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Declaration of Local Disaster (Tarrant County)

Declaration of Local Disaster (City of Crowley)
In response to President Donald Trump’s and Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s issuance of public health emergency declarations for the nation and the state, and Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley’s recent signing of a declaration of local disaster due to a public health emergency, Crowley Mayor Billy P. Davis has made a declaration of local disaster for public health emergency today, Thursday, March 19, 2020, for the City of Crowley to minimize the potential impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in our community.

This declaration enables the City of Crowley to become eligible to seek emergency assistance, if needed, in response to impacts of the global outbreak of COVID-19. The City of Crowley is joining other area cities that have issued declarations to help combat the spreading of COVID-19.

To date, there are no reports of Coronavirus in the City of Crowley, and city staff is taking necessary precautions to keep it that way. This declaration of disaster by Mayor Davis will remain in place until further notice.

Tracking COVID-19 
Tarrant County Coronavirus Hotline: 817-248-6299
Texas Health Resources Coronavirus Hotline: 682-236-7601
No doctor? Call 877-THR-WELL (877-847-9355)

What you can do
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
  • Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
Park Trails, Open Areas Now Open
In an effort to encourage exercise and to enjoy the beautiful weather, the City of Crowley is reopening all the parks in the city limits for trail and open-area use only.

Pavilions and playgrounds will remain closed.

Be mindful of the social distancing requirements or Item 9 of the emergency declaration that states “All public or private gatherings of any number of people occurring outside a single household are prohibited, except as otherwise provided herein. Nothing in this Executive Order prohibits the gathering of members of a household or living unit."

As we diligently adhere to this emergency declaration, these portions of our parks will be open.

All City Buildings Closed to Public Access
All city buildings will be closed to public access starting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, March 23. The closure is effective until at least April 3, 2020.

The City of Crowley will continue to conduct business via phone or online. By closing public access to our city facilities we are doing our part to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus and allowing our staff to practice social distancing. 

See the information below on how you can still access city staff.

Phone: 817-297-2201

Utility Billing

NOTE: All phone and online fees are waived until further notice

Credit Card -  Online at Utility Billing 

Bank Draft - Call Utility Customer Service (817) 297-2201 ext. 1010 or 1020 or Email: request for setup

Credit Card by Phone by calling (855) 584-1277: This automated service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You will need your utility account number and the amount you would like to pay. All phone and on line fees are waived until further notice.

City of Crowley
Utility Customer Service
201 E Main St.
Crowley, TX 76036

Drive-Up Dropbox - There is a dropbox on the west side of City Hall underneath the American flagpole by Hampton St. Cash is not accepted. Checks or money order only

Financial Institution: Contact your bank for procedures. Typically takes 5-7 business days to set up. The City will waive late fees until further notice.

Phone: 817-297-2201, ext.1010 or 1020


Municipal Court

All March court dockets have been postponed and will be rescheduled for April. Defendants will receive a notice at the address the court has on file of their new court date. Dockets will resume as normal on Monday, April 6.                                

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext 1230 or ext. 1290

Email: or

Online Payments: Municipal Court

City Secretary

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 4000



Permit applications and payments may be submitted via email at or dropped off in the night drop for water bills (located outside of City Hall). If you are paying by credit card, you will need to use a credit card authorization form (available here).


New Construction: Your inspector will coordinate with the contractor to ensure that no one is on site or within the building during the duration of the inspection.
Existing Structures: Your inspector will coordinate with the contractor to verify the work performed and determine if the inspection may be postponed or is an emergency. All postponed inspections may begin to be rescheduled on April 6, 2020, depending on additional closures. If the inspection is to restore essential services to the residence or business there will be coordination from the contractor and the occupant to ensure the safety of the inspector. These inspections will be performed in a timely manner. At this time, all water heater and HVAC inspections on existing structures will be postponed (permits will still be issued during this time).”

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 3000                                                                                               


Economic Development

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 4300                                                                                               


Community Development/Planning

The City Council has voted to cancel all board and commission meetings through April 15 and will be deciding on April 16 whether to resume board and commission meetings. Until we have a date available for scheduling development cases, we have suspended accepting applications; no development applications will be accepted until at least April 17. However, during this time, staff will be available for pre-application meetings by phone so that your project can move forward quickly as soon as boards resume meeting. Applications that have already been received are still moving forward through the review and approval process as required by state law.

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 3030


Human Resources         

Phone: 817-297-2201, ext. 4200


Additional Facility/Service Closures

In accordance with the recommendations by the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Tarrant County Public Health Department, the City of Crowley has made the decision to close the following facilities and services effective Tuesday, March 17, through no earlier than Monday, April 6:

1. Crowley Recreation Center 
   o Facility will be closed
   o All programs and events are canceled o Meeting spaces are unavailable

2. Crowley Public Library 
   o Facility will be closed
   o All programs and events are canceled

3. Crowley Senior Center 
   o All programs and events are canceled.
   o Contact Sixty and Better at 817-413-4949 for meal information

4. Crowley Animal Shelter 
   o Owners wishing to reclaim lost pets must do so by appointment by calling 817-297-2201 ext 3300 during regular business hours (10-4 p.m. M-F)

   o Adoptions will continue by appointment only

   o Staff will be on duty during normal business hours to answer telephone calls and care for the pet population currently there.

   o Staff will respond to emergency calls during business hours for injured, rabies, vicious or aggressive animals or bites. For after-hour or daytime emergencies, please contact police dispatch at 817-297-2276. o All non-emergency owner surrender is suspended.

5. All group activities at Dionne Bagsby All Sports Complex, including all Crowley Youth Association activities 

6. Effective March 24, the restrooms at Teeter Park, Bicentennial Park and the Dionne Bagsby All Sports Complex will close 

Support Area Businesses
Follow the Crowley Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook pages for an updated list of businesses for curbside, delivery or drive-thru.

Crowley Area Chamber of Commerce (FB)

Crowley Fire & Police
Throughout the duration of this declared disaster, the Crowley Fire Department and Crowley Police Department will be canceling or rescheduling the following events:

Crowley Police Department

Crowley Fire Department

Crowley ISD

Free Internet Availability


Online Support

Food & Financial Assistance

Helpful Phone Numbers & Websites
Dial: 211 or 817-258-8100
Crowley House of Hope: 817-297-6400
Tarrant County Department of Human Services: 817-531-5620 (Tarrant County Only)
Enviromental Protection Agency (info on water, wastewater)
Help for Small Businesses
Facebook Small Business Grants Program
U.S. Small Business Administration - Disaster Loan Assistance                                             

Be Aware of Scams

Office of the Attorney General (file complaint online)

Common Scams

Tarrant County District Attorney (YouTube)

Office of the Attorney General: 800-621-0508 (complaint line)

City Event Postponements/Cancellations

  • DIY: Spring Wreath (March 26), postponed
  • Crowley Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Luncheon (March 26), postponed
  • Crowley City Council Meeting (April 2), canceled
  • Meet the Candidates (April 14), postponed
  • All Board and Commissions Meetings until April 15, canceled
  • Easter Egg Hunt (April 4), postponed
  • Brunch with the Bunny (April 4), postponed