News Flash


Posted on: March 16, 2020

On Monday, March 16, Mayor Sean Terry signed a declaration of local disaster for a public health em

Facebook Post - Update

Celina Joins Collin County & Local Cities in Public Health Emergency Declaration

According to the Celina Office of Emergency Management: A Public Health Emergency Declaration allows the City of Celina to prepare by setting up shelters, expanding operations, in the event that it’s necessary, and do a broader assessment of the City’s capacity to respond in the event that there is an outbreak.

An emergency declaration can help a government get reimbursed for the money it spent on preparedness from the state and federal government. They are usually adopted in cases of natural disasters, such as: wild fires, hurricanes, earthquakes or other major weather events. There are no presumptive cases at this time, but the City is being proactive in taking precautionary measures to protect its citizens and staff. We have created a webpage to keep you updated and will be providing you with current information an all things Corona Virus (Covid-19).
Facebook Twitter Email

Other News in Home