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Confirmed Cases in Carrollton by County*
 County Confirmed Cases Deaths 
Dallas County 154 2
Denton County 150 3
 Collin County 0 0

*As of 6/3/20.  

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  • Operates under Gov. Abbott's orders
 
 For a breakdown of orders visit our FAQs page


Latest Updates

5/21/20 Limited Access to Additional City Facilities to Open June 1; Carrollton Announces Changes to City Event Schedule

City-Facilities-Reopening_Phase-II_thumbThe City of Carrollton will reopen limited public access to additional facilities on Monday, June 1 in accordance with Gov. Greg Abbott’s most recent executive order.
  • Rosemeade and Crosby Recreation Centers, 25% capacity, restrictions apply
  • Hebron & Josey and Josey Ranch Lake Libraries, 25% capacity, restrictions apply
  • Playgrounds, park restrooms, outdoor basketball courts, and youth sports fields, with restrictions
Water parks & splash parks are not allowed to open per Abbott’s orders, so the Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex, as well as Oak Hills and W.J. Thomas Splash Parks are currently closed. The City is evaluating options for if or when those facilities will be allowed to open this summer.

All City events through the end of June have been moved to socially distanced or virtual formats. Visit cityofcarrollton.com/events for more details.
  • July 4 Community Fireworks Display will not be held at Josey Ranch Lake as it has been in past years, but the City is evaluating alternatives to hold the display in another location that would best allow for social distancing.

  • The City has made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s 11th annual Festival at the Switchyard on Saturday, November 7. While the event was not scheduled to occur until the fall, planning for the event takes a full year, and due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent budget concerns, it would not be wise to spend resources on an event that typically draws more than 40,000 people within a tightly confined site map, and therefore may not be safe to hold.
Emergency services continue to be uninterrupted. The Carrollton Police, Fire, and Public Works Departments are fully operational and have protocols in place to protect first responders so they can continue to serve the City of Carrollton.

Virtual services are still strongly encouraged & remain available 24/7.

For more details about City facility access, events, and more, click here.

5/18/20 Gov. Abbott Issues Executive Order for Additional Phase of Reopening Texas

Gov. Abbott announced the phased reopening of more businesses and increased capacity of already opened businesses at a press conference on Monday, May 18. The reopening and increased capacity for businesses vary, with restrictions: 

  •  Effective immediately: Child care centers, youth clubs, gyms/exercise facilities (25% capacity), massage establishments, tattoo studios, piercing studios, and waxing services. Restrictions apply.  

  • Friday, May 22: Bars, craft breweries, wine tasting rooms, bowling alleys (25% capacity), restaurants (50% capacity). Restrictions apply. 

  • Sunday, May 31: Day and overnight youth camps, professional sports leagues without in-person spectators,  youth sports practices (games can not resume until June 15). Restrictions apply.

  • Monday, June 1: School districts can hold summer school.

Checklists with guidelines and more information were made available on Gov. Abbott’s Open Texas page. The City of Carrollton is continuing to evaluate the decision to reopen facilities such as recreation centers and libraries, per the Governor’s orders. More information will be provided soon.  For more details, click here


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