Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Due to concerns about the health and safety of its residents and employees relating to the COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus, it is our responsibility to minimize the public exposure to the disease.  Fountain Hills is working with partner agencies, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Maricopa Department of Public Health and the Arizona Department of Health Services, to follow their guidance as the situation evolves.

In an attempt to reduce the exposure and spread of COVID-19, Fountain Hills has taken the following steps and precautions over the next several weeks:

Town-Wide actions through the end of April

The Town of Fountain Hills will continue to monitor the situation and take the necessary actions to ensure the health and safety of our residents and employees.

Town Council Agenda Comment Cards

While Town Council meetings will be closed to the public during the month of April due to the COVID-19 pandemic, residents wishing to address the Town Council on a regular meeting agenda item are encouraged to fill out an agenda comment card.  The comment cards will become available to the public starting on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, and will be read by the Town Clerk when the Town Council is addressing the individual agenda items. The comment cards can be obtained from the Town’s website at www.fh.az.gov/publiccomment and should be completed no later than 3:00 pm on the day of Town Council meetings.

Governor Doug Ducey Issues Executive Order Addressing Restaurants and Bars

On March 19, 2020, Governor Doug Ducey Issued an Executive Order addressing businesses such as restaurants, bars, gyms, and movie theaters.  The Executive Order requires restaurants in Arizona counties with confirmed COVID-19 cases to provide dine-out options only, and that all bars in those counties close. This also applies to movie theaters and gyms.  This builds on the previous guidance from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) to ensure one consistent policy across jurisdictions. The Executive Order is effective on the close of business on Friday, March 20.

To assist in mitigating the financial consequences of restaurant closures, the Executive Order also allows restaurants to deliver alcoholic beverages with the purchase of food. Additionally, the Governor’s directive allows manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers to buy back unopened products from restaurants, bars and clubs.

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