UPDATED: How DFW entities are addressing shelter-in-place status

Collin County Judge Chris Hill announced a stay-at-home order March 24 to limit the spread of the coronavirus. (Emily Davis/Community Impact Newspaper)
Collin County Judge Chris Hill announced a stay-at-home order March 24 to limit the spread of the coronavirus. (Emily Davis/Community Impact Newspaper)

Collin County Judge Chris Hill announced a stay-at-home order March 24 to limit the spread of the coronavirus. (Emily Davis/Community Impact Newspaper)

Many entities in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex have issued stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Below, read more on the status of stay-at-home orders made by cities and counties in the past week.

This list is not comprehensive and may be updated as more information becomes available.



Cities



McKinney

The city of McKinney issued a shelter-in-place order March 25, which was originally to remain in effect until April 1. McKinney City Council voted March 27 to extend the order through April 3. Click here to learn more.

Richardson

Richardson City Council issued a shelter-in-place order March 27, which will remain in effect until April 30. Click here to learn more.



Counties



Collin County



Collin County issued a stay-at-home order March 24. It will remain in effect for seven days, at which point the county may choose to extend the order. Click here to learn more.

Dallas County

Dallas County issued a shelter-in-place order March 22, which will remain in effect until April 3. Click here to learn more.

Tarrant County

Tarrant County issued a stay-at-home order March 24, which will remain in effect until April 7. Click here to learn more.

Emily Davis, Gavin Pugh and Miranda Jaimes contributed to this report.

Community Impact staff



MOST RECENT

A volunteer works with drive-thru grocery services for The Salvation Army to help families suffering from lost wages. (Courtesy The Salvation Army)
The Salvation Army of North Texas faces decrease in food supply through COVID-19

The Salvation Army of North Texas is working to meet the needs of hundreds of McKinney and Plano families each day through COVID-19, officials said.

Businesses shuttering their doors due to coronavirus restrictions lowered the sales tax revenue collected by cities in May compared to May 2019. (Andy Li/Community Impact Newspaper)
Texas comptroller reports 13.2% year-over-year state sales tax revenue drop in May

Tax collection revenue fell significantly in several sectors from May 2019 to May 2020, according to the comptroller's office.

The latest coronavirus updates for Collin County. (Community Impact staff)
Over the weekend: Collin County reports 7 additional coronavirus cases in McKinney

Collin County health officials reported 34 additional cases of coronavirus from May 30 to May 31, including 7 new cases in McKinney.

At the June 2 McKinney City Council meeting, council will consider deploying a second round of grants to help businesses impacted by COVID-19. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
McKinney City Council to consider second round of 'McKinney Strong' COVID-19 business grants

At the June 2 McKinney City Council meeting, council will consider deploying a second round of grants to help businesses impacted by COVID-19.

Participants must register for their testing appointment in advance. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Mobile COVID-19 testing for Collin County residents coming to Frisco, Wylie

Mobile testing for COVID-19 will open June 4 in Frisco.

Texas Health Trace started handling all new cases of COVID-19 in the state June 1. (Courtesy Pexels)
As of June 1, the state is now handling all new COVID-19 cases in Collin County

Collin County’s dashboard that tracks COVID-19 cases is frozen as of 11:59 p.m. May 31.

Demonstrators gathered at the Texas Capitol on May 31 to protest police brutality. (Christopher Neely/Community Impact Newspaper)
Texas officials respond to demonstrations, unrest in wake of George Floyd killing

Gov. Greg Abbott issued a state of disaster in Texas on May 31, while various city officials and law enforcment responded to protests and violence over the weekend.

Here is the latest data from Collin County's public health department. (Chase Autin/Community Impact Newspaper)
DATA: Confirmed COVID-19 cases in McKinney ZIP codes

McKinney had 10 new cases of the coronavirus reported on May 29.

(Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Collin County to transition coronavirus case management to state health department

The Texas Department of State Health Services will perform all COVID-19 case investigations and contact tracing for Collin County following a vote by Collin County Commissioners Court on May 29.

Gather in downtown McKinney has been unable to book events with 25% occupancy restrictions, the owners said. (Community Impact Newspaper file photo)
‘It’s not enough’: McKinney wedding businesses struggle under 25% occupancy restrictions

While restaurants are allowed to operate at 50% capacity, wedding venues in McKinney and throughout Texas are restricted to the initial 25% occupancy Abbott announced at the start of May due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Collin College is providing this assistance in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act. (Chase Autin/Community Impact Newspaper)
Collin College offering grants, tuition credit for students affected by coronavirus pandemic

Collin College is offering student grants and tuition credit to students who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the college's shift to online courses.

Bloomdale Road in McKinney is being expanded. (Graphic by Michelle Degard/Community Impact Newspaper)
McKinney transportation update: Bloomdale Road expansion

Construction is not expected to affect existing traffic in the surrounding area.