Note: All resaurants are either drive through and takeout only, or closed if noted.

A to Z Children’s Dentistry

To our wonderful A to Z community,

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to close A to Z Children’s Dentistry until further notice.

We will continue to be answering our on-call phone and seeing emergency patients on a case-by-case basis in our office. If your child is having a dental emergency, pain or you have any questions regarding your child’s dental health please give us a call at (505) 933-0876.

Please understand that we will do everything we can to make sure any missed appointments are rescheduled.

In the meantime, we encourage all of our patients to please stay safe. Practice social distancing as it has been suggested and make sure you are washing your hands and using sanitizer when needed.

Acoma Business Enterprise - Sky City Casino Hotel

Due to the COVID-19, the casino and hotel will be closed until further notice.
All Sky Lounge entertainment has been canceled.

Acoma Business Enterprise - Sky City Cultural Center & Haak’u Museum

Effective Saturday, March 14, 2020, Acoma Pueblo and the Sky City Cultural Center & Haak’u Museum will be CLOSED for visitation. We are taking every precaution necessary for the well-being of the general public due to the COVID-19 situation. This will take effect till April 13, 2020. We apologize for any inconvenient.


Chaco Canyon Trading Company

Temporarily closed until futher notice. Visit us online at

Cibola Arts Council, Double Six Gallery & Route 66 Vintage Museum

April 22, 2020

Dear Artists and Friends,
Here is a brief update on what is happening with Cibola Arts Council and the Gallery. I had a discussion with CAC Board President, Randolph Collins, on March 18, 2020 and a decision was made to reschedule the March 25th reception for the 15th Annual Mt. Taylor Exhibit and the performance by the Laguna Buffalo Dancers. The Student Art Camp and our film collaboration with El Malpais Visitor Center will also occur later this Spring or Summer.
Since we are closed until further notice, I feel that it is only fair to extend the current exhibit “Music Mountain Blues” until the middle of July and to open a new exhibit in August.
Our Plan is to offer a Malpais themes exhibit called “El Malpais: Sky, Surface, Subterranean” and our friends at El Malpais Visitor Center will support the show by informing their guests.
We have a new email at the Gallery:
Through this ordeal of COVID-19 we extend our appreciation to all Artists and Friends, stay safe and positive and we will see you all soon. Take care.
Robert Gallegos
Executive Director
Cibola Arts Council

Cibola Citizen

All interactions have been reduced to phone, email, and snail mail. Hours are currently 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday.

Cibola County

NM Courts Suspend Jury Trials.

Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands Encourages Responsible Recreation over the Holiday Weekend

The Cibola has experienced overcrowded day use sites, overflowing parking areas and heavy visitor traffic in spite of federal, state and local guidance on social distancing and limited group size to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus. With the Easter weekend ahead, the public is reminded that the safest option for everyone at this time is to Stay Safe, Stay Home.

At this time, no toilet facilities are serviced, trash collection is suspended, and some picnic/day use sites are unavailable to the public. Please plan ahead and keep the following in mind:

• Do not block roads or gates. Emergency vehicle and first responder access is important for everyone’s safety. Vehicles parked illegally may be cited and towed.

• Respect social distance. Stay at least 6 feet away from other visitors and limit your group size to no more than five people.

• Try to visit areas that are not as crowded. If an area is busy, please search for a less occupied location. Additional options can be found on the Cibola website or the Interactive Visitor Use Map.

• Avoid visiting during high use times. Weekdays are typically less crowded than weekends.

• Practice Fire Safety. Drown all campfires and ensure that they are out cold before leaving the area.

• Pack it in/Pack it out. Take your trash with you when you leave. Overflowing trash receptacles create litter, can be harmful to wildlife, and attract predators.

• Make arrangements to use a restroom before or after your visit. Unmanaged waste creates a health hazard for employees and other visitors.

• Follow New Mexico state public health orders and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance on personal hygiene and social distancing.

• Visit the Interactive Visitor Map for more information on available activities and limited service sites.

For additional information on COVID-19, go to Information from the U.S. Department of Agriculture is available at: Updates on the Cibola response to COVID-19 will also be posted on the Cibola website, and Facebook.

