COVID-19 news & updates
April 24, 2020 | From the Office of Denton County Judge Andy Eads
Texas Parks and Wildlife
Changes to Texas State Parks
Governor Abbott's Executive Order GA-16 has opened up some state parks and trails. Now is great time to get some fresh air in the outdoors. Check the links below to be certain your preferred park or trail is open for day use before venturing out.
Retail To-Go starts April 24, 2020
How to Shop Retail To-Go
Denton County residents will have the opportunity to make purchases at more retail stores beginning Friday, April 24th. Guidelines have been put in place to allow consumers to safely shop online or by phone and drive to the store to pick up your order curbside. Please be patient with the process as it is new for everyone.
Denton County, State of Texas and Federal Resources
Stay tuned...

More news about Reopening Texas is coming soon. Governor Abbott will be holding a press conference on Monday, April 27, to outline more steps and stages for the reopening.

As we all look forward to reopening our businesses and economy, please use caution and continue to practice social distancing and wear cloth face coverings. Please play your part in stopping the spread of COVID-19.
During this time of COVID-19, the need for blood becomes more crucial. Follow the link to schedule your appointment at the upcoming blood drive.

COVID-19 and Your Family
Family Resources
Due to Stay at Home orders, families have had extended time to be together. Are you looking for some fresh ideas to make the most of time together? Check the links below.
Tax Holiday for Emergency Preparation Supplies Sales
April 25 - April 27
Tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies begins on Friday, April 25th and runs through midnight on Sunday, April 27th.
The Comptroller of Texas has created a list of items that qualify as tax free and those that do not. Restrictions on how to purchase do exist. All the details can be found by clicking the link below.