Bexar County Judge Wolff’s Executive Order for Bexar County
On Tues, March 9, County Judge Nelson Wolff issued Executive Order NW-20, effective as of March 10 and continuing until 14 days following the termination of the state-wide public health emergency as declared by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
This Executive Order includes a section that requires all commercial entities to implement and post a Health and Safety Policy in a conspicuous location to provide clear notice to all employees, customers, and visitors of any health and safety requirements implemented by the commercial entity, including any policy on wearing a face mask.
Printable signs and communication tools are available at
Texas Health and Human Services
The Bexar County Executive Orders are subject to change and extension based on the status of COVID-19 in Texas and the recommendations of the CDC.
All are encouraged to read the Executive Order in its entirety through the link below.
We encourage you to still take social distancing measures when visiting the parks.
-Self-screen before going to a park.
-Maintain at least 6 feet separation from others not within the individual’s group at the park. The individual’s group may not exceed the greater of the individual’s household or up to 5 individuals who go to the park together.
-Consistent with the actions taken by many individuals across the state, it is not mandated but consider wearing cloth face coverings (over the nose and mouth) at a park where other groups are gathering.
Information regarding City operations, meetings, and closures are subject to change. Changes will be updated on the website and on Facebook as they occur.