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  •  Is your business Safe.Clean.Ready? Cottonwood is ready, but we are moving carefully to help protect everyone who lives here or visits. Frankly, we’re being a little strict. We’ve flattened the curve, and we want to keep it that way.

    Safety Guide lines for Businesses, Residents, and Visitors: By referencing CDC guidance, Governor Ducey’s Executive Orders, and 

    collaborating with people all over the Verde Valley, we have created safety guidelines reopening businesses may voluntarily choose to adopt.  Businesses who sign up are listed on this site, and they display the COTTONWOOD | Safe.Clean.Ready. sticker in their windows. We are posting the guidelines for you to see, as well as the businesses who sign on, constantly updated. Sign up your business now by FILLING OUT THIS FORM and emailing it to: pio@cottonwoodaz.gov​

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  • Governor Ducey, COVID-19 Updates: Executive Orders and Reopening Guidelines 

  • Governor Ducey made several announcements regarding business operations and the upcoming school year. If you missed it here is a link to the video of the press conference

    Executive Order 2020-43

    • Prohibiting mass gatherings statewide - effective TODAY, June 29, 2020, even if appropriate physical distancing is possible, organized events of more than 50 people are prohibited.
      • This Executive Order enables local governing jurisdictions, such as the city, town or county, to approve events on the condition of meeting certain safety precautions, such as physical distancing.
    • Pausing certain business operations - effective at 8:00 p.m. on Monday, June 29, 2020, the following establishments shall pause operations until July 27, 2020:
      • Bars with a series 6 or 7 liquor license from the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (these entities may provide take-out and curbside service);
      • Indoor gyms and fitness clubs or centers;
      • Indoor movie theaters;
      • Water parks; and
      • Tubing operators.
      • Unless extended, the pause remains in effect until July 27, 2020, after which businesses seeking to resume operations must demonstrate compliance with public health guidance as determined by the Arizona Department of Health Services.
    • Suspending special event licenses
      • Under the Executive Order, the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control shall cease issuing special event licenses for the period between June 29, 2020 and July 27, 2020.

    Executive Order 2020-44

    • Delaying first day of school
      • Governor Ducey today signed an Executive Order delaying  the first day of school for in-person learning until August 17, 2020. Schools will be able to conduct distance learning should they choose before then. 
      • Today’s announcement follows an announcement last week of a $270 million plan to help Arizona public schools safely restart, while allowing for remote learning, addressing the achievement gap and bridging the digital divide.
  • Governor's Requirements for Preventing COVID-19 Transmission

     

    Executive Order HERE

    Requirements for businesses HERE.

    Requirements for restaurants and bars providing dine-in services HERE