The City of Pleasanton has opened an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to help answer the public’s questions concerning local matters relating to COVID-19.
“The reason that we set this emergency operation center up is to have one central location in the city to gather and disseminate factual information to the public,” said Mayor Travis Hall. “We wanted to establish a communications point between our center and our public so they can call and receive that factual information. We did this as a service to the people of this city. That is why we are here. We thought it was very important they have a place to call with questions and know they are receiving factual answers to their questions concerning COVID-19.”
You are encouraged to contact the Pleasanton Emergency Operation Center by phone 830-569-2813, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns. To link to the EOC please go to www.pleasantontx.gov and click on the link to the Pleasanton Emergency Operation Center. There you will find the latest updates from the City of Pleasanton regarding COVID-19 and links to important state sites with official information such as the CDC.gov and the Department of Health and Human Services at HHS.gov. You are also encouraged to follow the City of Pleasanton on their social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Pleasanton closes parks, sports complex, library, civic center and Longhorn Museum to protect the public
As of March 23, Pleasanton Mayor Travis Hall has stated that the Pleasanton River Park, Pleasanton Sports Complex, Longhorn Museum, Pleasanton Public Library and Pleasanton Civic Center will be closed to the public. This closure is a measure of keeping the citizens of Pleasanton and surrounding areas healthy and safe.
The city is requesting that citizens please do not attempt to enter the parks until further notice. The City of Pleasanton is taking steps to assist in the efforts in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Please continue to follow, Gov. Abbott’s order that went into effect March 20 at midnight. The declaration states that all restaurants, bars, and gyms close their doors. Dine-in is not allowed at this time but curbside, delivery, and drive-thru are encouraged. Do not gather in groups of more than 10 in public or private. Refrain from visiting nursing homes, retirement centers or long-term care facilities unless it’s to provide critical assistance. All schools are closed. The continuation of online learning will continue. A shelter is not in place meaning you are free to leave your house to go to the bank, grocery store, retails stores, pharmacy and to work if you are an essential employee.