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Argyle COVID-19 Response
Statement from Argyle Mayor, Donald Moser 03.24.20
Argyle Emergency Declaration No. 2020-D (Amended)
In response to the public health emergency declaration regarding COVID-19, the Town of Argyle will be making changes to our operations and facilities.
Argyle Town Hall and Municipal Court are now open to the public during regular business hours.
All Town Hall and Municipal Court business is encouraged to be conducted online, by email, or by phone. The town will continue to evaluate town operations and public health recommendations and will communicate changes to these closures through the town website and town social media pages.
Defendants may go online to make payments here. Defendants may also email court personnel for questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the court at 940-464-7273.
Development - Permits
Individuals and businesses may email permit applications and supporting documents to email@example.com.
UPDATE: All non-essential home owner occupied inspection requests, such as Water Heater Replacements and HVAC Replacements, be temporarily postponed. The Town’s third-party inspectors will complete every back log of these inspections once the current COVID-19 situation reflects improvement.
Development – Planning
Development planning and project questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or large documents may be sent through Dropbox. A physical dropbox is also available outside the front doors of Town Hall.
Town Council Meetings
Meetings of the Argyle Town Council, as well as city boards and commissions, will continue as scheduled, but attendance will be limited. As a reminder, Town Council meetings are live-streamed and may be viewed by the public in the convenience and safety of their own home.
Town sponsored special events will be canceled until further notice; including the April 4, Easter Egg Hunt and April 18, Annual Clean-Up Day.
Argyle Police Department
Remains open at this time, with steps taken to mitigate person-to-person exposure. Read the Argyle Police Department COVID-19 response protocol here.
If you have questions, please call the Denton County Public Health Coronavirus Hotline at 940-349-2585.
Government Messages and Legislation
Governor’s Executive Order 05.05.20
"Retail to Go" Guidelines - Denton County
Message from the White House: 15 Days to Slow the Spread
Denton County "Stay at Home" Executive Order 04.07.20
Governor Abbott Issues Executive Order Establishing Strike Force to Open Texas
Resources & News
Denton County interactive data site
Texas Workforce Commission: Unemployment Information
List of resources for businesses
Coronavirus Stimulus Bill FAQ
Synopsis of Telecommunications and Cable Television Provider Responses
SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program for Businesses Impacted by COVID-19: Learn About It and How to Apply
Texas Health and Human Services
Denton County Public Health
Wipes clog pipes: What not to flush during toilet paper shortage
Guide to disinfecting your home