The City of Cleburne has several expanded openings planned as the State has reached a new phase of the Open Texas plan.
Gov. Greg Abbott recently announced the latest round of openings as Texas works through the COVID-19 pandemic. With restrictions lessening, several City facilities are expanding their capacity and operations.
City staff continues to monitor regulations and plan potential opportunities to expand operations and capacity for the community in the future with community health and safety in mind. We encourage community members to continue practicing proper hand hygiene, social distancing, and staying home if you or a family member feels sick.
Carver Park Spray Pad
June 5 – Spray Pad opens
Cleburne Golf Links
June 5 – Flag sticks, bunker rakes, ball wash system reinstalled
June 8 – Grille will open for dine-in guests at 50% occupancy
June 15 – Grille will expand occupancy to 75% capacity
Lake Pat Cleburne
June 5 – Swimming area opens
June 12 – Volleyball courts open
Booker T. Washington Recreation Center
June 5 – Gym/Courts reopen with 20 people occupancy rate
June 8 – Occupancy increased to 50%
Cleburne Sports Complex
June 15 – Games, camps, and tournaments may take place
June 15 – Games may take place
June 8 – Expands occupancy from 25% to 50%
Layland and Railroad museums
June 8 – Occupancy expands to 50%
Cleburne Conference Center