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The City of Tolleson remains committed to caring for the health and well-being of our residents, customers, community and staff while playing a constructive role in supporting local health officials and government leaders. State and federal public health officials advise that a phased approach to re-opening be used to protect our entire community.
Therefore, the City of Tolleson will implement a phased plan to resume service delivery. Based on the current May 15th end date of Governor Doug Ducey’s Stay at Home Order, the City’s phased approach will begin once the order expires or will be expanded should the date be extended. In the interim, City staff will continue provide all essential services virtually via phone, online and email.
We appreciate everyone’s patience as we are all adjusting to the uncertainty of the current circumstances.
View Governor Ducey’s Executive Order here. Below are some highlights from his order.
Can I leave my home?
Under this policy, all individuals in the State of Arizona shall limit their time away from their place of residence or property, except:
What are essential activities?
Obtaining necessary supplies and services for family, household members and pets, such as groceries, food and supplies for household consumption and use, supplies and equipment needed to work from home, assignments for completion of distance learning and products necessary to maintain safety, sanitation and essential maintenance of the home and residence;
How does the Stay at Home Order extension impact essential businesses that have been OPEN throughout the Stay at Home Order in Arizona?
Businesses and entities that remain open shall implement rules and procedures that facilitate physical distancing and spacing of individuals of at least six feet.
How does the Stay at Home Order extension impact non-essential businesses that been CLOSED throughout the Stay at Home Order in Arizona?
Except as provided herein (in the Executive Order), non-essential businesses may continue to operate those activities that do not require in-person, on-site transactions and are encouraged to maintain at least minimum basic operations that maintain the value of the business’ inventory, preserve the condition of the business’ physical plant and equipment, ensure security, process payroll and employee benefits, facilitate employees of the business being able to continue to work remotely from their residences, and related functions to include mail pickup.
Businesses that sell goods:
Effective May 4, 2020, retailers which are not classified as essential under Executive Order 2020-12, Prohibiting the Closure of Essential Services, and whose business involves the sale of goods, may operate and offer goods through delivery service, window service, walk-up service, drive-through service, drive-up service, curbside delivery or appointment provided they establish and implement protocols and best practices for businesses to address COVID-19 as outlined in this order.
Effective May 8, 2020 retailers which are not classified as essential under Executive Order 2020-12, Prohibiting the Closure of Essential Services, and whose business involves the sale of goods may open, operate and offer goods for sale to customers in their stores provided they establish and implement protocols and best practices for businesses to address COVID-19 as outlined in this order.
View Governor Ducey’s Executive Order https://azgovernor.gov/executive-orders.