BULLHEAD – Bullhead City Mayor Tom Brady issued a proclamation today requiring face coverings at business locations open to the public. Anyone entering a Bullhead City business must wear a cloth covering over their face and nose effective 1 a.m. on July 1. All Bullhead City businesses are required to enforce the face covering requirement. City staff will educate the public and businesses as needed. The full text of the Mayor’s proclamation can be found on the City’s website by clicking on the COVID-19 link on the top of the main page.
Today, Governor Doug Ducey also shut down all gyms and fitness center throughout the state. All gyms must be closed down by 8 p.m. today. Bars, meaning any entity who holds a series 6 of 7 liquor license from the State of Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control and whose primary business is the sale or dispensing of alcoholic beverages, must also shut down at 8 p.m. today.
All mass gatherings of 50 or more are stopped per the Governor’s orders. Bullhead City will not approve any special events for at least the next 30 days. The City’s annual Splash Bash normally scheduled for early August has been cancelled.
The City is closing its splash pad until further notice. The Municipal Pool will remain open for activities of 10 people or less. All open swim sessions have been cancelled for at least the next month. All swim lessons have been cancelled. Parking at Community Park will be limited to 500 vehicles daily for at least the next 30 days. The parking restrictions will limit the number of people allowed into the park, which will allow adequate physically distancing inside this expansive park.
Schools will not begin in-person until August 17 at the earliest, per the Governor’s guidance today.