Updated information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Larimer County

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Larimer County Economic and Workforce Development (LCEWD) connects people to meaningful work and businesses to talent and resources, improving our community’s economic well being.

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LCEWD is committed to offering reliable, timely service to our customers. You can count on us to provide services by phone, email, and online.  Contact us at:

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08/10/2020

IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING ONSITE SERVICES

Keeping our customers and staff safe and healthy is at the heart of all we do at Larimer County Economic and Workforce Development (LCEWD).  In doing our part to to reduce the spread of COVID-19, and in compliance with local and state expert guidance, we are serving customers via telephone, email, online, and through limited on-site appointments for our computer lab.

Our computer lab and other resources (fax, copier, and phone) will be available, on an appointment only basis.   Please call 970.498.6600 or email us at lcewd-workforceconnections@larimer.org to schedule a one-hour time slot.  Customers without a pre-scheduled appointment may not have access to the computer lab.

Important to know when using our computer lab:

  • For safety reasons we are asking customers to wear a mask while in our office.  We can provide you with a mask.
  • The computer and other resources (fax, copier, phone) are available for one-hour appointments for job search activities.
  • To adhere to social distancing requirements; staff assistance will be limited.

All other services will continue via telephone, email, or online.  

We can be reached by telephone at 970-498-6600, or by email at:  lcewd-workforceconnections@larimer.org.

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08/10/2020

COVID-19 Resources for Business - Keep NoCo Open

Keep NOCO Open.  

Larimer County is filled with an amazing cross-section of small, medium and large businesses providing products and services necessary for our community.  We all have a major stake in the ongoing success of our business community.  We invite every business and citizen to help Keep NOCO Open.  Some ways you can help:  

  • Wear a face covering
  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Maintain physically distance
  • Opt out, when in doubt
  • Be kind and patient with each other

Visit:  Larimer County COVID-19 for updated information on cases and outbreaks in Larimer County.

 

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08/10/2020

Unemployment Insurance Information: Executive Order and Work-search Requirements

On Saturday, August 8, 2020, President Trump signed an executive order aimed at extending the $600 per week of federal unemployment benefits known as the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC).  Under the executive order, the Federal government would provide $300 and the states would be required to provide $100 for a total of $400 per week instead of $600.

However, at this time, we are awaiting guidance from the Unemployment Insurance Benefits Office and we do not have any additional information implementing this executive order.  

The Unemployment Insurance (UI) system is administered by the State of Colorado not Larimer County Economic and Workforce Development and is primarily an online system.  To reach the State of Colorado Unemployment customer service call 1.800.388.5515.

New work-search requirements are in place. You are now required to complete work-search activities every week to be paid benefits unless you are job attached.  Have questions on what qualifies as a work-search activity?  Visit the Information on Unemployment Insurance work search requirements page.  

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