Extension of the State of Emergency, dated November 9, 2020, in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic
Supplemental Order, November 9, 2020, in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic
October 13, 2020 Face Covering Resolution changing minimum age to ten years of age
October 13, 2020 COVID Face Covering Order changing minimum age to ten years of age
Sept 14th 2020 City Resolution extending and Amending the State of Emergency for the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Supplement to previous orders of the City of Red Oak pertaining to COVID-19: the Health and Safety Protocols including face coverings, social distancing, and hygiene.
August 10 2020 - Extension of State of Emergency
Continuance of Disaster in the City of Red Oak, extending the order for face coverings.
Orders for: Business Health and Safety, Face Covering, Outdoor Gathering
Citizens please understand that if you live within the City Limits of Red Oak you must seek approval from Mayor Stanfill to have a gathering of more than 10 people from outside of your immediate family. The Judge of Ellis Co. does not have the authority...
Face coverings required at all businesses to fight COVID-19
June 8 2020 - Mayor's Amendment and Extension of Declaration of Disaster
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RED OAK,TEXAS, AMENDING RESOLUTION 20-12R, EXTENDING AND AMENDINGA STATE OF EMERGENCY AS A RESULT OF THE COVID-19 VIRUS;PROVIDING FOR INTERIM PUBLIC SAFETY MEASURES
Governor Abbott's executive orders go into effect Friday at 12:01 am. At that time his orders will supersede any of the City of Red Oak's orders that may be more restrictive to any essential or reopened service...
In accordance with Governor Abbott’s executive order GA-18, the following are the minimum recommended health protocols for all individuals in Texas.
COVID-19: Guidance for Employers, Employees, and Customers of Reopened Retail Services
Amended City of Red Oak Shelter in Place to now include wearing of face masks.
The CARES Act was passed by Congress on March 27, 2020. The programs and initiatives in the Act are intended to assist business owners and nonprofits with current needs due to the COVID-19 crisis.
CDW Requirements for trash pickup
Top scams targeting people during the COVID-19 crisis
Governor Abbott Announces Comfort Food Care Packages For Texas Youth And Families
Governor Abbott Issues Executive Order, Implements Statewide Essential Services And Activities Protocols
DO NOT TAKE non-pharmaceutical chloroquine phosphate
Apple Announces COVID-19 Screening Tool in Partnership with the White House and AdministrationAs a direct result of President Donald J. Trump’s all-of-America campaign to combat COVID-19, Apple Inc. has partnered with the White House, the Department of...
Facts about that is an essential job and details about the Shelter in Place order
Mental Health Support Phone Line to help during the COVID-19 emergency
Senior Citizen Meal Assistance
Amended order of the City of Red Oak to now include Shelter in Place
Extended date for covering of Nose and Mouth until May 11, 2020
How does Social Distancing help slow the spread of COVID-19?
DSHS testing Overview
COVID-19 map of confirmed cases in Ellis County provided by the City of Waxahachie, and a State of Texas confirmed cases map provided by DSHS.
Governor Abbott announced that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has now granted Texas’ Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) assistance declaration
Updated, extended Mayoral Declaration of Disaster
Amended March 25, 2020
Orders of the County Judge in response to COVID-19
Updated County Order - Shelter In Place
Ellis County Disaster Declaration for COVID-19
The City of Red Oak has declared a local disaster in response to the COVID-19 disease.
The City of Red Oak is concerned for the health and welfare of its citizens. The Mayor and City Council urge all residents to practice more diligent hygiene and not to congregate in high numbers. Please check on your elderly neighbors and do whatever is...
Added graphic on how you can help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.