City Pays Tribute
Casa Grande City Hall Lit Blue to Honor Healthcare Workers
Light CG Blue!
City Hall continues to light the night sky blue to honor and thank COVID-19 frontline workers for their tremendous efforts and daily sacrifices to help reduce virus spread and save lives. A big thank you to our first responders, medical community and all other support staff called to serve in various capacities during this trying time.
Parade of Thanks
Casa Grande Fire and Police Departments proudly joined first responders from all over the region in a #ParadeOfThanks to express their utmost respect, honor and gratitude to all dedicated healthcare heroes at  Banner C asa Grande Medical Center. ( Video is limited to Facebook platform.)
Mayor Update
Mayor Craig McFarland addresses latest COVID-19 issues affecting Casa Grande community and businesses on Facebook Live. Watch to learn more about the Federal Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) that is now accepting applications and more.
Executive Update
Arizona COVID-19 Testing Blitz

Governor Doug Ducey has announced that the Arizona Department of Health Services, in partnership with healthcare partners across the state, are joining forces to launch the Arizona Testing Blitz with the goal of increasing COVID-19 testing statewide. The Arizona Testing Blitz aims to test 10,000-20,000 Arizonans for COVID-19 every Saturday for three consecutive weeks, beginning Saturday, May 2, 2020.

Here is where to find COVID-19 testing sites , hours of operation and information about pre-registration. Additional sites and dates are constantly being added; please check back often. M ore information about this and more included on Governor's website .
Community Resources
April 29 |
Small Business Bootcamp: Engaging with Your Banker

Learn strategies to work with your bank to receive business support. This session aims to demystify the lending process, while also sharing ideas on alternative sources of lending. Register
Ongoing |
CARES Act Readiness Program & Training for Small Businesses

This free program offers bilingual training for both novice and experienced borrowers on how to navigate the CARES Act and get access to the capital they need to sustain their business. Register
Healthy Tip
Taking Care of Your Emotional Health

It is natural to feel stress, anxiety, grief, and worry during and after a disaster. Everyone reacts differently, and your own feelings will change over time. Notice and accept how you feel. Taking care of your emotional health during [COVID-19] will help you think clearly and react to the urgent needs to protect yourself and your family. Self-care will help your long-term healing.

Take the following steps to cope:

  • Take care of your body – Try to eat healthy well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, and get plenty of sleep. Avoid alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Learn more about wellness strategies for mental health.

  • Connect with others – Share your concerns and how you are feeling with a friend or family member. Maintain healthy relationships, and build a strong support system.

  • Take breaks – Make time to unwind and remind yourself that strong feelings will fade. Try taking in deep breaths. Try to do activities you usually enjoy.

  • Stay informed – When you feel that you are missing information, you may become more stressed or nervous. Watch, listen to, or read the news for updates from officials. Be aware that there may be rumors during a crisis, especially on social media. Always check your sources and turn to reliable sources of information like your local government authorities.

  • Avoid too much exposure to news – Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories. It can be upsetting to hear about the crisis and see images repeatedly. Try to do enjoyable activities and return to normal life as much as possible and check for updates between breaks.

  • Seek help when needed – If distress impacts activities of your daily life for several days or weeks, talk to a clergy member, counselor, doctor or contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Disaster Distress Hotline: 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746. People with deafness or hearing loss can use their preferred relay service to call 1-800-985-5990.
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Stay Informed
311 Pinal County Info Line
3-1-1 Pinal County Info Line

Got questions? Feel free to also reach out to the Pinal County Information Line by dialing 3-1-1 for other general and workplace questions.
2-1-1 COVID-19 Hotline

Community resources for families affected by COVID-19 are also available by visiting or dialing 2-1-1. Callers can talk to a live operator during business hours: Monday - Sunday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.