Pima County Attorney’s Office To Remain Closed Until After MLK Holiday


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TUCSON, ARIZONA – January 12, 2021 – In order to ensure the safety of all its employees and county residents at-large, the Pima County Attorney’s Office (PCAO) will remain closed to staff and the public through Tuesday, Jan. 19, due to a COVID outbreak. A small number of senior staff will work from PCAO headquarters at the Legal Services Building (32 N. Stone Ave.) in downtown Tucson, but the overwhelming majority of the Office’s 377 employees will continue to telework until the building reopens.

During the closure, which was first announced over the weekend on Jan. 10, the building will continue to be cleaned and sanitized by the County’s facilities management team. Though the building will be closed, the work of ensuring justice for Pima County residents will continue.

“The extra time will give us all a chance to get tested, get our results, and, for those who have tested positive, additional time to heal and get well,” Pima County Attorney Laura Conover told employees today during an Office-wide Zoom meeting.

Laura and her senior leadership team have been tested or are scheduled to receive COVID tests this week. On Monday, Laura’s test came back negative.

Laura Conover

Laura Conover

Pima County Attorney

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