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  3. Are there any places around DFW where they plant wildflowers? I would like to drive around to see what there is. I know along roadside going to Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge I've seen some in April in previous years. Hope there are some closer.
  4. On Wednesday, March 25, Collin County reported more cases of COVID-19 in Allen for a total of eight cases to date. View the full article
  5. With council members spaced farther apart—and one joining via video call—Allen City Council extended its disaster declaration for public health emergency in response to the global pandemic of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). View the full article
  6. Scammers are using the COVID-19 pandemic to prey on people's fears. Allen Police Department joins the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in reminding you to look out for the following scams. View the full article
  7. Mayor Stephen Terrell presided over his final Allen City Council Meeting on Tuesday, March 24, ending nearly 30 years of elected service to Allen citizens. View the full article
  8. The City of Allen is daily contact with local, county and state officials to provide a rapid response to the growing threat of COVID-19. This includes many new or enhanced protocols to protect the safety of our citizens and employees. Update: On Wednesday, March 25, Collin County reported more cases of COVID-19 in Allen for a total of eight cases to date. Cases are first announced by Collin County and updated at least twice each day at CityofAllen.org/Coronavirus with details provided by Collin County. View the full article
  9. On Wednesday, March 25, Collin County reported more cases of COVID-19 in Allen for a total of eight cases to date. View the full article
  10. Allen Parks and Recreation is temporarily closing facilities to minimize crowded gatherings and help slow the spread of COVID-19. Canceled facility rentals and impacted activities will receive a full refund and returned deposit, as applicable. View the full article
  11. The City of Allen is daily contact with local, county and state officials to provide a rapid response to the growing threat of COVID-19. This includes many new or enhanced protocols to protect the safety of our citizens and employees. Update: On Tuesday, March 24, Collin County reported another case of COVID-19 in Allen for a total of four cases to date. The latest Allen case is a 39-year-old woman who recently traveled within the U.S. She has no underlying health conditions and is isolating at home. View the full article
  12. Effective Monday, March 23, all essential City services will be handled by phone, email, online and in-person by appointment only. View the full article
  13. The City of Allen is daily contact with local, county and state officials to provide a rapid response to the growing threat of COVID-19. This includes many new or enhanced protocols to protect the safety of our citizens and employees. Update: The City of Allen is dedicated to providing essential services while keeping your safety in mind. Effective Monday, March 23, most facilities will be closed in order to limit unnecessary physical contact as we work to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For this reason, all City services will be handled by phone, email, online and in-person by appointment only. View the full article
  14. With council members spaced farther apart—and one joining via video call—Allen City Council extended its disaster declaration for public health emergency in response to the global pandemic of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). View the full article
  15. The City of Allen is daily contact with local, county and state officials to provide a rapid response to the growing threat of COVID-19. This includes many new or enhanced protocols to protect the safety of our citizens and employees. Update: With council members spaced farther apart—and one joining via video call—Allen City Council extended its disaster declaration for public health emergency in response to the global pandemic of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) at a public meeting on Thursday, March 19. The original declaration was signed by Allen Mayor Stephen Terrell on Monday, March 16 with an emergency order added on March 18. To continue the declaration, Allen City Council was required to extend it within 7 days. The declaration will last until terminated by the City Council. STATEWIDE RESTRICTIONS ALREADY IN PLACE The declaration acknowledges the current restrictions put in place by Governor Greg Abbott. On Thursday morning he issued an executive order which goes into effect statewide at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, March 20. By order of the Governor: - Every person in Texas shall avoid social gatherings in groups of 10 or more people. - People shall avoid eating or drinking at bars, restaurants and food courts or visiting gyms or massage parlors. The use of drive-thru, pickup or delivery options is allowed and highly encouraged. -People shall not visit nursing homes or retirements or long-term care facilities unless to provide critical assistance. -Schools shall temporarily close. This executive order does not prohibit people from visiting a variety of places, including grocery stores, gas stations, parks and banks, so long as the necessary precautions are maintained to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. This executive order does not mandate sheltering in place. All critical infrastructure will remain operational, domestic travel will remain unrestricted and government entities and businesses will continue providing essential services. For offices and workplaces that remain open, employees should practice good hygiene and, where feasible, work from home in order to achieve optimum isolation from COVID-19. This executive order is in effect statewide until 11:59 p.m. on April 3, 2020 and is subject to being extended, modified, amended, rescinded or superseded. View the full article
  16. Allen Parks and Recreation is temporarily closing facilities to minimize crowded gatherings and help slow the spread of COVID-19. Canceled facility rentals and impacted activities will receive a full refund and returned deposit, as applicable. View the full article
  17. The City of Allen is daily contact with local, county and state officials to provide a rapid response to the growing threat of COVID-19. This includes many new or enhanced protocols to protect the safety of our citizens and employees. Update: On Thursday, March 19, Collin County reported the first COVID-19 (Coronavirus) case in Allen, a 46-year-old man with an underlying health condition who is currently hospitalized. There have been 16 confirmed positive cases and one death associated with COVID-19 in Collin County. View the full article
  18. On Thursday, March 19, Collin County reported the first COVID-19 (Coronavirus) case in Allen, a 46-year-old man with an underlying health condition who is currently hospitalized. View the full article
  19. Updated 2020 Season Ticket Information: Deadline Extended View the full article
  20. The City of Allen is taking precautions to protect residents from COVID-19 (Coronavirus) by temporarily closing several facilities and cancelling some events. View the full article
  21. On March 16, 2020, the City of Allen initiated a local disaster declaration for public health emergency. This declaration was amended with an emergency declaration on March 18 which included new restrictions for restaurants, guidance for gatherings. Update: To protect the health and safety of our citizens, the City of Allen amended the local disaster for public health emergency declaration that was initiated Monday, March 16 by issuing an Emergency Order to including additional regulations. 1. This declaration hereby orders that a restaurant with or without drive-in or drive through services; drive-in restaurant; drive-through restaurant; or microbrewery, micro-distillery, or winery may only provide take out, delivery, or drive-in or drive- through services as allowed by law. 2. This declaration hereby orders the closure of a bar, lounge, or tavern; theater; gym; and private club. 3. It is recommended that gatherings be restricted throughout the City of Allen in accordance with guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 4. This emergency order goes into effect at 11:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 19, 2020. 5. A person who violates any provision of these regulations, upon conviction, is punishable by a fine of not less than $50 and not more than $2,000 for each offense. This order is effective through April 1, 2020. View the full article
  22. To protect the health and safety of our citizens, the City of Allen amended the local disaster for public health emergency declaration that was initiated Monday, March 16 by issuing an Emergency Order to including additional regulations. View the full article
  23. In response to resident concerns regarding 2019 water bills, the City of Allen will perform an internal audit of residential meter reading and utility billing. View the full article
  24. The City of Allen is taking precautions to protect residents from COVID-19 (Coronavirus) by temporarily closing several facilities and cancelling some events. View the full article
  25. Athletic Events Cancelled View the full article
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