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City Officials continue to monitor the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) outbreak closely with the Centers For Disease Control CDCTexas Department of State Health Services and partners in the Houston Region. We are continuously reviewing and updating our emergency management operations and protocols to ensure the safety, health and welfare of our citizens.

This is a rapidly evolving situation, and we know it is concerning and unsettling for our residents. We want you to remember that there are things you can do to protect yourself and your family. Remaining calm and staying informed is of the utmost importance. During this situation and any other public health concern, it is crucial to ensure you are receiving information from legitimate sources. Beware of inaccurate information online during emergencies.

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City of Katy Updates

The following City Facilities are now CLOSED until further notice:
  • Fussell Senior Center
  • Visitors Center/Depot
  • The Johnny Nelson Katy Heritage Museum
  • Katy Dog Park

March 23, 2020 - Katy City Council passes Ordinance 2946 - Declaring a Public Health Emergency 

Virtual Katy City Hall - Effective March, 27, 2020 and until further notice

Due to the COVID-19 Virus, City Hall remains operational but public access is restricted to essential personnel only. We will be providing virtual service to our customers. For more information and detailed instructions:

Park & Recreation Department Updates:

  • March 17 - Cancellation of Current Parks Reservations: All Parks reservations are being cancelled effective March 18, 2020 through April 12, 2020 and new reservations cannot be made. All rental fees will be credited, and we are in the process of contacting renters regarding these cancellations.
  • March 24 - At ALL City of Katy Parks, the following will be closed off to public access: playgrounds, bathrooms, basketball courts, tennis courts and pavilions
  • March 24 - Katy Dog Park is CLOSED until further notice, due to the lack of enforcement of social distancing guidelines.
    • Alternative parks to walk your dog on leash – Town Park, VFW Park and Thomas Park

While the majority of our parks remain open at this time, we urge that if you are going to utilize the City Parks to practice six feet (6’) of social distancing and proper hygiene practices at all time.

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