Following the lead of many other cities throughout Texas, the City of Kyle has implemented restrictions to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
These restrictions are valid from March 18th – April 5th, 2020 and are designed to reduce the size of public gatherings within the city limits.
FAQ on Restrictions
PUBLIC GATHERINGS ARE LIMITED TO 10, WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?
All indoor operations and public gatherings are limited to 10 occupants. This includes employees, vendors and staff. This includes ceremonies, worship services, meetings, service business, bars and dining.
CAN WE CONDUCT BUSINESS OUTDOORS?
Yes. The limitation is for indoor gatherings only. Outdoor business, including outdoor dining, and construction projects can remain in operation. However, outdoor tables should be kept at least 6 feet apart to follow CDC recommendations for safety. Patrons should be encouraged to continue to practice social distancing.
CAN I OPERATE MY BUSINESS OUTDOORS WITHOUT A PERMIT?
Yes. They City of Kyle was waived all permits and restrictions to conduct business in the City’s right of way including sidewalks.
ARE THERE ANY EXEMPTIONS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS?
- Exempted businesses include: Hays CISD facilities, grocery stores, gas stations, retail establishments, and medical facilities (including chiropractic, veterinary, etc).
- Offices may allow up to 10 people per room.
WHAT HAPPENS IF A BUSINESS VIOLATES THE RESTRICTIONS?
Violation of this ordinance is enforceable with a fine up to $1000.