Cibola General Hospital

State officials have vigorously encouraged all to practice social distancing procedures: stay home, particularly if you are sick. Every person must work together to stem the spread of COVID-19 by staying isolated.

March 23, 2020 the Governor announced that effective tomorrow at 8 AM, New Mexico will be under a statewide stay-at-home instruction. All New Mexicans are instructed to stay at home except for outings essential to health, safety, and welfare.

It is urgently important that New Mexicans understand: You must stay home. Don’t panic – but it’s no time for business as usual. This is life-and-death, and the most important thing the average New Mexican can do to help, right now, is stay at home. All businesses except those deemed essential to public health, safety and well-being will be ordered closed. Our society must continue to operate – but in an extremely limited way. This is the only way to slow the spread of COVID-19. More information here:

Essential services include health care services, grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, utilities, child care for essential workers, banks & credit unions, shelters, emergency services, & infrastructure operations. See the full list of essential services and find more information here:


No children under the age of 18 years old will be allowed to visit.
Adult visitors will be screened upon entrance into the facility.
Adults (18+years) – No visitors
Child (17 and under) – 2 legal guardians
Adults (18+years) – 1 designated visitor per stay without tradeoffs
Child (17 and under) – 2 legal guardians
Adults (18+years) – 1 designated visitor without tradeoffs
Child (17 and under) – 2 legal guardians
Adults (18+years) – No visitors
Child (17 and under) – 2 legal guardians

Caregivers and special circumstances will be taken into consideration.
To maintain public safety, at this time our cafeteria will not be serving the general public.
Because of a worldwide shortage masks will be used when appropriate and not given to the general public.
STATE HOTLINE 855-600-3453

City of Grants

Coronavirus Updates April 1, 2020

The City of Grants is working closely with local, federal, state and county agencies to monitor the coronavirus situation and will continue to provide updates to the public on our website and social media. You may also call our main number at City Hall should you need additional information
regarding city services. The number for City Hall is 505-287-7927.

Due to the risk for the elderly, as of March 16, we will be closing the Senior Center. Meal services and transportation will continue and staff will remain on site and available by phone. Contact the Senior Center is 505-285-3922.

Home delivered meals will continue as usual. Meals that are typically served at the Center will be available, but participants should call 24 hours in advance to request a tray. Citizens will receive their meal via drive-up-service in the parking lot, to be taken home.

Starting March 16, 2020, the Water Department office will be closed to foot traffic. Citizens can make payments by phone, online, or using the night drop. There is no fee for these options. Contact the Water Department at 505-287-7927 Ext. 2015, or 2016.

Please check the Grants Recreation Facebook site or call 285-3542 to check on any program postponements or changes.

As of April 1, 2020
The following departments will be open:

• City Hall

• Airport

• Animal Care

• Clerk’s office for funeral arrangements

• Water Dept.-Available by phone 505-287-7927 Ext. 2015 or 2016, Drop Box for payment is located by the drive up window or online at

• Fire Department

• Police Department

• City Manager & Human Resource

• Coyote Grill-To Go Meals only. Call in advance 505-285-5544

• Senior Center (Services noted above)

• Municipal Court

The Following Offices are Closed

• Golf Course Closed

• Library Closed

• Recreation Closed

• Code Enforcement Closed you may email

Cocina Comacho

Beginning March 19th we will only be doing call in orders to pick up at our drive thru. Contact us at (505) 290-0083. Our menu can be found on our Facebook page. Thank you!

Continental Divide Electric Cooperative

Dear CDEC member: Like so many of you, CDEC management has spent the last several days and weeks learning about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it is impacting our world. CDEC is taking prudent measures both to protect the health and safety of our staff while continuing to best serve our membership during this evolving public health threat. We encourage our members to pay their electric and broadband internet bills online, by telephone and through U.S. mail to minimize close contact (within about 6 feet) amongst one another. We have one simple objective that guides us: Keeping our employees and members safe.
• Pay your bill by telephone at 1-844-859-5979.
• Pay your bill online at
• Mail your payment in the return envelope you receive with your bill, or place it in our secure night drop.
• Make payment arrangements by faxing us at (505) 287-2234 or online at https://
Thank you for your assistance and understanding.

