Richardson has announced the cancelation, postponement, and/or modifications to several municipal events in order to help limit the spread of COVID-19. The impacts are currently planned for programs, projects and services previously scheduled to take place through Thursday, April 30.

Municipal ImpactsThe City of Richardson has modified, delayed, or cancelled the following through April 30, 2020:

  • All Richardson Civic Center events are cancelled
    (***City Hall remains open***)
    411 W. Arapaho Rd., Richardson, TX
  • All Eisemann Center events are cancelled
    (***Eisemann customer service/gallery areas remain open***)
    2351 Performance Dr., Richardson, TX
  • All Richardson Library programs are cancelled
    (***Library facility remains open***)
    900 Civic Center Dr., Richardson, TX
  • Richardson Municipal Court jury trials postponed
    (***Court facility, courtroom hearings and bench trials, customer service area remain open***)
    2100 E. Campbell Rd., Richardson, TX
  • All parks and recreation programs are cancelled
    (***Facilities remain open, leagues are cancelled***)
  • All Senior Center programs are cancelled
    (***Senior bus transit offering essential travel only***)
    820 W. Arapaho Rd.
  • Special events cancelled:
    Trash Bash (April 11, 2020)
    Richardson Realtors Workshop (April 2, 2020)
    Richardson Neighborhood Leadership Workshop (April 21, 2020)

* Patrons with questions on specific programs at the above-mentioned facilities are encouraged to make contact to inquire about impacts.

 The following are basic infection prevention measures the City is following:

  • Increased cleaning schedule and sanitation efforts at all City facilities,
  • Promoting hand washing and good hygiene in City facilities, restrooms, and counters,
  • Instituted measures to reduce the social contact and minimize the possibility of exposure,
  • Cancelling or postponing all large, non-essential events, modifying library and parks and recreation programming, and cancelling events typically attended by those 60+ per the CDC recommendations and Dallas County Health Department,
  • Evaluating non-essential meetings for postponement,
  • Reviewing our Emergency Management Plan to assess and identify current and future needs,
  • Holding daily meetings and planning calls to provide updates and share best practices and concerns moving forward.