Here are a collection of frequently-asked-questions regarding the City of Cleburne’s response to and local information regarding the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.

If you don’t see your question here, call the City of Cleburne local information line at 817-357-4456 or email [email protected].

What has the City of Cleburne done in response to COVID-19?

The City of Cleburne has taken a proactive and measured response to protect the health and wellbeing of the community.

Starting with a disaster declaration on March 13, 2020, the Mayor and City Council have taken steps to establish regulations as the virus has continued its spread across the country. For a complete Cleburne timeline visit

City leadership continues to communicate with partners and authorities to navigate this fluid situation. That includes regular communications with local hospitals, Texas Department of State Health Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), neighboring municipalities, Cleburne Independent School District, Johnson County, and the State of Texas.

What have you done to make it easier to find essentials at grocery stores?

City leadership continues to work closely with our local grocers.

While many grocery stores have begun placing purchasing limits on essential items, starting March 24, the city is requiring stores to limit toilet paper purchases to 12 rolls or one package, whoever is greater, per person, per purchase.

What should I do if I am experiencing COVID-19 symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath, and fever?

Contact your health care provider.

What about the schools?

Governor Greg Abbott issued an order closing schools until April 3. Afterward, we encourage community members to follow official school communications for the latest information.

What businesses are offering take out/delivery?

The Cleburne Convention & Visitors Bureau has created a list of local restaurants that offer take-out and/or delivery.

You can view the list here

What city facilities are still open?

For a regularly updated list of city facilities and programs that are closed to the public please visit