Mayor's Order 6.23.20
Order Regarding Access to and Occupancy of Certain Facilities and Premises
Mayor Corbin Van Arsdale has signed a new Order regarding access to and occupancy of certain facilities and premises
Post Date: 06/24/2020
Mayor Corbin Van Arsdale signed a new Order Regarding Access to and Occupancy of Certain Facilities and Premises on June 23, 2020. The Mayor previously signed a disaster declaration for the City of Cedar Park on March 17, 2020. This declaration was extended with consent of the City of Cedar Park City Council on March 22, 2020.
The City of Cedar Park is taking proactive steps to limit the exposure to and spread of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus). For all in-person meetings of the City of Cedar Park City Council, Boards, and Commissions, all persons will be screened for COVID-19 via non-invasive temperature check and CDC-recommended symptom/contact-related questions administered by a city employee before entering the public meeting room.
No person may enter the room who:
- Has a fever 99.6° or higher
- Has had contact within the last 14 days with someone with a positive COVID-19 test result or with COVID-19 symptoms
- Has shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Does not have seasonal allergies and has a cough or sore throat
- Does have seasonal allergies and has a cough or sore throat that developed suddenly
Any person chairing such a meeting is authorized to manage occupancy of the room and ensure appropriate social distancing with CDC Guidelines and local and state executive orders.