Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources | City/County

Harris County, Texas

Harris County has “disaster declaration” for Harris County. Learn more by clicking here.

Baytown, Texas

The City of Baytown is under a local disaster declaration. City services will continue to run as normal. This declaration allows the City to take measures that further reduce the risk of the COVID-19 virus spreading into our area. These measures may include cancellation or postponement of local community events either sponsored by the City or scheduled to take place at City parks and facilities. Additional measures may be taken to protect individuals and groups who are more vulnerable to the virus. Learn more by clicking here.

Deer Park, Texas

The City of Deer Park is under a local disaster declaration.

  • Drinking water produced at the City’s Surface Water Treatment Plant remains to be safe and unaffected and will be monitored continuously by licensed operators. Due to this fact, there will be no reason for boil water notices to be issued.
  • Normal trash collection schedule will remain in place. Wastewater Treatment Plant will remain in full operation.
  • Water main breaks, meter leaks and other water related issues – as well as sewer back-ups and other related issues – will continue to be serviced. Please report through the Deer Park Public Works Department as normal. After-hours requests should be submitted through Deer Park Police Department dispatch at 281-479-1511.
  • Deer Park Public Library patrons are advised that effective through March 31, all programs have been cancelled at the facility. However, the library will be open during regular business hours.
  • Learn more by clicking here.

La Porte, Texas

The City of La Porte is under a local disaster declaration. This declaration allows the City to take measures that further reduce the risk of the COVID-19 virus spreading in our area. These measures may include cancellation or postponement of local community events either sponsored by the City or scheduled to take place at City parks and facilities. Additional measures may be taken to protect individuals and groups who are more vulnerable to the virus.

Morgan’s Point, Texas

The City of Morgan’s Point is under a local disaster declaration. This declaration allows the City to take measures that further reduce the risk of the COVID-19 virus spreading in our area. Doing so allows our health systems to sustain and meet the needs of our region, without overwhelming them.

City Closures/Services

  • City Hall, Public Works and the Police Department will operate as normal. All city services will continue as scheduled.

Pasadena, Texas

The City of Pasadena is under a local disaster declaration. City services will continue to run as normal. A disaster declaration means your City government has greater temporary flexibility to oversee large permitted gatherings. It also helps local communities with federal funding for things like medical supplies and emergency services, should the need arise.

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