COVID-19 Updates

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Declaration of Emergency Effective March 17, 2020

The City Hall Lobby is Closed.

All services will be conducted by phone, email or online Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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  1. COVID-19 Testing
  2. COVID-19 Vaccines
  3. City Reopening Phases

COVID-19 Testing Consolidates to Veterans Park as Tolleson City Hall Testing Site Closes

The Tolleson Union High School will resume in-person learning Monday, March 22. Due to the high volumes of traffic when school is in session, the COVID testing site at Tolleson City Hall will CLOSE and move to Veterans Park, 8601 W. Van Buren Street. The entire park will be used as an Embry testing facility.

For Embry testing dates and times visit

Veterans Park: By appointment only
8601 W. Van Buren St.
Tolleson, AZ 85353
Book your appointment online now
or call 480-376-2170

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Currently the City is in Phase One of it's Transition Plan.

Find detailed information below on how obtain city department services:

City Hall is closed for Walk-in Services

City services are available by phone, email or online. Please call 623-936-7111 for assistance.

Utility Payments - City of Tolleson
Including water, sewer and sanitation will continue as usual.

  • Online:
  • By Phone: 877-885-7968
  • Drop Box at City Hall by check or money orders only. Please do not use cash.

Permit Applications

Requested Inspections

  • Call: 623-474-4961

Business Licenses

  • Mail to City Hall or place in Drop Box with payment. Please do not use cash.
    9555 W. Van Buren St.
    Tolleson, AZ 85353

Call City Facilities for services:

  • City Hall - 623-936-7111
  • City Library - 623-936-2746
  • Parks and Recreation Center - 623-474-4992
  • CAP Office - 623-936-2760
  • Field Operations - 623-936-7141
  • Municipal Court - 623-474-4975
  • Police Department - 623-936-7186
  • Fire Department - 623-936-8500

Locations closed to the public:

  • City Council Meetings - Online Only
  • CAP Office
  • Senior Center
  • City Library - Curbside Service Only
  • Parks and Recreation Center - Online Programs
  • Veterans Park and McNeel Park

Services that remain the same includes:

  • Sanitation - Trash & Bulk Services
  • Water and Sewer Services
  • Emergency Services including Police and Fire
  • Municipal Court
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It is our responsibility to prioritize the health of Tolleson’s residents, visitors, and employees, the Tolleson City Mayor, Anna Tovar has declared a state of emergency in the city of Tolleson resulting in the closures of bars and restricting restaurant dining rooms, and moving restaurants to delivery/take-out/drive-thru only.

The following are links to the declaration of emergency and press releases:

Proclamations Declaring a Local Emergency to Address COVID-19

Press Releases:

24/7 COVID-19 Testing

Maricopa County Funeral Assistance

This program provides help for grieving Maricopa County families who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and have recently lost a loved one. For more information download the English or Spanish flyer or visit

The City of Tolleson will not shut off your water for non-payment during COVID-19 pandemic. Washing your hands with soap and water is a very important component in stopping the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus disease).

If you are experiencing difficulty paying your utility bill during this time for any reason please call 623-936-7111 as soon as possible to make payment arrangements.


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