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Austin-Travis County is currently in stage 4

Austin-Travis County is currently in Stage 3. For more information, read the COVID-19 Risk-Based Guidelines.

 

Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine at Travis County Expo Center*

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The Central Texas Counties Vaccine Collaborative announced its drive-thru vaccine clinic will move operations to the Travis County Exposition Center.

Anyone age 16 and above will qualify to get their free first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The consent of a parent or guardian is required for anyone aged 16 or 17, and the parent or guardian must be present and in the vehicle when they arrive at the Exposition Center for their vaccine.

If you received your first dose of the Pfizer vaccine four weeks ago at the old Circuit of the Americas location, your second dose will now be on Saturday, May 8th, at the Travis County Exposition Center.

Hours of No-Appointment Operation at the Travis County Exposition Center*
7311 Decker Ln, Austin, TX 78724

Friday – May 7, 2021 – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (1st doses only)

Saturday – May 8, 2021 – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (1st & 2nd doses)

Sunday – May 9, 2021 - CLOSED

*The mass vaccination clinic at the Travis County Exposition Center is closed to press. While vaccinations are occurring, the site is considered to be a hospital with patients and only authorized visits are allowed. Travis County is the only entity that can authorize admittance to the site.

 

Testing

If you are feeling ill and need free COVID-19 assessment and testing, Austin-Travis County residents can complete an online form to check their eligibility for a COVID-19 test without needing to see a healthcare provider.

Step 1 - Register On Portal. Gather information and securely sign-up online or by smartphone.

Step 2 - Self-Assessment and Testing Recommendation. Take a symptom survey and receive a risk rating and testing recommendation.

Step 3 - Scheduling. Individuals recommended for testing choose a test location, set an appointment and recieve an unique QR code to expedite check-in.

Step 4 - Testing and Results. Individuals check-in and are tested for COVID-19. Individuals are then sent results and instructions on next steps through the secure portal.

Austin-Travis County residents can also go to a CommUnityCare Drive-Up COVID-19 Testing Site. These sites will only test people with symptoms or who have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19. Testing is free for the uninsured. If you have insurance, CommUnityCare will bill the insurance company. No appointment or doctor’s referral needed. Walk-up testing available. Read CommUnityCare's COVID-19 testing site flyer for locations and contact phone number.

 

Volunteer

Thank you for your interest. We appreciate your willingness to help our community.

At this time, all volunteer slots for the mass drive-thru vaccine clinic taking place on Saturday, February 27, 2021, have been filled.

Click "Sign up to volunteer" below and fill out the form. We'll contact you about future volunteer opportunities.

Please note, volunteering at a vaccine distribution site does NOT mean you’ll receive a vaccine. Please do not expect to receive a vaccine if you volunteer at a clinic.

 

Surveillance Dashboard

Austin Public Health's Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance program tracks confirmed cases and conducts detailed case investigation to determine additional details such as symptom onset and demographics. This information is compiled and displayed in this tracking digital dashboard.

 

County Orders

  • March 30, 2021 – Travis County Judge Andy Brown has issued County Judge Order No. 2021-03; Relating to Notices to Vacate, Eviction Proceedings in response to COVID-19. This order extends the prohibition of eviction proceedings to May 1, 2021, unless terminated or modified by a subsequent order.

  • December 23, 2020 – Today, Travis County Judge Andy Brown signed Judge Order 2020-23, Relating to Stage 5 COVID-19 Community Restrictions. This order is a supplement to the “Stay Home, Mask, and Otherwise Be Safe” County orders that were updated on Dec. 15. The orders take effect at 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 23, 2020 and will be in effect until Jan. 11, 2021.

  • December 17, 2020 – Today, Travis County Judge Andy Brown signed County Judge Order No. 2020-22, Relating to Notices to Vacate, Eviction Proceedings in response to COVID-19. This order is effective immediately and continues through February 1, 2021, unless terminated or modified by a subsequent order.

