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  1. Declare that a State of Emergency exists in Arizona due to the COVID-19 outbreak, effective March 11, 2020; and. b. Direct that the State of Arizona Emergency Response and Recovery Plan be used, and the Division of Emergency Management to be engaged, as necessary or requested, to assist the Arizona Department of Health Services' coordination of ...

  2. If the Governor declares a state of emergency, a maximum of $200,000 can be allocated for Public Assistance. Arizona does not have a disaster survivor assistance fund at this time. A.R.S. § 35-192 (F) (2) The Recovery Branch administers the Public Assistance process for recovery. If the emergency requires more than $200,000, then the State ...

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  4. Aug 27, 2021 · Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has issued a declaration of emergency for Coconino County after heavy rain last week caused major flood damage to homes, neighborhoods and private property.

  5. Dec 11, 2021 · The mayor of an Arizona border city declared a state of emergency on Dec. 9 due to the soaring numbers of illegal immigrants flooding in from Mexico. Yuma Mayor Douglas Nicholls said he issued the ...

  6. Aug 11, 2021 · The information offered on this site is made available as a public service and is not intended to take the place of legal advice. If you do not understand something, have trouble filling out any of the forms or are not sure these forms and instructions apply to your situation, see an attorney for help.

    • Overview
    • State Emergency Declarations
    • Federal Emergency Declarations and Authorities
    • Implications of State and Federal Emergency Declarations and Authorities
    • Practice Notes
    • Sources

    When a government declares a state of emergency—or does not make such a declaration—this decision determines the legal and operational resources available to respond to an emergency and has implications for governments, the private sector, and the public. Understanding the scope of state and federal emergency authorities and how they interact is an important part of preparing for and responding to public health emergencies. (Download a printable PDF.)

    Authorities Without an Emergency Declaration

    State officials have existing broad powers to address emergency situations by virtue of the statutory authorities granted to their positions without formally declaring a state of emergency. A state health officer’s existing authorities generally contain a broad grant of authority to, among other things, abate nuisances, investigate the causes of disease, and institute quarantine measures. Depending on the circumstances of an event, these existing powers may be sufficient to adequately respond...

    Authority to Declare Emergencies

    When conditions warrant, all states have mechanisms that allow government officials to declare a state of emergency, thereby activating authorities and resources that are unavailable in non-emergencies (see below). All states give the governor the authority to declare one or more types of emergencies (see below). Increasingly states have granted state health officers/agency directors the authority to declare public health emergencies. Other state officials such as the emergency management age...

    Types of State Emergencies

    The determination of whether circumstances justify or require the declaration of an emergency depends on conditions set out in state law. Traditionally states have a general statute that permits the governor to declare a state of emergency for any type of emergency or natural disaster, which can be construed broadly to include disease epidemics and other public health emergencies. In the last decade, states have begun to refine their approaches to defining emergencies; a state may have one or...

    As with the states, federal law imbues designated federal officials with broad powers that allow them to respond to and assist states and localities in responding to emergencies even without a federal emergency declaration. Thus, the secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) has broad authority under Sections 301 and 311 of the Public Health Service Act to provide assistance to states and localities.2Federal law also provides the president and other federal officials with authority to declare emergencies under specified conditions. Some of these federal authorities relevant to the public health context include: 1. President—Stafford Act and the National Emergencies Act. 2. HHS Secretary—Public Health Service Act Section 319 and Social Security Act Section 1135.

    An emergency declaration can change the legal and operational landscape in which governments, private organizations, and the public operate during an emergency. Emergency declarations, especially if they occur at multiple levels (federal, state, local), can confuse organizations and individuals. All state agencies need to understand the implications of operating under an emergency declaration, especially those that are not directly involved in response activities such as state procurement offices. States must also understand the legal and operational effects of a federal emergency declaration. Federal declarations may affect compliance with federal legal and programmatic requirements. Federal declarations generally do not alter state legislative and regulatory requirements; however, state law will be preempted to the extent it conflicts with federal law. State declarations are necessary to modify states legal requirements. During H1N1, some states declared emergencies, while neighbo...

    Identify the state statutory requirements for declaring emergencies in your state.
    Understand who can declare emergencies, under what circumstances, and the powers that do/do not flow from this declaration.
    Understand the procedures for implementing and the implications of declaring local or regional emergencies within the state and how these compare to statewide emergencies.
    Identify and understand how state requirements are modified when there is a federally declared emergency.
    HRSA. Emergency System for Advance Registration of Volunteer Health Professionals (ESAR-VHP) — Legal and Regulatory Issues. Draft Report. May 2006.
    CDC, Public Health Law Program. “Selected Federal Legal Authorities Pertinent to Public Health Emergencies." September 2009. Available at http://www.cdc.gov/phlp/docs/ph-emergencies.pdf. Accessed J...
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