Inauguration Ceremonies Force Restricted Access To State Offices

Arizona State Capitol Executive Tower [Wikimedia Commons]

On Monday, inauguration ceremonies will force restricted access to the Arizona State offices located in the Executive Tower, 1700 West Washington Street, Phoenix, AZ 85007.

Due to several events in the Capitol Mall area on Monday, January 7, some State offices will temporarily relocate services to the public. The following State offices will be operating from remote locations:

Governor’s Office of Constituent Services & Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family: Temporarily relocated to the Arizona Department of Administration, 100 N. 15th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85007.

Registrar of Contractors: Temporarily relocated to the Arizona Department of Transportation, 206 S. 17th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85007.

State Treasurer’s Office: For State agencies making deposits during the Executive Tower building shutdown on Monday, the Treasurer’s Office is advising of available options for processing deposits –

Cash and checks: The Office of the State Treasurer strongly urges any state agency needing to make a deposit of cash or checks with the Treasury to do so directly at a Bank of America branch. Your agency will need to obtain a direct deposit receipt from the bank and include it with the cash receipt (CR) when you submit to the Treasury.

Electronic wires: If your agency has a federal wire deposit or other urgent electronic deposit, please email a PDF of your CR document to agencydeposit@aztreasury.gov. Wire deposits may not be processed until Tuesday, January 8, 2019.

In person: If you need to make your deposit at the Treasury Office on Monday, there will be Treasury staff available at the counter.

Secretary of State’s Office: Provided no information.

Inauguration Program

Pre-Inauguration Music: Arizona National Guard, 108th Army Band

Welcoming Remarks: Robert Uribe, Mayor, City of Douglas

Presenting of the Colors: Joint Color Guard of the Arizona National Guard & Arizona Department of Public Safety

National Anthem: Tech Sgt. Lisa Cimino, Air Force National Guard

F-16 Falcon Flyover: Arizona Air National Guard, 162nd Wing

Pledge of Allegiance: Eddie Pastor Cotto, Sophia Verma Cotto, Francisco Pastor Rivera, Alexis Pastor Lopez, grandchildren of the late Congressman Ed Pastor

Invocation: Rabbi Pinchas G. Allouche, Congregation Beth Tefillah

Tribal Blessing: Verlon M. Jose, Vice Chairman of Tohono O’odham Nation

Administration of the Oath of Office by Chief Justice Scott Bales:

● Joe Hart, Arizona Mine Inspector

● Kathy Hoffman, Superintendent of Public Instruction

● Kimberly Yee, State Treasurer

● Mark Brnovich, Attorney General

● Katie Hobbs, Secretary of State

● Douglas A. Ducey, Governor, State of Arizona

Musical Interlude: Jonah Littlesunday Performing “A New Dawn,” accompanied by Jay Begaye

Benediction: Dr. Warren H. Stewart Sr., Senior Pastor, First Institutional Baptist Church

Closing Remarks: The Honorable Robert Uribe, Mayor, City of Douglas

Post-Inauguration Music: Arizona National Guard 108th Army Band

Agency services will resume normal operations on Tuesday, January 8, 2019.

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