  • December 15, 2020 – Today, Travis County Judge Andy Brown signed County Judge Order 2020-21; Relating to the COVID-19 Community Restrictions. Effective as of 12:00 a.m., Wednesday, December 16, 2020 and continuing through 11:59 p.m., Tuesday, February 16, 2021 unless extended, modified, or terminated early by the Travis County Judge.

  • September 30, 2020 – Today, Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe signed County Judge Order No. 2020-19, Relating to Notices to Vacate, Eviction Proceedings in response to COVID-19. This order is effective immediately and continues through December 31, 2020, unless terminated or modified by a subsequent order.

    Additionally, last week, the Travis County Justices of the Peace signed an order that also addresses eviction proceedings.

  • August 14, 2020 – Today, Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe signed County Judge Order 2020-16; Relating to the COVID-19 Community Restrictions. Effective as of 12:00 a.m., Sunday, August 16, 2020 and continuing through 11 :59 p.m. on December 15, 2020 unless extended. This Order:

    • Extends the local disaster declaration and public health emergency for Travis County.
    • Extends prohibition of any gatherings that exceed 10 people, except as permitted by the Governor’s Proclamation and Orders.
    • Extends requirement for every person in Travis County to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when inside a commercial entity or other building open to the public, or when in an outdoor public space whenever not feasible to maintain six (6) feet of social distancing from persons outside one’s household.

    To report commercial entities violating the County Judge’s order, please fill out our Report a Hazard/County Order Violation form.

  • July 22, 2020 – Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe has issued County Judge Order No. 2020-15 Relating to Notices to Vacate, Eviction Proceedings in response to COVID-19. This order extends the prohibition of eviction proceedings to September 30th unless terminated or modified by a subsequent order.

  • July 9, 2020 – Today, Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe signed County Judge Order 2020-14; Relating to the COVID-19 Community Restrictions. Effective as of 12:01 a.m., Saturday, July 11, 2020, and continuing through 11:59 p.m. on August 15, 2020 unless extended. This Order:

    • Continues the local disaster declaration and public health emergency for Travis County.
    • Prohibits any gatherings that exceed 10 people, except as permitted by the Governor’s Proclamation and Orders.
    • Requires every person in Travis County to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when inside a commercial entity or other building open to the public, or when in an outdoor public space whenever not feasible to maintain six (6) feet of social distancing from persons outside one’s household.

    To report commercial entities violating the County Judge’s order, please fill out our Report a Hazard/County Order Violation form.

  • June 25, 2020 – Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe signed County Judge Order 2020-13; Relating to the Declaration regarding COVID-19. Effective as of 12:01 a.m. Friday, June 26, 2020, and continuing through 11:59 p.m. on Friday, July 10, 2020 unless extended, modified or terminated early, any outdoor gatherings that exceed 100 people are PROHIBITED except as permitted by the Governor’s Order GA-26. Individuals shall not socialize in groups of more than 10 people, unless individuals are members of the same household or residence and except to the extent permitted by the Governor’s Orders. Within any group of ten (10) people or less, individuals should, to the extent possible, wear face coverings and minimize in-person contact with others not in the individual’s household.

    To report commercial entities violating the County Judge’s order, please fill out our Report a Hazard/County Order Violation form.

  • June 18, 2020 – Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe has signed County Judge Order 2020-12; Relating to the Declaration regarding COVID-19. Effective as of 11:59 on Thursday, June 18, 2020, and continuing through 11:59 p.m. on August 15, 2020 unless extended, modified or terminated early, all commercial entities in Travis County that provide goods or services directly to the public must develop and implement a health and safety policy related to COVID-19. The Health and Safety Policy must require, at a minimum, that all employees and visitors to the commercial entity’s business premises or other facilities wear face coverings when in an area or performing an activity which will necessarily involve close contact or proximity to co-workers or the public where six feet of separation is not feasible.

    To report commercial entities violating the County Judge’s order, please fill out our Report a Hazard/County Order Violation form.

