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Jersey Village COVID-19 Response

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January 4, 2021

As a COVID-19 vaccination is becoming more available, residents who are interested in receiving the vaccine are encouraged to reach out to their health care provider. Harris County Public Health (HCPH) is also offering vaccinations to those that are included in Phase 1A and 1B, which include healthcare workers, people over 65, and those with underlying health issues. HCPH has a limited supply of vaccinations available. 

Residents can find health care providers and locations that have the COVID-19 vaccination available by searching the Texas COVID-19 Vaccine Provider Location Map. Keep in mind that your ability to get a vaccine at this time will depend on vaccine availability at your provider’s office, clinic, or facility.

More information regarding COVID-19 and vaccinations is available on the HCPH website


Update for August 28, 2020

The County Judge has extended the requirement for face coverings to be worn in commercial entities until 14 days after the expiration of Governor Abbott declaration orders related to COVID-19. As such the City Health and Safety Policy will continue to be enforced in all city buildings.


Update for July 14, 2020

City Hall will reopen to the public starting Wednesday, July 15th at 8am. Social distancing as well as the Health and Safety Policy will continue to be enforced. We still strongly encourage people to reach out to city staff via phone or email rather than coming to City Hall. Most city staff continue to work remotely. 


Update for July 7, 2020

City Hall is closed to the public. The public can still conduct city business via phone or email
The utility drop box may be used for payments. Payments can also be made online.

We apologize for any inconvenience. 


Update for June 20, 2020

In accordance with the June 19, 2020 order from the County Judge the City of Jersey Village is implementing this Health and Safety Policy for all staff and visitors to all city facilities. This policy is very similar to what has been required or encouraged by staff and visitors since city facilities have reopened. 


Update for June 10, 2020

The City continues to encourage residents to practice social distancing and safe hygiene practices when partaking in re-opened services. We continue to monitor the COVID-19 case count and local hospital data. If you are interested in tracking the information you can do that using the following links:

Harris County Public Health COVID-19 Page

Harris County COVID-19 Cases by City

Texas Medical Center COVID-19 Updates

SouthEast Texas Regional Advisory Council



Update for June 4, 2020

Based upon updated guidance from the Governor that was released yesterday playgrounds and the splash pad are opening today.  We urge people to practice safe hygiene and to wash or disinfect hands on a regular basis. All individuals should follow the guidance when utilizing the parks, splash pad or pool. 

Starting today the pool will be open at 50% capacity. 


Update for June 2, 2020

WCA, the trash and recycling pick up provider in the City, informed us today that their operations have been impacted by COVID-19. Pickup will happen on the regularly scheduled days, but residents may experience some delays. 

The splashpad is still closed as per the Governors orders. The pool is open at 25% capacity.  


Update for May 21, 2020

Harris County Public Health is reporting 10 combined cases, with 2 active and 8 recovered cases. There have been no deaths in Jersey Village due to COVID-19 according to HCPH. Age and sex breakdown is as follows:

case breakdown 5-21-2020

You can stay up to date with the current case count on the HCPH site here.


Update for May 19, 2020

Jersey Village remains at 9 combined COVID-19 cases. 

City hall reopened yesterday with limited staffing for limited functions. Customers are strongly encouraged to utilize online payments, and to contact staff via phone or email. Anyone entering city hall is strongly encouraged to wear a mask. 

Harris County has a mobile testing unit located at the Fairbanks Library, located on Gessner from now until May 23. Testing is free, easy to sign up for and quick. Sign up online, take the self-assessment and drive to the test site. Register online here or call 832-927-7575. To get tested the next day, call or register online after 6:30 p.m. You must take the self-assessment before you will be given an authorization code for a testing site.

Bars may reopen starting on Friday. Gyms, day cares, massage and personal care services and other places can reopen starting this week. You can find the full guidance for all of these businesses and more on the Governor's Strike Force To Open Texas web page.


Update May 18, 2020 11am

Jersey Village City Hall is open to the public starting today with limited capacity and limited staffing.

City Hall opened on Monday, May 18, but phone and online communications with city staff are strongly encouraged. Those that choose to come to City Hall are strongly encouraged to wear masks. City employees will be following stringent social distancing practices and wearing face coverings to provide protection for staff and the public. Not all staff will be returning to work on the 18th, as some will continue to telecommute.


