Following state and federal guidelines, the Town of Queen Creek took a series of steps in March to help slow the spread of COVID-19. During this time, the town worked to develop a phased reopening of in-person services.
Similar to the state of Arizona, the town is currently in phase one, which includes continuing to offer services online and over the phone. Phase one also included reopening park amenities in mid-May in alignment with the governor’s actions, according to a release.
The town continues to evaluate state and federal guidelines, and is prepared to enter phase two on Monday, June 1. Phase two includes reopening town buildings with safety measures in place. The lobbies will allow for physical distancing of 6 feet, provide plexiglass between the public and staff, with hand sanitizer available at the counters.
The town offers 24/7 access to a number of services and resources online at QueenCreek.org. Additionally, the public can access town services by calling 480-358-3000.
Phase two also includes:
All reservations, programs and events on town property should adhere to CDC guidelines, the release states.
Signage with CDC guidelines have been posted in town parks and will be placed in front of town buildings:
The town offers a number of online services and resources at queencreek.org, including:
To view the town’s phased plan and for the most up-to-date information on town programs and services, go to QueenCreek.org/COVID-19.
For information related to COVID-19 in Arizona, go to AZDHS' website, AZDHS.gov/COVID-19. For information from the CDC, go to CDC.gov/COVID-19.