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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information
While the City of Cedar Park is not a vaccine provider, you can find vaccine updates, a map of State-approved providers and answers to frequently asked questions on the Texas Department of State Health Services page.
Get more information on the TX Health and Human Services COVID-19 Vaccine Information page. The data provided on the State of Texas website is from the Texas Department of State Health Services and cannot be verified by the City of Cedar Park.
Direct Vaccine Scheduling Now Available
The City of Cedar Park is not a vaccine provider. You may now schedule your appointment directly with a COVID-19 vaccine provider in Williamson County.
Williamson County & Cities Health District (WCCHD) COVID Information Page
The Williamson County and Cities Health District, of which the City of Cedar Park is a member, has created this helpful COVID Information page on its website.
Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) Phone Call Center for Vaccine Information
The Williamson County and Cities Health District has established a call center for COVID-19 information. The non-emergency hotline, 512-943-3600, is staffed Monday through Friday, 8 am to 6 pm.
The City of Cedar Park is located mostly in Williamson County, with a small portion to the west in Travis County:
- View Williamson County Case Count Information to obtain information on the Cedar Park area
- Effective November 15, 2021, the Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) is using the Center for Disease Control's (CDC) COVID Data Tracker for community transition rates; learn more on the WCCHD website
- Research Travis County Case Count Information, see map and zip code (78613) for Cedar Park area
January 13, 2022: Travis County Order Protecting Customers & Employees & Preserving Adequate Workforce Capacity
This Order is specific to businesses located in Travis County and requires them to display specific signage. Read the January 13, 2022 Order (PDF).
November 15, 2021: Health District Transitions to CDC Data Tracker for Gating Phases
Effective Monday, November 15, 2021, the Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) transitioned to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Data Tracker for gating phases for COVID community transmission rates (red = high, orange = substantial, etc.).
The CDC's Data Tracker provides an integrated, standardized view of COVID transmission rates. To see the CDC's Data Tracker transmission rates, enter the state (Texas) and county name (Williamson).
Find information about WCCHD's transition to the CDC Data Tracker.
June 25, 2021: Update to Cedar Park Municipal Court's Health Protocol Plan
Please read the Cedar Park Municipal Court's Health Protocol Plan (PDF), which complies with the Texas Supreme Court's Emergency Orders, as well as the Office of Court Administration's guidelines regarding COVID-19 for court operations.
May 18, 2021: Executive Order Prohibiting Government Entities From Mandating Masks
Governor Greg Abbott issued an Executive Order, beginning May 21, prohibiting governmental entities in Texas - including counties, cities, school districts, public health authorities, or government officials - from requiring or mandating mask wearing. Public schools may continue to follow current mask-wearing guidelines through June 4. After June 4, no student, teacher, parent, or other staff member or visitor can be required to wear a mask while on campus.
Additional information on the Office of the Governor website.
May 6, 2021: State Vaccine Call Center to Connect Organizations, Businesses with Mobile Vaccine Teams
Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM), and the Texas Military Department (TMD) announced the launch of the State Mobile Vaccination Team Call Center.
Beginning May 7, 2021 at 8 am, Texas businesses or civic organizations can call 844-908-3927 (844-90-TEXAS) and select option 3 to schedule a visit from a state mobile vaccine team to vaccinate employees, visitors, or members. To qualify for a visit, a business or civic organization must have 10 or more employees, visitors, or members who voluntarily choose to be vaccinated. Homebound Texans are also encouraged to call the hotline and select Option 1 to request a state mobile vaccination team to visit their home.
Learn more by visiting the Office of the Governor website.
What You Need to Know About COVID-19
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance on Things to Know About the COVID-19 Pandemic
County/State Health Services Links
- Prevention of COVID-19
- COVID-19 Texas Case Count
- Contact the TX Department of Health and Human Services