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April 28 Declaration of Disaster Update
On April 28, 2020, City Council voted unanimously to continue and renew the Mayor’s updated disaster declaration. View declaration. The declaration goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. on May 1, 2020, and will remain in effect until 11:59 p.m. on May 15, 2020, unless amended by the Council before that date. View Burleson Fire Department’s slide presentation from the April 28 City Council Special Session.
Beginning May 1, the following businesses have the permission to open at 25% capacity. Individual operators may choose to remain closed if desired.
It is strongly recommended, but not required, that only two members of a household engage in shopping for supplies and obtaining essential services. In addition, outdoor sports—such as golf and tennis—will be permitted if they involve 4 or fewer participants and follow safe distancing regulations. Full guidelines for restaurants, retailers, theaters and more are included in the current declaration.
Houses of worship are encouraged to follow safety measures outlined in Governor Abbott’s Open Texas plan when considering protocols for services.
The following businesses will remain closed according to statewide restrictions:
The City of Burleson is working to determine the speed at which it may safely reopen public facilities and will post updates when plans are finalized.
Hidden Creek Golf Course Open for Golfers Only
Starting today, May 1, Hidden Creek Golf Course is open for golfers only, with modified rules of play (see graphic).
Tee times are available and can be booked online at hiddencreekgc.com or teeoff.com, or by calling the Pro Shop, (817) 447-4444, ext. 5.
Library to Open Monday, May 4
The Burleson Public Library will reopen on Monday, May 4, following guidelines from the Governor and the CDC. The public is strongly encouraged to wear a mask when visiting the library and to continue taking advantage of the library’s curbside pickup option for materials by calling (817) 426-9209. Services and precautions that will be taken by the library are outlined as follows: