Meet Scottsdale Safe

Your clients matter to us. That’s why Scottsdale’s tourism and hospitality community is taking steps to ensure your group’s time with us is as safe as it is enjoyable. See below for details on the ways your attendees can keep healthy while in Scottsdale, from the moment they arrive at our airports until the moment they depart – newly refreshed and inspired – for home.

 

Meet Scottsdale Safe
Watch this short video for an overview of Scottsdale’s COVID-19 safety precautions. Then explore the links on this page to discover how we’re helping your group Meet Scottsdale Safe!

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The Scottsdale Advantage
From fresh air and sunny skies to campus-style resorts and unique outdoor venues, Scottsdale has several distinct advantages when it comes to hosting safe, successful meetings.

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Airport Safety Protocols
Your group’s health and welfare is our top priority, from the moment they land until they depart for home. Find out more about enhanced safety protocols at Scottsdale-area airports.

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Local Health & Safety Measures
Find out how the city of Scottsdale and local businesses are striving to keep the community safe with efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

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Virtual Tool Kit
Until you can join us for an in-person site visit, we’ve curated this virtual toolkit so you can explore everything Scottsdale has to offer your group –from the comfort and safety of your home or office.

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What’s Open
On March 25, 2021, Arizona’s governor allowed all businesses to resume normal operations, including hotels, restaurants, bars and attractions. Businesses are encouraged to continue following recommendations from the Arizona Department of Health Services.

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Recommended Face Coverings
Cloth masks or face coverings are encouraged in all public spaces, including hotel and resorts, restaurants, retail stores and attractions. Face coverings are required in Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and Scottsdale Airport.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention requires air passengers entering the U.S. to provide a negative COVID-19 test. Currently, there are no other travel restrictions or quarantine requirements in Arizona. The Arizona Department of Health Services has additional information on the state’s response to COVID-19.