What is the City of Sugar Land doing?
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WHAT IS THE CITY OF SUGAR LAND DOING?
- Dr. Joe Anzaldua, Sugar Land’s public health authority, continues to work closely with local, state and Federal health officials responding to the worldwide outbreak of COVID-19.
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- Sugar Land’s public health authority and emergency management professionals participate in briefings with the state to ensure we have the latest information.
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- The city is updating and reviewing emergency management protocols to ensure continuity of operations. @(Model.BulletStyle == CivicPlus.Entities.Modules.Layout.Enums.BulletStyle.Decimal ? "ol" : "ul")>
Safely and strategically restarting and revitalizing all aspects of the Lone Star State—work, school, entertainment, and culture.
Update: October 7
Governor Greg Abbott issued an Executive Order to open bars and similar establishments at up to 50% capacity in conjunction with county officials. In hospital regions with low COVID-19 hospitalizations, County Judges will be able to opt their county into opening bars beginning October 14th, provided they assist in enforcing health protocols. The Governor's Executive Order also increases the occupancy levels for all business establishments other than bars to 75%.
More information is available at open.texas.gov
Updated September 17, 2020
Per Governor Abbott's latest standard health protocols updates, the following may operate up to 75% capacity, effective September 21, 2020
- Gyms / Exercise Facilities
- Museums and Libraries
- Office-Based Employers
Protocol revisions related to food service, no changes to operating capacity, effective September 17, 2020
- All Employers and Event Organizers
- Amusement Park Operators
- Bowling Alleys, Bingo Halls, Simulcasting, Skating Rinks
- Fine Arts Performance Halls
- Movie Theaters
- Outdoor Motorsports Events
- Rodeo / Equestrian Events
- Video Game Facilities
- Waterpark Operators
- Wedding Reception Venues
- Zoos, Aquariums, Natural Caverns
Executive Order by the Governor: July 2
Governor Greg Abbott has issued Executive Order 29 requiring all Texans to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth in public spaces, with few exceptions, in counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases. Open Texas checklists are being updated consistent with this order and will be posted after noon on Friday, July 3, 2020.
The Governor also issued a proclamation giving mayors and county judges the ability to impose restrictions on some outdoor gatherings of over 10.
Executive Order by the Governor - June 26
The governor’s June 26 order requires bars and establishments that receive more than 51 percent of their gross receipts from the sale of alcoholic beverages to close by noon today (June 26). Restaurants must revert to 50 percent occupancy levels beginning Monday, June 29. The order also requires any outdoor gathering of 100 or more people be approved by local governments.
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Infographic - Preventing the Spread
Downloadable informational flyer on steps to take to prevent the spread of respiratory viruses.