  • June 15, 2020 – Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe has issued COVID-19 Prevention Guidelines and Order 2020-11.

  • June 11, 2020 – Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe has issued County Judge Order No. 2020-10 Relating to Notices to Vacate, Eviction Proceedings in response to COVID-19. This order extends the prohibition of eviction proceedings to July 25th unless terminated or modified by a subsequent order

  • May 8, 2020 – Today, Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt issued two orders:

    County Judge Order 2020-8: STAY HOME ORDER CONSISTENT WITH AND GUIDANCE BEYOND GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDERS

    County Judge Order No. 2020-9: Relating to Notices to Vacate, Eviction Proceedings in response to COVID-19

    Both of these orders were created with the input of the Opening Central Texas for Business Task Force. See their recommendations for opening Central Texas for business.

  • April 13, 2020 – Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt has signed Order No. 2020-7. This order extends the previous Stay Home, Work Safe order and adds requirements for Face Coverings. The Order is effective 11:59 p.m. on April 13, 2020, and will continue until 11:59 p.m. on May 8, 2020, unless terminated or modified by a subsequent order.

  • April 10, 2020 – Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt has issued County Judge Order No. 2020-6: Relating to Notices to Vacate, Eviction Proceedings in response to COVID-19, which is effective immediately until May 8, 2020, unless terminated or modified by a subsequent Order.

  • Updated March 24, 2020 - Order by the County Judge of Travis County

    • The newly signed order by Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt instructs Travis County residents to Stay Home and Work Safe. Health professionals have told us we have to do more to slow the spread of COVID-19 and prevent a strain on our hospitals and resources. While this order may be inconvenient, it is necessary for the greater good. If you have any concerns or complaints concerning the order by the County Judge related to COVID-19, please fill out our Report a Hazard/County Order Violation form.

  • March 24, 2020 - The City of Austin has issued a Public Health Order requiring individuals to remain in place at home, with exceptions for essential work and activities. When conducting an allowed activity, people must maintain at least 6 feet of social distancing. Find out What You Need to Know.

    Travis County Judge Order No. 2020-5

  • March 17, 2020 - Travis County Judge Order No. 2020-2

  • March 14, 2020 - Gatherings of 250+ People Banned to Help Tackle COVID-19. View the City of Austin's Mayor's Orders

    Travis County Judge Order No. 2020-1

 

Local News

  • October 14, 2020 – Today, Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe announced, based on the memo from Austin-Travis County Interim Health Authority Dr. Mark Escott, bars in Travis County will not open at 50% capacity at this time. He will continue to reevaluate data collected and in 14 days, determine if Travis County is in a position to safely reopen bars. In the meantime, the judge encourages everyone to continue practicing safety measures to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19.

    Read Judge Biscoe’s full statement.

  • October 7, 2020Travis County Launches Nonprofit Grant Program

  • June 29, 2020 – TCTX Thrive Small Business Grant Program extends the pre-application period until July 10th and changed program guidelines to allow applications from locally owned franchises. Visit www.traviscountythrive.com for more information.

  • June 17, 2020 - Austin Travis County have established an Isolation Facility, which provides free lodging and services for those that do not have the ability to safely self-isolate due to COVID-19. Click here for more information.

  • June 15, 2020 – 2020 Travis County launches with TCTX Thrive Small Business Grant Program with partner BCL of Texas. Visit www.traviscountythrive.com for more information.

  • May 1, 2020 – Beginning on May 1, 2020 (Friday), retail stores, restaurants, places of worship, movie theaters and malls will be allowed to operate at 25% capacity. The Travis County Fire Marshal's Office has provided a business reopening guidance.

