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  • County service closures and cancellations

    Jun 17, 2020 | Read More News
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    Pima County core services remain operational during the COVID-19 outbreak. Most County departments continue to serve the public, although doing so telephonically, online, or by appointment. 

    Other County programs and services have been postponed or cancelled, however, as part of the continuing effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. 

    The below list will be updated as new information becomes available. For general information about COVID-19, please visit this page

    Board of Supervisors

    Contact individual Supervisors information. 

    District 1 Supervisor Ally Miller
    (520) 724-2738

    District 2 Supervisor Ramón Valadez
    (520) 724-8126

    District 3 Supervisor Sharon Bronson
    (520) 724-8051

    District 4 Supervisor Steve Christy
    (520) 724-8094

    District 5 Supervisor Betty Villegas
    (520) 724-8126


    Superior Court 

    For Protection Orders, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., please see the information here.
    For Protection Orders after hours or on weekends, please contact your local law enforcement agency. If you are in danger, dial 911.
    For information about all other Superior Court procedures and the latest updates, please see the court’s website www.sc.pima.gov.

    Juvenile Court 

    Please see the Pima County Juvenile Court website, www.pcjcc.pima.gov, for the most recent updates and information.  

    Consolidated Justice Court

    All cases, with the exception of the following, remain continued through April 30, 2020:
    • In-Custody Initial Appearances
    • In-Custody Video DV Arraignments
    • In-Custody Video Pre-Trial Conferences
    • Preliminary Hearings
    • Protective Orders/Contested Hearings
    • Evictions (Per Governors’ Executive Order 2020-14)
    • Civil Hearings
    Notification of new court dates will be mailed to all parties.  Court dates can be checked at www.jp.pima.gov. To comply with safe distancing, the Court will conduct as many hearings as possible telephonically or by video. 

    Court weddings have been discontinued through May 4, 2020; however, members of the military may call the court at (520) 724-3505.  Exceptions may be honored for deployment and other emergencies.
    Fine payments can be made online, by telephone or by mail.
    Orders of Protection will be conducted telephonically.  Complete the petition online through AZPOINT (https://azpoint.azcourts.gov).  Upon receipt of the confirmation number, call the court directly at (520) 724-3942.  The clerk will review the petition for completeness and then arrange a time for a judge to call you. If the petition is granted during the hearing, the Court will send the Order of Protection out for service the same day.  (Requests for up to a 72-hour delay of service can be accommodated to develop a safety plan.)

    Other cancellations:
    • Court Night – April 15 – Cancelled
    Green Valley Justice Court

    All hearings continued for 30 days or more except for the following: 
    • In-Custody Initial Appearances (will occur at the jail)
    • In-Custody Video Domestic Violence Arraignments
    • In-Custody Video Pre-Trial Conferences
    • Protective Orders

    Pima County Health Department


    • North Clinic, 3550 N. First Ave. 
    • East Clinic, 6920 E. Broadway
      • Certain essential services offered at these clinics will be provided at the Theresa Lee Public Health Center, located at 1493 W. Commerce Court, on a limited basis. Walk-in appointments have been suspended. Some services can be completed telephonically (e.g., prescription refills). All patients must call to schedule an appointment. The Health Department will screen patients at the clinic for symptoms of COVID-19, however, COVID-19 testing is not provided. To schedule an appoint for immunizations, sexually transmitted infection testing, family planning, and well-woman health checks or for additional information about services at the Theresa Lee Public Health Center please call (520) 724-7900.
    • Vital Records: staff will process birth and death certificates requests online and through mail-in requests only. Contact information is available here

    Pima County Treasurer

    Customers are encouraged to make their tax payments online, by mail or through their bank’s on-line bill pay systems. Customers who still need to come to the Treasurer’s Office in-person should call 724-8341 to make an appointment.

    Online payment and other information is available on the Treasurer’s website at www.to.pima.gov

    Pima County Public Library

    Libraries will be open Monday through Friday, 10 am to 5 p.m.

