Posted by Marie Trejo on Mar 17, 2020 3:34:03 PM
Marie Trejo


March 30 - 4 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Cochise County. 

President Trump extends social distancing. Read more here.

Govenor Ducey announces schools will remain closed through the end of the school year. Read more here. 

As an essential business, the health of our employees, their families, and our clients is our highest priority. 

Additional measures being implemented:

  • Limit all contact as much as possible by wearing gloves. 
  • Advising employees to avoid touching their face and avoid sharing food/drinks
  • Employees will not enter the office area
  • Trucks and equipment will be wiped down
  • Some employees will drive themselves to the jobsite
  • Employees concerned or at-risk will have the opportunity to not come to work
  • All employees are encouraged to practice social distancing and to stay home after work

March 23 - There is now one case of COVID-19 in Cochise County.

Here are additional measures we are taking:

  • Crews will receive instructions via text/email
  • Our office will be closed to in-person visits (the gate is locked). However, clients can still access and use our dropbox out front
  • Clients are encouraged to communicate with their crew(s) via our office staff. If you have a question or concern, please communicate through the office and we will pass it on to the field workers
  • When our crew(s) are on your property, they will not come to your door to talk about the service or follow up with the service. If the crew is on your property and you have a question or concern, we will stand at least 6 feet away. 
  • Our office staff will start transitioning to working virtually. 

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to keep our employees safe as well as you, our client. 

March 17 - Wow - so much can change in so little time!

COVID-19 sure is making headlines! It is all anyone talks about. Rightly so, as we are all asked to hunker down for the next couple of weeks. As of today, there are no cases of this virus in Cochise County. 

Here is a letter that we sent to our clients:

As we learn more about the current pandemic, COVID-19, we want you to know that we at Grasshopper Landscaping are taking precautions seriously. We will still provide you with great service but we will do a few things to help prevent contracting and spreading the virus. 

Here is what we will be doing to help mitigate the contraction of COVID-19:

 - We won't be shaking your hand

 - We won't enter your house

 - We won't enter your garage

 - We will stand 6 feet away from you

 - Technicians and estimators will leave if they feel they cannot remain safe. 

 - Our office will be temporarily closed to walk-ins. However, we will still be in the office and available to help by phone or email. 

 - We are encouraging all employees to wash their hands frequently, maintain a healthy diet, get enough sleep, and encouraging sick employees (and employees with sick family members) to stay home. 

Our first goal is to not contract the virus and our second goal is to prohibit the spread of the virus. Many of our clients are elderly and their health is very important to us. We are exposed to many people daily as we go from property to property. For the most part, the virus doesn't prohibit us form doing our normal jobs.

We plan to operate as usual through this pandemic. We will keep updated on COVID-19 as there are new updates frequently. In the event that we need to shut down or delay our operations due to the virus, we will do our best to communicate our actions and solutions to you. 

Thank you for your patience and understanding. 

Damon and Marie Trejo



*As we all work together and do our part with social distancing, we can rise from this global trial and challenge. It can be our finest hour but it will only happen with everyone's help. I came across this the other day and I think you will like it:


Future updates will be posted here. 






Topics: COVID-19