  • April 23, 2020Second Supplemental Guidance for the Construction Industry: This document provides additional guidance for persons and businesses associated with building and construction industries and trades on implementing best practices to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus at construction sites. As required by the Stay Home – Work Safe Order No. 2020-7 issued by the Travis County Judge, effective on April 14, 2020, Critical Infrastructure and Essential Business, including the construction industry, both residential and commercial, shall comply to the greatest extent feasible with Social Distancing and Face Covering Requirements and Recommendations as set forth in Section 1 of the Order and Exhibits B and D. This Guidance supplements the Construction Industry Guidance published by Travis County on April 2, 2020.

  • April 21, 2020 - In order to aid and inform owners of small businesses, ChamberOfComerce.org has compiled this comprehensive guide to coronavirus issues and solutions. https://www.chamberofcommerce.org/coronavirus-small-business-guide

  • April 6, 2020 – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends wearing fabric face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) especially in areas of significant community-based transmission. Our community owes it to the people who continue to work in Critical Infrastructure and Essential Businesses, to protect them by adhering to these practices. Learn more about the County Face Covering Guidance.

  • April 2, 2020Construction Guidance (en Español): This document provides additional guidance for persons and business associated with the building and construction industries and trades on the meaning and application of Order 2020-5 issued by the County Judge for the County of Travis on March 24, 2020, related to the Declaration regarding COVID-19 (the “Order”) and subsequent Executive Order issued by the Governor on March 31, 2020, No. GA-14 relating to statewide continuity of essential services and activities during the COVID-19 disaster (“Governor’s Order”). This Guidance supplements the Guidance published by Travis County on March 30, 2020.

  • April 2, 2020Religious Services Guidance (en Español): “Essential services” under Governor Abbott’s Executive Order GA-14 includes religious services conducted in churches, congregations, and houses of worship. If religious services cannot be conducted from home or through remote services due to a lack of capability (technological or financial), they should comply with the Governor’s Executive Order and be conducted consistent with the Guidelines from the President and the CDC by practicing good hygiene, environmental cleanliness and sanitation, and by implementing social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

  • March 30, 2020 - Do you have questions about the recent Order issued by Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt? Take a look at the FAQ.

  • March 26, 2020 - A University of Texas study shows that we NEED to get to a 90% reduction of personal and business interactions in order to beat Covid-19. Read the summary of the study or view the full study.

  • March 24, 2020 - The Travis County Community Centers will continue to provide services, but they are no longer accepting in-person applications. If you are in need of help from the Community Centers, please call the one closest to you, and Center staff will address your needs over the phone. The locations and phone numbers for the seven Travis County Community Centers can be found here.

  • March 23, 2020 - The Travis County Tax Office will temporarily stop taking any new legal action against those with delinquent property taxes. However, state penalties and interest continues to accrue on what delinquent taxpayers owe. Read more on the Tax Office temporarily suspending legal actions.

  • Economic Recovery Dashboard - In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic changed the trajectory of global, federal, state and local economies. This dashboard serves as an interactive source of data to assist with decision-making and program planning. It also serves as a resource to help the public understand a variety of metrics that explain the state of the local economy and programs available to assist individuals and businesses. Check it out!

  • The U.S. Small Business Administration provides low-interest disaster loans to help businesses and homeowners recover from declared disasters. Apply for disaster assistance.

  • March 20, 2020 – The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has included the entire state of Texas in its Economic Injury Disaster Declaration and granted access to its Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program, which will provide long-term, low-interest loans to qualifying businesses across the state. Go to U.S. Small Business Administration page to apply for assistance.

  • March 19, 2020 – As the number of cases of COVID-19 increase, so does the associated anxiety. To aid individuals and communities during this time, Mental Health America has compiled a range of resources and information.

  • March 18, 2020 - Central Health-funded CommUnityCare Health Centers Tuesday launched a hotline staffed with medical professionals to triage uninsured Travis County residents experiencing a coronavirus-like symptoms (COVID-19). Read the press release.

  • March 16, 2020 - City of Austin's COVID-19 Page

  • City of Austin’s COVID-19: Information for You and Your Family

  • Austin ISD Food Services will prepare and distribute meals for children under the age of 19 at 14 sites while school is closed due to COVID-19 precautions.

