FROM PACC: Helping Struggling Pet Owners

Pima Animal Care Center plans to hold drive-thru food distribution centers for pet owners impacted by COVID-19. GreaterGood.org donated the food to Friends of Pima Animal Care Center, PACC’s official nonprofit partner. The drive-thru event will be called the “GreaterGood.Org PACC Pet Program.” PACC staff and volunteers will hand out Ziploc gallon bags of pet

Pima County To Put Kino Memorial Park To Good Use

Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry memo dated April 29, 2020 RE: Update on Food Distribution Assistance I have previously communicated regarding personnel and logistical assistance Pima County is providing to support the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona in expanded food distribution during the COVID-19 pandemic. Efforts are scheduled to expand further beginning May 4,

Updated Recommendations From Arizona Department Of Health Services

Individuals engaging in essential activities who can safely manage their own cloth face coverings should consider wearing non-medical cloth face coverings in public settings where other physical distancing measures are difficult to maintain. This is to protect people around you if you are infected but do not have symptoms. Cloth face coverings: Should not be

New Hotline – Rental And Eviction Prevention Assistance For Those Impacted By COVID-19

The COVID-19 Rental Eviction Assistance Program is funded by the Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) and administered by Arizona’s Community Action Agencies serving local communities. Monthly rental assistance may be available to households who have had a substantial reduction in income due to COVID-19. Eligible households will be households with total gross monthly income, that

For Immediate Release: Supervisor Ally Miller questions fairness of BOS votes

Supervisor Ally Miller issued the following statement regarding the Pima County Board of Supervisors’ 4-1 votes on COVID-19 Premium Pay and deferred rent, utility, and maintenance payments for Pima County-owned properties:  “Across Pima County, residents are doing their part to win the war against COVID-19. They are making tremendous sacrifices to protect the most vulnerable