Coyote del Malpais Golf Course

Coyote Grill will remain open for curbside to-go orders or delivery in the Grants area ONLY. Orders must be $10 or more for delivery .Please call in your order ahead, 285-5544. Grill hours will be 8 am to 4 pm. Monday thru Friday ONLY until further notice.

We want to thank everyone during this time. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Please stay safe and healthy from all of us at the Coyote.

Dancing Eagle Casino – Laguna Development Corporation


April 27, 2020

The Route 66 Casino Hotel, Dancing Eagle Casino and Casino Express temporary closure has been extended through May 15, 2020. The safety and health of our employees, patrons and community continue to be our highest priority.

We will continue to post updates on our website and through our social media based on the most current information available. Thank you for your patience.

Dancing Jalapeno

We regret informing our customers that we will be closed until further notice while we receive clear information on how we are supposed to proceed with respect to the COVID-19 outbreak. Our customers health and safety remains our first priority so please be patient while we try and learn exactly what is necessary to help our country and communities stay safe. At this time we could operate in ignorance and the hope that we do not contribute negatively to this pandemic like some food places, but we do not want to put any of our family, friends, and customers at further risk. As a small business owner, we rely solely on our business to provide for us, so it is with great reluctance that we make this decision. Again, my sincere apologies. We will provide an update when we have clear direction. Thank you all so much and God Bless!


Thursday, March 26, 2020

In the interest of always being open and honest with our customers, we wanted to update everyone on what’s happening with our diners.

With the COVID-19 situation changing daily, we’ve had to remain fluid and adapt our stores to fit regulations across 50 different states and multiple countries. So, we want to remind you to check with your local restaurant for updated store hours and menu item availability.

Please know that even with varied hours, the majority of our locations are still open and ready to serve you! We’ll continue to do our best to bring you your diner favorites via Denny’s on Demand contactless delivery or pickup. And we’re currently offering $5 off orders of $20 or more to anyone who uses code 5OFF20 at checkout.

Thank you again for your support. We’ll keep posting updates as things change so we can all get through this together!

Domino’s Pizza

During these difficult times, we’re here for you. For more than 60 years we’ve been the Pizza Delivery Experts! Domino’s is still OPEN to serve you. Whether you prefer delivery or carry out from the store, we still offer easy ways to get you delicious pizza, including our new contactless delivery option to minimize contact between you & your delivery experts. Call (505) 876-2323.

El Cafecito

So due to the closing of dine in restaurants I wanted to remind everyone to support us here at El Cafecito. Our call in and pick up window will remain open. We send everyone the best of health and keep us in mind when your stomach starts to growl. Prayers for everyone in our small lil town. Call (505) 285-6229.

Farmers Insurance

Please be advised that our office hours (for now) will remain the same 8:00am-5:00pm. However, we urge everyone to try and keep public contact at a minimal. We can also service anyone by phone, text, fax, and email. We can take payments over the phone as well. Our contact information will be listed below. We want everyone to rest assure, we are doing everything we possibly can to keep our office a clean and sanitary environment for our clients and our staff. We have a big bottle of sanitizer as you walk in or out you may use. Please take advantage of the other ways we can help you other than personal contact unless absolutely necessary. Thank you for your understanding.

Phone/text: 505.287.9449
Fax: 505.287.4914
Emails: Melinda-

First Baptist Church

I’m saddened to say we will have to cancel AWANA for the next 3 weeks due to health concerns. I pray that all stay well during this time!!
We will tentatively resume on April 8th.

Furniture Zone

To all customers we will be closed as we are non-essential. All layaways will be extended Please bear with us doing this trying time. Please stay safe and healthy. We will open soon as possible. Thank You.​

Gabby's Cafe & Catering/Meal Planning

Starting March 19th at 8am we will be Take-Out and Delivery Only. We will also have curbside delivery and phone payments. Contact us at (505) 287-9271.

Gallup-Mckinley County Chamber of Commerce

Due to the COVID-19 our Visitor’s Center and Chamber office will be closed to the public for the safety of our visitor’s and staff. You may reach us at (505) 722-2228.

Good Samaritan Society – Grants

For the safety of residents and employees, the Good Samaritan Society is restricting visitations. These restrictions are effective immediately throughout all locations in our organization.