  • The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has consolidated the following information to help educate employers and employees on how they can prepare for and address the impacts of the virus. Read  Combating the Coronavirus toolkit for business.

 

Travis County Offices Closures & Limited Operations

Updated 04/30/2021

COVID-19 Pantry Procedures

Travis County Community Centers continue to provide services, but we are not accepting in-person applications at this time. From now on, appointments will be required to pick up food from our pantry. Thank you for your understanding and helping us keep 6 feet between people as a precaution against infection. If you are in need of help, please call or email the community center directly.

COVID-19 Procedimientos de despensa

El Centro Comunitario del Condado de Travis seguimos prestando servicios, pero no estamos aceptando aplicaciones en persona en este momento. A partir de ahora, citas seran requeridas para recoger comida de nuestra despensa. Gracias por su comprensión y ayudarnos a mantener 6 pies entre las personas como precaución contra la infección. Si necesita ayuda del Centro Comunitario, llame por telefono o envíe un correo electrónico.

Updated March 25, 2020

The Travis County Treasurer’s Office is an essential service and remains open for employees and vendors needing to conduct business. Should you have any questions feel free to contact us at 512 854-9365.

Updated 04/30/2021

Updated March 18, 2020

Modified front lobby office hours are Monday thru Thursday from 9 am to 4 pm until further notice. We encourage you to contact our office at [email protected] or via phone at 512-854-4621 for any questions. All other Fire Marshal operations will continue as normal.

Updated March 24, 2020

The Travis County Community Centers will continue to provide services, but they are no longer accepting in-person applications. If you are in need of help from the Community Centers, please call the one closest to you, and Center staff will address your needs over the phone. The locations and phone numbers for the seven Travis County Community Centers can be found here.

Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP)

The Summer Youth Employment Program is no longer accepting walk-ins or appointments at our 100 N. IH 35, Ste. 3200 location due to concerns about the 2019 Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. An application can be obtained online at www.traviscountytx.gov/syep. Staff is still able to provide services by phone at 512-854-4590, and by email at [email protected].

District Clerk

TRAVIS COUNTY DISTRICT CLERK EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION:

March 16, 2020 -The Texas Supreme Court, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and the Travis County Courts have issued Emergency Orders. Therefore, the Travis County District Clerk’s office is taking safety precautions to protect our customers and employees amidst COVID-19 concerns by closing our offices to the public as outlined by the Travis County Commissioners and other government agencies. In addition, we have reduced our staff but will still process emergency motions/orders as defined in the Travis County District Civil/Criminal Courts Emergency Orders, see link to Orders below:

Effective Thursday, March 19, 2020, we are suspending passport processing until further notice. For additional information about passports, the United States Department of State website may be helpful.

Documents received through efile and the mail will continue to be handled but not at the same speed as before the COVID-19 virus emergency was declared. Our team is still answering questions through our main number: 512/854-9457 or our e-mail address: [email protected]. We ask for patience especially if a specific person needs to respond to your questions or requests because a response cannot occur immediately but will take place as soon as possible.

Thanks for your cooperation as we all work on keeping our community and staff safe but still ensure that justice continues.


Justices of the Peace

January 27, 2021Ninth Modification of Standing Order Regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Mitigation to all Travis County Justices of the Peace (Justice Courts) (Order No. 11)

December 16, 2020Eighth Modification of Standing Order Regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Mitigation to all Travis County Justices of the Peace (Justice Courts) (Order No. 10)

September 24, 2020 – Travis County Justices of the Peace have issued a new Standing Order (effective September 24, 2020), affecting eviction cases, Class C Misdemeanor cases, and other court proceedings/processes. Please read the order for details.

