Town of Huachuca City – COVID-19 Information Portal

This page has been established to share information with the public regarding the Novel (new) Coronavirus (COVID-19). It will provide links to trusted sources for up-to-date and accurate information concerning this global pandemic. It will also outline the steps the Town of Huachuca City is taking to protect its residents, employees and those passing through.

COVID-19 Related Postings

COVID-19 Proclamation 2020-03

Mayor Wallace, in accordance with Governor Ducey’s amended Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected order, has issued COVID-19 Proclamation 2020-03 which directs staff to begin the process of a phased reopening of the Town’s facilities and public amenities. The proclamation is effective immediately. Key points include: -Allowing dine-in service to resume in restaurants, as long as they are able to assure the health and safety of the public through physical[ Read More …]

Notices of Public Meetings – Location Changes

STATEMENT OF LOCATIONS WHERE ALL NOTICES OF THE PUBLIC MEETINGS OF THE TOWN WILL BE POSTED Pursuant to A.R.S. ยง 38-431.02, the Town of Huachuca City hereby states that all notices and agendas of the meetings of the Town Council and any of its committees and subcommittees, including the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Local Board, will be posted at the following locations: 1. Town Website https://huachucacityaz.gov 2. Huachuca City[ Read More …]

COVID-19 Proclamation 2020-02

Town of Huachuca City DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY AND ORDER COVID-19 PROCLAMATION NO. 2020-02 A PROCLAMATION OF THE MAYOR OF THE TOWN OF HUACHUCA CITY, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, AUTHORIZING ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS FOR THE HEALTH AND WELFARE OF THE TOWN AND ITS RESIDENTS. WHEREAS, on March 11, 2020, the Governor of the State of Arizona, Douglas A. Ducey, determined that the COVID-19 outbreak presents conditions in Arizona that justified his declaration of[ Read More …]

Proclamation 2020-01 – State of Emergency – COVID-19

Town of Huachuca City DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY AND ORDER COVID-19 PROCLAMATION NO. 2020-01 A PROCLAMATION OF THE MAYOR OF THE TOWN OF HUACHUCA CITY, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, DECLARING THAT A LOCAL EMERGENCY EXISTS AND AUTHORIZING CERTAIN PRECAUTIONS FOR THE HEALTH AND WELFARE OF THE TOWN AND ITS RESIDENTS. WHEREAS, the Mayor of the Town of Huachuca City is authorized under the current circumstances by Town Code section 2.10.040 (F); A.R.S.[ Read More …]

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events at this time.

COVID-19 in Arizona (src: azdhs.gov)

Your Town

Proclamations
03/19/2020 08:07 PM 2020-01 Thursday, March 19, 2020 Mayor Johann Wallace issued proclamation 2020-01 declaring that a state of local emergency exists. With that proclamation, he directed the closure of Town Hall, the Library, Senior Center and the Community Center. He also directed all town-scheduled activities creating a gathering of people of the town shall be cancelled and all rental of town-facilities to private parties be cancelled with fees refunded.
03/20/2020 06:44 PM 2020-02 Friday, March 20, 2020 Mayor Johann Wallace issued a second proclamation based on the news of the first confirmed cased of COVID-19 in Cochise County. This second proclamation directed the implementation of Governor Doug Ducey's executive order 2020-09 which limits the operation of certain businesses, directed the suspension of late fees for utility and landfill accounts, directed public works to immediately suspend all service disconnects and directed the Chief of Police to develop, publicize and implement additional protection measures to care for the public and officers.
Town Services
Town Hall At this time, Town Hall is closed to the public. Town Hall will still be staffed M-F from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and employees will be answering and conducting business over the phone, only. The number to the administration offices is (520) 456-1354.
Library At this time, the Library is closed to the public. Staff will continue to provide curb-side books and DVDs for checkout. Staff will be available to answer calls Tues - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM and Saturdays 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM. They can be reached at (520) 456-1063. The Library's wireless remains available 24/7 and can be accessed from the parking lot.
Senior Center The Senior Center is closed until further notice. Seniors needing information can contact the Library Tues - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM and Saturdays 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM at (520) 456-1063.
Community Center The community center is closed and no private events will take place at this time. If you had a reservation, and you paid a deposit please contact Town Hall during business hours for a refund.
Parks All parks are still open however, please adhere to the CDC's guidelines for social distancing and limiting group size.
Landfill The Town Landfill is still open and operating its normal hours.
Trash Service Trash Pickup from Waste Management will continue its normal operations and pick-up schedules.
Public Works Our public works department is still active and monitoring the wells to ensure residents receive fresh water to their homes. Be advised that extra precautionary measures will be implemented when responding to calls for service
Courts Court payments can be made by phone at 520-456-1080 or at azcourtpay.com. Requests for continuance to attend Defensive Driving class may be done by phone at the same number or by emailing the clerk at msaenz@courts.az.gov

Resources & Information

Federal Resources
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Official Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health Information
COVID-19 Latest information from the COVID-19 Task Force
Prevention How to Protect Yourself.
What To Do If You Are Sick Steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 if you are sick.
State
Executive Orders | Office of the Governor Link to Governor Ducey's executive orders in response to COVID-19
Arizona Department of Health Arizona Specific Information, Data and Resources for the public regarding COVID-19
Local
Coronavirus Response This will take you to Cochise County's COVID-19 Response Hub
Cochise County Resources A page focused on local efforts and resources, with links to all cities/towns/Fort Huachuca, state resources for businesses/tourism/housing, and more.
Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona Valuable resource containing information specific to COVID-19 responses throughout Cochise County concerning utilities (gas/electric), Senior Shopping Hours, Food Access, etc.

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