The restrictions come following recommendations from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living during this international outbreak of COVID-19.
What this means in our skilled nursing facilities:
All visitors will be restricted except for end-of-life situations.
Friends and family are encouraged to communicate with loved ones remotely through phone calls, Facebook or video conferencing.
You can help our residents feel loved by using our free send-a-note feature. Just complete the online form on the participating location’s send-a-note link and we’ll print it out and deliver it to your loved one.
What this means in our assisted living, housing with services and affordable housing buildings:
Visitors are strongly discouraged.
Friends and family are encouraged to communicate with loved ones remotely through phone calls, Facebook or video conferencing.

Grants Community Pantry

To all of our Grants/Cibola County Public School Staff: If you are one of those is not at work due to the mandated limitations for the next three weeks, we invite you to join us at The Grants Community Pantry from 9:30 to 2:30, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays to help us distribute food to our clients through our temporary mobile food distribution system.

We’ll be doing mobile distribution outside – clients will have to stay in their vehicles. Our food distribution hours will be 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. only, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays during the restricted time frame. We’re not taking community service workers from out of state and no senior volunteers at this time, that do not already work with us. We are also not accepting donated plastic bags and no client updates also at this time.

If you have traveled out of state in the past 14 days, have a cough or cold of any kind, we ask that you do not volunteer.

**Because we are not sure how long this will last, we will only be giving 1 box this month. If you have already received a box, you will not receive a second box.**

Grants MainStreet Project

Hello everyone! Due to recent events, we are deciding to tentatively cancel all of our events until further notice. We apologize if you were looking forward to our events, but we are doing this for everyone’s safety. Thank you.

Grants Rodeo Association

Hello everyone! Due to recent events, we are deciding to tentatively cancel all of our events until further notice. We apologize if you were looking forward to our events, but we are doing this for everyone’s safety. Thank you.

Horse Health Fair
Still on for Sat, March 28 1:00-3:00
Jamie Poncho will arrive at 9:00 for shoeing. ….
Byron Murphy will be there to issue hauling papers. Proof of ownership 1:00-3:00
Airport Animal clinic- vaccines, coggins, worming, teeth floating certificates.*CALL 287-2763, to let the vet know how many horses. This way enough vaccines will be on hand. If you order them, please attend.*
If you/vendors have tack to sell…. bring a table… no charge for tack sale
Fly season will be here soon. Take care of your horses…..
Wash hands, keep a distance , hug a horse!!

Haltom Orthodontics

Hello everyone. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to close Haltom Orthodontics for two weeks, March 16th-27th.
We will be at the office answering calls and seeing some emergency situations during our normal business hours.

On March 27th we will reassess to determine if further action needs to be taken. This is a result of the suggestions from our government and other health officials, and we feel like this is our best course of action.

Please understand that we will do everything we can to make sure any missed appointments are rescheduled as soon as we have an idea of when the office can be opened back up to patients.

In the meantime, we encourage all of our patients to please stay safe. Practice social distancing as it has been suggested and make sure you are washing your hands and using sanitizer when needed.

Jennie's Pet Grooming

JENNIES PET GROOMING will remain OPEN until we are forced to close! We are just asking our customers to please keep in mind safe distancing… if you feel uncomfortable coming inside the shop please call us when you get here and one of use will go outside to get your pet from you (505) 285-6311. Thank you to all of our great customers!


Closed until further notice.


Let the Colonel feed the family tonight! KFC will continue to cook all your Kentucky Fried favorites while providing easy and safer access for our customers. Order ahead, enjoy free, contactless delivery by leaving a note for your driver on, or swing by any drive-thru. Terms apply at

KOA - Grants

First and foremost, we value the health and safety of every guest – and we fully support the government’s efforts – all efforts – to contain the virus.

And while we realize that some may disagree with our decision to remain open, we have nearly as many people asking if we’re open as those who have decided to cancel, based on the current situation.

As a RV Campground / Park, we can remain open, and have decided to keep all sites and cabins open through to our planned seasonal closing date of November 29th. Lord willing and the creek don’t rise, so to speak.

Your RV is essentially a “home on wheels” and a great place to shelter in place. Our cabins are not connected to each other, and therefore, you can stay in your own space with a lot of the comforts of home.

Our Dinner-delivered option is available as we don’t have dine-in facilities. The free continental breakfast is carry-only in observation of NM state emergency laws for this virus-thing.

