Coronavirus roundup: Dealerships lay off staff, Denver stay-at-home order to be extended

Stevinson Toyota West

Stevinson Toyota West is one of six dealerships affected. (Google Maps)

Six area car dealerships under the Stevinson name told the state on March 28 that they are collectively letting go of 336 employees.

The largest number of layoffs, 93, is occurring at Stevinson Toyota West in Lakewood, including 34 in sales and 14 lube technicians.

The other dealerships letting go of staff are Stevinson Lexus of Frederick, Stevinson Toyota East in Aurora, Stevinson Imports in Littleton, Stevinson Lexus of Lakewood and Stevinson Chevrolet West in Lakewood.

The notices were sent to the state in an effort to comply with the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Act.

Extension: Mayor Michael Hancock told The Denver Post on Tuesday that he will extend his stay-at-home order, likely to April 30. The order originally was set to extend through April 10, although Hancock later changed it to match the statewide stay-at-home order, which currently extends through April 11.

Stevinson Toyota West

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