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COVID-19 Update (as of 3/25/20)
To prioritize the health and wellness of our community and visitors, the City of Scottsdale supports federal, state & county public health guidelines.
Per the latest federal administration guidelines, people within the U.S. are asked to avoid gatherings in groups larger than 10; avoid eating or drinking in bars, restaurants and food courts; and avoid discretionary travel, shopping trips and social visits. The Arizona governor and director of health services also urge people to maintain proper hygiene to stay healthy and prevent the spread of the virus.
We appreciate event producers, restaurants, establishments, businesses and the public who understand that difficult steps are necessary in the ongoing effort to limit the spread of coronavirus in our community.
The city continues to serve the public throughout situations like the coronavirus outbreak. Our All Hazards Incident Management Team is working to ensure that the public is protected, and that city operations continue despite any interruptions that could occur. Updated information pertaining to COVID-19 is available at ScottsdaleAZ.gov and AZHealth.gov/COVID19.
With guidance from federal, state and county public health departments restricting events or social gatherings larger than 10 people, Scottsdale is cancelling all special events being held by the city or at a city facility for the next eight weeks.
If you are attending any Scottsdale events or activities not held by the city or at a city facility, please call the event producer or check the appropriate websites to confirm they are still being held.
Restaurants & Bars
By Executive Order of Governor Doug Ducey, restaurants and bars will be affected by the following restrictions:
- Bars will be closed.
- Restaurants will be restricted to provide dine-out options only.
- Alcoholic beverages may be included in food purchase deliveries.
Please visit AZTakeoutWeeks.com to view list of restaurants offering pick-up, curbside, and delivery options.
Old Town Scottsdale Farmers Market
The Old Town Scottsdale Farmers Market will continue operating on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. – as directed and allowable by the Maricopa County Health Department and CDC – as they are a part of the critical need for “food supply” as listed by the White House. The market will also be offering drive-thru pick up on the north side of 2nd St between Scottsdale Rd and Brown Ave. Email pre-orders here.