Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources
To limit the spread of COVID-19, City of Douglas facilities will be operating under new restrictions. The City will continue to conduct business, but facilities will be CLOSED to the public starting Friday, March 20, 2020. Please call the main City line at (307) 358-3462 for general questions, or, if you know what department you would like to speak to, call direct.
Administration: (307) 358-3462
Community Development Department: (307) 358-2132
Landfill: (307) 351-2186
Police Department: (307) 358-3311
Public Works: (307) 358-9750
The Converse County Website will be a landing place for alerts across the County. Please check frequently and sign up for alerts.
The County has released an Exemption Application for those businesses that want to apply for an exemption to the public closure order.
To submit electronically, right click on the link above and save the document to your device. Fill out the form and once finished click on the submit button at the bottom and send by email to Johnna.email@example.com. If you are having trouble submitting the form from a PC try installing Adobe Read or Foxit Reader.
- Signed Order (March 19, 2020)
- Supplement to the Order (March 20, 2020)
- Link to the Governors’ Fireside Chat
- Statewide Public Health Order No. 3 (March 24, 2020)
- Public Health Orders Extended through April 17 (March 27, 2020)
- Continuation of Statewide Order #1 (March 27, 2020)
- Continuation of Statewide Order #2 (March 27, 2020)
- Continuation of Statewide Order #3 (March 27, 2020)
Basics to Staying Healthy
- Wash your hands often.
- Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- If you are sick, keep your distance from other people.
- Practice good health habits (e.g. get plenty of sleep, be physically active, manage your stress, drink plenty of water, eat nutritious food).
COVID-19 Shop Local Directory
In times like this, supporting each other is the best thing we can do. The City encourages you to support your local businesses.
If you have a business and would like to be listed here, please email Clara or call (307) 358-2132 with your business name, hours of operation, how people can receive goods and services from you, along with contact information and any other message you would like to get to your customers.
The Small Business Administration has released low-interest disaster loans to help business and homeowners recover from declared disasters. Additional information and applications can be found on the SBA website.
King’s Portion Community Food Pantry
Phone: (307) 359-9158
Hours: 4:30PM - 6:30PM, Thursday
Message from Business: King’s Portion offers a variety of food including meat and fresh produce. Follow the King’s Portion facebook page for up to date information on what is currently available.
Kodi Rae’s Coffee & Bakery
Phone: (307) 358-8335
Hours: 8AM - 1PM, Wednesday thru Sunday
Message from Business: In the wake of a what seems to be very catastrophic virus we have had to make an extremely hard decision, not taken lightly because it is devastating for our business. Not only taking the advice of professionals but from our own hearts, we feel we need to do our part not only for the community but also our families to help curb this virus. Everyone be safe, be understanding & be patient through these hard times. We will be closing our doors and suspending our curbside pickup until April 6th. Follow Kodi Rae’s facebook page for up to date information.
Phone: (307) 358-1934
Hours: 11AM - 8PM, Monday thru Sunday (will close at 7PM if business is slow)
Message from Business: Our menu is on our facebook page. We do curbside pick-up and delivery. Stay safe!
Phone: (307) 358-3446
Hours: 6AM - 10PM
Special Services: at-risk hours (see below)
Message from Business: Safeway will be open to at-risk members of our community between 7AM and 9AM on Tuesdays and Thursdays. During those times, we ask that you avoid shopping so that the stores can be available for senior citizens, and other at-risk members of our community such as pregnant women or those with compromised immune systems. We appreciate your patience and support as you help us with this temporary request to ensure our neighbors’ needs are met. Follow Safeway’s facebook page for up to date information.
Phone: (307) 358-4348 (Douglas), (307) 436-9442 (Glenrock)
Message from Business: As much as this pains us to do, BOTH Converse County senior centers: Douglas & Glenrock will be CLOSED for in-house dining, effective today (March 17). Please, Please call the centers by 10:30am to order a lunch for pick up at the door. We are following protocol set forth by our president, and public health to eliminate gatherings of 10 or more. Small group activities will still be available: cards, puzzles, coloring, etc. as well as home delivered meals, in-homes services, and transportation. Please pass this on to those who may not have social media, or radio. Thank you for you understanding at this crazy time. We will update you as the information becomes available to us.
Shatto’s Frontier Drug
Phone: (307) 358-5077
Hours: 8:30AM - 6PM, Monday thru Friday, 9AM - 5PM, Saturday
Message from Business: Our doors may be closed, but we’re still OPEN. We are minimizing exposure so that we can serve our community. Everything we sell including prescriptions, gifts, jelly-belly, russell stover’s, candles, jewelry, gifts, etc. can be ordered over the phone. We will take payment over the phone, and all you have to do is meet us at our drive-up window. Don’t worry about the line, it moves quickly. At 2PM every weekday, we still make prescription deliveries within the City limits. Keep an eye on our website and facebook page for updated information and to find out what we offer.
Solutions for Life
Phone: (307) 358-2846
Message from Business: Per recommendations from the Department of Health and our Board of Directors Solutions For Life will be providing Telehealth therapy and group services now through April 17, 2020. We will have staff available to answer calls from 8 am to 6 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 8 am to 5 pm on Fridays. We will continuing to provide crisis services as normal. We currently plan to resume normal operations beginning April 20, 2020.
Phone: (307) 358-9228
Hours: 10AM - 9PM, Monday thru Friday, 9AM - 9PM Saturday, Noon - 9PM Sunday
Message from Business: Customers can call in orders and we’ll do curbside pick-up. We are limiting to five customers at a time in the store and encouraging the minimum 6 foot recommended distancing. We are also constantly cleaning and wiping down surfaces. Facebook page.
The Depot Restaurant
Phone: (307) 358-9999
Hours: 11AM - 9PM
Special Services: curbside pickup
Message from Business: To our wonderful customers: We are adding curbside pick-up. If you choose to eat at home, please know you can phone in an order and pay over the phone. Give us a call when you arrive and we will run the order to your car. Ten years in to this journey, we are still here working to provide the best experience for you all. We are always concerned about the safety of our customers and staff. We are adding additional safety precautions and will continue to remain open as long as it is safe to do so. Check out our facebook page for more information.
Whistle Stop Mercantile
Phone: (307) 358-3663
Hours: 9AM - 3PM, Monday thru Saturday
Special Services: curbside pickup, purchase online or via phone
Message from Business: THE WHISTLE-STOP IS OPEN. Governor Mark Gordon ordered places of public accommodation to modify their methods of providing services. The Governor’s order is in effect until April 3, 2020 (or until a new order is issued). To that effect, and at this time, THE WHISTLE-STOP HAS INSTITUTED: PHASE II LEVEL: FOOD & BEVERAGES: Take-out only; We will provide curb service and encourage customers to use that option; Call us and we will have your order ready when you arrive or call from your car (358-3663); We strongly encourage you to use your debit/credit card for payment. Our facebook page is updated daily.
Wyoming 211 - for citizens in need of social service referral help dial 211
Wyoming Department of Health - official COVID-19 response page
Dispelling Rumors & Misinformation
Preparing for a Pandemic / Business Continuity
Local Government Emergency Management
What’s an Employer to Do? - HR advice during the COVID-19 response