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Recent COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19: Important Message from Mayor Gonzales

Travis County Order issued

Post Date:03/15/2020 9:54 AM

Friends and neighbors of Pflugerville, 

By now you have heard about COVID-19, the Coronavirus. Over the last few days, as cases arise in the Central Texas area, it has become a more alarming and serious issue for our country, state, and of course, our city.  I want you to know that we are doing all we can in regards to coordinating and collaborating with local agencies and health officials. We want to learn and know as much as possible so we can execute effectively to keep this pandemic at a minimum. 

Our main objective is to reduce the transmission of this disease. Therefore, the City of Pflugerville is moving forward with the same message as Travis County’s Order regarding communal gatherings.  As of today, March 15, 2020, the City of Pflugerville is limiting the gatherings of 250 people or more citywide and discouraging concentrated crowds or gatherings, regardless of size.

We ask all civic organizations, faith-based organizations, volunteer organizations, nonprofits and others to reduce programs and gathering opportunities. Concentrated crowds, regardless of the size, are discouraged.  Many corporate partners have already begun to allow employees to work from home where possible, in addition to providing helpful health education materials in the work environment.  We all play a part in combating the Coronavirus, and over the next few weeks our efforts must pay off.

Proper hand washing and precautions with exposure to areas that could possibly be contagious are critical.  More importantly, now we must exercise social distancing to lower our exposure.  Thinking twice about gatherings, events, and activities that compound community transmission is very important.

By staying home if we feel ill and keeping distance from each other, we can help limit the transmission of the disease.  We all must play our part to ensure that as few people as possible are unintentionally exposed to the Coronavirus.

We will provide updates on our website, as things develop.  I ask for your cooperation and help to keep our city COVID-19 free.




Victor Gonzales


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Tracking cases in our area

How many COVID-19 cases are there in Pflugerville? In Texas?

The City receives information from Austin Public Health on COVID-19 cases. The Travis County COVID-19 Dashboard shows number of cases in the 78660 zip code, but does not list if those cases are Pflugerville residents. The DSHS Dashboard shows the number of cases in the State of Texas and can be accessed online here.

Where can I find COVID-19 testing information?

Austin Urgent Care
15100 FM 1825 is providing COVID-19 testing 7 days a week from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. For more information contact Austin Urgent Care at 512-334-6707.
SignatureCare Emergency Center 

21315 TX-130, Building 4 is providing COVID-19 testing (including rapid 15-minute Antigen Test, Molecular (PCR) Test, and Antibody Test) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information visit SignatureCare's website here.

Additional Information

The Austin Public Health testing enrollment form is online at

Please note: CommUnity Care Center in Pflugerville is no longer providing drive thru COVID-19 testing due to capacity limitations. For more information visit CommUnityCare's website here

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Small Business Grants
For Business in Travis County & Outside Austin City Limits

Help is here for Travis County businesses who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Travis County Thrive is offering grants of up to $40,000 for qualifying small businesses. Pre-application process is open now through July 10th.  

Eligible businesses must be located within Travis County, but outside of the City of Austin. Visit or call 512-512-994 (ext. 2280) to take the first step by completing the pre-eligibility questionnaire. 

Pflugerville Pfund
The Chamber of Commerce Pflugerville Pfund is set up to help local businesses with financial assistance grants due to COVID-19. Find more information about this fund by visiting

Tips to reduce spread of COVID-19

Flyer to prevent disease
  • Wear a mask. Be sure it completely covers your nose and mouth and fits securely.
  • Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are unavailable, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer
  • Cover your cough by coughing or sneezing into your elbow
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home if you develop flu-like symptoms or sickness
  • Clean and disinfect frequently-touched surfaces.
  • Practice social distancing
Why physical distancing is important

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), social distancing is the practice of keeping a distance from other people to help reduce the spread of the virus in community settings. Because COVID-19 is most commonly spread through the air by coughing or sneezing, close personal contact by touch, or touching an object or surface with the virus on it, minimizing contact with other individuals is an important step in reducing the risk of disease transmission.

If you or a loved one is sick

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