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Shared Mobility During COVID-19

The City of Tucson is working with its partners to help people get to the places they need to go and minimizing the risk of spreading COVID-19. Bird has temporarily suspended e-scooter operations in Tucson during this time. Razor is continuing operations and has deployed scooters near essential services to help people access grocery stores, pharmacies, and health facilities.

Tucson Metro Chamber Offers Resources for Small Businesses

The Tucson Metro Chamber is providing resources for all community members affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you operate a small business in Tucson, Chamber's website offers you a list of financial, employee, and customer resources during this time.

You can also find resources on another website operated by the City of Tucson's Office of Economic Initiatives (ConnectTucson).

Paul's Note - March 20, 2020

The Ward 2 office will be closed until April first or until further notice. This is being done not only for the well being of my staff, but for members of the public who come to our office. We’ve also closed our meeting rooms.

We know that many of you will still have questions about city services, so my staff if still on call. We will be checking messages on the main number, 791-4687. They will also be following up on any emails to as well as any emails to their individual accounts.

Downtown Tucson Partnership, Park Tucson Partner to Support Restaurants, Businesses

The Downtown Tucson Partnership has posted a list of food and drink establishments offering pickup and/or delivery. To make it more convenient for customers, Park Tucson has set up free 15-minute designated parking spots throughout downtown for visitors ordering takeout.

The web page also features links to online shopping, fitness and wellness locations, and a list of organizations that people can donate to during the restrictions caused by coronavirus concerns.


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