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New EcoPasses Available by Appointment

We understand during these challenging time, that being able to access transportation for necessary travel is important. Therefore, the Town of Nederland will be processing new EcoPasses by appointment. If you are in need of an EcoPass, please contact Town Hall at 303-258-3266 ext. 0.

Today is Census Day! – April 1, 2020

Today is Census Day

38% of Colorado Households Have Responded to the 2020 Census

Self-Respond TODAY online, by phone or by mail

Denver, CO To date, 38% of Colorado households have self-responded to the 2020 Census.  The national self-response rate is 36.2%. Check out this MAP to track response rates.

It has never been easier to respond to the 2020 Census on your own, whether online, by phone, or by mail – all without having to meet a census taker. We encourage Coloradans to self-respond as soon as possible and make Colorado the state with the highest 2020 Census self-response rate in the nation! Go to or call 1-844-330-2020 and cross it off your TO DO list today.

Self-Response Rates in Colorado (as of March 31, 2020)

  1. Douglas County, 46.3%
  2. Jefferson County, 45.9%
  3. Boulder County, 44.6%
  4. Broomfield County, 44.6%
  5. Yuma County, 43.9%
  6. Arapahoe County, 42.6%
  7. Phillips County, 42.6%
  8. El Paso County, 42.3%
  9. Mesa County, 41.3%
  10. Elbert County, 40.7%
  11. Logan County, 40.3%
  12. Fremont County, 40.3%
  13. Larimer County, 39.9%
  14. Delta County, 38%
  15. Montrose County, 37.9%
  16. Adams County, 37.6%
  17. Denver County, 37.6%
  18. Pueblo County, 37.6%
  19. Bent County, 37.4%
  20. Washington County, 37.1%
  21. Weld County, 36.7%
  22. Sedgwick County, 35.6%
  23. Garfield County, 35.1%
  24. Otero County, 34.9%
  25. Morgan County, 34.2%
  26. Montezuma County, 31.9%
  27. Crowley County, 31.1%
  28. Alamosa County, 30.2%
  29. Chaffee County, 29.9%
  30. Teller County, 28.1%
  31. Rio Grande County, 27.9%
  32. Moffat County, 27.7%
  33. Kit Carson County, 27.7%
  34. Prowers County, 27.6%
  35. Las Animas County, 27.4%
  36. La Plata County, 27%
  37. Baca County, 24.1%
  38. Lake County, 22.6%
  39. Gilpin County, 21.1%
  40. Clear Creek County, 21%
  41. Ouray County, 20.6%
  42. Rio Blanco County, 18.7%
  43. Kiowa County, 18.7%
  44. Huerfano County, 17.1%
  45. Lincoln County, 17.1%
  46. Archuleta County, 16.6%
  47. Gunnison County, 15.9%
  48. Pitkin County, 15.5%
  49. Custer County, 13.6%
  50. Park County, 13%
  51. Routt County, 13%
  52. Conejos County, 10.8%
  53. Eagle County, 9%
  54. San Miguel County, 8.3%
  55. Cheyenne County, 8.2%
  56. Saguache County, 7.8%
  57. Summit County, 7.7%
  58. Dolores County, 6.4%
  59. Mineral County, 5.8%
  60. Costilla County, 3.3%
  61. Jackson County, 3%
  62. San Juan County, 2.9%
  63. Hinsdale County, 2.6%
  64. Grand County, 1.7%


  • The 2020 Census is a short questionnaire that asks about who lives in your household as of April 1, 2020.
  • The 2020 Census requires counting a diverse and growing population in the United States and the five U.S. territories.
  • The 2020 Census is important because it will determine the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives, inform hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding, and provide data that will impact communities for the next decade.
  • Responding to the 2020 Census is safe and secure. Individual responses are confidential and protected by law.



What is the 2020 Census?

Is my 2020 Census data safe?

Video guide to completing the 2020 Census online

Public Service Announcement (PSA) for kids

General B-Roll for TV


Press Kit

2020 Census Press Kit

Fighting 2020 Census Rumors



Rest In Peace Melinda LaJudice

It is with a heavy heart that we announce that Melinda LaJudice, Deputy Town Clerk, passed away on March 28, 2020. Melinda was a well-loved member of the community and vital to our Town Hall staff. As we remember Melinda and all the warmth and joy she brought to our lives, we ask that we love each other fiercely. It is what Melinda would want us to do.

Mountain Community Helpline

Thanks to the Nederland Community Presbyterian Church, mountain residents can get help with having their groceries or medicine picked up, or other assistance during the pandemic. Please call 303-258-3387 or email

Partners in Energy Bi-Weekly Meetings with SAB

Partners in Energy will be hosting bi-weekly conference calls at 12pm with the Sustainability Advisory Board (SAB) starting April 8, 2020. Below are the dates for the next three months and the meeting access information:

  • Wednesday, April 8th at 12pm
  • Wednesday, April 22nd at 12pm
  • Wednesday, May 6th at 12pm
  • Wednesday, May 20th at 12pm
  • Wednesday, June 3rd at 12pm
  • Wednesday, June 17th at 12pm

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Nederland Municipal Election April 7, 2020 – Ballot Drop Off Locations

The Town of Nederland will be holding its 2020 municipal election on April 7, 2020. In an effort to maintain social distancing, ballots can be submitted the following ways:

  • Mail: P.O. Box 396, Nederland, CO 80466
  • Drop Off at the Ballot Box Located at the Nederland Community Center: 750 Highway 72, Nederland, CO 80466

On Election Day, April 7, 2020, ballots will be accepted at the Community Center ONLY! Ballots should be put into the election ballot box located to the left of the front entrance of the building.

If you have any questions or are in need of a replacement ballot, please contact the Town Clerk Department at 303-258-3266 or

Boulder County Resident with Confirmed COVID-19 Dies

For Immediate Release

Contact: Chana Goussetis, Public Information Officer, 303.441.1457 

Boulder County Resident with Confirmed COVID-19 Dies

Boulder County, CO – Boulder County Public Health was notified on March 25, 2020, that a Lafayette resident in their 60s who had tested positive for COVID-19 has died. The individual had underlying health conditions that were exacerbated by their illness caused by COVID-19. This is the only confirmed death related to COVID-19 in Boulder County to date.

“Our hearts go out to this family,” said Jeff Zayach, Boulder County Public Health director. “My hope is that we all view this heartbreaking news as a solemn warning about the importance of heeding the Stay-at-Home Order and social distancing requirements in order to prevent more tragedies like this.”

Including the recent death, 62 Boulder County residents have tested positive for COVID-19 to date. Seven individuals are getting care in the hospital, 7 are currently under investigation, 23 residents are isolating at home, and 24 residents have now recovered. Those testing positive for the disease range in age from the teens to the 80s, and the average age is 46 years.

COVID-19 is primarily spread through respiratory droplets spread when a person with the illness coughs or sneezes. People who have prolonged contact within six feet of a person with the disease are most at risk of transmission.

Public Health officials ask residents to follow the Stay-at-Home order, including:

  • Staying at your place of residence and only leaving for essential activities.
  • Ceasing all business activity unless you work in an essential business.
  • Cease all public or private gatherings other than gatherings of a single household or living unit.
  • Cease all travel except essential travel.

Residents can learn more about the Stay-At-Home Order at For general information about COVID-19, residents can call CO-Help at 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911 or email them at Both call centers have Spanish-speaking staff available.