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Phase II Begins May 24, 2021

All services will be conducted by phone, email or online Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Beginning May 24 appointments will be available. Masks will be required in all City buildings.

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

FREE COVID-19 vaccines available at the Tolleson Fire Department! Open to the public!

Which vaccine?

  • Pfizer vaccine, which requires two doses, will be offered to those 12 years and older. A parent/guardian must accompany minors.
  • Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which requires a single dose, will be offered to those 18 years and older on both dates.

When?

  • Thursday, July 22nd, 2021 3-9 pm (1st dose)
  • Thursday, August 12th, 2021 3-9 pm (2nd dose)

Where?

  • Tolleson Fire Department
    203 N. 92nd Ave. Tolleson, Az. 85353

To schedule an appointment:

  • Call 602-506-6767 press option 0. Ask to be registered at the Tolleson Fire vaccine event.
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Currently the City is in Phase One of it's Transition Plan. Phase II will begin May 24, 2021.

Find detailed information below on how obtain city department services:

City Hall is closed for Walk-in Services 

Appointments are available

City services are available by appointment, 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: www.tollesonaz.org/18
  • 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: Phase II open by appointment.

  • 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 https://www.funeralassistanceprogram.org/

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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