City Facilities Begin to Reopen May 18
- Date Published
- May 20, 2020
- Business, Community Involvement, Events, General Info, Travel
The City of Cedar Hill will welcome the public back to the Cedar Hill Government Center and Tri-City Animal Shelter in a limited capacity on Monday, May 18. Other City facilities will remain closed until future reopening phases are announced, based on guidance from state and local health officials.
To protect the health of City employees and the Cedar Hill community, visitors to City facilities will be asked to wear a face covering or mask and self-screen for symptoms of possible COVID-19 before entering City buildings.
Residents are encouraged to continue to access services online at cedarhilltx.com and over the phone at (972) 291-5100.
Cedar Hill Government Center
Neighborhood Services, including building inspection and code enforcement is available by appointment only. Call (972) 291-5100, ext. 1111 to schedule an appointment.
Planning is available by appointment only. Call (972) 291-5100, ext. 1080 to schedule an appointment.
Public Works services are available by appointment only. Call (972) 291-5126 to schedule an appointment.
City Administration and Human Resources are open and appointments are encouraged. Call (972) 291-5100 to schedule an appointment.
Tri-City Animal Shelter is open during normal business hours, Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and occupancy is limited to 10 guests in the building at a time. Call (972) 291-5335to schedule an appointment for adoptions, strays, and surrenders.
The Zula B. Wylie Public Library will continue to provide curbside services. Find more information at cedarhilllibrary.org.
Parks & Recreation Amenities
Tennis and basketball courts are open and are limited to four people per court.
Restrooms are open at Crawford Park and Valley Ridge Park
Parks and trails remain open
Pavilions, gazebos, athletic fields, and playgrounds remain closed, and water fountains remain turned off.
The Alan E. Sims Recreation Center, Senior Center, and Crawford Park Pool remain closed at this time, based on guidance from state and local health officials.
Residents can help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community by avoiding crowds and keeping 6 feet from others, washing hands often, wearing face coverings in public, and staying home when sick. Individuals age 65 and older and those with medical issues, such as diabetes, heart or lung disease, cancer, or weakened immune system are at a higher risk of getting very sick or dying of COVID-19. State and local health officials continue to recommend that at-risk individuals and older adults stay home as much as possible and avoid face-to-face contact with others.