The City of Lucas executed a declaration of local disaster for public health emergency on March 19, 2020. The declaration was amended on March 26, 2020 and on May 5, 2020. The parks and playground equipment are open, but the Community Center is closed. Lucas City Hall is open to serve the public, but face coverings are required to enter City Hall. It is the goal of the City to establish safe standards for employees and customers based on available data and in compliance with Governor Abbott’s Report on Opening Texas dated April 27, 2020. Customers are encouraged to continue to conduct business by telephone, mail and online.
The Lucas Fire-Rescue Department is closed at this time. Safety is a priority for staff and our customers during this time, and we appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
CASES OF COVID-19:
To get the most update to date information regarding cases of COVID-19 in Collin County, click on the following link:
LUCAS DECLARATION OF PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY, INCLUDING CITY-WIDE RESTRICTIONS:
Click on the link below to learn more about how non-profit organizations in our community can take part in the Collin CARES $50 million emergency housing program and to fill out the application for housing application.
Collin County CARES Act Food Pantry Funding
If you are a non-profit providing food or meals to Collin County residents during this time period (March 1- until now), please review the criteria below and make a submission to Bill Bilyea, Collin County Administrator at [email protected]
Collin County Emergency Housing and Living Assistance Program
Collin CARES Housing Application: https://www.collincountytx.gov/cares/Pages/default.aspx
Please click on the link below to find available testing for all Collin County residents that are currently uninsured. An application form will need to be filled out.
Collin County COVID-19 Testing for the Uninsured