Kingman City Offices to Remain Closed to the Public Until May 4, 2020

Published by The Bee News

March 31, 2020

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In Accordance with Governor Ducey’s Executive Order-

KINGMAN, Ariz. – In following Governor Ducey’s Executive Order (2020-18) “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected,” the City of Kingman is continuing the current closures of all city buildings (except the Municipal Courthouse, Parks and Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course) to all public access until at least May 4, 2020. Governor Ducey has asked Arizonans to limit their time away from their residences, but if people need to leave their homes, they practice physical distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19. This does not implement a curfew in the City of Kingman. This Executive Order expires April 30, 2020, unless extended by the Governor. Furthermore, Governor Ducey’s Executive Order (2020-12) “Prohibiting the Closure of Essential Services,” is still to be followed; list of “essential services,” can be found here:

Mohave County currently has seven confirmed positive COVID-19 cases, with four of those cases being located in the City of Kingman. To protect the health of our City team members and the public, all residents will be required to make requests for services remotely, through mail, email, online platforms, and telephone. City team members will be allowed into the buildings and are expected to work on-site to keep the City of Kingman operating to serve our residents. Dispatch, Fire, Police and Sanitation Services will operate at normal levels.

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