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The following is an alert from the Texas Public Health Information Network.
HAN HEALTH ADVISORYDistributed via the CDC Health Alert Network March 28, 2020, 11:00 AM ETCDCHAN-00431SummaryChloroquine phosphate, when used without a prescription and supervision of a healthcare provider, can cause serious health consequences, includin...
The President's Corona-virus guidelines for America.15 days to slow the spread
No more than 10 people: small group gathering guidelines
For purposes herein, a gathering is any indoor or outdoor event that brings together or is likely to bring together more than 10 people at the same time in a single space where people are present and within 6 feet of one another, without regard ...
These are the main questions the community wants to know about how the city is handling civic matters.
Do we have Covid-19 in Mineral Wells?
No cases have been confirmed yet.
How long will the limit on 10 persons exist?
Until further notice.
Are the city parks closed?
Not at this time. However, gatherings of more than 10 people are not allowed.
An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Mineral Wells, Texas consenting to the extension of the Declaration of Local Disaster executed by Mayor Tammy Underwood on March 19, 2020 until rescinded or amended by the City Council;
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MINERAL WELLS, TEXAS CONSENTING TO THE EXTENSION OF THE DECLARATION OF LOCAL DISASTER EXECUTED BY MAYOR TAMMY UNDERWOOD ON MARCH 19, 2020 UNTIL RESCINDED OR AMENDED BY THE CITY COUNCIL; AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR...
Get unbiased advice and fact-only research with key resources. Obtaining the right information during a crisis is crucial. The following resources will help alleviate anxiety and fear:
One of the keys to surviving community crisis disaster is recognizing and using your friends and neighborhood network. Remember, all those planning for family crisis rely on a friend/family/neighbor network as well.
On the importance o...
PRESS RELEASE OF PPGH: PALO PINTO GENERAL HOSPITAL CHIEF OFFICER ROSS KORMAS: "AS OF 2:00PM ON MAR 24, NO CONFIRMED CASES OF COVID-19 VIRUS EXIST IN THE COUNTY. We will continue to test patients that meet the testing criteria for the COVID-19 virus.
We have a limited number of test kits at our disposal and will only be used on patients who meet testing criteria. Palo Pinto General Hospital continues to work with City and County officials to help reduce the spread of the virus. Please rememb...
Beginning Mon, Mar 30, Waste Connections, the City’s waste service provider, will temporarily limit residential trash and recycling.
Items should be securely bagged or within container carts and no residential bulk and brush collection services.
Currently they are requiring all residential trash be bagged and tied, and limiting residential bulky waste collection to 2 cubic ya...
A local state of disaster for public health emergency is hereby declared for the City of Mineral Wells, a Texas home rule municipal corporation, pursuant to Section 418.108(a) of the Texas Government Code.
A video recording of the proclamation is available courtesy of the Mineral Wells Index.
Local government officials held a conference call today to discuss the state of the COVID-19 outbreak and to make sure all entities are working towards the same goal - to reduce the spread of the virus.
Dr. Ed Evans, Judge Shane Long, City Manager Randy Criswell, Mayor Tammy Underwood, Palo Pinto General Hospital, Emergency Management, first responders (Police, Sheriff, Fire, EMT), Palo Pinto County School Superintendents, and other City & County Off...
Please do not flush wet wipes, paper towels, or other paper products which are not flushable down the toilet. It will clog the sewer line from your home and perhaps the lines from your neighbor's homes. This can be costly and inconvenient.
To encourage social distancing as well as continue to support your health and well-being, the Water Billing and Municipal Court windows will be closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting April 2, 2020.
We will still be accepting phone calls and payments at (940) 328-7720 for Water Billing and (940) 328-7733 for Court. To save time, pay online at www.mineralwellstx.gov/pay.
Severe Illness Associated with Using Non-Pharmaceutical Chloroquine Phosphate to Prevent and Treat Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Chloroquine phosphate, when used without a prescription and supervision of a healthcare provider, can cause serious health consequences, including death. Clinicians and public health officials should discourage the public from misusing non-pharmace...
An ordinance of the City Council of the City of Mineral Wells, Texas, amending its Order of Election called on January 21, 2020 by postponing, ordering and providing Notice of a General Election to be held on the 3rd day of November 2020.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MINERAL WELLS, TEXAS, AMENDING ITS ORDER OF ELECTION CALLED ON JANUARY 21, 2020 BY POSTPONING, ORDERING AND PROVIDING NOTICE OF A GENERAL ELECTION FOR THE CITY OF MINERAL WELLS, TEXAS, TO BE HELD ON THE 3RD ...
The City Hall Annex will have limited access until further notice. For persons needing a birth or death certificate, please go to the link below. You may mail your application to the address shown or fax it to (940) 328-7704 to pay with credit card.
Please make sure to send a copy of your ID and notarized statement when applying. You may also apply to the Texas Department of State Health Services here.
We will continue to process cemetery payments. If making a regular monthly payment, please call (940...
El Anexo del Ayuntamiento tendrá acceso limitado hasta nuevo aviso. Para las personas que necesitan un certificado de nacimiento o defunción, visite nuestro sitio web.
Puede enviar su solicitud por correo a la dirección que se muestra o enviarla por fax al (940) 328-7704 para pagar con tarjeta de crédito. Asegúrese de enviar una copia de su identificación y declaraci&oacut...
In an effort to protect the health and safety of our citizens and employees, effective March 25, 2020 Accident Reports will only be available online. Please visit www.mineralwellstx.gov/crash for more information.
In an effort to protect the health and safety of our citizens and employees, effective March 18, 2020, the City of Mineral Wells will temporarily absorb the 4% transaction fee for all credit card transactions.
The purpose is to promote electronic transactions and facilitate social distancing during this national coronavirus emergency.
All scheduled Municipal Court hearings are postponed until further notice of the court. The Court window will continue to be open during business hours. Please pay online or using the dropbox when possible. For questions, please call (940) 328-7733.
The monthly financial statements for August 2019 are available for download and review.
Click the links below to see a list of all monthly reports currently available for each category.
Monthly Financial Reports
Check Reconciliation Registers
Statements of Expenditures
Statements of Revenues
A video recording of the City Council meeting on March 26, 2020 is available on Facebook courtesy of the Mineral Wells Index. An audio recording is also available for download and review.
The video recording is available on Facebook. Part 1.
Audio recordings of the City Council meetings are also available for download and review.
All scheduled Municipal Court hearings are postponed until further notice of the court. The Municipal Court window will continue to be open during regular business hours. For questions, please call the Court Clerk at (940) 328-7733.