Call to the Public Must be Temporarily Written Beforehand For Upcoming Board of Supervisor Meetings

Published by The Bee News

March 31, 2020

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KINGMAN, AZ (MARCH 30, 2020) –Due to increased concerns regarding the coronavirus, COVID-19, the in-person Call to the Public portion of the Mohave County Board of Supervisors meetings has been suspended for the time being, starting with the April 6th meeting. However, comments can still be submitted to the Clerk of the Board no later than 5:00pm on the Friday prior to each Board Meeting.

Written comments can be delivered to the Clerk of the Board via electronic form by clicking here: or dropping off in person at 700 W. Beale Street, Kingman, Arizona. The timely received written comments will be publicly read during each Board of Supervisor meeting.

Also, in an effort to follow the federal government’s recommendation of keeping a group size to 10 or less people, limited attendance by the public will be allowed if they choose to speak on public hearing items. Members of the public are expected to follow “social distancing” during the meetings and be at least six feet apart. No audience member should be seated directly next to each other or directly in front or behind each other during the meeting.

Meanwhile, visit our county website at for the latest news and information regarding all county business.

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