Safest Outside Restaurant Assistance Program
The State of Arizona created the Safest Outside Restaurant Assistance Program, which is designed to assist bars and restaurants with funding for the infrastructure needed to expand their premises. With $1 million total in the fund, businesses may apply for up to $10,000 to cover expenditures for items restaurants need to extend their premises to approved outdoor spaces such as outdoor furniture, barriers, patio heaters, or parklets.
- Licensed restaurants and bars serving food
- Fewer than 50 employees
- Must comply with all COVID-19 related executive orders
- Must demonstrate a new extension of premises that has been approved by the local governing body and the Arizona Department of Liquor Licensing and Control (if applicable)
View the Additional Guidelines and Application.
December 8, 2020
(Apologies for the short notice) - Please join us for this informative webinar tomorrow morning, December 9 at 9 am. The topic of discussion will focus on the temporary expansion of premises for restaurants in addition to answering questions about the recently announced grant to aid restaurants in this pursuit.
Join Zoom Meeting.
View the latest COVID-19 information and Business Resources.
April 24, 2020
View the H.R. 266, the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act (PDF). Please note: this newly authorized funding is expected to be expended very quickly, so eligible entities are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. View the following Non-Emergency Content.
Designed and built by Senator William Andrews Clark, Clarkdale was founded as a modern copper-smelting company town for the employees of the mines in Jerome and their families. Ahead of its time, Clarkdale boasted underground utilities, sewers, paved streets, stylish homes and a thriving commercial center.
The Building Division handles permit applications, inspections and code enforcement. The Town recently adopted the 2018 ICC Building Codes and 2017 National Electric Code (NEC) for plan review and inspections.
Clarkdale Downtown Business Alliance
The Clarkdale Downtown Business Alliance is an energetic group of small business owners and friends in Clarkdale, Arizona promoting fun on Main Street.
The Community Development Department deals with planning, permitting, zoning, sustainability, and development issues. Our team works closely with the Planning Commission, Design Review Board, and the Board of Adjustment to answer questions about zoning, permitted uses, conditional use permits, zoning changes, planned area developments, planned unit developments, variances, parking standards, landscaping standards, signage, subdivisions, and other related planning issues.
Learn about how to connect your utilities.
Look over our Staff Directory for the contact information of multiple departments and employees.
Clarkdale is a sustainable community of about 4,200 folks living in 10 square miles of beauty in the Verde Valley of north central Arizona. Bounded on the southwest by Jerome and Mingus Mountain, Cottonwood to the east, and Sedona and national forest to the north, the Town is bisected by the free-flowing and unspoilt Verde River. Within 90 minutes of Phoenix and 20 minutes of Sedona, Clarkdale features access to big city amenities nestled in some of the most beautiful country in America.
Mayor & Council
The Town Council acts as the governing body of the Town, with all the regulatory and corporate powers of a municipal corporation provided under the Arizona law. In general, the Town Council sets policy for the Town government by establishing Town ordinances and programs and appropriating funds for each Town department.
Open Books Information
View the Open Books of the Clarkdale Arizona.
The Planning Division is here to answer your questions regarding property development, whether it be an inquiry about putting up a fence on your property or developing a subdivision. We love to work with you to help plan a successful project. Call or drop by during regular business hours.