Bandera City Park will be limiting its total occupancy starting Friday, July 3 to 750 persons at any time. This decision was made by City Council on July 1st and is extending the Emergency Declaration for 30 days based on the Governors latest order. City Staff will count at the gate this weekend and will not allow any entries after we reach 750, unless people that are already in leave. Guests while in the park, should follow the health protocols from DSHS as stated by the Governor in GA-28. Best way to not come in contact with the virus is to stay home and stay safe!! Have a happy, healthy and safe 4th of July weekend.
Effective July 1, 2020, admission to Bandera City Park Fridays-Sundays and holidays will be as follows:
General Admission: $10.00
Bandera County residents: $5.00
Active military, veterans, first responders and seniors (65+): $3.00
Disabled veterans, BISD students & children 6 and under: Free
***PROOF OF ID MUST BE SHOWN FOR ANY DISCOUNTED RATE***
If you live in the City limits and pay a water utility bill it is still FREE but you must come to City Hall and pickup your park pass. You can not show proof of residency at the gate.
Season park passes: $100.00
Pavilion rentals: $100.00 + $75.00 refundable deposit
The public works crew will be patching and filling potholes in all areas of town over the next several weeks. Safety is a top priority for our workers on the streets. Please be patient, slow down and watch out for the workers.
Last updated July 9, 2020. To the left are the latest numbers for Region 8 from the Texas State Department of Health Services.
Notification Process: When a positive test result is received, Region 8 begins a contact investigation (CI). When the CI is complete, Region 8 epidemiologists will notify the Preparedness and Response (PAR) team. PAR staff will contact the county Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC) or County Judge to share the necessary information. Once EMC or County Judge is notified, PAR will notify the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) District Coordinator of the confirmed cases. Once notifications are complete, the case is added to the Region 8 case count totals.
When a patient has recovered from COVID-19, the PAR staff will notify the EMC or the County Judge and request that the COVID-19 Alert Flags that may have been placed in the dispatch center be removed.
On June 26, 2020, Mayor Schauman signed a Local Declaration of Disaster regarding Bandera City Park after Governor Abbott’s Executive Order earlier this morning. Here is the declaration.
Governor Abbott passed on July 2, 2020 a new executive order requiring face masks for the State of Texas. Click this link for details: Governor’s Executive Order #29
May 18, 2020 - Executive Order 23 Expanding Opening
May 1, 2020 - Under the Governor’s order there was an attestation for counties with five or fewer confirmed cases of COVID-19. As The County Judge has stated that Bandera County falls under this and will allow the capacity of the businesses to go from 25% to 50% occupancy as long as the social distancing guidelines are followed. Marshal Dietrich tried to visit most of the restaurants in the City limits today to cover this new stipulation and guidelines. So, with that said as of May 1, 2020 restaurants, retail stores, shopping malls, museums, libraries, and movie theaters can open at 50% occupancy. If you don’t have a Certificate of Occupancy and are in the City limits only and need to know what your capacity number is please call 830-522-3126.
April 30, 2020 - COVID-19 Utilities Assistance Program Information
April 6, 2020 - Ordinance 374: COVID-19 Declaration Amendments
March 31, 2020 - Governor Greg Abbott Executive Order No. GA-14
Relating to statewide continuity of essential services and activities during the COVID-19 disaster.
GA-14 Essential Services Designation
Follow these steps to determine whether your business is an "essential service" as defined by Texas Executive Order No. GA-14.
March 20, 2020 - Ordinance 373: COVID-19 Declaration
March 19, 2020 - Governor Greg Abbott Executive Order
Sanitary Sewer Blockages
With the growing concerns over the COVID-19 virus we understand that everyone has kicked their normal disinfecting and cleaning habits into high gear. We are asking that you refrain from flushing baby wipes, cleaning wipes, paper towels, and even the so called “flushable wipes” down your toilet. These products cause serious issues with the sanitary sewer collection system throughout the city.
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