July 22, 2020 – Travis County Justices of the Peace have issued a new Standing Order (effective July 22, 2020), affecting the stay on eviction cases, except evictions regarding imminent threat until September 30, 2020. Additionally, they have halted the execution/issuance of Writs of Possession until September 30, 2020 and continued their freeze on issuing/executing Class C Misdemeanor warrant from their courts until September 30, 2020.

June 17, 2020 – Travis County Justices of the Peace have issued a new stay on hearing eviction cases, except for evictions regarding the imminent threat, until July 22nd. Additionally, they have halted the execution/issuance of writs of possession until July 29th and continued their freeze on issuing/executing class C misdemeanor warrants from their courts until August 15th. Read the order here.

April 30, 2020 - The Travis County Justices of the Peace issue the following order to protect the community and limit risk to COVID-19. This order is in response to the “TWELFTH EMERGENCY ORDER REGARDING THE COVID-19 STATE OF DISASTER” issued by the Supreme Court of Texas.

Updated March 19, 2020 - Due to health and safety concerns regarding coronavirus (COVID-19), the Justices of the Peace will be operating with limited operations until further notice.

Please read:

Read the Notices from the Justices of the Peace/Lea los avisos de los Jueces de Paz


Community Justice Services

March 16, 2020 - As a precautionary measure in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus), all clients are to report by phone for their scheduled appointments. This is effective immediately and until further notice. Please contact your Probation Officer/Pretrial Officer.


Law Library

March 17, 2020 - The Travis County Law Library is closed to walk-in patrons but available by phone and email. Please call us at 512-854-8677 or email your questions to [email protected].

March 16, 2021 – Travis County has entered Stage 3 of the Austin Public Health guidelines. All Travis County Parks remain open except Tom Hughes Park. Open hours and access to amenities vary by park, please refer to the specific park page for details.

Anyone traveling to a Travis County park should continue to follow current Travis County and State Orders.

Reservations are not required for day-use visitation (reservations are required for Hamilton Pool Preserve). If a park reaches capacity (capacity has been reduced during Stage 3), additional visitors will not be allowed for the rest of the day and a closure notice will be added to the specific park page. The park will reopen again the next day, but again under capacity limits.

Face Covering requirements at Travis County Parks:

All persons visiting a Travis County Park shall wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when inside a building open to the public, or when in an outdoor public space whenever not feasible to maintain six (6) feet of social distancing from persons outside one’s household; provided however that this face covering requirement does not apply to the following:

  1. any person younger than 10 years of age;
  2. any person with a medical condition or disability that prevents wearing a face covering;
  3. any person while the person is consuming food or drink, or is seated at a restaurant to eat or drink;
  4. any person while the person is (1) exercising outdoors or engaging in physical activity outdoors, and (2) is maintaining a safe distance from other people not in the same household;
  5. any person while the person is driving alone or with passengers who are part of the same household as the driver;
  6. any person obtaining a service that requires temporary removal of the face covering for security surveillance, screening, or a need for specific access to the face, such as while visiting a bank or while obtaining a personal care service involving the face, but only to the extent necessary for the temporary removal;
  7. any person while the person is in a swimming pool, lake, or similar body of water;
  8. any person who is voting, assisting a voter, serving as a poll watcher, or actively administering an election, but wearing a face covering is strongly encouraged;
  9. any person who is actively providing or obtaining access to religious worship, but wearing a face covering is strongly encouraged; or
  10. any person while the person is giving a speech for a broadcast or to an audience; and
  11. Not excepted from this face-covering requirement is any person attending a protest or demonstration involving more than 10 people and who is not practicing safe social distancing of six feet from other people not in the same household.
  12. any person who is alone, or in the presence of only members of the same household or residence, in a separate room or single space not accessible to the public, and not in an indoor common area.

 

During Stage 3:

Improved Campsites at Pace Bend and Arkansas Bend Park remain open at this time - by reservation only. Sites are limited to members of individual households.

Limited restrooms will remain open.

Athletic fields and some group shelters will open – by reservation only.

Basketball courts and primitive camping remain closed.

