City of Levelland and State of Texas COVID-19 Response Documents-

In an emergency City Council meeting on March 26, 2020, Levelland City Council passed Resolution 2020-09 declaring a state of disaster for public health emergency for the City of Levelland. From that point, Resolutions and Clarifications/Best Practice guidelines have been issued. You can read those documents by clicking the links below:

Resolution 2020-09 Levelland Disaster Declaration 3-26-20

Resolution 2020-11 Stay at Home Order

Resolution 2020-14 Stay at Home- Amendment, Modification & Replacement

Resolution 2020-14 Mayor’s Guidance for Grocery Stores

Resolution 2020-14 Clarification Order: Foster Care & Similar Living Situations

Resolution 2020-14 Mayoral Clarification: Golf Courses

Resolution 2020-14 Mayoral Clarification Auto Showrooms

Resolution 2020-14 Mayoral Clarification Dog Groomers

Resolution 2020-15 Safely Opening Levelland

Resolution 2020-15 Mayoral Order: Tanning Salons

Resolution 2020-16 Safely Opening Levelland- Expansion

Resolution 2020-16 Mayoral Clarification Eliminating Jail as a Punishment

Resolution 2020-21 Safely Opening Levelland - Business and Activity Expansion

Resolution 2020-22 Declaration of Local Disaster- Extension

Resolution 2020-24 Declaration of Local Disaster Extension

Resolution 2020-36 Declaration of Local Disaster Extension

Mayoral Order- Safely Opening Levelland- Phase III- Adoption of GA-26

Mayoral Order- Adoption of GA-28

Mayoral Order- Adoption of GA-29 and Amended GA-28

Mayoral Order- Adoption of GA-30

Levelland City Council passed Ordinance 1048 which amends the City’s Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan by adding a penalty provision and establishing a penalty of a fine not to exceed $1,000 or up to 180 days in jail for each violation. You can read the Ordinance by clicking the link below:                                                                             

 Ordinance 1048

On March 19, 2020 Governor Gregg Abbott issued an executive order in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, limiting gatherings in the state of Texas to no more than 10 people. You can read the executive order, and subsequent executive orders related to COVID-19, by clicking the links below:

Texas Executive Order GA-18

Texas Executive Order GA-21

Texas Executive Order GA-26

Texas Executive Order GA-28 - Partial Retraction

Texas Executive Order GA-29

Texas Executive Order GA-30

On Monday, April 27, 2020, Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order GA-18, which starts the process of "Opening Texas". As of May 18, 2020, the Open Texas Guide has been updated, as more businesses have been given permission to open. Here are the current guidelines-

OPEN TEXAS Guidelines (Updated 5/18/20)

No doubt, you’ve heard a lot about "essential" and "non-essential" businesses. Here is some guidance on that topic.     

Dept of Homeland Security: Info about Essential & Non-Essential Businesses