City of McKinney News Release


City of McKinney extends state of disaster ordinance through April 30

Ordinance matches Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order for the state of Texas

McKINNEY, Texas (April 3, 2020) – The City of McKinney extended the local state of disaster declaration related to the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) until April 30 and adopted several updates to be consistent with Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order for the state of Texas. The shelter in place order remains in place.

The city has made several changes to its facilities’ operations and programming. As this information is ever-changing, residents can find the most current information at

While the city has established a dedicated webpage at, all residents are highly encouraged to follow the Collin County Health Care Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the most current updates and recommendations relating to COVID-19.

Attached: Amending, Continuing, and Renewing Ordinance Declaring a Local State of Disaster

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