- How to get help
- Texas Workforce Commission - Unemployment FAQ
- Concho Valley Workforce Solutions - Provides services to employers and job seekers.
- Your Texas Benefits
- Texans can dial 2-1-1 (option 6) for information on COVID-19 and local community resources on health care, utilities, food, housing and more.
- Concho Valley Regional Food Bank
July 7, 2020
July 6, 2020
- 2020 Southern Drag Boat Races in San Angelo to be held as a private event due to COVID-19
- Clarification on COVID-19 testing
July 3, 2020
- Mayor Gunter: City Leadership During COVID-19
- Lake Nasworthy July 4th firework show postponed, parks at Lake Nasworthy to remain closed until July 13
July 2, 2020
- Governor Abbott's executive order requiring face coverings in Texas for every county that has more than 20 cases of COVID-19. (Effective July 3 at noon)
July 1, 2020
June 29, 2020:
June 25, 2020:
- City order imposes restrictions on gatherings more than 100;
- Parks closed from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- Face masks required in stores with 100-person occupancy load or more
June 1, 2020 - Camping reopened at lake parks
May 22, 2020 - Statement on gatherings
April 30, 2020
- News story: statement from Mayor Gunter
- Local health authority order: states some entertainment/recreational facilities are still closed; rescinds several previous orders including limiting occupancy of stores and requiring masks; regulations on golf courses; and removing a requirement that masks be worn in public settings to recommending masks being worn. The local health authority also added a provision requiring any public/private/commercial employers within Tom Green County report COVID-19 tests to the Tom Green County Health Authority.
- Disaster declaration extension - English document link, Spanish document link) - Extending our declaration to follow Governor Abbott’s direction. Today we passed an order that continues the declaration of disaster in the City of San Angelo. Of particular note in the order is the reopening of the KOA walking trail on Hillside Drive. Parking will be limited to prevent congregating. This will take effect Monday, May 4, at midnight. The order also allows the City to continue to waive late fees for water utility payments through May 31.
Additional Educational Resources
COVID-19 related videos:
Mayor Brenda Gunter updates
Other COVID-19 videos:
- COVID-10 Press Conference 3-19-20
- Police Chief message 3-24-20
- Local Health Authority interview 3-26-20
- City Leadership message 4-3-20
- COVID-19 update/interview with City Attorney and Local Health Authority 4-17-20
- 2-1-1 interview with John Austin Stokes 4-23-20
- Interview with Shannon Medical Center President/CEO 5-6-20
- Interview with Shannon Medical Center Chief Medical Officer 5-6-20
- Interview with City Manager Daniel Valenzuela 5-7-20
- Statement from Local Health Authority 6-12-20
- Why are face masks important? - Local Health Authority 6-26-20
- Interview with Michael Wood, MD, Shannon Medical Center, about treating COVID-19 patients 6-30-20
- Interview with Michael Wood, MD, Shannon Medical Center, about reducing the spread of COVID-19 6-30-20
- Press Conference with Shannon Medical Center providing an update on COVID-19 7-7-20
Community Partner Updates
- May 1, 2020 update - Shannon Medical Center provides updates on testing; Shannon also provides information on masks being required at any Shannon facility.
- April 5, 2020 update - Local Health Authority recommends use of cloth masks for public settings
- April 2, 2020 update - SBDC warns of COVID-19 scammers
- March 30, 2020 update - Fort Concho closures.
- March 29, 2020 update - Local health authority issues new rule for grocery and building supply stores limiting the number of people in the store at a time; Texas Workforce Commission shares information about unemployment.
- March 28, 2020 update - Camping in lake parks prohibited; more information from SBDC.
- March 27, 2020 update - Shannon Medical, Goodfellow AFB and the Small Business Development Center.
- March 26, 2020 update - Updates from Nursing, Parks & Rec., Senior Services, Trash Services, and Goodfellow AFB; Vitalant needs people to donate blood.
- March 25, 2020 update - City info graphic; Shannon 2nd drive thru site; Goodfellow AFB update; Vitalant need for donated blood; Area Foundation Community Response Fund; Transit services; Message from the Texas Comptroller; and an update from Fort Concho.
- March 24, 2020 update - Hair salons, nail salons and tattoo parlors close 3/25/20 by 8 a.m.; 2-1-1; Vitalant need for donated blood; Concho Valley ER services; Small Business Development Center update.
- March 23, 2020 update - Shannon Medical Center screening and testing, Senior Centers closed, Transit, Business Resource Hub, and Small Business assistance.
- March 22, 2020 update - Declaration update, medical provider statements, County, and School District.
- March 21, 2020 update - Update on SAPD enforcement and where to go for information from ASU.
- March 20, 2020 update - Public access to city offices closed; Updates on day cares, transit, Shannon, and businesses.
- March 19, 2020 update - City enacts 10-person group limit.
- March 18, 2020 update - From the mayor: We need everyone to do their part.
- March 17, 2020 update - Public access to city buildings scaling back amidst coronavirus concerns.
- March 16, 2020 update - Declaration of Public Health Emergency and a Message from Mayor Gunter