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  1. Collin County families and individuals impacted by COVID-19 can now apply online for housing and living assistance grants, part of the Collin CARES recovery plan that provides up to $2,500 in monthly financial assistance to each qualifying household. View the full article
  2. Trade Days and New Season Ticket Appointments View the full article
  3. Updated Listing Webster Mechanical
  4. Updated Listing The Painting Place
  5. Allen is joining 19 other North Texas agencies to create the most connected, smart and resilient region in the country. View the full article
  6. Updated Listing Appealing Gardens Landscape
  7. Beginning May 18, customer service windows in Utility Billing, Permitting and Municipal Court will reopen. Visitors to other departments in Allen City Hall must be seen by appointment only. View the full article
  8. Collin County has corrected an error that led to reports of the first COVID-19-related death in Allen. View the full article
  9. The City of Allen is planning a phased return to pre-COVID operations with some changes beginning on Friday, May 1. View the full article
  10. Straight-line winds knocked down tree limbs, fence panels and trash bins throughout Allen. Here’s what you need to know to clean up. View the full article
  11. Updated Listing Law Office of Tim Baker
  12. Updated Listing LSDG Roofing & Construction
  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: On April 27, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced a phased approach to reopening Texas businesses. The changes will begin May 1, following the expiration of his statewide Executive Order on April 30. The City of Allen is assessing the speed at which it may safely reopen public facilities and will post updates to CityofAllen.org when plans are finalized. View the full article
  14. Beginning on April 2, the City of Allen will begin enforcing a statewide Executive Order which includes clear definitions of essential businesses and directs all Texans to minimize non-essential gatherings and in-person contact through April 30. View the full article
  15. Governor Greg Abbott announced a phased approach to reopening Texas businesses beginning on May 1, following the expiration of his statewide Executive Order. View the full article
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