This report is updated Monday -Friday. There have been a total of FORTY confirmed Cases of COVID-19 in
Meadows Place since March 4th. There are EIGHTEEN Cases currently being monitored in our city. FIFTY-SIX (56) people have DIED from COVID-19 in Fort Bend County. https://www.fbchealth.org is a great source for local COVID-19 information.
You can make a difference in the numbers by the actions you take. Together we can Break the Chain of Transmission. We will continue to post updates here and on our Facebook page. If you haven’t signed up for CodeRED, please do so. Thank You.
Fort Bend County Health and Human services updates information daily after five o’clock on the Community Impact Dashboard Mon.-Fri. Additionally, Fort Bend County Health & Human Services has established a call center for your COVID-19 related questions or concerns. The call center is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. General Public HOTLINE: 281-633-7795
In the spirit of keeping safe and meeting COVID-19 recommendations to limit the transmission of this very scary virus, Meadows Place City Hall will open to the public while following hourly COVID cleaning protocols and COVID fogging/misting of the building every night. Shields have been installed and directional indicators have been laid down to help maintain Social Distancing standards while providing services to the city.
Please, Maintain all COVID-19 preventative measures.
Meadows Place Mayor Charles Jessup and Police Chief Gary Stewart and City Administrator are on conference calls to discuss COVID-19 on a regular basis.
Meadows Place will distribute information via CodeRed, FaceBook and our website-depending on the urgency. If you haven’t signed up for CodeRed, please do. It is simple. Just go to our website and click on CodeRed under Forms & Applications to be taken to the signup page. Thank You.