Local disaster declaration issued

Order signed by mayor March 20, 2020
Posted on 03/20/2020
The number one priority of the City of Willow Park is the safety and well-being of our community. To that end, Willow Park Mayor Doyle Moss has issued a local disaster declaration on March 20, 2020, that will last for seven days, or possibly longer if the City Council votes to extend the declaration. This declaration will make the City eligible for state and federal funds to assist in our local response to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Under the terms of the declaration, the City of Willow Park’s emergency management plans are activated. 

We expect our businesses and residents to comply with the terms of Governor Greg Abbott’s March 19 Executive Order, including avoiding gatherings of more than 10 people; the closure of dine-in restaurant spaces, gyms, and bars; and not visiting nursing homes or long-term care facilities. 

City staff continues to work diligently to ensure the continuity of essential services to our community. We are also working to support our local businesses during these trying times.

Up-to-date information on COVID-19 can be found here. 

We encourage everyone to continue to follow the current CDC guidelines and look out for each other. Together, our community can sustain through this crisis and emerge stronger than before. 

Don’t hesitate to call us at 817-441-7108 or email if you have any further questions. We’re working for you. 

City of Willow Park Declaration of Disaster

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