LOCAL DISASTER DECLARATION 2020- COVID-19

Catastrophe Notice

CORONAVIRUS 

Update from the City Manager 5-19-2020

After Governor Abbot’s Phase – two orders yesterday the City of Cuero will begin by opening the Rodeo Arena in the Cuero Municipal Park on May 22nd, available only for practice use.

Starting June 1st, Baseball Fields will be open for practice. Each organization in charge of these fields, will be in charge of who is allowed on the fields for practice. No concession stands can be open at this time.

 A date to open the swimming pool and splash pad has not been determined. The hope is to open in early June, but at this time the Governor’s orders only allow 25% in swimming pools and splash pads to remain closed.

All playgrounds and pavilions will remain closed until further notice. The picnic tables along the lake are available for families no larger than 5 people at each area. The walking and exercise trail will remain open.

The Golf Course will remain open under rules that are already in place.

If you are using the park, please help by cleaning up after yourself and disposing of all trash in the trash receptacles. We will continue to slowly open up more of the park as the Governor allows. See link below of Governors phase –two.

 If you have any questions, please call 275-6114.

https://gov.texas.gov/news/post/governor-abbott-announces-phase-two-to-open-texas


Raymie Zella

City Manager


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Helpful information about renters from the Texas Apartment Association

https://www.taa.org/renters/helpful-info/

If you want accurate, current information regarding the Coronavirus, please use the following safe sites.

Texas Department of State Health Services

https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

South Texas Regional Advisory Council

https://www.strac.org/coronavirus

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