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Matt Santos, Communications Director April 14, 2021 289

Town back to 'Business as Usual'


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  • The Town in Chino Valley resumes “Business as Usual” 
  • This includes operational hours, building and lobby access and services 
  • The Town continues to encourage common sense and personal responsibility
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Chino Valley resumes normal operations


CHINO VALLEY, AZ- Effective today, Tuesday April 13, 2021 the Town of Chino Valley will resume “Business as Usual” regarding operational hours, building and lobby access, and services that were in place prior to the COVID-19 adjustments.

This includes public meeting attendance, Senior Center activities, Library access, and recreational facility reservations.

While lifting the COVID-19 restrictions are in response to public health data and the increased availability and distribution of vaccines, the Town encourages common sense and personal responsibility. Please stay home if you are ill or have been exposed to others who are ill, and if individuals feel they are at risk or suffer from other pre-existing medical conditions, please take the appropriate measures to keep you and your families safe and healthy.

Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at www.cdc.gov or consult a medical professional for more information.


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