Residents can find email addresses and phone numbers for city staff here.


Utility, Court, and building permit payments can be made online here. Payments are also accepted via the payment drop box in front of City Hall near the Flag Pole.


The Dog Park has reopened today. Residents are encouraged to practice social distancing and proper hygiene before, during, and after the visit.

We are awaiting the Governors Press Conference at 2pm where it is anticipated he will make more announcements as to further reopening.



5pm Update

The JV Community Swimming Pool will open on Saturday, May 23 from 12noon – 6pm. The pool will be open on Sunday (24) and Monday (25) from 12noon-6pm. The pool will be open at 25% occupancy as required by the Governor. The City will be following the guidance from the Governor. This includes individuals avoiding being in a group larger than 10 individuals. Within these groups, individuals should, to the extent possible, minimize in-person contact with others not in the individual’s household. Minimizing in-person contact includes maintaining 6 feet of separation from individuals. When maintaining 6 feet of separation is not feasible, other methods should be utilized to slow the spread of COVID-19, such as wearing a face covering or mask, washing or sanitizing hand frequently, and avoiding sharing utensils or other common objects.


Starting May 22 restaurants may reopen at 50% occupancy.


You can find all of the guidance from the Governor on this website:




Update May 6, 2020

The combined number of cases of COVID-19 in Jersey Village remain at 9. 

Yesterday Governor Abbott announced beginning May 8, cosmetology salons, hair salons, barber shops, nail salons and shops, and other establishments where licensed cosmetologists or barbers practice their trade, may open, but all such salons, shops, and establishments must ensure at least six feet of social distancing between operating work stations. Tanning salons may also reopen under the same limitation.

The Governor has also issued guidance for swimming pools. The City is reviewing this information and making plans accordingly as it relates to our city swimming pool. The splash pad will remain closed. 

These newly opened services are subject to recommended minimum standard health protocols outlined by DSHS. These protocols will be available on the Open Texas webpage.


Update May 4, 2020

The combined number of cases of COVID-19 in Jersey Village remain at 9. 

To get tested for COVID-19 people should first utilize the Harris County Public Health Assessment, which can be found here


Update for April 30, 2020

The combined number of cases of COVID-19 remain at 9.


Based upon guidance from the Governors Executive Order and Harris County City Hall will remain closed until at least May 18th. Staff continue to work remotely. You can find a contact list here.


All city playground equipment and the dog park will remain closed. Parks and green space remain open. We encourage you to take advantage of the beautiful weather and get outdoors for some exercise and fresh air. Please remember to do social distancing to the greatest extent possible.


Some restaurants in Jersey Village will reopen tomorrow at 25% capacity, in accordance with the Governors order. We encourage you to call ahead and make reservations (where applicable) to find out how your favorite restaurant is reopening.


Jersey Meadow Golf Course will open tomorrow. A few of their modifications include:

  • Single riders
  • Credit Cards Only (no cash)
  • Flags present – putting to lifted cup
  • Carts sanitized
  • GPS service standard on all carts
  • Driving range open (mats only)
  • Short game area open
  • Putting green open
  • No rakes, scorecard or pencils

For more information please check out their Facebook page.



Update for April 27, 2020

The combined number of cases of COVID-19 remain at 9.


The CDC now recognizes chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat and new loss of taste or smell as possible symptoms of COVID-19. If you are experiencing these symptoms you can take the assessment to be tested for COVID-19.


Earlier today the Governor issued his Report To Open Texas and Executive Order 18. These document outline the steps for re-opened businesses. Restaurants, Malls, Movie Theaters, and Libraries can reopen at 25% capacity. Public swimming pools must remain closed.



Jersey Meadow Golf Course will reopen on Friday, May 1. A few steps that will be taken to ensure a safe environment for everyone:

  • No rakes in the bunkers.
  • Flags will be elevated and balls will not be able to go into the cup. The flags should not be removed.
  • Golf carts will be sanitized after every use.
  • Only one person per cart, unless they are family members.
  • Driving range golf balls will be cleaned and disinfected between use.
  • At least 6 feet of separation between all golfers on the driving range.
  • No ball washers will be on the course.


