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To comply with Governor Ducey's new "Stay Healthy, Return Smarter, Return Stronger" Executive Order issued May 12, 2020, Buckeye will continue operating as we have since mid-March with the information below remaining in effect. The city has also developed a three-phase approach to reopening the city, with more information on the plan here (PDF). 

View the latest Buckeye News release (May 19, 2020)

Buckeye City Hall

-To perform business at City Hall, please schedule an appointment
-To make an appointment call: 623-349-6200  or email:
-Planning & Zoning –
-Building Permits –
-Development applications, building permits, plan reviews and payments will be through electronic submittal beginning April 6.
-Neighborhood meetings for input on upcoming projects are replaced with an Interim Citizen Review Process effective immediately
-Utility Billing customer service counters at City Hall and 21749 W. Yuma Road will be closed until further notice
Passport Office will be closed until further notice
Residents are encouraged to stay home if they are feeling ill and to use online services when possible
Online Bill Pay
-Apply for a Business License
-Community Facilities District (CFD) Payment


View updated (March 31, 2020) restrictions to city facilities.

Trash and Recycling Service

-Curbside trash and recycling service will continue without interruption
-Bulk trash service has resumed with an updated schedule
-Residents can request a free "temporary" trash can by calling 623-349-6100
-These cans will be removed once the Executive Order is lifted (remember to bag and tie)
-Residents can request a free landfill certificate by emailing
-Adopt-a-Road program suspended at this time



Buckeye Municipal Court

-Face coverings are required. The court will not issue face coverings
-Non-medical masks, bandanas, scarves and cloth can be used
-Social distancing is mandatory, so please keep six feet apart while you are in the building
-Minor may be accompanied by one (1) parent/guardian
Civil traffic cases have NOT been rescheduled. You have the option to call in and handle your matter telephonically or you may appear in court as scheduled
-No changes to outstanding warrants, Orders of Protection or Injection Against Harassment cases
-Marriage licenses and wedding ceremonies suspended
-If you are sick, please call (623) 349-6510 immediately and you will be given a new court date

Buckeye Public Library System

-Reserve, Arrive, Retrieve program is available and taking requests
-Coyote Branch and Downtown Libraries closed until further notice 
-Access to digital materials such as eBooks and eAudio materials are available with your library card 
-Book drops are available through external book drops only
-Late fees and auto renewals will be waived
-Museum closed until further notice
-Bookmobile participating in the Reserve, Arrive, Retrieve program

Buckeye Police Department

-Lobby remains open
-Fingerprinting program and ride-alongs have been suspended
-The Explorer and Volunteer programs put on hold 
-Minor calls for service may be handled by phone
-As a precaution, you may see officers wearing protective gloves or face masks


Buckeye Area Parks

All walking trails at city parks and Skyline Regional Park remain open, but the following amenities are closed: 

  • Playgrounds (Sundance, Earl Edgar, Kell, Serena and Town parks)
  • Sundance Dog Park
  • Buckeye Skate Park
  • Sports Fields
  • Basketball and volleyball courts
  • Ramadas

-Park bathrooms will be closed until further notice
-Water fountains will be turned off
-Camp sites are first come first serve only (not currently taking reservations)

For more information on closures, potential refunds and more, view the Parks and Recreation COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

Buckeye Senior Center

-Meal delivery and medical transportation will continue as scheduled
-Residents who enjoy their meals at the Senior Center can now pick them up at the center, or have them delivered to their home
-All other programs and events at this location are cancelled till further notice

Dr. Saide Recreation Center

-Closed at this time; all programs at the Recreation Center have been postponed or cancelled until further notice

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off

-Postponed until further notice
-Residents with a solid waste account can request a landfill certificate for storm debris by emailing

Events cancelled or postponed

Postponed Programs and Events:
-Mayor Meck’s State of the City Address (April 16)
-All Buckeye Youth Sports Leagues (postponed until further notices)

Refund Process

Parks and Recreation programs, park rentals and services interrupted by this situation will receive a communication from the city discussing options for credit or refunds.  Please allow our staff to contact you and be patient, as this process will take some time to fully complete. 
-All classes will receive a prorated refund if the class has already started
-All classes that have not started will receive a full refund
-Youth sports participants will receive a full refund

Buckeye Area Schools

-Statewide closure of all Arizona schools through the end of the school year
-Before and After School Enrichment (BASE) canceled to follow school closure schedule

School Meal Services

-Visit Buckeye Elementary School District, Buckeye Union High School District and other area schools' websites and social media pages for the latest information. 




Information Resources

For more information, please visit the Maricopa County Department of Public Health, the Arizona Department of Health Services, or the Center for Disease Control and Prevention


  • Arizona Department of Health Services phone line: 602-542-1025
  • CDC information line:1-800-232-4636
  • Maricopa County Department of Public Health phone line: 602-506-6900