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With the health and well-being of our residents, visitors, and staff being a top priority, the City of Manor is temporarily closing all city facilities to the public due to the COVID-19 disease outbreak. It is unknown at this time when facilities will reopen. To contact staff and how to access services see the attached release.
The release below details what types of construction activity is prohibited under Travis County Order 2020-05, the Shelter In Place Order, and what types of construction activity is permitted.
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 www.sba.gov/disaster to apply for assistance.
The following Declaration and Ordinance, enacted by City Council on March 18th, enables the City to provide services above and beyond normal circumstances as well as the ability to seek funding from State and Federal agencies to offset associated costs. The Declaration is extended to May 1st by the Ordinance.
The City of Manor would like to remind you that we have multiple options for online, phone, and US mail bill payment options for Court and Utility accounts. While examining how to limit possible virus exposure for City Hall employees and our residents we are suggesting use of these options.
UTILITY PAYMENT OPTIONS:
Pay by Phone: 833-239-6022 or 512-272-5555 ext. 1
Pay Online: Municipal Online Payments Website
Drive-Through and Drop Box: City Hall – 105 East Eggleston Street
Mail: Check or Money Order to 105 East Eggleston Street, Manor, TX 78653
COURT PAYMENT OPTIONS:
Pay by Phone: 512-272-8178
Drive-Through and Drop Box: City Hall – 105 East Eggleston Street (Include Case Number)
Mail: Money Order to Manor Municipal Court 105 East Eggleston Street, Manor, TX 78653 (Include Case Number)
For more information please feel free to call (512) 272-5555. We will continue to update our website and social media to any changes to City operations.
Click the link below for the Mayor's Address regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Listed below are some common questions and answers about the virus and web-links for anyone looking for more information.
What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
Patients with COVID-19 have had mild to severe respiratory illness with symptoms including:
How can I protect myself?
You can protect yourself by:
How is COVID-19 testing conducted? Is any testing being conducted for Austin/Travis County individuals?
A Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) lab in Austin is now capable of completing COVID-19 testing. APH currently has one or more Persons Under Investigation, which means testing is in-progress. These are not confirmed cases.
Individuals who experience symptoms of lower respiratory illness (i.e. cough, shortness of breath) should consult with their health care provider who will determine if there is another plausible diagnosis (i.e. influenza). Your local health care provider will consult with Austin Public Health to collect specimens for testing by the CDC or a Texas DSHS lab if it is deemed the patient meets the case definition.
What should I do if I think I have COVID-19?
If you are experiencing symptoms including fever, cough, and shortness of breath, please contact your health care provider. It is important to call before going into a clinic, urgent care, or emergency department, to prevent any potential spread.
People with no insurance and no established provider experiencing coronavirus-like symptoms should call CommUnityCare at 512-978-9015. CommUnityCare will triage people over the phone and send them to the appropriate location. We are following CDC rapid-response protocols and asking people with no established provider to call the number above rather than come in to prevent any potential spread of the virus.
What are steps to help prevent the spread of illnesses such as flu and COVID-19 if you are sick?
If you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with COVID-19 or any other respiratory illness follow the steps below to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community.
Are some people at higher risk for severe infection?
Yes. Similar to influenza, those who are over the age of 70 and/or have underlying health conditions such as heart disease, hypertension, chronic lung disease, and diabetes are at greater risk for severe disease and complications from COVID-19.
Dispatch Emergency: 911
Police Administration: 512-272-8177
Police Fax: 512-215-8409
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