Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: June 2, 2020

Collin County Commissioners voted to transfer the responsibility for COVID-19 case investigations, contact tracing and daily reporting to the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). DSHS began investigating, monitoring and tracing all new cases on June 1. As a result of this change, new Collin County case details will be reported on the Texas DSHS COVID-19 dashboard .

Collin County will access the state system to obtain data and reports, but details on the extent of the data and how reports are distributed will be announced later. At this time, the City of Plano does not have Plano-specific data for daily reporting. 

The Collin County COVID-19 dashboard remains static until they start getting reports and data from the state. Here are resource links:

Collin CARES Economic Recovery & Assistance Programs Now Available 
Eligible Collin County residents may qualify for rent/mortgage, utility and food assistance through the Collin CARES Assistance Program administered through local nonprofit organizations. Applications became available June 1.

Questions? Email . Please include your application ID and a phone number where you can be reached.

Minimum qualifications for applicants include: 
  • Resident of Collin County, excluding those located in the City of Dallas as they have received their own funding (Find out if you are a Collin County resident
  • Experienced a 25% or more reduction in income due to the COVID-19 pandemic 
  • Maintain $20,000 or less in non-retirement assets 
  • Documented income which does not exceed 200% of Area Median Income (AMI) as outlined below

Members of Household - 200% Area Median Income     
1 person - $120,800
2 people - $138,000
3 people - $155,200
4 people - $172,400
5 people - $186,200
6 people - $200,000
7 people - $213,800
8 people - $277,600