COVID – 19  Response 

The City of Nogales took an aggressive step to flattening the curve of COVID-19 by limiting access to city facilities. As of Friday March 27, 2020, all City buildings have implemented procedures to limit public access. Despite the limitations to public access, there has been no noticeable disruption to providing residents with services. Residents seem to be abiding by health officials’ recommendations and staying home to stop the spread. The City prefers bill payment by Credit/Debit card or check/money order. Paying over the phone or online at provides the greatest amount of protection for both residents and City employees. Cash payments, while not preferred, are still being taken at City Hall by appointment only. Residents may call 520-287-6571 to schedule.

The City participated in the Port Authority conference call. Across the line, maquiladoras are being impacted by the pandemic. Shelter in place orders are having an impact on industry. Medical maquiladoras are considered essential, and other maquiladoras are pushing Sonora Governor’s to expand the definition of essential services.

The City’s Regular City Counsel Meeting is scheduled to occur on April 1, 2020. While public attendance will not be permitted due to public health safety concerns, interested residents may view the meeting on YouTube. The Regular City Council Meeting will be available to the public via livestream on An agenda and agenda packet for the meeting will be made available at at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.


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