We thank each everyone for your patience and support,

Grants KOA

Linda's Kiva Cafe

Good morning everyone!
Starting March 19 we will be taking to go orders ONLY (Drive thru)
Call us at (505) 287-5040 to place an order
Thank you for your understanding
God bless and be safe!


March 16, 2020 – Ensuring the health and safety of our people and our communities is our highest priority as the United States quickly mobilizes to slow the spread of COVID-19. Our decisions are guided by expert local and national health authority guidance. Additionally, we are complying with all local and state restaurant restrictions, where applicable.

During this time, it’s important that we are available for all guests who rely on McDonald’s. To align with increasing regulations throughout the country, effective at the close of business today, McDonald’s USA company-owned restaurants will close seating areas, including the use of self-service beverage bars and kiosks, and shift our focus to serving customers through Drive-Thru, walk-in take-out and McDelivery.

This decision allows for customers without access to a Drive-Thru and those unable to use McDelivery to continue to have access to McDonald’s.

Additionally, we have made the decision to close all PlayPlaces at U.S. locations, also effective today.

Our independent franchisees continue to focus on the needs of their local communities and make safe and caring decisions. Franchisees are strongly encouraged to adopt similar operations procedures while keeping the needs of their people and communities at the center of their decisions. This guidance is supported by franchisee leadership and is expected to be adopted by the majority of franchisees.

We are committed to supporting our people through these extraordinary times and anticipate most crew members with scheduled shifts will be redeployed to support serving customers in the Drive-Thru, carry-out and McDelivery.

“It is remarkable how franchisees, suppliers, agencies and company employees have come together in recent days. During these uncertain times that impact all of us in personal ways, our ability to support each other, our people and our communities will ensure we emerge from this crisis stronger than before,” said Joe Erlinger, President of McDonald’s USA.

“Franchisee leadership completely supports the decision to adhere to social distancing guidelines and ensure that large groups of customers are not gathered together inside our restaurants. We are committed to our role in supporting the communities in which we do business and protecting the public’s health by shifting our operations to Drive-Thru, walk-in take-out and McDelivery.” – Mark Salebra, National Franchisee Leadership Alliance Chair.

If customers have questions about the status of their local McDonald’s, they are encouraged to contact their local restaurant.

We believe this temporary change is the right decision for our consumers, our communities, and our business and will continue to evaluate our operations as the situation evolves.

McDonald’s of Acoma at Sky City Casino

Closed until further notice.

New Mexico Mining Museum

The health and safety of our guests, staff, and volunteers are the New Mexico Mining Museum’s highest priorities. Because of increasing concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), our Museum will be closed temporarily to the public, effective Monday, March 16, 2020.

We will make updates to the Museum’s operations as circumstances change.

Please visit the link below to learn more.

New Mexico State University – Grants

New Mexico State University is implementing a system-wide, two-week spring break for students, beginning Monday, March 16. While coursework will not be held during these two weeks, it’s important to note that the university will remain open.

New Mexico State University Grants - Small Business Development Center

As of Monday, March 24th the SBDC@NMSU Grants office is closed until further notice. However I am available via phone and email.

My contact information is:
phone: (575) 386-6645

If you have a meeting scheduled during this time, I will send you a ZOOM invitation prior to the meeting date.

Thank you for your patience during these unpredictable times. We look forward to resuming normal operations as soon as possible. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.

Denise Chavez, SBDC@NMSU Grants

Parkhurst Pharmacy

During this COVID outbreak, Parkhurst will remain open. We encourage all patients to use our drive-thru or delivery service. The normal delivery charge will be waived until at least 4/6/20. There are currently no walk-ins.
The area designated for suspected COVID is right next door. To protect our patients and ourselves we have locked the front door. Please use the drive-thru or delivery. We may ask you to park, but will service your needs as quickly as possible. Of course you can ask for OTCs. Thanks for your understanding. -Matt


POTCO is reaching out to you today regarding our response related to COVID-19 and our portable sanication services. We recognize our responsibility as essential personnel and our commitment to keeping our Community and Staff safe.