Commercial Boat/Rental Use of Travis County Parks Boat Ramps on Lake Travis or Lake Austin can begin operating. Operators will ensure all individuals follow Park safety policies including social distancing and the use of face masks. Groups will be limited to maximum of 10.

The following parks are open. Hours and access to amenities vary, please refer to the specific park page for details:

Allen Park – The park is open.

Arkansas Bend Park– Boat ramp is open daily if lake levels are sufficient (no commercial use). Lake Travis shoreline access is allowed. Improved campsites are available by reservation only. Reservations can be made now. Playgrounds are open.

Barkley Meadows Park –The playground and trails are open.

Ben E. Fisher Park – The playground is open.

Bob Wentz Park – Lake Travis shoreline access is allowed. Non-motorized boat ramp is open.

Cypress Creek Park – Boat ramp is closed due to current lake levels. Lake Travis shoreline access is allowed. 

Del Valle Softball Fields – The park is open.

East Metro Park – Basketball court, shelter, and Pavilion are closed. Trails, playgrounds, disc golf, and fishing ponds are open.

Fritz Hughes Park –The basketball court remains closed. Lake Austin shoreline access is allowed. Playground is open.

Hamilton Pool Preserve – Reservations are required. No swimming.

Hippie Hollow Park – Opens at 9:00 am daily. Lake Travis shoreline access is allowed. 

Little Webberville Park – Boat ramp and playground is open. 

Loop 360 Park – The boat ramp is open.

Mansfield Dam Park – The boat ramp, playground and trails are open.

Mary Quinlan Park – The boat ramp is open.

Northeast Metro Park – The basketball court remains closed. The trails, skatepark, playgrounds, and tennis court are open.

Pace Bend Park – Primitive camping remains closed. Improved Campsites are available by reservation only. Reservations can be made now. The west (cliff) side of the park is closed. Collier boat ramp is open. Trails are open. Lake Travis shoreline access is allowed. 

Reimers Ranch Park – Trails and rock climbing are open. Pedernales River shoreline access is allowed.

Richard Moya Park – The basketball court remains closed. Trails and playgrounds are open.

Sandy Creek Park The park is open to Day Use activities only. Hours of operation are sunrise to 8pm. Use of the boat ramp, shoreline, picnic tables, grills, and trails are permitted. Primitive Camping is not permitted at this time.

Selma Hughes Park – Lake Austin shoreline access is allowed.

Southeast Metro Park – The basketball court remains closed. The trails and playgrounds are open.

Webberville Park – The basketball court remains closed. The boat ramp, playgrounds, fishing pier and trails are open.

Windmill Run Park – The trails and playgrounds are open. 

The following Travis County parks remain closed until further notice:

Tom Hughes Park

Updated August 10, 2020

In response to orders issued by the City of Austin, Travis County, the Texas Supreme Court, and the State of Texas, all hearings at the Probate Court shall continue to be conducted by video (through Zoom) or telephonically if video is unavailable. Until further order of this Court, there will be no in-person hearings for probate or guardianship matters held at the Probate Court. When setting a hearing, please inform the Court whether the hearing can be conducted either by video through Zoom or by telephone.

Please review the administrative order signed by Judge Herman regarding temporary changes to probate court proceedings in response to COVID-19.

Updated June 23, 2020

Services available by appointment, drive-thru, and online. Read our operational changes due to COVID-19.

 

More Resources

 

For questions that can’t be answered by what is online, please feel free to call 3-1-1 if you are inside the Austin city limits or 512-974-2000 if you are outside of the Austin city limits.

 

 

 

TAX RATE: TRAVIS COUNTY ADOPTED A TAX RATE THAT WILL RAISE MORE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS THAN LAST YEAR'S TAX RATE. THE TAX RATE WILL EFFECTIVELY BE RAISED BY 3.6 PERCENT AND WILL RAISE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS ON A $100,000 HOME BY APPROXIMATELY $11.00.

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