COVID-19 Resource Updates - Maryvale
Hoping you and your families REMAIN safe and healthy during this unprecedented time.
Here’s the latest update of resources, notices, etc. for Maryvale. The state, city, and many organizations now have Update Pages (which compile many resources) and those are listed first below.
COVID-19 information in English or Spanish, dial 2-1-1.
- to help individuals and families find food, pay house bills, access free childcare, and other essential services during our current situation.
AZ Together (State superpage for COVID-19 resources) #AZTogether
AZ Unido: #AZUnido
St. Mary’s Mobile food pantries list/calendar:
Isaac Elementary School District Updates Page:
Pendergast Elementary School District Update Page:
City of Phoenix COVID-19 Update Page:
City of Phoenix Coronavirus Business & Resident Resources:
Maricopa County Health Dept. Coronavirius Disease 2019 page
West Valley Resources – WestMarc:
Wesley Community and Health Centers (including Golden Gate)
has the ability to see new patients for family primary health care as well as telehealth appointments available.
Mountain Park is now Offering Appointments Over the Phone
Right now the safest thing for everyone to do is stay home. In an effort to continue meeting the needs of our patients, while helping to stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep our staff and patients safe, appointments can now be done over the phone. To have your next appointment be over the phone, simply call us at (602) 243-7277 and ask to schedule a phone visit with your provider.
Councilwoman Betty Guardado
is sending regular COVID-19 updates.
Parks & Recreation: For the Easter holiday weekend (Sat. April 11 & Sun. April 12) the following policy will be in effect:
- Flatland parks will be open for residents to access walking paths and green space only
- No picnicking will be allowed
- Restrooms will remain open
- Parking lots for flatland parks will be closed, but those with a disabled parking placard will be allowed access
Detailed information about the city's parks and their amenities is available by visiting
Human Services: Effective Monday, April 6, staff at the three
Arizona@Work City of
Phoenix Job Centers
will start teleworking. This will allow us to implement recommended social distancing measures to protect our clients and staff. Client intakes, ongoing case management and referrals for supportive services will occur via phone or email. Please visit their
or contact West office:
3406 North 51st Ave.
Phoenix, 85031 & Phone (623) 245-6200, Fax (623) 247-9172
Municipal Court: The court is postponing (continuing) jury trials through April 30, 2020 (from April 17, 2020)
- The court is postponing (continuing) arraignments that are currently scheduled through April 30, 2020, until after May 12, 2020.
- The court is only allowing persons with scheduled court appearances to enter the court building (similar to what City Hall is doing with requiring appointments)
- Those persons without scheduled court appearances, are directed to call the Court for direction.
- Petitions for Orders of Protection, although typically unscheduled court appearances, will proceed in order to protect the public. Although individuals seeking protective orders and any witnesses will be allowed entry into the courthouse, telephonic appearances are to be utilized where feasible.
- If you feel or are sick please stay home! By protecting yourself, you are also ensuring the safety of your friends, families, and neighbors
Ciudad de Phoenix Distrito 5 Coronavirus (Covid-19) Actualización (04/03/2020)
Parques y Recreación
: Para el fi n de semana de vacaciones de Pascua (sábado 11 de abril y domingo 12 de abril) se aplicará la siguiente política:
- Los parques de tierra plana estarán abiertos para que los residentes tengan acceso a senderos para caminar y espacios verdes solamente
- No se permitirán “picnics” o reuniones con comida al aire libre
- Los baños permanecerán abiertos.
- Los estacionamientos para parques planos estarán cerrados, pero aquellos con un cartel de estacionamiento para discapacitados tendrán acceso permitido
Para obtener información detallada sobre los parques de la ciudad y sus servicios, visite
a partir del lunes 6 de abril, el personal de los tres centros de empleo de
Arizona@Work City of Phoenix Job Centers
comenzará a trabajar a distancia. Esto nos permitirá implementar medidas recomendadas de distanciamiento social para proteger a nuestros clientes y personal. La toma de clientes, el proceso continuo de casos y las referencias para servicios de apoyo se realizarán por teléfono o correo electrónico. Visite su
o comuníquese con la oficina del oeste: 3406 North 51st Ave. Phoenix, 85031 y teléfono (623) 245-6200, fax (623) 247-9172
Tribunal (Corte) municipal:
el tribunal pospone (continúa) los juicios con jurado hasta el 30 de abril de 2020 (desde el 17 de abril de 2020)
- El tribunal está posponiendo (continuando) las acusaciones actualmente programadas hasta el 30 de abril de 2020, hasta después del 12 de mayo.