To begin with, let me assure you we are staying up to date with the current information disseminated from the CDC (Center for Disease Control,) local and national news and PSAI (Portable Sanitation Association International). We are focused on ensuring your portable equipment is as safe as possible under the present conditions. Our Service Technicians are trained and updated continually on best practices to protect everyone’s safety. These Service Technicians are working hard, dilligently and throughly for you.

The restaurant tanks are pumped out and refilled with water and a biological/deoderizer on a weekly basis, unless additional services have been prearranged by the client. We thoroughly wash and disinfect all surfaces of the interior and the outside front services to focus on any areas which may be handled. When our Service Technicians are finished with each unit, its surfaces will be as germ and virus free as possible.

It is important to realize, once people start using a restroom unit, there is no way of assuring cleanliness until the next scheduled service from POTCO.

POTCO offers hand sanitizer dispensers and refills in most units as requested by the client. However, as you may know, hand sanitizer refills are in serious demand and as of today, the supply is expected to not be available for another 4-6 weeks. We will do our best to make this service available. We are well stocked for all other supplies.

During these times of natural disaster or pandemic, we will experience the best and worst in people. We will celebrate the heroes and all suffer from the unscrupulous, selfish, and sometimes disgusting elements of society. We have those who steal toilet paper and hand sanitizer or refuse to use the facility in a clean and respectful manner.

POTCO will continue to provide the excellent services you are accustomed to throughout the current crisis and beyond.

Thank you for your time and consideration as we face this challenge together, most importantly, thank you for your support.


Pueblo of Laguna

Stay-At-Home Order and Pueblo Closure to Non-Residents

Frequently Asked Questions

On April 8, 2020, Governor Wilfred Herrera, Jr., in accordance with the Emergency Declaration dated

March 20, 2020, enacted a Stay-At-Home Order for all Pueblo residents and a Pueblo Closure to NonResidents effective immediately. This Order and Closure of the Pueblo will remain in effect until

further notice. All individuals are encouraged to support and adhere to this Order.


Q: What’s open?

A: Essential businesses will remain open. These include:

● Gas stations at the Dancing Eagle Travel Center, Superette, Paguate Mart, and Route 66 Travel

Center & Pit Stop

● Food Providers: Grocery stores, food banks, convenience stores, school meal distribution sites,

and senior meal distribution sites.

● Laguna Burger (Exit 114 & 140 locations carry out only), Dairy Queen (Exit 108 carry out and

drive-thru), and Dancing Eagle American Diner (Exit 108 carry out only).

● Farms, ranches, and other food cultivation operations

● Essential Tribal Government functions, including law enforcement, fire & rescue, and

emergency management services

● ACL Service Unit – Emergency Room and Pharmacy

● Utility Authority on call for emergency work orders

● Tribal General Maintenance on call for emergency work orders

● Post Offices

● UA Transfer station

Q: Why are some non-residents being allowed into the Pueblo?

A: Non-Residents who have been identified as “essential” POL employees, POL Enterprise Employees,

and Other Entity employees, will continue to be allowed into the Pueblo. These include:

● Non-resident Law enforcement officers

● Non-resident Firefighters/EMT’s

● Non-resident members of the Emergency Operations Center

● Non-resident supply vendors (including National Guard), construction workers, interstate

commercial drivers, and maintenance workers.

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● Non-resident accessing essential commercial services at I-40 exits, 108, 114, and 140.

● Non-residents traveling on state roads and BIA public routes, provided all persons remain inside

the vehicle unless accessing essential service.

Q: What’s closed?

A: The following are a list of closed operations:

● Gyms and fitness centers

● Public events and gatherings

● Hair salons

● Casinos and hotels

● Tourist attractions

● Laguna Public Library

● Entrances to villages and residential subdivisions will be closed to all visitors and non-residents.

● All Tribal buildings will be closed to the public. This includes Utility Authority and Laguna

Rainbow Corporation and Kawaika Senior Center (Kawaika Senior Center closed but still

providing drive-thru lunches for elders). Please call entities for assistance.

Q: What about government services?

A: This order does not change the status of Tribal government operations. The tribal government has

already moved to a largely telework system.

Q: I am a food vendor can I continue to sell in the community?

A: No. You are required to observe the stay at home order.

Q: I am an art vendor can I continue to sell in the community?

A: No. You are required to observe the stay at home order.

