Maricopa, Arizona, June 18, 2020 The City of Maricopa continues to focus on the health and well-being of our community. Along with following the Governor’s Executive Order (2020-40) and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), State and County Health Departments, the Maricopa Mayor and City Council, and the City of Maricopa strongly encourage & request residents to wear masks where social interaction takes place, while visiting businesses and other institutions outside of one’s close familial circle, and especially where social distancing is not possible in these given locations.
“Wearing a mask is a small thing each of us can do to protect those most vulnerable in our community,” said Mayor Christian Price. “The Governor said he would like to see every Arizonan wear a mask. I specifically, would like to see every Maricopan wear a mask, especially when unable to social distance from others around us. All of Arizona’s businesses, non-profits & institutions are now required to establish these new and updated guidelines for our well-being. So as we frequent these various entities let’s all do our part and show off how much we care about each other by masking up Maricopa!”
Details of the Governor’s Executive Order and new requirements for businesses, restaurants and bars are below.
View the Governor’s Executive Order HERE
View requirements for businesses HERE
View requirements for restaurants and bars providing dine-in services HERE
City Staff are proud to do their part to protect our community and will be following the requirements from the Governor listed above including wearing face masks when they are within six feet of others and/or when interacting with the public.
Thank you to all our caring residents who plan to do the same.