Timeline for Reopening:
May 1: hospitals and outpatient surgical centers to resume elective surgeries if they can demonstrate adequate capacity.
May 4: non-essential retailers may begin offering goods for sale through delivery, curbside pickup or appointment, as long as they implement public health protections and follow CDC guidelines.
May 8: salons and barbershops can reopen, and retailers may fully reopen their stores to customers. All businesses must limit occupancy, adhere to social distancing, and uphold safety and sanitation protocols.
May 11: restaurants can begin dine-in service with limited occupancy, social distancing, sanitation protocols, in addition to checking employees for COVID-19 symptoms before their shifts.
May 13: gyms, pools and spas can reopen with restrictions in place.
May 15: professional sports leagues can restart without spectators; Stay At Home order in Arizona officially ends, replaced by new guidance for the next stage of economic recovery.
Arizona State Guidance For Reopening: Restaurants | Barbers & Cosmetologists | Retail Establishments | Pools | Gyms & Fitness Providers | Spas | Places of Worship
Reopening checklists for businesses
Small business help
A number of government, nonprofit and business organizations have compiled detailed lists of resources.
Here are some resources to help those who’ve been laid off, furloughed or whose hours have been cut.
Ways to support the community
Ideas, resources and suggestions for making a difference during the COVID-19 crisis — most don’t require you to leave your home.
Phoenix Community Alliance Advocacy Alerts
As the business membership and advocacy affiliate of Downtown Phoenix Inc., PCA is undertaking crucial policy work at the city, state, and federal levels to help small businesses, nonprofits and those most impacted by COVID-19. Here’s what our committees are working on.
Fact Sheets About COVID-19
Updated safety recommendations, business requirements, FAQs, and general guidelines everyone in the community needs to follow.