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Phase II of the CARES Act Relief Fund Grant Program for City of Fort Lupton Residents is now closed.
COVID-19 Grant Round Two Distribution
Thank you to all who applied for the second round of grants. Those that were approved will be receiving a phone call from the city during the week of November 23rd. Those that were not approved will be receiving a letter from the city in December. This grant is not available for those that live outside the city limits or received funding in phase one.
If you receive the call that you were approved, please mark your calendar for the following distribution date.
What: Fort Lupton City Resident COVID-19 Grant Distribution
When: December 2, 2020
Time: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
Where: In Front of the City Recreation Center, it will be "drive-up" style in order to keep our citizens safe.
Past News Release Regarding the Program:
CARES Act Relief Fund Grant Program for City of Fort Lupton Residents & Businesses.
The City of Fort Lupton has created a COVID-19 grant relief fund for residents who have been directly affected by the pandemic and who live within the city limits of Fort Lupton. This program will be funded through the Weld County portion of the Coronavirus Relief Fund of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES ACT).
Citizen grants will be available in the amount of $250 and are based on a first come first serve basis with one application per city limit resident. Applications are available here (Spanish version here) or can be picked up in person at the police department entrance, the city recreation center entrance, and the public and school library entrance. Drop off for applications will be at the same locations. The grant money can be used for assistance with rent, mortgage payments, utilities, unforeseen financial costs, and other emergency individual needs. The second phase of the grant program runs from October 21st-30th.
Additionally, the City of Fort Lupton has agreed to contribute 15% of their total allocated CARES Act funds to the Weld County Business Relief Fund to be administered by Upstate Colorado in the amount of $57,770.10. The city will assist in communicating this program to local businesses as more information becomes available. Any funds left from the citizen grants will be made available to city small businesses through the Weld County Business Relief Fund.
To learn more, please visit www.fortluptonco.gov or call Fort Lupton City Hall at 303-857-6694.
If you’ve had COVID-19, Mayor Zo Stieber invites you to join her in helping to fight the virus! Did you know donating plasma can help others recover quicker from the infection?
If you’ve had COVID-19 donating plasma could be lifesaving to those who are continuing to fight the infection. After your body has fought COVID-19, your convalescent plasma now contains antibodies created by your immune system. These antibodies in the convalescent plasma attack the virus. Giving this anti-body rich plasma to those who are still fighting the disease may help them recover quicker.
People who have fully recovered from COVID-19 for at least two weeks and are feeling well are encouraged to consider donating blood or convalescent plasma. You must have had a prior diagnosis of COVID-19 documented by a lab test and meet other donor qualifications to donate plasma. If you have not had COVID-19 but would still like to help, blood donations are always welcome. For more information on donating plasma or blood, please visit: https://www.vitalant.org/
Colorado’s COVID-19 Website Update
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Weld Health Coronavirus Specific website
USDA Implements Immediate Measures to Help Rural Residents, Businesses and Communities Affected by COVID-19.
Individual Emergency Assistance Grant Program.
Xcel Energy- Payment Arrangements