Doña Ana County

COUNTY ENCOURAGES COMPLIANCE WITH NO MASS GATHERINGS ORDER THROUGH UPCOMING HOLIDAYS

COUNTY ENCOURAGES COMPLIANCE WITH NO MASS GATHERINGS ORDER THROUGH UPCOMING HOLIDAYS

Doña Ana County reminds everyone that public parks are closed to encourage social distancing and help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

These closures follow the New Mexico Public Health Emergency Order from the Department of Health on March 23 closing all businesses and non-profits, except for those deemed essential. 

To help keep the virus from continuing to spread, everyone is encouraged to comply with this order and avoid gathering at any public space, during the upcoming holidays.

“We understand this is challenging for everyone, as we are asking that residents temporarily suspend celebrating an important holiday for the community and the family,” Doña Ana County Manager Fernando R. Macias said.  “However, we appreciate your support to help minimize the impact this virus pandemic has on our community.”

Though parks and other facilities are closed, County employees continue to provide essential services, such as meals for seniors, public safety, utilities workers and road crews remain active, to meet the community’s needs.

For more frequent updates, please check our website at www.donaanacounty.org and social media channels on Facebook and YouTube.

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