    The following libraries are not opening yet:
    • Dusenberry-River Library
    • El Rio Library
    Infoline is open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. Call 520-791-4010 to talk with a staff member or use our Contact us form.

    More information here

    Community Services, Employment and Training (CSET)

    • Valet VITA tax assistance - cancelled
    • Public access to the Housing Center (El Banmco) is closed, but it will continue to serve the community during the COVID-19 pandemic by phone and email. Please call (520) 724-2460 or email Frances.Salcido@pima.gov to set up an appointment or to request housing-related resources.

    Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation

    Limited programming, however, urban parks, river parks and natural resource parks remain open. For additional details call 724-5000.

    Specific closures
    • Community centers
    • Baseball dugouts
    • School related programs/tours/lectures – cancelled 
    • Enclosed public buildings that have space for more than 10 people, including historic buildings and exhibits – closed
    • Canoa Country Markets – cancelled
    • Gilbert Ray Campground – will suspend 7-day camping limit on a case-by-case basis
    • Splash pads at all parks
    • Basketball courts
    The Southeast Regional Park will be open to the public every Saturday and Sunday, beginning May 16.  

    The Park includes the Southeast Regional Park Rifle and Pistol Range, the Southeast Regional Park Archery Range, and the Southeast Clay Target Center. The hours of operations will be:
    • Southeast Regional Park Rifle and Pistol Range and Archery Range - 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    • Southeast Clay Target Center -  7 a.m. – 11 a.m.
    Congregate Meal Programs
    • Ellie Towne Flowing Wells Community Center, Ajo Community Center, and Picture Rocks Community Center will provide drive-thru food pick up service with a home delivery service also available for Ajo Community Center.

    County Attractions Properties

    • Colossal Cave Mountain Park
    • Kino Sports Complex
      • All activities and events have been suspended until further notice
      • Requests for future events and status of previously scheduled events may be emailed to info@kinosportscomplex.com
      • Ramadas at Sam Lena and Willie Blake Parks located on the Kino Sports Complex property are closed until further notice. General park areas continue to remain open.
      • The KERP walking path continues to be open with social distancing
    • Old Tucson Studios
    • Rillito Racetrack
    • Southern Arizona Heritage And Visitor Center
    • Titan Missile Museum

    Clerk of the Board of Supervisors 

    All Boards, Commissions and Committee meetings are cancelled; exceptions – Board of Supervisors, Board of Health, Planning and Zoning Commission.

    Pima County Wireless Integrated Network

    • PCWIN Customer Service counter remains open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.  It is recommended that customers call ahead at (520) 724-7200, but it is not required.
    • Annual Subscriber Preventative Maintenance has been suspended until further notice.
    • Operations and Technical Working Group meetings have been cancelled.

    Regional Flood Control District

    Closed to walk-in customers. Call (520) 724-4600 to schedule an appointment. 

    Pima Animal Care Center

    PACC has temporarily suspended walk-in adoptions in an effort to keep people safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. The shelter is currently doing appointment-based scheduling for people interested in fostering or adoption.

    • For fostering, please visit the FOSTER section to see available animals and fill out an online "foster on deck" form for dogs or cats. Staff will contact you as soon as they have a pet that matches what you are looking for. If you don't hear from them right away, don't worry! They haven't forgotten you. They just haven't received the type of pet you want to foster.
    • For adoptions, please visit the ADOPT A PET section to see all pets at the shelter and in foster care. Please complete an application.  PACC will contact you when they have a pet that matches what you are looking for.
    • Non-essential services are suspended at this time in order to reduce the number of pets and people coming into PACC. 
    • If you need to license your pet, please use the online services. In-person licensing is not available at this time. 
    • If you find a stray pet, please call 520-724-PACC (7222) and file a found report. Please hold the pet if you can to give the owner time to locate their lost pet and to reduce the number of pets entering PACC. 
    • If you find kittens, please leave them alone unless they are sick, injured or in immediate danger. 
    • If you need to surrender a pet, please call the pet support center. PACC is only accepting emergency intake at this time. 
    • PACC has suspended community cat trap-neuter-return, outreach events, and clinics