Oro Valley to reopen Town lobbies and some park amenities on May 11

Published on May 07, 2020

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The Town of Oro Valley will reopen Town lobbies and some park amenities—dog parks, tennis and pickleball courts—beginning May 11 to stay in step with Governor Ducey’s May 4 executive order to gradually reopen retail and dine-in restaurant service. Physical distancing and personal hygiene practices (covering coughs and sneezes, etc.) remain in place for all Town facilities and amenities.

 “Town lobbies are reopening to assist our residents and customers who need in-person assistance. We encourage people to take advantage of all the services the Town offers online. Our new website provides convenient access to most of the Town’s services,” said Town Manager Mary Jacobs. “We are also pleased to reopen some of our parks and recreation amenities, including dog parks, as well.”

 Please observe the signs at Town facilities and follow suggested physical distancing and personal hygiene guidelines. For the safety of customers and Town staff, the Town encourages the use of masks when visiting Town facilities and amenities. Here’s what’s reopening May 11:

 Community and Economic Development/Public Works lobby (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

Oro Valley Police Department (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
OVPD lobby will be open May 11; however, OVPD is not providing fingerprinting services at this time.

Water Utility (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

Town Administration Building (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
Includes Town Manager, Town Clerk, Finance, Human Resources, Legal and Information Technology.

Parks and Recreation amenities (times vary)

  • Dog Parks will be open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. to align with park hours*
  • Tennis Courts open dawn to dusk
  • Pickleball Courts (singles play only) open dawn to dusk

Parks and trails continue to be open as essential services!
Please note: Oro Valley Community and Recreation Center and Oro Valley Aquatic Center remain closed.

Magistrate Court (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
Magistrate Court has remained open and will continue to do so.

*Mayor Winfield issued amendment #4 to the Proclamation of Emergency on Thursday, May 7. This lifts the restriction of fenced dog parks put into effect by Amendment #3 to the Proclamation of Emergency.

 If you have any questions, please contact AskOV at ask@orovalleyaz.gov or call 520-229-4711.