CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS CLOSED TO PUBLIC DUE TO CORONAVIRUS

The City of Show Low continues to monitor developments with COVID-19 (coronavirus). Due to the risk this disease presents, the City Council study session scheduled for Tuesday, March 17, at 6:00 p.m. has been canceled and will be rescheduled to a future date.
The Regular meeting scheduled for March 17 at 7:00 p.m. will still take place; however, the Council Chambers will be closed to the public. The meeting will be available for live viewing on the City’s website at ShowLowTV.com, on Show Low TV cable channel 56, on the Show Low YouTube page, and on the City’s Facebook page. For those wishing to participate in Call to the Public during the meeting, please call (928) 205-2660 between 7:00 to 7:15 p.m. The Council will return your call after the last regular agenda item is considered by the Council.
Until further notice, all Council meetings will be closed to the public but will remain available through the sources listed above. The City of Show Low will continue to monitor developments and the evolving situation with COVID-19. Please check the city’s webpage at showlowaz.gov and social media pages (Facebook, Instagram and Nextdoor) for further updates.
We urge all residents to take precautions to limit their personal exposure to coronavirus. It is important to stay calm and informed, while taking precautions to prevent the spread of infection:
• Wash your hands thoroughly or use an alcohol-based (at least 60 percent alcohol) hand sanitizer often. If you cannot find hand sanitizer, there are easy recipes online.
• Do not touch your hands to your face, nose or eyes with unwashed hands.
• Try to distance yourself from other individuals; consider not shaking hands with people.
• Wipe off hard surfaces at work and home with bleach wipes, alcohol wipes or other commercially available household cleaning solutions suitable for killing germs.
• Cover coughs and sneezes with tissues or in the elbow.
• Get a flu shot if you missed one earlier in the season. Many locations and doctors are still offering the flu vaccine.
If you are sick, do not go to public spaces. Follow your doctor’s guidance and adhere to directions on the CDC’s official coronavirus website at www.coronavirus.gov.