’s response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and launched joint efforts to raise relief funds and volunteer efforts to address this public health crisis. The Governor announced the Help Colorado Now effort where Coloradans can donate or volunteer, as well as the Colorado COVID Relief Fund, which has already raised nearly $3 million to help Coloradans impacted by the coronavirus. Coloradans can donate or sign up to volunteer at HelpColoradoNow.org.

Transitioning to Working from Home

Transitioning to working from home can be challenging. Please see this document for some quick tips as well as a list of resources to help you make this transition as smooth as possible during these challenging times.

Comcast Announces Ways to Keep Americans Connected to the Internet

Comcast is taking steps to implement the following new policies for the next 60 days, and other important initiatives:

  • Xfinity WiFi is free For everyone
  • Pausing data plan restrictions
  • No disconnects or late fees
  • News, information, and educational content on X1
  • 24/7 network monitoring

For more information, visit Comcast's website.

U.S. Census Updates During the COVID-19 Situation

Beginning Wednesday, March 18, in support of guidance on what we can all do to help slow the spread of coronavirus, 2020 Census field operations will be suspended for two weeks until Wednesday, April 1. The Census Bureau is taking this step to help protect the health and safety of the American public, Census Bureau employees, and everyone going through the hiring process for temporary census taker positions.

The public is strongly encouraged to respond to the 2020 Census online using a desktop computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet, and can also respond by phone or mail. Everyone should respond to the 2020 Census as soon as they receive their invitation — and when they’re finished, they can make sure their friends, families and social networks know about the importance of responding.

Visit the 2020 Census news page for more updates.