We understand that things are changing rapidly during this crisis, and while we know you are enjoying reading the print version while at home, we are going to do our best to keep our community updated to changes and resources via our digital assets as we find out new information about Tucson's response to the crisis. Tucson Lifestyle is committed to helping our community during this time and will continue to celebrate the people, the cultural and nonprofit organizations, the events, homes, gardens, landscapes, activities, food, and the businesses that make living in Tucson unique and fulfilling.  We are community!

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Quick updates from the Tucson Metro Chamber

  • All of the jurisdictions in the region have placed, by either proclamation or by administrative decision, a suspension on the enforcement, regulation or fee collection for temporary signs. Jurisdictions have different definitions of what constitutes a temporary sign but most refer to A-Frames, Banners, Stakes and Upright Signs
  • The Governor's order is titled "Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected," and unique to Arizona, includes a strong focus on mental health. The order encourages Arizonans to participate in outdoor activities, as long as they are accompanied by social distancing measures. Additionally, it stresses the need for "social connectedness" -- a concern of public health officials, especially among our senior population and those struggling with depression and suicide. The order exempts essential business, outlined in a previous Executive Order last Monday from the Governor, as well as essential activities, which includes outdoor activities. The order takes effect Tuesday at 5 pm and is in effect until April 30.All of Governor Ducey's Executive Orders to date can be found HERE.
    Click HERE for list of "essential services."
  • ADEQ has prepared a webpage regarding continuing work on our mission during the COVID-19 issues, "Continuing Operations While Slowing the Spread". You can read more about operations including vehicle emissions, permits & compliance, ADEQ services, and events and meetings, at https://azdeq.gov/COVID-19.  Some have had questions about how COVID-19 may have an impact to drinking water and wastewater. Please see the Drinking Water section at the link above for links to EPA and CDC guidance.
  • Governor Ducey, Superintendent Hoffman announce the extension of Arizona school closures through the end of the school year
  • Tucson Metro Chamber President & CEO, Amber Smith, was interviewed by Bud Foster of KOLD13 about Arizona businesses getting a share of the coronavirus stimulus bill
  • U.S. Department Of Labor Publishes Guidance Explaining Paid Sick Leave And Expanded Family and Medical Leave Under
    The Families First Coronavirus Response Act READ MORE

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