- La corte solo permite que personas con comparecencias programadas entren al edificio (similar a lo que está haciendo el Ayuntamiento “City Hall” al pedir citas)
- A aquellas personas sin comparecencias programadas en el tribunal, se les pide que llamen al Tribunal para recibir instrucciones.
- Las solicitudes de Órdenes de Protección, procederán para proteger al público. Aunque las personas que buscan órdenes de protección y cualquier testigo podrán ingresar al juzgado, se utilizarán las apariencias telefónicas.
Si se siente o está enfermo, ¡quédese en casa! Al protegerse, también garantiza la seguridad de sus amigos, familiares y vecinos.
Housing & Legal Services
Rental Eviction Prevention Assistance Program (State Housing Dept.) -
Interested applicants who do not have computer access can call their local
Community Action Agency
to initiate an application over the telephone.
Save Our Home AZ (State foreclosure assistance initiative):
SOHAZ Program questions may be directed to the Arizona Department of Housing, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. by calling (602) 771-1000 or by visiting
View information on the SOHAZ program
The Arizona Department of Housing also operates a toll-free hotline staffed with housing counselors to answer questions about housing in Arizona. To reach a housing counselor toll free, Arizonans can call: 1-877-448-1211.
CPLC Rental & Housing Questions:
Info about Rental & Housing Questions, plus services available through CPLC's Housing Counseling Program (Phx 602-253-0838 & Tucson 520-882-0018)
Community Legal Services has a series of resources and forms for tenants affected by COVID-19 – including requests for postponement of evictions -
Community Legal Services has created sample notices in English and Spanish for tenants to give to their landlords and TIPS for how to handle this process. I am attaching the notices and TIPS. Please help us get the word out to the community about this important protection for not just tenants but everyone in Arizona.
Governor Ducey’s Executive Order 2020-14 provides that the enforcement of evictions can be delayed in certain circumstances related to COVID-19. The Order did not stop eviction actions. Instead, the constable will not lock out the tenant after the eviction judgment, if the tenant provides their landlord any of the following:
- You have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and must be quarantined;
- You have been ordered to self-quarantine by a medical professional because of your symptoms as defined by the Centers for Disease Control;
- Someone in your household has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and you must be quarantined;
- You have a health condition, as defined by the Centers for Disease Control, that makes you more at risk for COVID-19 than the average person;
- You have suffered a substantial loss of income as a result of COVID-19, such as job loss, reduced pay or compensation, your workplace closed, an obligation to miss work to care for a home-bound school-age child or other circumstances.
Remote Learning/Teaching Resources for Families:
ASU for You - ASU Superpage for Learners of ALL Levels:
Parenting during a Pandemic: Arizona Trauma Institute Webinar Series
This is a three week coaching and resource group which begins April 9
. It is free and will be hosted on Zoom
ASU Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Community Resources for K-12:
is offering 30 days free. This is an ad free, online library of animated story books. In addition to the free 30 days, there are resource guides with some books to do easy at home activities.
: Ever seen Mystery Doug? If you like him, check out Mystery Science for a free membership and a starter list of easy, online K-5 science lessons you can do at home.
: offering free access to interactive activities in a wide variety of subject for Kinder through middle school. They also have Brain POP ELL for English Language Learners.
streaming live on YouTube from 9-2:00 during the week. You can follow the schedule or jump in just to subjects that interest your child. They have lessons for Prek-12th grade.
Compiled and collected by the ASU Design Studio for Community Solutions. Please send any updates/notices to be included to
(602) 496-2520. WE WILL UPDATE and SEND as new resources/updates occur.
The Design Studio for Community Solutions (DSCS) is a new initiative of Arizona State University’s Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions that partners with local stakeholders to devise practical solutions to complex issues. Drawing upon ASU and community resources – and bringing research, student engagement and leadership to bear – DSCS serves as a vehicle to stimulate and activate co-generated solutions in our communities.