According to data from the La Paz County Health Department, most Parker area stores are currently out of paper supplies and wipes, but restocks do happen regularly. Other items are restocked too, but not at a level that keeps up with demand.
Walmart does not limit the number of toilet paper items or wipes people can buy, and is partially restocked daily. Safeway, on the other hand, does limit toilet paper, hand sanitizer, wipes, cases of water and other items to 2 per customer. CVS has no plans to limit the number of items customers can buy.
Food City has special opening hours for seniors with a caregiver, between 5am and 6am on Wednesdays.
The La Paz County Health Department checked with many Parker stores, getting data on their status of paper items and wipes, food, water and other supplies. These included convenience stores, grocery and merchandise stores, hardware stores and fast food establishments.
Some dining rooms are still open, but others have closed until further notice. Some fast food places are offering curbside service.
The common thread seems to be that store shelves are stocked regularly, even daily in the case of the large stores, but some distributors appear to be rationing and shelves are emptied by customers more quickly than they can be restocked.
To see the complete spreadsheet from the Health Department in PDF format, go HERE.