NewsFlash

March 17, 2020

Dallas County reporting new cases

Dallas County has now reported 28 presumptive positive cases of COVID-19 in Dallas County (four of those cases are out of county residents and will not be reflected in the case counts posted on the DCHHS website). Of the most recent cases, some of the most ill are as young as in their 20s. This is not just dangerous for older residents. Avoid congregating if at all possible; wash your hands often. Town leaders are participating in daily calls with County and state officials as part of our emergency response.


As a reminder, the current County Judge order prohibits gatherings of more than 50 people. The recommendation is to limit groups to less than 10. Restaurants may only provide take-out, delivery or drive-through services.

Town services limited

  • Currently, the Library facility is closed; however, staff are available online or via phone at 972-226-4491. You are able to check out online E-Books through Overdrive via www.DorisPadgettLibrary.org. If you need to return a book, please put it in the drop box located outside the Library.
  • Municipal Court has postponed cases for the next two weeks. Staff are available via email or phone at 972-203-4144.
  • We ask that if you are needing services at Town Hall, please utilize online services available at https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/sunnyvaletx, or call staff at 972-226-7177. Town Hall remains open, but we are attempting to limit personal contact for the welfare of Town staff and first responders.
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Town of Sunnyvale

Susan Guthrie, Town Manager

Erica Madden, Public Relations and Event Coordinator