The Town of Flower Mound has created an informational webpage at www.flower-mound.com/covid19 regarding the latest information from local health officials and any upcoming closures/cancellations of Town facilities and events.
As a reminder, the Town of Flower Mound follows the guidelines and recommendations set forth by the Denton County Public Health Department, Texas Department of State Health Services, and the CDC.
Currently, no one in Flower Mound is being monitored, quarantined, or has been diagnosed with the coronavirus/COVID-19.
Since the public visits several Town facilities (Community Activity Center, Senior Center, Public Library, Animal Adoption Center, Municipal Court, etc.) the Town respectfully requests anyone who has recently visited the countries with widespread, sustained transmission, or come in contact with those who have, to not patronize these facilities for 14 days after their return. Furthermore, if they have recently visited these countries, they should self-quarantine at their home for 14 days, according to the CDC recommendations.
At this time, the Town does not have plans to close facilities or cancel events. However, the situation could change as the coronavirus situation evolves in the State of Texas. Currently, there is not community-spread (spreading easily and sustainably in the community) of the coronavirus in the State of the Texas. Right now, all Texas COVID-19 cases are travel-related or close family members of travel-related cases.
The Town’s Emergency Management Office is in daily communication with the Denton County Public Health Department and other health partners to ensure the Town has the latest information and is proactively protecting residents and Town staff.
For more information, please visit the informational webpage at www.flower-mound.com/covid19.