COVID-19 Related News Updates

August 10, 2020

August 10th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 207 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 62 cases active, 144 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

August 7, 2020

August 7th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 203 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 59 cases active, 143 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

August 6, 2020

August 6th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 201 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 59 cases active, 141 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

August 4, 2020

August 4th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 188 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 52 cases active, 135 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

August 3, 2020

August 3rd, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 184 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 57 cases active, 126 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 31, 2020

July 31st, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 176 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 57 cases active, 118 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 30, 2020

July 30th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 175 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 57 cases active, 117 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 29, 2020

July 29th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 170 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 61 cases active, 108 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 28, 2020

July 28th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 167 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 63 cases active, 103 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 27, 2020

July 27th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 161 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 62 cases active, 98 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 24, 2020

July 24th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 153 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 55 cases active, 97 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 23, 2020

July 23rd, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 151 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 57 cases active, 93 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 22, 2020

July 22nd, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 146 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 54 cases active, 91 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 21, 2020

July 21st, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 141 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 49 cases active, 91 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 20, 2020

July 20th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 133 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 44 cases active, 88 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 17, 2020

July 17th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 129 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 40 cases active, 88 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 16, 2020

July 16th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 122 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 36 cases active, 85 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 15, 2020

July 15th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 119 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 33 cases active, 85 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 14, 2020

July 14th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 115 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 33 cases active, 81 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 13, 2020

July 13th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 109 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 30 cases active, 78 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 9, 2020

July 9th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 106 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 36 cases active, 69 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 8, 2020

July 8th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 103 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 33 cases active, 69 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 7, 2020

July 7th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 102 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 32 cases active, 69 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

July 2, 2020

July 2, 2020, due to the recent increase in positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, Governor Greg Abbott has issued an executive order that addresses the use of masks and other guidelines.

For more information and details about GA-29 please visit,https://open.texas.gov/uploads/files/organization/opentexas/EO-GA-29-use-of-face-coverings-during-COVID-19-IMAGE-07-02-2020.pdf

July 1, 2020

July 1st, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 89 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 27 cases active, 61 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

June 30, 2020

June 30th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 82 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 22 cases active, 59 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.


June 29, 2020

June 29th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 79 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 30 cases active, 48 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

June 26, 2020

June 26, 2020, due to the recent increase in positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, Governor Greg Abbott has issued an executive order that requires bars and similar establishments that receive 51% of their gross receipts from alcohol sales to close at 12 p.m. Friday.  The measure also requires restaurants to reduce occupancy for dine-in to 50% on Monday. 

The governor’s office reminded residents to wear their masks and to practice social distancing in efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19.

For more information and details:

Executive Order GA 28 - https://gov.texas.gov/uploads/files/press/EO-GA-28_targeted_response_to_reopening_COVID-19.pdf
Office of the Texas Governor: Press Release - https://gov.texas.gov/news/post/governor-abbott-takes-executive-action-to-contain-spread-of-covid-19

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

June 24, 2020

June 24th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 75 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 27 cases active, 47 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

June 23, 2020

June 23rd, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 72 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 24 cases active, 47 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

June 22, 2020

June 22nd, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 68 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 20 cases active, 47 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

June 17, 2020

June 17th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 63 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 15 cases active, 47 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.


June 15, 2020

June 15th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 61 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 23 cases active, 37 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

June 11, 2020

June 11th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 59 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 22 cases active, 36 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

June 9, 2020

June 9th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 58 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 22 cases active, 35 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

June 6, 2020

June 6th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 58 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 23 cases active, 34 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

June 5, 2020

June 5, the City of Canyon was informed that effective immediately, Amarillo Public Health has updated its coronavirus (COVID-19) Level to ORANGE. This means there is a Sustained Plateau or limited transmission in active cases of COVID-19 in Amarillo and the surrounding area.

level orange

orange

For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.


June 4, 2020

June 4th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 56 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 22 cases active, 33 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.