City leaders and staff will continue to evaluate the new information provided by the Governor and will make decisions for reopening playgrounds and city hall over the coming days.


We continue to strongly urge people to wear face coverings when out at local businesses.


Update for April 23, 2020

There are 9 confirmed combined (active and recovered) cases of COVID-19 in Jersey Village.


The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day that was scheduled for this weekend has been postponed. When it is rescheduled we will share the new date.


We continue to encourage people to utilize face coverings when out in public. Face coverings should be cloth, and should not be surgical masks or N95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance. Instructions on how to make a face covering and how to properly wear a face covering can be found here


Starting today there is an easier process to get tested for COVID-19. You can take this assessment and get a code you will need to get tested. There are testing sites in the area and in Katy. Once you complete the assessment you can choose the time and location to have your test.



Update for April 22, 2020

We welcome your feedback on how to better communicate COVID-19 related information! Please fill out this form so we can make sure we are putting out information that is useful to you.


As of today there have been 9 cases of COVID-19 in Jersey Village. We do not know how many of those have recovered and how many may still be sick. Harris County is not releasing that information, citing legal reasons. 


Earlier today the County Judge signed an order that requires all people over the age of 10, with limited exceptions, to wear face coverings when out in public starting on Monday, April 27. You can view that order here. We have encouraged the use of masks since April 6, and we continue to strongly encourage all people to wear masks when out in public. For guidance on how to use cloth face coverings please view the information here.


If you need to get tested you have a variety of options to get tested for COVID-19.


Who should be tested for COVID-19?

People who:

  • Have a fever* above 100.4°F (38°C) and with respiratory symptoms
  • Had close contact** with someone diagnosed with COVID-19
  • Have other health conditions (diabetes, lung disease, heart disease, pregnancy)
  • Are age 60 and older
  • Are residents of nursing homes (or other senior living facility)
  • Are part of an investigation of a cluster or an outbreak
  • Are asymptomatic who believe they have been exposed to COVID-19

Priority is given to those who:

  • Are Healthcare workers/First responders
  • Are asymptomatic responders (law enforcement, public health officials, etc.)

There are several mobile testing sites around the Houston area, including some Walgreens. To get a tested you must use the screening tool located here. We have been informed that testing is readily available for those that need it.


The SouthEast Texas Regional Advisory Council (SETRAC) has some great data available on hospital bed usage, ICU bed usage, and Ventilator usage available on their website. You can track the data here.


The Texas Medical Center also offers great information as to their current capacity.



Update for April 21, 2020

City staff continues our planning efforts for reopening playgrounds, the golf course, and getting ready for summer activities. As of today we have cancelled all city sponsored events through the month of May. 


Jersey Village Municipal Court has suspended all court dates through the end of May.  City Hall and Court Offices are currently closed to the public. You may still reach us via phone or email. You can also utilize online payments to conduct business with the Court or pay utility bills.  


Please take a minute to sign up to receive your utility bill via email.



Update for April 17, 2020

Today Governor Abbott held a press conference where he issued three new Executive Orders to begin the process of reopening the state of Texas. You can view those orders here. Schools in Texas will remain closed for the remainder of the academic year. Businesses that can operate under a "retail-to-go" model will be allowed to reopen next Friday. 


President Trump has released his guidelines for Opening America. City Staff is reviewing this information and consulting with area local officials on how to best reopen. 



Update for April 14, 2020

As of 4pm the County was reporting 8 total cases of COVID-19. The information they provide does not tell us how many of those cases are active or recovered.


Update for April 13, 2020

The City of Jersey Village is not running any testing sites for COVID-19. Harris County and private providers are providing testing. If you think you may have COVID-19 and need testing please follow the steps listed on their page.


As of April 12 the County is reporting 7 cases of COVID-19 in Jersey Village. The City believes these numbers to accurately reflect only those within the city limits. 


City staff remain in close communication with other local, stated, and federal partners as we monitor the CVOID-19 cases in our area. 


Our Fire/EMS services continue to practice the policies put in place several weeks ago as it relates to identifying any potential COVID-19 patients. This includes screening patients over the phone to ensure our EMS providers know if there is a patient exhibiting the symptoms of COVID-19 before they arrive. Our EMS providers are donning all personal protective equipment (PPE) before making contact with any suspected patient. 


