Blogs: Red Rock News

Events are Moving Swiftly

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS May 29, 2020 Events are moving swiftly. Issues such as government spending and economic recovery rightfully dominate the headlines, but crucial local developments are happening just below the radar. Here are just three....
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Sedona Phased Reopening

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS May 22, 2020 Around Sedona, phased reopening is more evident each day. Many stores are open, restaurants are serving, popular recreation sites are back, people are out.  Often-maligned day trippers, whose spending is...
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Sedona | Safe.Clean.Ready

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS May 15, 2020 It takes less time to tumble down a hill than to climb back up. We have seen how quickly the coronavirus brutalized our plans, families, jobs and dreams.  At last,...
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Partial and Voluntary Re-opening

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS May 8, 2020 Today is a day you may greet with excitement, anxiety or a blend of both. Under Governor Doug Ducey’s Executive Order, retail stores may re-open this morning, provided they “implement...
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Moving Forward

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS May 1, 2020 Even before Governor Ducey’s announcement about next steps in dealing with the pandemic, the Chamber was working with the state task force on restoring Arizona’s tourism industry and responding to...
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Recovery Phase

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS April 24, 2020 Governor Ducey is planning an initial recovery phase as Arizona’s next response to the coronavirus pandemic.  Though all his actions will be critical for Sedona, his appointment of Arizona Office...
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Resources for Help

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS April 17, 2020 As the economic shutdown lingers, the Chamber continues to connect workers and employers to resources for immediate help and to prepare for a prosperous, sustainable future. You will find links...
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Strongly Discouraging Travel

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS April 10, 2020 We realized Sedona was the first Arizona city to strongly discourage travel when statewide media responded immediately to our March 30 announcement, recognizing it as something new.  Within 24 hours,...
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Help local businesses survive the pandemic crisis & be ready to recover

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS April 3, 2020 Awaiting arrival of emergency federal funding for Sedona’s economy, the Chamber of Commerce is pulling out all the stops to help local businesses – and the thousands of individuals and...
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Congressional Relief

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS March 27, 2020 It might be a scene from a science fiction novel, but the closed businesses, empty schools, quiet airports and silent restaurants are all too real.  It is already cliché to...
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Families First Coronavirus Response Act

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS March 20, 2020 Given the quickly evolving coronavirus situation, we want to update you on the latest congressional action.  On March 14, the House of Representatives passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act....
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COVID-19 Update

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS March 13, 2020 The COVID 19 virus has evolved to pandemic status, with the cancellation of the Yoga Festival and the temporary ban on most travel from Europe demonstrating its potential to directly...
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