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Mayor Stephen Mason on COVID-19

Date Published
Mar 24, 2020
Category
Business, Community Involvement, Events, General Info, Travel

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR

 

March 24, 2020

 

The City of Cedar Hill is responding to the Coronavirus outbreak in the Cedar Hill way.  Businesses, restaurants and community organizations are following guidance from local, state, and federal health officials.  Following these guidelines, our business community is rising to the occasion by offering adapted services, including takeout and curbside services by our dining establishments, and our essential businesses and operations continue to serve our community.

 

It is no secret that the economic effect of Coronavirus is already being felt by our businesses, our workforce and our residents.  To assist you in the days ahead, the Cedar Hill Economic Development Corporation and the Cedar Hill Chamber of Commerce have teamed up to bring you cedarhillstrong.com, a resource for our business owners, workforce and residents.  The website is updated daily with small business resources, restaurant takeout/curbside listings, local health updates and remote working tools for doing business from home.  You will also find links to immediate business and employment assistance.

 

I am proud of the cooperative response of our Cedar Hill family.  We are caring.  We are adaptable.  We are strong.  And we need your input.  It is essential that you take this short survey so we may connect you with the best resources to assist your needs.  The survey link is located on the cedarhillstrong.com page for your convenience.  We will keep the link open until Friday, April 20, 2020.

 

We are all in this together, and that’s how we will get to the other side. We stand ready to support you through this challenging situation, just as you have supported our city through the years.

 

God Bless,

Mayor Stephen Mason

#cedarhillstrong

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