ARIZONA (KTNV) — Bullhead City officials announced additional business closures during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and per Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's executive order.
These closures include barber shops, cosmetology, hairstyling, nail salons and aesthetic salons, tanning salons, tattoo parlors, spas, and massage parlors to close by 5 p.m. Saturday.
The staff has also closed the skate park at Rotary Park and removed picnic tables from all community parks, along with closing other areas of the parks during the shutdown.
"Bullhead City will comply with the state directive. The governor wants people to stay home. Bullhead City parks should be viewed more as passive recreation locations with very few amenities open until April 30," said City Manager Toby Cotter.
All special events and tournaments scheduled in the parks have been canceled through April, with physical distancing also in place applies at all city beaches.
Park rangers will begin to warn anyone at a beach or other park location to not gather in groups of 10 or more, according to city officials.
Community pools such as those at hotels, condominiums, apartment complexes, RV Parks, and city parks must also close.
Officials say paragraph 11 of the executive order 2020-18, directs Arizonans to stay home, stay healthy, and stay connected.
Additional information about business closures in Bullhead City can also be found here.