As news about the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to develop, the City of League City is actively monitoring the situation and taking the proper precautions to limit the spread of illness. In order to ensure the safety and well-being of staff and residents, the City will be joining county and school district initiatives by limiting large, City-sponsored gatherings and closing a few City facilities.
The City will continue to assess the situation daily, and follow guidance provided by the CDC. We will update residents regularly about future closures and impacts to the community through the City’s website and social media pages.
Current City Closures, Cancelations, and Postponements
Hometown Heroes Park will be closed and all programming will be suspended through May 4. This includes recreational classes and sporting events.
Helen Hall Library
The library will remain open to the public, but library programming will be suspended through May 4.
Facility rentals will be canceled/rescheduled, but all City public parks will remain open until further notice.
Events and Meetings
Special meetings and events hosted by the City will be canceled or postponed until after May 4.
This includes the following:
- Household Hazardous Waste Event
- Community Garage Sale
- Grand Opening of Fire Station #6
- Walk for Wellness
- League City Egg Scramble
- League City Hiring Expo
- 2nd Annual Pet Fest
- Nature with Kristine
- Astronomy in the Park
- City Board and Commission Meetings
Some events may be postponed for a later date. The City of League City will continue to actively monitor the COVID-19 situation and revisit cancellations and postponements.
Residents can help prevent the spread of illness by:
- Washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water is not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick. The CDC recommends keeping a distance of at least six feet.
- Stay home when you are sick. Keeping a sick child at home prevents the spread of illness in the school and community and allows your child an opportunity to rest and recover.
- Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.