Covid-19 updateS & Notices

   EDGE takes the health and safety of our residents very seriously. We have compiled a list of resources to help you navigate in these trying time.

  • The State of Colorado is now under a 'Stay-At-Home' order.   

  • The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) believes the risk of an individual contracting coronavirus is ‘low’ –

    • But we realize everyone is somehow affected by the spread of this illness.

  • Below are state & local sites that provide the latest and reliable updates;

Colorado’s Dept of Health & Environment:

Denver County:

Additional cities and counties:                        

  • EDGE has prepared an Employer Info Release form: HERE

    • Please​ download if your job is impacted by coronavirus.

  • EDGE has also created ‘’ email for clients and residents.

  • Please use this email to submit property management and leasing questions / concerns.

NOTE: If at any point you find yourself in an emergency situation, please dial 911.

   EDGE also recognizes our community is already economically affected.

IF you find yourself unable to pay your rent – we recommend you follow three basic steps:

  • Step 1: Get Organized.

    • Prepare a list of all your bills 

      • e.g., utility, cell phone, credit card and, of course, your landlord.

    • If you are furloughed or laid off from your job, get it in writing. 

    • Information of this type is required to apply for unemployment and any other assistance you apply for.

  • Step 2: Prepare A Budget & Prioritize.

    • Calculate how much money you need to live from a best and worst case.

    • Establish if this is daily, weekly or monthly.

    • It is always best to summarize the numbers to a month level.

  • Step 3: COMMUNICATE, Communicate, Communicate.

    • It is imperative you communicate in a timely manner.

    •  Call our office – 303.839.1201 or send us an email via your resident portal.

    • The more you keep EDGE up to date, the better we are able to direct you.


  •  We ask you not to call or email our office with questions what we will do IF you lose your job and cannot pay the rent.

  •  As of today, there are NO specific rental assistance program(s), related law changes or specific guidance available.

    •  YES, there are rumors and stories, and do we expect to hear more soon.

  • AND as information is made available to us, we will do our best to keep you up to date.

Financial Resources:

  • Download EDGE's list of assistance programs providing a well rounded set of program offerings:  

Job Loss, Unemployment & Benefits?

  • A NEW section has been added to the CO Unemployment website.

    • Visit:

    • COMING SOON:  Their web page will address those who are self-employed, independent contractors, nonprofit employees,
                                        gig-economyworkers and those requesting a benefits extension.


For Residents on Assistance


  •  Please reach out to your case workers directly if you are having financial difficulties paying bills or rent due to the coronavirus.

NOTE: This site is updated as information is made available to us. Meanwhile, we are asking all our clients and residents to stay safe and remain calm.

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