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Posted on: June 23, 2020

City of Cottonwood establishes a hotline to record concerns from community members

CITY OF COTTONWOOD ESTABLISHES A HOTLINE TO RECORD CONCERNS FROM COMMUNITY MEMBERS


COTTONWOOD, AZ – On June 19, 2020, Mayor Elinski issued an emergency proclamation and order requiring all people above the age of three, with a few specific exceptions, to wear a protective face covering when in a public setting where physical distancing of at least six feet cannot be maintained.  To read the Mayor’s proclamation, visit:

https://Cottonwoodaz.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=248.

In an effort to address any questions or concerns members of the community may have regarding this order, the City has established a hotline where community members can call in and leave a message.  City staff will monitor and track all messages left on the hotline daily and will compile a list of comments that are made, in order to determine where the City needs to concentrate their educational efforts.  For those community members requesting additional information, City staff will make every effort to respond to those questions at the earliest convenience.  The phone number for the hotline is 928-340-2739.  The City appreciates your patience and understanding during these trying times.

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