In the city of Williams, residents will see little change since most of the city’s businesses were closed or restricted with Ducey’s March 20 executive order that restricted restaurants and bars.
Up to eight inches of wet snow fell on Williams March 18.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent Kathy Hoffman announced a two-week extension of school closures through April 10.
The Grand Canyon Railway has announced a two-month closure of business operations beginning March 20.
The Williams City Council passed a resolution declaring a State of Emergency, and councilmembers voted to allow businesses to remain open at their discretion at a special meeting March 19.
PHOENIX — Despite the two-week suspension of Arizona public schools because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Arizona Interscholastic Association Board has announced no postponements or cancellations to the spring championship athletic season.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Musicians at Williams Unified School District are able to grow their program with a recent donation from the Williams Alliance for the Arts.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — A potent and cold winter storm will bring significant low elevation rain and a possible eight to 12 inches of snow in Williams early March 18 through March 19, according to the National Weather Service in Flagstaff.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Mayor John Moore coordinated a meeting with Williams community leaders to address the latest developments of the coronavirus outbreak March 16.