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    Following the April 21 meeting of the Pima County Board of Supervisors, County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry established a reopening Steering Committee called Pima County Back-to-Business (PCB2B) involving all sectors who have been affected by the various shelter-in-place Executive Orders and directives. The Steering Committee will be led by County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry and University of Arizona President Bobby Robbins.
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    The purpose of the Steering Committee will be to establish a framework of hygiene and physical distancing standards that need to be developed to begin to reopen, in a limited, phased manner, the commercial and business activities that may have been suspended or substantially interrupted during this time.

    PCB2B will include one appointed member of the Small Business Commission from each Supervisor District, and representatives from restaurants, hotels and resorts, chambers of commerce, gyms, daycares, personal hygiene services, area attractions, film and live performance theaters, and event centers. Representatives of other industries may be added as needed or requested. The Steering Committee will be provided public health information and input about how to best reopen economic activities that have been substantially curtailed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    New Rules for Reopening

    The Board of Supervisors May 21 adopted via Proclamation new, temporary, minimum public health safety standards for the operation of some businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules revise, amend and delete some of the rules passed May 13. 
    Read the proclamation.

    Criteria for reducing physical distancing

    Criteria for phased resumption of business

    At the April 21 Board of Supervisors meeting, County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry shared criteria the County will use to eventually reduce physical distancing restrictions.


    Vendor List

    Pima County has compiled a list of potential suppliers from whom community businesses may be able to purchase PPE such as gloves, masks and hand sanitizer.

    Federal and State Guidance

    Federal guidelines for Opening Up America Again.

     

    Steering Committee

    Frequently Asked Questions


    Subcommittees

    Road to Recovery

    The public is invited to submit feedback to the Road to Recovery Subcommittee about any of the guidance or other matters under review by this Committee.

    Expediting Government Regulation

    The public is invited to submit feedback to the Expediting Government Regulation Subcommittee about any of the guidance or other matters under review by this Committee. This subcommittee includes the Bars & Restaurants, Resorts, Pools & Spas, and the Attractions task forces.

    Business & Employee Health & Wellness

    The public is invited to submit feedback to the Business & Employee Health & Wellness Subcommittee about any of the guidance or other matters under review by this Committee.

    Community Updates

    The public is invited to submit feedback to the Community Updates Subcommittee about any of the guidance or other matters under review by this Committee.

    Faith-Based Community

    The public is invited to submit feedback to the Faith-Based Community Subcommittee about any of the guidance or other matters under review by this Committee.
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