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Law Offices of Scott M. Clark, PC
Date: June 29, 2020

By: Christopher R. Walker

Dear Client(s):

Today the Governor issued Executive Order 2020-43 which put additional restrictions in place for the reopening of Arizona. Pursuant to the Executive Order the following establishments are required to close operation as of 8:00 P.M. on June 29, 2020 through July 27, 2020:

1. Bars whose primary business is the sale or dispensing of alcoholic beverages;
2. Indoor gyms and fitness clubs or centers;
3. Indoor movie theaters; and
4. Water parks and tubing operators.

Property management professionals should take immediate action to close their fitness centers and restrict access to same effective 8:00 PM. on June 29, 2020 through July 27, 2020.

In addition to the above-closures, communal pools at multifamily communities are permitted to remain open provided they post signs at the entrance of the pool that state groups of more than 10 persons will not be permitted. Property management professionals should close their pools effective 8:00 PM. June 29, 2020 until sufficient signage can be put in place which sets forth the group size limit set forth above.

Given the current state of COVID-19 in the state of Arizona, it is recommended that strict rules be implemented concerning access to the community leasing office. As the risks of contracting COVID-19 increase while in indoor settings, property management professionals should either limit the number of persons that can enter the leasing office at any time or temporarily close the leasing office.

Lastly, given the fact that most cities and towns have enacted ordinances requiring the use of face masks property management professionals should require that any patron coming into their office have a face mask. Any person that is unable or unwilling to wear a face mask may be granted an exception provided there are facts that warrant an exception and sufficient safety precautions can be taken to minimize staff’s risk of coming into contact with COVID-19.

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