The Pflugerville Animal Shelter and Lake Pflugerville are among several reopenings planned for June 16, the city announced in a June 15 news release.

Per the release, all visitors to reopened city facilities will be required to wear face coverings while indoors, as well as practicing social distancing. Signage, floor markings and capacity limits will also be enforced to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the release added.

City services and facilities scheduled to reopen June 16 are as follows:

  • athletics fields, including 1849 Park

  • basketball and volleyball courts

  • Lake Pflugerville's beach, pavilion, boat ramp, fishing piers

  • Gilleland Creek Pool: lap swim and open swim available by reservation

  • Pflugerville Animal Shelter: reopening with normal operations; feral cats more than 3 months old will not be accepted for the foreseeable future

The Pflugerville Public Library will also begin offering curbside care kits that provide personal hygiene materials to those in need, per the release. Public lobbies, including the Pflugerville Recreation Center, Pflugerville Public Library, Pflugerville City Hall and the Pflugerville Justice Center, are among those that will remain closed, the release added.

For additional information on that status of city services and facilities, click here.