Paradise Valley Mayor declares state of emergency for COVID-19

A view of the Paradise Valley Town Council during a study session at Town Hall where the local matters of the day are debated and discussed. / Paradise Valley Independent

By Josh Martinez | Paradise Valley Independent

Paradise Valley Mayor Jerry Bien-Willner has issued a proclamation of emergency to go along with the Town Council’s authorization of the creation of a public meeting plan for remote participation as part of the town’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Town Council gathered in a special meeting March 17 to unanimously approve efforts to provide means and methods to ensure remote participation in town meetings from body members and the public.

Furthermore, the town is taking several actions to curtail in-person services to better align with state, federal and local recommendations regarding COVID-19, according to a press release distributed after the meeting.

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