GOVERNOR ABBOTT’S LETTER DATED 5/19/2020

Governor Greg Abbott_May19.2020 _

 

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DATE: APRIL 30, 2020 : 10:32 AM

THE BAYOU VISTA STAY-AT-HOME DECLARATION WILL BE SUSPENDED EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2020.
THE CITY WILL FOLLOW GOVERNOR ABBOTT’S EXECUTIVE ORDER GA-18.
YOU CAN READ THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER ON THE CITY WEBSITE>NEWS/NOTICES AT www.bayouvista.us.
MAYOR KONYHA HAS ASKED YOU TO PLEASE CONTINUE SOCIAL DISTANCING AND FOLLOW CDC GUIDELINES FOR SAFETY.
MAYOR KONYHA WOULD ALSO LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR COOPERATION DURING THESE TRYING TIMES.

GA-18  GOVERNOR ABBOTT’S EXECUTIVE ORDER

COVID-19- Gov Abbott Phase 1

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Date: 4/20/2020
Time: 11:00am
To all:

Thank you for your adherence to the stay-at-home and social distancing orders issued by the state, county, and local governments. Due to your efforts during this incident, Bayou Vista has kept a zero infection rate thus far. We applaud your efforts and greatly appreciate your adherence to the stay-at-home order.

There are a few, however, in this community who have chosen to ignore these safe practices and continue to have large social gatherings. If this unsafe activity continues, citations will be issued to those who chose to ignore the stay-at-home order.

Again, we applaud you for your efforts. You have helped tremendously to keep our city safe.

We will keep you advised when any changes to the stay-at-home order come about.

Thank you again for your cooperation during this incident!

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact me, Chief Jimmie Gillane, chief@bayouvista.us, or Mayor Daniel Konyha, mayor@bayouvista.us.

Chief Jimmie Gillane, Bayou Vista Police Department
Mayor Daniel Konyha, City of Bayou Vista

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Bayou Vista April 2.2020_Extended Order to Stay Home

GALVESTON COUNTY ORDER TO STAY AT HOME

Bayou Vista Disaster Declaration_Covid-19

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**INFORMATION FOR GROUPS**
People at Risk for Serious Illness

Travelers 

Businesses

Organizers for Community Events and Mass Gatherings

**RESOURCES**

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The ARC will be hosting the next LOW COST pet vaccine clinics for the public on:

ALL Clinics have been cancelled due to Coronavirus…check back soon for more information.

GALVESTON COUNTY ANIMAL RESOURCE CENTER IS LOCATED AT: 

3412 25TH AVENUE NORTH, (LOOP 197 NORTH) TEXAS CITY

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From the Desk of the Mayor,

Keeping our Citizens informed.

FY 19_20 BUDGET_Draft 3_ 0.385000

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