A system is now in place for City of Tucson residents to report violations of a new stay-at-home order in Arizona. In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey released a "Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected" Executive Order that went into effect this week.
In the order, Ducey promotes increased physical distancing and asks the community to limit time away from their places of residence or property, except for essential activities. A list of essential services that may operate during this time also was outlined.
An online reporting form has been created by the City so that community members can report non-essential businesses that are staying open and violating the Executive Order.