PORA moves to phase three of reopening

Opens Oct. 1

Posted 9/28/20

The Property Owners Residents Association has been advocating for Sun City West residents throughout the pandemic and will soon welcome more people through the doors.

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PORA moves to phase three of reopening

Opens Oct. 1

Posted

The Property Owners Residents Association has been advocating for Sun City West residents throughout the pandemic and will soon welcome more people through the doors.

PORA, 13815 Camino del Sol, will be open to residents 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Friday beginning Oct. 1. However, only four residents will be allowed in the membership office at one time and face coverings are required.

The Sun City West Visitors Center will reopen Oct. 1st to with four guests at a time. Face coverings are also required. The hours for the Visitors Center are 9 .m. - to 12 p.m.

Phase of one of reopening for PORA was May 11. Staff returned to the building and was available by phone. Then the second phase of reopening occurred May 26 when the doors were open to walk-in traffic. On Aug. 21, PORA temporarily closed down after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. Ten days later the office reopened with summer hours from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Stated in the press release Sept. 24, “No public bathrooms will be available. No tours will be scheduled at this time and guests will be asked to social distance. There will be no realtor services at this time.”

Some meetings will take place during the month of October inside PORA and will be announced.

Notary Services are still available by appointment only from 9 a.m. - to 12 p.m.

Visit porascw.org.

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