BALCONES HEIGHTS CONTINUES STAY HOME WORK SAFE MEASURES
City Council approved a Declaration of Local State of Disaster to more closely align the City’s efforts with the revised Executive Order issued yesterday by Bexar County Judge Nelson W. Wolff. Declaration here. Mayor Suzanne de Leon and Council voted to update mandates in line with San Antonio and Bexar County's order requiring that all people 10 years or older to wear a cloth face covering over their nose and mouth when in public and for employers operating an exempted business must provide face covering. Businesses reopened at 25% total listed occupancy.
- Continues existing Stay Home Work Safe Measures
- All public or private gatherings outside single household or family unit prohibited unless exempted.
- All businesses other than those designated as Essential or Reopened Services must remain closed.
- Face coverings for all 10 years or older required in certain circumstances unless exempted (NOT SUBJECT TO CIVIL OR CRIMINAL PENALTY AS PER Governor Abbott)
- Essential and Reopened Services Defined
- Essential Services same as previously defined as per Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce per Homeland Security
- Reopened Services
- Retail services provided through pickup, delivery, mail
- In store retail operated at up to 25% capacity
- Dine in restaurant operated at up to 25% capacity
- Movie theaters operated at up to 25 % capacity
- Shopping malls operated at up to 25% capacity
- Museums and libraries up to 25% capacity
- No interactive functions
- Child play areas
- Services provided by single person working alone in office
- Health Protocols for Essential and Reopened Services
- Eviction Proceedings suspended
- Foreclosure Proceedings suspended
- Outdoor activity ok subject to limitations
- Long-Term Care Facilities
- No visits
- No individual providing services to more than one facility
- Provisions related to County Services, Entrances, County Jail
- Price Gouging Prohibited
- Caution about obtaining Antibody testing
Businesses have the right to refuse service and ask customers without a face covering to leave the business.