Valdez COVID-19 Mandates and Disaster Declaration Archives
Valdez Local Disaster Declaration
Local Government Disaster Declaration (Extended) - City of Valdez, Alaska (Extended on 04.21.2020, 05.19.2020, 06.02.2020, 07.07.2020, 08.04.2020, 09.01.2020, 10.06.2020, 11.04.2020, 12.01.2020, 01.05.2021, 02.02.2021, 02.16.2021, and 03.16.2021. Expired 05.07.2021.)
Local Government Disaster Declaration (Original) - City of Valdez, Alaska (Originally Declared 03.17.2020)
Valdez Local Health Mandates
Local Health Mandate 001 - Requiring Quarantine for Certain Travelers (Approved 03.23.2020, Amended 04.21.2020, Rescinded 04.29.2020, Replaced with Valdez Health & Safety Proclamation.) With so many exceptions to this mandate’s intrastate travel quarantine requirements, either in place or contemplated due to new state health mandates, rescinding it and replacing it with the Proclamation provides a more useful and easy to navigate way to focus on health and safety behaviors for everyone who lives, works, or plays in Valdez.
Local Health Mandate 002 - Preserving Personal Protective Equipment (Approved 03.25.2020, Expired 04.22.2020)
Local Health Mandate 003 (Amendment No. 7) - Requiring Mask or Face Coverings (Originally failed due to lack of a motion on 04.21.2020; Approved 07.07.2020; Extended 09.15.2020, 10.20.2020, 11.17.2020, 01.05.2021, 02.02.2021, 03.02.2021, and 03.16.2021. Expired 05.07.2021.)
Valdez Public Health Mandate 003 Amendment No. 7
Amendment No. 7 extends the mandate to May 7, 2021 and removes requirement for masking in outdoor settings.
If you are unable to print the door sign or posters yourself (and want to use them) or need a starter pack of disposable masks for your workforce or clients/customers/guests, please send an email to email@example.com with your contact information and how many you need of each item. Someone from the Unified Command Logistics Section will respond to your email to coordinate assisting with your needs.
Cloth Face Coverings - Choose to Wear It For Them
Choose to support our community – Make a difference towards keeping Valdez healthy, our small businesses open, and our children headed back to school this fall.
Choose to do a few small things to help – Wearing a cloth face covering in public is one important tool in our public health toolbox. Combine it with physical distancing, hand hygiene, and staying home if you are sick in order to slow the spread of the virus.
Choose to wear it for them – We do not know everyone else’s story. You may survive COVID-19. They and their loved ones may not. Cloth face coverings help us protect others from the virus.
Choose to remain kind – Recognize some cannot wear cloth face coverings due to medical or other private personal reasons. In that case, they must pay careful attention to the alternate ways they can protect others.
Choose to be a good neighbor. Stay safe and healthy, Valdez.