Q: Are there additional closings because of this order?

A: Yes. If a business does not fall under one of the “essential” categories, employees must either

telework or it must suspend operations.

Q: Will non-members currently residing on the reservation be allowed to remain in

the Pueblo?

A: Non-members with permission to reside on the reservation will be allowed to remain on the Pueblo

and will not need to be screened unless they have recently traveled out of state or are experiencing

signs and symptoms of COVID-19.

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Q: Can tribal members living off the reservation come back to stay?

A: Tribal members returning to the Pueblo after residing elsewhere are asked to go into selfquarantine in a place, where there are no other people, for a minimum of 14 days. They shall call our

COVID-19 information line at (505)328-5682, to make sure we have them on our tracking list. EOC

personnel can monitor them, to make sure the individual(s) have the necessary supplies for the

duration of the 14 days.


Q: Is there a curfew associated with this order?

A: Yes. You will be required to complete all essential activities so you and your family members can be

inside your home from 8:00pm to 5:00am daily.

Q: Can I leave to work or come home from work between 8:00pm and 5:00am?

A: You may travel during the hours of 8:00pm to 5:00am IF you are identified as an “essential

employee” or POL on-call staff traveling to work or returning home. Please have your badge or

documentation identifying essential worker status. As stated in the Executive Order Section I,

Subsection B. Curfew.

Q. What will happen if I’m caught violating the curfew?

A: All individuals are strongly encouraged to support and adhere to all protocols of the Executive Order

for the safety and wellbeing of all community residents. Individuals failing to adhere to the Executive

Order will be subject to Criminal and Civil Sanctions under Pueblo Law.


Q: What about the Shaa’srk’a transit?

A: This is considered an essential service and will continue to provide dialysis transports only during

this time, please call 552-9850, to schedule your pick-up.

Q: Can I still tend to my livestock?

A: Yes. Please observe the following:

● No more than 5 individuals in an area

● Only association members who reside in Pueblo boundaries may work on the Pueblo Rangeland

● Take separate vehicles with no more than 2 people in one vehicle

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● Stay 6 feet apart from each other (social distance) as much as possible

● Please postpone shipping until further notice if it involves bringing people and trucks in from

outside of the Pueblo.

Q: Can I still get my mail and deliveries?

A: Yes. Mail is considered an essential government function, and businesses that deliver goods or

services directly to residences are considered essential businesses.


Q: When should I leave my house:

A: You may leave your home for these reasons:

● If you work for an “essential business”

● If your job is part of essential government services that cannot be conducted through telework

● To conduct “necessary activities” -obtaining medicine, purchasing necessary supplies such as

groceries and personal hygiene products, picking up educational supplies from your child’s

school or providing necessary care and supplies to family members in another household

● To pick up Senior or Child lunches at designated locations.

● To take a walk, jog, or walk the dog. You should limit this activity to no more than 5 individuals

within your household and limit your time outside to only what is essential.

Q: Can I still go out and get my prescriptions?

A: Yes, this is an essential service. ACL pharmacy is offering curbside delivery. Call (505) 552-5394 or

552-5395 before traveling to make sure your prescription is ready for pick up.

Q: May I keep my appointment with my doctor, dentist or optometrist?

A: Most physicians are only conducting video visits at this time. Stay in contact with your physician’s

office for assistance with your regular healthcare needs. Non-essential medical care like eye exams,

teeth cleaning and elective procedures should be postponed.

Q: Will Laguna residents be allowed to travel to Albuquerque and/or Grants?

A: Travel to Albuquerque and/or Grants should be conducted as a “necessary” activity to purchase

groceries, cleaning supplies, or hygiene products, or to pick up medications. Social distancing should be

practiced in these settings and one person from the family should be designated to go.

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Q: What is considered a prohibited mass gathering?

A: Any public or private gathering that brings together five or more individuals in a single room or

connected space or an outdoor space where people are within 6 feet of each other.

Q: Are there any exemptions to the 5-or-more rule?

A: Yes. If five or more people live together, they are exempt inside their residence.

Q: Should I wear a mask when I go out for essential activities?

A: Yes. Wearing a mask is your first defense against COVID-19. Since surgical masks are in short supply

for first responders and healthcare workers we ask that you wear a cloth mask.

