Moody City Hall closed due to COVID-19 outbreak


MOODY, Texas – The City of Moody announced that City Hall will be closed after two employees tested positive for COVID-19.

The announcment was made on the Moody Police Department’s Facebook page saying:

Moody Police Chief Roger Kennedy said back on Friday he received a call that said employees from the utility department came in contact with family members who tested positive for COVID-19. The city office which houses the utility department, code enforcement , and the city’s municipal court immediately closed.

Staff members who were tested negative are working either in pairs or alone in the office.

“Most of the time what they’re doing they’re doing the self quarantine, they’re rotating the sewer, the water department…Trying to make sure that no workers are working together if possible,” said Kennedy.

Kennedy said all fines are currently suspended until further notice and the city is awaiting employees’ COVID-19 results before re-opening its doors.

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