All Gilbert municipal buildings, aside from Gilbert Municipal Court and Gilbert Police Department’s main station are closed to the public until May 10th. For the latest updates and information on Gilbert’s response to COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, visit
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It is our responsibility to prioritize the health of Gilbert’s residents and employees. Gilbert is working with partner agencies to follow their guidance as the situation evolves. 

Governor Doug Ducey announced a new executive order for all Arizona residents to Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected.

The order goes into effect starting at 5 PM March 31st through April 30th and urges residents to remain at home, except to engage in essential activities and services.

Things to know: 

  • Grocery stores and pharmacies will remain open. Residents are encouraged to buy one week’s worth of supplies.
  • Outdoor activities and exercise are still permitted, but residents must practice social and physical distancing.
  • Restaurants will remain open for dine-out and delivery only.
  • Businesses that are classified as essential services by the state may remain open, but must implement social and physical distancing.
  • Non-essential businesses may continue to operate, but may not perform any in-person activities or on-site transactions.

Read the full order
List of essential businesses

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The Arizona Department of Health Services is reporting cases by county, not city or town, to protect individual privacy. View the latest cases and deaths:

It’s important to remain diligent and proactive to minimize the risk to all those who live and work in our community. In an attempt to flatten the curve to contain the spread of COVID-19, Gilbert is taking the following steps and precautions over the next several weeks:

Town-Wide Impacts Through May 10th

Gilbert Municipal Buildings:
Gilbert municipal buildings are closed to the public starting March 17th at 4 PM, with the exception of

Town operations and public services will continue. See the Information by Department tabs below for more information.


On Friday, March 20th, Governor Ducey implemented a statewide Executive Order that closed bars, movie theaters and gyms and required restaurants to provide dine-out only options for those located within Arizona counties with confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Read Governor Ducey’s full announcement.


Parks and Recreation:

  • Gilbert playgrounds and other park amenities will be closed beginning Saturday, March 28th. See the ‘Parks and Recreation' tab below for the full list of amenities closed.
  • Gilbert-run events have been rescheduled or postponed.
  • Parks and Recreation programming and classes are suspended.

Public Meetings:
All public meetings have been moved to a virtual format. Visit our Public Meetings page to see the participation options available. 

Gilbert will not be turning off anyone’s water service due to non-payment at this time. See the 'Public Works & Utilities' tab below for more information.

For information regarding town operations not listed here, please visit the Information by Department list below.

Latest Updates

03/30/2020: Mayor Jenn Daniels: Governor Ducey's new executive order. Arizona Department of Health’s new dashboard. Arizona schools closed.

03/30/2020: New Executive Order from Governor Doug Ducey: “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected” starting March 31st at 5PM through April 30th.

03/30/2020: Governor Ducey announces $6.7 million in funding to support vulnerable Arizonans.

03/30/2020: Governor Ducey announces new steps to protect families and small businesses from foreclosure.

03/30/2020: Governor Ducey, Superintendent Hoffman announce extension of school closures through end of school year.

03/28/2020: Governor Ducey signs agreement to add $50 million to state budget for COVID-19 response

03/27/2020: Mayor Jenn Daniels: Addressing the upcoming closure of all town-owned park amenities. Updates on the testing process and number of cases in Arizona.

03/27/2020: Gilbert playgrounds, other park amenities closed beginning Saturday, March 28th. See the 'Parks and Recreation' tab for more information.

03/27/2020: Governor Ducey signs legislation to support schools, teachers and families.

03/27/2020: Governor Ducey announces new dollars for rental assistance.

03/26/2020: Governor Ducey issues executive order to ensure hospital preparedness.

03/26/2020: Governor Ducey announces electric utility relief package.

03/26/2020: Mayor Jenn Daniels: The Help Gilbert interactive map for businesses and nonprofits. Addressing concerns at parks.

03/25/2020: Governor Ducey signs legislation to increase resources for Arizona hospitals.

03/25/2020: Nonprofits added to the Help Gilbert interactive map.

03/25/2020: Mayor Jenn Daniels: New executive orders in place by Arizona Governor. Update from this morning's Gilbert Chamber of Commerce call.

03/25/2020: Governor Ducey announces $5.3 million for meals for Arizona seniors.

03/24/2020 Major Jenn Daniels: Why Gilbert parks are still open. How the National Guard will help grocery stores.

03/24/2020 Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has launched, a comprehensive resource for residents, businesses and volunteers.

03/24/2020: Tonight's in-person Town Council Meeting is closed to the public. Learn how to watch and participate from home.

03/23/2020: Mayor Jenn Daniels: How you can support local businesses. How to practice physical distancing.

03/23/2020: Governor Ducey Issues Executive Order Detailing “Essential Services”

03/23/2020: Monday Morning Manager's Minute: New Protocols and Resources Available

03/23/2020: 2020 Census response deadline extended through August 14th. Take it online now.

03/23/2020: Gilbert Public Works urges people "save your pipes, don't flush wipes"

03/22/2020: Social Distancing: The Basics

03/22/2020: Governor Doug Ducey launches 2-1-1 COVID-19 hotline for Arizona residents.

03/21/2020: IRS extends tax deadline to July 15th.

03/20/2020: Gilbert launches map to help local businesses. View more information below.

03/20/2020: Arizona school closure extended two weeks, through April 10.

03/19/2020:  Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced several new statewide executive orders affecting Gilbert and surrounding cities in Maricopa County. 

03/19/2020: SBA approved an Economic Injury Disaster Loan declaration for Arizona small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Apply Here:

03/19/2020: New texting service. Why businesses are remaining open at this time.

03/18/2020: Why is Gilbert in a State of Emergency? Is Gilbert closing local businesses?

03/17/2020: Mayor Jenn Daniels will be meeting with local business leaders to learn more about how we can lessen the economic impact of #COVID_19 on our business community while ensuring residents remain safe.

03/16/2020: Mayor Jenn Daniels has declared a State of Emergency.

03/16/2020: March 17th Town Council Special Meeting for council interviews will be closed to the public and media.

03/15/2020: Governor Doug Ducey announced a statewide closure of all Arizona schools.

Sign Up for Text Alerts

Residents can now text ‘GILBERT’ to 313131 to be automatically notified throughout the day with the latest information related to COVID-19 and its impact on our community. Once they send the message, they will get a text message with the latest information and follow-up texts as we receive new information from our teams, state leaders, and health experts. 

Text message and data rates apply. Phone numbers will not be shared or used for any purpose other than to communicate updates related to COVID-19.

How Can I Help?

We are so thankful for those looking to help during this time of need. Here are some resources to support the community.

Help Local Businesses and Nonprofits
Social and Physical Distancing Tips
Donate Blood

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Gilbert is prepared for emergencies at all times, with dedicated employees who specialize in emergency management and an Emergency Operations Plan that is updated frequently. We are committed to continuing the quality of services our residents and visitors have come to rely on from Gilbert, Arizona.

We will continue to update this page with new information as it becomes available.

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