City Announces Office Closures in Response to COVID-19

SEGUIN, Texas – With the announcement on Friday, March 20 of Guadalupe County's first confirmed case of COVID-19, city officials have announced the closures of many city departments to the public in an effort to ensure the health and safety of citizens and staff. Several City offices will close to the public beginning March 23, 2020 and will remain closed until further notice.

The situation with Coronavirus is very fluid. Therefore, an informational page has been set up on the City’s website and is being updated as things change and new information becomes available. For the latest information on changes to City departments, closures, event cancellations and more, please visit

Residents are encouraged to check this webpage for the most up-to-date information available, and to also monitor the City’s Facebook page and other social media channels.

The City of Seguin, in partnership with the Guadalupe County Office of Emergency Management, is communicating closely with the Texas Department of State Health Services Region 8, the Seguin and Guadalupe County medical community, and other partners on a daily basis to monitor and stay up-to-date on this evolving public health emergency.

The City is adhering to the CDC’s recommendation that for the next 8 weeks (through May 10) organizers (whether groups or individuals) cancel or postpone gatherings or events that consist of 10 people or more.

The City is also following the rules set forth in the Local Disaster declaration that was signed by Mayor Don Keil on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, as well as the declaration signed by Texas Governor Greg Abbott to close bars and dining rooms of restaurants. The declarations can be viewed by visiting