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Coconino County will open lobby spaces of specific buildings to the public beginning Monday, September 21 after closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Coconino County will open lobby spaces of specific buildings to the public beginning Monday, September 21 after closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With community spread of the virus at a level deemed moderate according to Arizona Department of Health Services benchmark guidelines, the County will open the below public-serving offices located in the Flagstaff area with COVID-19 precautions in place.
Other County buildings that have been physically closed will remain closed, including 110 E Cherry Ave and the Public Fiduciary/Legal Defender Building at 220 N Leroux St, and those that have already re-opened continue to be open, including the Sheriff’s Office, Courts, Facilities, and Adult Probation. Regardless of a building’s lobby status of open or closed, each department continues to provide a full array of services through alternative methods.
In all County buildings, COVID-19 safety precautions are in place, including limiting the number of people in lobbies, elevators, and offices to allow for physical distancing, hand sanitizing stations, increased cleaning frequency and face covering/mask wearing. All residents visiting County facilities will be required to follow the protocols. While the County has continued providing its services to the community throughout the pandemic, this step to expand in-person availability aims to increase accessibility to all constituents and provide them the opportunity to conduct business in their preferred manner.