Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in Crowley
(Updated: 7-8-2020, 2 p.m.)
Here is the updated information from Tarrant County Public Health concerning COVID-19 cases involving people who reside within the city limits of Crowley.
Total number of confirmed cases: 89 (1 new)
Total number of active cases: 44
Total number of recoveries: 44 (1 new)
Total number of deaths: 1
Tarrant County is reporting the total number of cases in the 76036 ZIP code, and the 76036 ZIP code also includes parts of unincorporated Tarrant County and parts of Johnson County.
A Letter from Mayor Davis
In the last 10 days, Gov. Abbott has slowly lifted restrictions when it comes to the opening of businesses and staying at home. More businesses like hair salons, barbershops, nail salons and tanning salons can open this Friday. Hopefully, these businesses in our city will do so and start to rebuild their clientele.
With the Governor’s three-phase plan in mind, our City administrators have put together a three-phase program. We are currently in Phase 1 where city staff is safely preparing to open City Hall by appointment only and other City buildings like Public Works and the Animal Shelter beginning next week with the implementation of Phase 2. If all goes well, Phase 3 will begin May 18.
Census 2020 Information
The U.S. Census is conducted every 10 years by the Census Bureau. The census counts all person in the United States with a goal of counting all individuals in the country. This requires several methods to cover the entire population. To find out more, please click here.
If you have questions about someones identity or concerns about fraud, please call
1-800-923-8282 to speak with a local Census Bureau representative.
Currently, Crowley residents have responded at 67.9 percent.
NGO COVID-19 Assistance Program
The Tarrant County Commissioners Court allocated $20M in Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF) to assist non-governmental, 501c3 organizations in the provision of services to individuals directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This program will consider reimbursement of expenses, incurred or anticipated, that are necessary to provide services to aid individuals affected by COVID-19. Documentation will be required to substantiate a direct relationship between the proposed expenses and COVID-19.