As of Wednesday, Colleyville had documented a total of 198 confirmed cases of the coronavirus and no deaths, according to the Tarrant County website. The number of positive COVID-19 cases has increased by 30 since Thursday.
On July 2, Gov. Greg Abbott issued an order requiring people over the age of 10 to wear face coverings in businesses and other public spaces, though there are some exceptions. Those who do not follow the order face charges up to $250. The order applies only to counties with 20 or more positive cases of COVID-19.
Colleyville released a statement on July 2 saying that the city “fully intends to comply with this order and asks that residents wear masks.” Previously, when Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley issued a mask ordinance, Colleyville officials issued a statement saying they “will not adopt any formal action enacting this measure nor provide enforcement.”
Outdoor gatherings that anticipate crowds of more than 10 people are prohibited under Gov. Greg Abbott’s July 2 proclamation, unless they are approved by the local mayor or county judge.
Tarrant County had 12,545 active cases as of Wednesday.
Here’s more about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected Colleyville, including information about testing and what city services and facilities are open.
MaxHealth Family, Internal & Sports Medicine (5207 Heritage Ave.) Hours are 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. 817-355-8000. Patients must undergo a virtual pre-screening appointment before getting tested for COVID-19. Schedule an online appointments here.
Retail, movie theaters, gyms and exercise facilities, libraries, offices greater than 10 people, water parks, wedding reception venues, wedding service venues, fine arts performance halls and youth clubs may operate at 50% capacity under Phase III of Abbott’s Open Texas plan.
As of June 26, restaurants were required to reduce 50% dine-in capacity, it was previously at 75%.
On June 19, amusement parks were allowed to open at 50% capacity.
Colleyville approved two advertising programs to help businesses recover after COVID-19 closures.
Colleyville resident and PGA golfer Chad Campbell tested positive for COVID-19 and was withdrawn from a PGA tour event.
Grapevine-Colleyville ISD plans for all students to start the school year online on Aug. 17, with students who have elected to return to campuses beginning in-person instruction Sept. 8. Students are roughly split between their preference for in-person or online learning, according to enrollment numbers from the district.
Tarrant County’s Coronavirus Hotline: 817-248-6299