JVPD continues to conduct proactive patrols of neighborhoods, businesses, and all areas of our city. They are responding to all emergency calls utilizing the proper PPE where required. They are also using phone calls where appropriate to further practice social distancing while still providing a high level of response. 


Governor Greg Abbott today announced that Goldman Sachs and the LiftFund, along with other community development financial institutions (CDFIs), are partnering to provide $50 million in loans to small businesses in Texas that have been affected by COVID-19 as part of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program. These loans, made through the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), will primarily be used for payroll so that employees can continue to receive paychecks and small businesses can retain their employees and will be partially or wholly forgiven.  We’ve posted more information on our website here:


Testing Site Coming to Harris County Precinct 4

Harris County Commissioner R. Jack Cagle announced today the opening of two COVID-19 testing sites in Precinct 4 within the week at locations in Tomball and Humble. Harris County Public Health will open the first testing site in Tomball on Tuesday, April14. That site will perform testing on registered visitors from April 14-16 and April 27-29. A second Public Health testing site will open in Humble on Monday, April 20. The Humble location will test registered visitors from April 20-22 and May 7-9.

Unregistered visitors will not be tested and will be turned away by security officials.To determine whether you should be tested for COVID-19, please visit  You can read the full press release here.



Update for April 11, 2020

Today the County is reporting 6 cases of COVID-19 in Jersey Village. The County has also issued a heat map of cases by zip code. You can find the information updated daily on the County COVID-19 page.  


We also want to thank Michelle Mitcham and Kristy Holder for organizing the Easter Bunny Parade. You can see a video of it on our Facebook page, and some pictures on the JV Police Department Facebook page.


Business should continue to monitor our COVID-19 Business Assistance Page with information on business loans and other resources.


Please also take a moment to tell us how we are doing with our communication as it relates to COVID-19.

Update for April 10, 2020

Today the County decided to release the current count of COVID-19 cases in each community. As of today there are 4 cases of COVID-19 in Jersey Village. At this time, the County cannot provide specific information like name or address because of HIPAA concerns. The Stay Home, Work Safe Order as well as City Ordinance 2020-06 requires anyone with COVID-19 to remain within the confines of their home during the quarantine period following their exposure.


Please keep in mind that this does not mean residents of Jersey Village are more or less likely to develop cases. It is also likely that there are other cases that have not been diagnosed, as there is a severe limit in the ability of the County to test for COVID-19. As such it is imperative that people continue to adhere to the social distancing requirements and the Stay Home, Work Safe order that is currently in effect.


Harris County Public Health Department is targeting its resources toward contact tracing in areas where there is enhanced concern about the possibility of wider spread - essential workers, for example, or nursing homes.


We will continue to update this page as more information becomes available. 



Update for April 8, 2020

City leadership continues to monitors the COVID-19 situation on a continuous basis. Each day city leadership, such as the City Manager, Fire Chief, and Police Chief, are in communication with neighboring communities, county and state officials, to stay abreast of the current situation.  


The city is looking for feedback on our communication efforts during this time. Please answer 5 simple questions to know how we are doing and how we can improve!


Based upon clarification from Governor Abbott Jersey Meadow Golf Course will be closed until May 1. 



Update for April 6, 2020

Under guidance from Harris County Jersey Meadow Golf Course has reopened. Some of the precautions being taken include limited tee times, no rakes in bunkers, putting to raised cups, staff protections such as shields, gloves, and face masks, single riders on carts, and carts only being used once per day to allow for proper cleaning and sanitizing.


The water and wastewater for the City of Jersey Village continues to exceed and maintain quality distribution to our public and to our streams.


As the County Public Health Department is our Public Health Agency (and for all of the cities in the County besides Houston) they have decided to only release cases by quadrant of the county. There is no publicly available data for cases in Jersey Village. The County has their dashboard up with information, which can be found here.


The City recommends people follow the CDC recommendations on face mask usage when out doing essential activities. Cloth face coverings fashioned from household items or made at home from common materials at low cost can be used as an additional, voluntary public health measure. The cloth face coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators.  Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance.


Here's how you can make a face covering with items you have around your home:

You can also use the guide located here to create your own face mask.


City staff continues to maintain communication with our counterparts at Harris County and throughout the state to ensure we have the best information possible. 


