Be Scottsdale Safe

You matter to us. That’s why Scottsdale’s tourism and hospitality community is following stringent public health practices to minimize the risk of COVID-19 and help ensure that your time with us is safe and enjoyable. See below for the details on everything we’re doing to keep you healthy and to take the Safe Traveler Pledge. When you’re ready to travel, know that we’re open and ready to help you Be Scottsdale Safe!

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Mandatory Face Coverings
Cloth masks or face coverings are currently mandatory in all public places in Scottsdale and Maricopa County, including hotels and resorts, restaurants, retail stores, attractions, and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

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Safe Traveler Pledge
We’re in this together! As Scottsdale reopens for travel, we encourage all our visitors to take this Safe Traveler Pledge and follow a few simple steps to minimize the risk of COVID-19.


What’s Open & What’s Closed?
From hotels and resorts that are welcoming guests to Scottsdale’s restaurants, golf courses, shopping centers and attractions, discover what’s open and closed in Scottsdale right now.


Local Business Safety Protocols
Find out how Scottsdale businesses are keeping you safe with state-mandated guidelines for occupancy limits, physical distancing, and enhanced cleaning and sanitation procedures.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is requiring a negative COVID-19 test of all air passengers entering the United States.  Currently, there are no other travel or quarantine restrictions for travel to Arizona.  For more information on COVID-19 within the state of Arizona, visit the Arizona Department of Health Services.