Q: How do I know I washed my hands properly?

A: Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. To ensure you wash long enough sing

the Happy Birthday song two times. If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that

contains at least 60% alcohol.


Q: How long will this order be in place?

A: This order is in place until further notice. Tribal Administration in accordance with the EOC will

continue to evaluate and consider when the order can be lifted.

Q. Who can I contact if I have questions regarding this Order?

A: You can contact your Village Official or the Governor’s Office at 552-6654.

Q. Where can I go to view documents in reference to the COVID-19 on the Pueblo?

A: Please visit the Pueblo of Laguna website at, under the COVID-19

Information link. Up-to-date information and resources are posted to keep our community members


Roberta’s Place Inc.

Hours changed to 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Calling for appointments is encouraged as the office is closed to the public. Call (505) 287-7200 for more information.

Grants-Milan Rotary Club

In the near term, we recommend that Rotary districts and clubs cancel or postpone meetings or events following the advice of national and local health officials.

Silver Lining Services, LLC

Office is closed to the public and staff is limiting contact with others. For any questions, call (505) 285-3445.

St. Teresa of Avila Catholic School

ST. TERESA CHILD CARE’S CURRENT SCHEDULE – Open 7:30am – 5:30pm Monday- Friday. As a child care provider, we are considered one of the essential businesses that will stay open to serve the community and those that still have to work through this medical crisis. We are open regular hours and we are following all regulations for social distancing ratios and precautions to prevent the disease from spreading. If you know of any first responders, medical workers, grocery workers, corrections department workers, postal workers, or others that are struggling with child care right now, please send them our way, we are happy to help out! Our office is open from 8:00am – 3:00pm – 402 E. High St. or call us at 505-287-2261.

Subway - Grants

Subway of Grants lobby will be closed beginning tomorrow Friday 03/20/2020 BUT our drive thru PICK UP WINDOW ONLY (no orders will be taken at window) will be OPEN Monday-Sunday 10am-8pm

Place your order at….
Subway Online
Subway Mobile App
Call Ahead Orders 505-287-9498
We appreciate your continued support & business during this difficult time, please stay safe & well.
Andrew & Deanna

Surf Shack Pizza

Delivery and takeout only. SK8 Shack is closed for business.

Taco Village

Drive Through and takeout orders only.

TBK Bank

Lobby closed. Drive through transactions only.

The West Theatre

We will be closing our doors temporarily until further notice. Until we can go back to business as usual , look at the glass as half full, bring the family back to the dinner table, play games , make your children smile, stick together, stay healthy and safe God Bless..​

US Bank

Hours have changed to 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. US Bank will permanently close on May 14, 2020.

Village of Milan

Office is currently closed to the public. Call (505) 285-6694 for more information.

Walmart - Grants

Our store is temporarily operating from 7am-11pm for the Grants Store. Thank you for your patience during this time, we apologize for any inconvenience.

Wells Fargo Bank

We regret informing our customers that we will be closed until further notice while we receive clear information on how we are supposed to proceed with respect to the COVID-19 outbreak. Our customers health and safety remains our first priority so please be patient while we try and learn exactly what is necessary to help our country and communities stay safe. At this time we could operate in ignorance and the hope that we do not contribute negatively to this pandemic like some food places, but we do not want to put any of our family, friends, and customers at further risk. As a small business owner, we rely solely on our business to provide for us, so it is with great reluctance that we make this decision. Again, my sincere apologies. We will provide an update when we have clear direction. Thank you all so much and God Bless!

To our customers and clients:
As we continue to navigate the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation, our first thought is for the safety and well-being of all individuals and businesses impacted by these difficult circumstances. In these unprecedented times, it is important that we come together to support all those impacted. At Wells Fargo, we are committed to providing you the financial access, guidance and support you need so you can focus on your well-being and your loved ones. I want to assure you that Wells Fargo will do everything in our power to continue to serve our customers and support our communities – through digital and mobile, by phone and in offices and branches as prudent.  In the meantime, please stay safe and take care of yourself and your loved ones. That is what matters most right now.

Charlie Scharf, CEO

“WOW” Diner

Have a craving for one of your Wow Diner favorites? We are open for To-go orders until 7pm. Check out our limited menu offerings on our website at