Update for April 1, 2020

The County Judge has extended the Stay Home, Work Safe order until April 30. The City strongly encourages all residents to follow the directives in this order. 

Similarly the Governor has issued an executive order limiting social gatherings. The Governor has also closed schools state wide until May 4th. The Governor also highly encourages people to "use drive-thru, pickup, or delivery options for food and drinks". 

Based upon these orders City Hall will remained closed to the public until April 30th. City staff continue to work via telecommuting. You can reach out to the city via phone or email. City Police, Fire, EMS, and Public Works continue to operate as normal as Essential Services. 

All City sponsored activities for the month of April have been cancelled. 

City Parks are closed, but walking trails remain open. People are encouraged to get outside for walking, jogging, etc. 

President Trump has signed the CARES Act, which has resources for local businesses. We have a lot of information on our business assistance page:


Update for March 30, 2020

President Trump has extended social distancing guidelines for another 30 days. We strongly urge people to Stay Home and Work Safe. Please only travel for essential business. Going outdoors for exercise is also encouraged, but please practice social distancing when doing so. Be sure to give at least 6 feet of space between yourself and others. 

We continue to post updates for our local businesses on our website:


Update for March 25, 2020

All Jersey Village Municipal Court Dockets have been postponed through the end of May. You can find more information on our Courts on this page

Trash and recycling pickup remains on the normal schedule, although there may be some delay in the pick from the normal pick up time. 


Update for March 24, 2020

Earlier today Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo signed a Stay At Home Order for all of Harris County, including Jersey Village. You can view the full text of that order here. 

Please direct any questions pertaining to the "Stay Home, Work Safe"  Order issued by the County Judge to the e-mail address below:

Starting March 25, 2020 the following locations will be closed:

  • Jersey Meadow Golf Course
  • Jersey Village Dog Park

These are in addition to the closures of Carol Fox Park and Clark Henry Park that closed effective today. 

Trails, such as those at the retention pond and at Clark Henry Park are still open, however people are required to practice social distancing. 

The splash pad will remain closed. 

All residents should comply with the order from the County Judge. 

City Hall remains closed to the public. Staff is working remotely, and residents can still conduct business with the City by calling or emailing the appropriate staff person. You can find a contact list here.



Update for March 23, 2020
This evening the City Council approved Ordinance 2020-06, extending the Mayor’s Declaration of Local Disaster Due to Public Health Emergency for the City of Jersey Village, until May 12, 2020. You can view the text of the ordinance as amended during the meeting here. The video of the meeting is available online here. 

Starting Tuesday, March 24, Carol Fox Park and Clark Henry Park will be closed. They will be closed until further notice. The walking trails will remain open, but people should practice safe social distancing measures. 

The City strongly encourages people to stay at home. People can engage in outdoor activities, such as walking, jogging, hiking, etc. but should comply with social distancing requirements of six feet. 

Employers should maximize telecommuting opportunities for their employees as much as possible. 

Update for March 20, 2020

We have set up a webpage for Jersey Village businesses that may need financial assistance due to COVID-19 impacts. Please visit that page here.

Update for March 19, 2020

The City Council will meet on Monday, March 23, 2020 at 6pm to discuss and take possible action on continuing the Emergency Declaration that was signed by Mayor Mitcham. The agenda and packet are posted here. Residents are encouraged to watch the meeting live online and email any questions or concerns to staff and Council.


On top of the actions being taken by the Jersey Meadow Golf Course that were discussed previously (see below) we are limiting the number of tee times that are available and limiting the number of open spots on the driving range. This will help with social distancing.


Also following CDC Guidelines there are no more than 9 people allowed in the proshop at any given time. The bar and grill is open for takeout/to go orders only, as per the order by the County Judge.


We continue to clean the parks and playgrounds. Parks staff is disinfecting playgrounds and our restrooms starting this week.  We are using disinfectant sprayed on the playscapes, swings, and any other surfaces that kids/parents come into contact with.  We are cleaning the high touch points daily and are completely spraying the playscapes down every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  There are many other park agencies throughout the state and nation doing the same.  We have concentrated cleaners that we will be using in pump up sprayers in combination with hospital grade disinfecting aerosol cans. 


All city sponsored events and committee meetings have been cancelled through April. City Council will still meet in April. The City Calendar is updated accordingly.


