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UPDATE: Navasota City Hall to remain closed week of April 6

In an effort to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the City of Navasota will close City Hall and the Navasota Public Library to the public.

NAVASOTA, Texas — UPDATE: April 6, 2020

Navasota City Hall will remain closed to the public for the week of April 6, 2020. The City of Navasota and the Emergency Management Team continue to monitor the progression of the COVID-19 virus and put plans into place to keep residents protected.

The city also asks residents to cease travel outside of Grimes county, if at all possible. There are no new cases at this time, keeping Grimes County at 3 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

Previous story from April 1, 2020

In an effort to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the City of Navasota will close City Hall and the Navasota Public Library to the public effective Thursday, April 2, 2020.

The City will continue to provide all services, and respond to emergency calls. Customers may continue to call city offices at 936-825-6475 or 936-825-6450. Utility bills may be paid online at www.navasotatx.gov or by utilizing the payment kiosk at City Hall.

The City of Navasota and its Emergency Management Team continue to monitor the evolving situation of the COVID-19 virus, The City requests that all citizens comply with the recommendation of the CDC, President Trump and Governor Abbott’s Executive Orders, to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

The Governor’s executive order includes social distancing of at least six (6) feet, minimizing social gatherings and in-person contact with people who are not in the same household, avoid unnecessary travel. Citizens may still access grocery stores and restaurant drive-thru, delivery and curbside pick-up as well as any other business the Governor deems essential.

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