Due to an executive order issued by Governor Doug Ducey, a statewide curfew goes into effect on May 31 - June 8 from 8 p.m-5 a.m each day. Click HERE to more.

Coronavirus Info

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The impacts of the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, are rapidly changing. The city of Goodyear is committed to continuing to deliver the exceptional services that our residents depend on while keeping our community safe. In addition, the city is finding ways to reduce exposure between employees and residents.

This webpage will be the source for the most up-to-date information on community impacts in Goodyear and how you can be aware, stay safe, and reduce the spread. The Centers for Disease Control has the most up-to-date information on management of the outbreak and nationwide impacts. Visit:

Impacts to City Facilities/Services

  • Goodyear is in Phase 1 of its reopening. City offices are now open to the public. To follow social distancing guidelines, utilizing online city services is still highly encouraged. 
  • City Council/Planning & Zoning meetings have reopened to the public.
  • Some city amenities are open with enhanced cleaning and signs are posted outlining social distancing requirements and limits on large gatherings. Park rangers will also monitor and provide education. Those amenities include:
  • Basketball, volleyball, tennis and pickleball courts
  • Roscoe Dog park
  • Playgrounds and restrooms
  • Goodyear Skatepark
  • Community pool and splash pad
  • The Goodyear Municipal Court is open with certain limitations. Residents with questions can call 623-932-3910.
  • Goodyear Police Department Operations building is open to the public. Fingerprinting services remain suspended.
  • Starting June 1, the city’s sanitation provider, Right-Away-Disposal (RAD), will resume collecting curbside trash and recycling containers with separate trucks. For more information, visit
  • Click HERE for Development Related Updates.


Guidance For Restaurants

The Governor’s Office has issued an executive order which prohibits dine-in traffic and instead allows restaurants to provide pick-up or drive-through service. Restaurants should also establish a procedure that allows their employees to be distanced from one another. More details can be found by clicking HERE.


How Can I Stop the Spread of Germs?

Most importantly, stay home if you can and avoid non-essential outings.

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What Symptoms Should I Look Out For?

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What Should I Do If I’ve Been Exposed to Someone With COVID-19?

  • The Centers For Disease Control recommends placing yourself in quarantine for 14 days.
  • If you don’t develop a fever or breathing issues during that time, you can end quarantine.
  • If you develop symptoms, try to get tested and remain in isolation for at least seven days after your fever is gone.


What If I Have COVID-19?

  • Remain calm.
  • Call your doctor to determine how severe your symptoms are and if you need medical treatment. Don’t walk into a medical facility. If you feel your life is in danger, call 9-1-1.
  • Try to separate yourself from family members and pets and avoid sharing household items that others may touch. This may not be necessary if they have similar symptoms or have also tested positive.
  • Disinfect high-touch surfaces frequently.
  • Do not go out in public. If you must, wear a face mask and avoid touching surfaces.
  • After all symptoms are completely gone, including fever without the use of medication, remain in isolation for at least seven days. If you’re still coughing or have shortness of breath, remain in isolation.