Police, Fire, EMS, and Utilities continue to operate as normal. We continue to urge residents to reach out to staff via phone or email.


Update for March 17, 2020

Earlier today Mayor Mitcham signed a Declaration of Local Disaster due to Public Health Emergency in connection with COVID-19. You can view that here.


Starting on March 18th City Hall will be closed to the public, and most staff will be working remotely. The City remains open and fully ready to serve the residents. Residents can still conduct business with the City by calling or emailing the appropriate staff person. You can find a contact list here.

Residents are encouraged to pay utility bills online, over the phone, by mail, or by utilizing the drop box at city hall.


If you have a Municipal Court Violation to pay you may do that online, by mail, or over the phone.


Police, Fire, EMS, and Public Works utilities will still continue to operate as normal.


According to the CDC the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking water. Jersey Village water treatment plants are well equipped to remove and disinfect viruses through filtration and disinfection processes. Public Works continuously monitors and chlorinates the surface water as it is received from the City of Houston. We also have 40% of our water coming from groundwater and there is much less risk of a virus in groundwater. We chlorinate that as well and create a blended supply that has a regulated chlorine residual in the water as it is delivered to your faucets.


At Jersey Meadow Golf Course we have heightened our cleaning and disinfecting procedures to maintain a healthy environment for guests and staff. We will be wiping down flag sticks, golf cart hand rails, all touch points inside and outside the building, counters, etc. on a regular basis. Any staff member who is not feeling well is instructed to stay home. There will be no cash sales inside the proshop. We are also limiting the number of people inside the proshop at any one time to 10 people in accordance with CDC best practices.


Currently all parks are remaining open. Parks staff are cleaning all high touch areas on the playground every day. They are cleaning the rest of the playscapes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. People are encouraged to utilize proper hygiene before and after enjoying our parks. 



Update for March 16, 2020

Municipal Court for March 25 and April 1 is canceled. If you have Jury Duty on March 25 please note that is cancelled. If you have a Court Docket for either of those dates it will be postponed and Court Staff will reach out to you. 

The FEMA Mitigation Branch Community Workshop scheduled for Wednesday, March 18, is cancelled. We will work to reschedule it for a later date. 

The City Council meeting for tonight is still scheduled. The Public is encouraged to watch the meeting from home and to submit comments via email to the Council. 

Update as of March 14, 2020

During this time of community crisis the City of Jersey Village encourages everyone to be a good neighbor. Please take a moment to check in on your elderly or shut in neighbors, in a safe way. Please do not hoard products, such as toilet paper or other cleaning and hygiene products. If you are sick or please stay home.

The City Council will meet as scheduled on Monday, the 16th. The public is encouraged to watch the meeting live on our YouTube Channel from the comfort of your home. The public can email their questions and comments to the city council.

Municipal Court dockets that were set for March 25th will be postponed. People are encouraged to pay citations for municipal court online.


Residents are encouraged to utilize online services from the City, such as paying utility bills online, signing up for automatic bank draft for utility bills, and signing up for e-bills for utility billing.


Jersey Village Police, Fire, and EMS Services will continue to operate as normal. Our staff will be taking extra precautions when interacting with people that are showing signs or symptoms of illness.


The Citizens Fire Academy has been cancelled.


Concerts in the Village and Spring Fling events have been cancelled. Please view the City Calendar to stay up to date with cancellations. Cancellations will also be posted on our social media accounts.


Other City staff and operations will continue, but by utilizing contingency plans that have been created to promote the health and safety of our staff and community. These contingency plans include teleworking for those who can fulfill their job responsibilities remotely. People who have business with the city are encouraged to conduct business via phone or email.


Information posted on March 3, 2020

The City of Jersey Village is monitoring the developments surrounding the coronavirus.  We are working with State and Local Officials to ensure prompt and appropriate responses in order to insure the safety and well-being of our residents. 

As of March 3, 2020, there are zero cases of novel coronavirus in Houston or Harris County.  The best sources of information and advice on the coronavirus at this time include the following:

1. The City of Jersey Village website, which will provide information specific to the City of Jersey Village:   

2. The state Health Department's website providing information about Texas' situation and response: 

3. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website:

4. The World Health Organization website: