What about lost pets?

One location means one place to look for a lost pet, which will ultimately save time and energy for customers.  Right now, an animal picked up in the East Valley may not end up at the east shelter, depending on capacity.  This confusion will be eliminated with a single, centrally located shelter.

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1. Is the east shelter definitely closing?
2. When would it close?
3. Will the east shelter stay open until the expansion of the central shelter is complete?
4. What will happen to the east building?
5. What will happen to homeless animals in the East Valley?
6. How much will the new, expanded central shelter cost?
7. How does this project fit with the county’s promise to be fiscally responsible?
8. Why now?
9. What else is being considered to address concerns about combining two shelters?
10. How will a consolidated shelter impact the mission of trying to save animal lives?
11. What about lost pets?
12. How will staff and volunteers be impacted by the change?
13. Why can’t you expand the east shelter instead?
14. How can you be sure there will be enough space for animals at one shelter?