November 24, 2020
Please click on the link below to view the state's COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan.
What can Texas restaurants do for city residents during the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Restaurants can participate in the Holiday Comfort Food Care Package Program (CFCP) to provide an opportunity for the public to donate meals to at-risk youth and families in communities across Texas in response to COVID-19. Participating restaurants offer Comfort Food Care Packages for donors to purchase on behalf of families and youth in need. Each care package contains enough food to feed a family of 5 to 6 and will be delivered to recipients’ homes.
If you own a restaurant and would like to participate in the CFCP or would like to donate a CFCP please click on the link below to see how you can help.
Families in need of food assistance through the program can get information here to view a list of participating restaurants.
To view the latest updates issued by the CDC on COVID-19, click here.
For Coronavirus COVID-19 statistical updates, click here.
September 17, 2020
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June 26th, 2020
June 25th, 2020
Governor Abbots's Executive Order No. GA-26 relating to the expanded opening of Texas in response to the COVID-19 disaster.
June 23rd, 2020
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April 27th, 2020
On April 27, 2020 Texas Governor Greg Abbott held a Press Conference and said that he will let the State’s Stay At Home Order expire on April 30, 2020, and allow businesses to begin re-opening in phases in May. Governor Abbot will allow retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters, and malls to open on Friday, May 1, 2020, but with occupancy limits of 25%. He also said that hair salons, barber shops, gyms, bars, and public pools will NOT be allowed to reopen yet.
Please click on the links below to view Governor Abbott's Executive Orders and "Texans Helping Texans" guidance plan.https://www.tml.org/DocumentCenter/View/1745/Governors-Executive-Order-GA-18 https://www.tml.org/DocumentCenter/View/1746/Governors-Executive-Order-GA-19 https://www.tml.org/DocumentCenter/View/1747/Governors-Executive-Order-GA-20 https://www.tml.org/DocumentCenter/View/1744/The-Governors-Report-to-Open-Texas
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April 8th, 2020
"Pursuant to section 552.233(b) of the Government Code, the City of Port Aransas has temporarily suspended the requirements of the Public Information Act (the “PIA”) due to the COVID-19 pandemic."
For more information on the PIA suspension, please visit the Texas Attorney General's Office at https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/open-government/governmental-bodies/catastrophe-notice
April 1st, 2020
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March 26th, 2020
Governor Abbott Issues Executive Order Mandating 14-Day Quarantine For Travelers Arriving From New York Tri-State Area, New Orleans
March 25th, 2020
March 20th, 2020
Second Mayoral Declaration
City Council Declaration of Disaster
Extending Declaration of Disaster
Executive Order by the Governor of the State of Texas
Relating to COVID-19 preparedness and mitigation.
March 18th, 2020
March 16th, 2020
The City of Port Aransas continues to actively monitor and respond to the the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We are in close contact with Nueces County, state and local health officials, and our community partners.
Although we do not have confirmed positive cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) within Port Aransas or Nueces County at this time, based on the press conferences that were delivered by Governor Abbott and President Trump, the City of Port Aransas is being proactive in trying to limit the community spread of the virus.
To continue this effort, Mayor Bujan signed a seven day disaster declaration for Port Aransas. 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.
The goal is to help slow the spread of infection. Doing so allows our health systems to sustain and meet the needs of our region, without overwhelming them.
City operations will continue as normal although we encourage everyone to conduct as much City business online as is possible.
- Texas Department of State Health Services:
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
- Nueces County Public Health:
- For Community Assistance:
We thank you for your cooperation and patience!
Emergency plan for the novel Coronavirus, now known as COVID-19