June 3, 2020

June 3rd, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 53 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 19 cases active, 33 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.


June 2, 2020

June 2nd, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 52 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 19 cases active, 32 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.


June 1, 2020

June 1st, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 50 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 19 cases active, 30 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

May 30, 2020

May 30th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 49 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 33 cases active, 15 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

May 28, 2020

May 28th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 47 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 35 cases active, 11 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

May 26, 2020

Update from Amarillo Public Health at 12:20 pm today - 47 total cases, 10 recovered, 36 active, 1 death.

May 26th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 45 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 34 cases active, 10 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

May 22, 2020

May 22nd, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 45 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 36 cases active, 8 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

May 21, 2020

May 21st, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 44 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 35 cases active, 8 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.


May 19, 2020

May 19th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 40 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 33 cases active, 6 recovered, and 1 death.  These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

City of Canyon Facility Re-opening planned dates:

Palo Duro Creek Golf Course - Phone# (806) 655.1106 - Currently open with carts and certain restrictions.
Canyon Area Library - Phone# (806) 655.5015 - Currently open and operating under limited hours and restrictions.   City Hall - Phone# (806) 655.5003 - Open to the Public on: Monday, June 1st.
The Business Office will remain closed on June 1st due to construction/remodel work.
Municipal Court - Phone# (806) 655.5023 - Open to the Public for Dockets since Monday, May 4th.
Temporarily will be Operating out of the Cole Community Center in order to maintain social distancing.
City Park Playgrounds - Phone# (806)655.5020 - Open on: Friday, May 22nd.
As the City has separate facilities from CISD, CISD can only open things at the discretion of UIL.
Cole Community Center - Phone# (806) 655.5000 ext. 224 - Open on: Wednesday, June 17th.
Reservations with Conditions and Restrictions: Limited reservations to allow for sanitation between bookings.
Pavilion Rentals - Phone# (806) 655.5020 - Open on: Wednesday, June 17th . Conditions: Follow CDC guidelines.
Special Event Permits - Suspended until further notice. Excludes Essential Events (like Farmers Markets).
Youth Sports Leagues - Decision and plan to be made on June 1st, City will follow Governor’s Open Date. Certain restrictions for game attendees will be in place. All conditions and restrictions will be made in conjunction with the leagues and the City.
Public Meetings and Open Meetings Act - In person officially (including public): Monday, June 1st.

(TENTATIVE PLANS) Canyon Aquatic Park (CAP): - Earliest Possible Open Date, if allowed by Texas Governor (as of today’s date, it is currently not allowed to open): Monday, June 15th.
Occupancy Level: 200 people
Online Reservations ONLY
Open 2 times a day for 3 ½ hours a piece with a 1-hour cleaning/sterilization between openings.
Chairs and Loungers distanced at 6 feet a part


May 12, 2020

May 12th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 23 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 18 cases active, 4 recovered, and 1 death. 6 are in the hospital, 5 in relation to assisted living/nursing homes. It was earlier reported there has been 6 recoveries, but that number has been corrected to 4 recoveries. These numbers are for all of those in the Canyon zip code (79015) and not just Canyon proper. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases. Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions.

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

May 9, 2020

May 9th, the City of Canyon was informed of 4 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in local nursing home/long-term care facilities. All 4 cases are currently in the hospital and not currently at the facility. Due to sensitive information, the City of Canyon is not authorized to release any information pertaining to facility or patient details. If you have a loved one in any Canyon facility and have questions, please contact the facility directly.

Be sure to continue to Social Distance and take appropriate precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

We will update the total case numbers for Canyon as soon as we receive that information from Amarillo Public Health. 

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

May 7, 2020

May 7th, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 17 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 11 cases active and 6 recovered. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases.  Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions 

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

May 6, 2020

May 5, 2020, Governor Greg Abbott issued an Executive Order expanding opening of certain businesses and activities, including hair salons, nail salons, and tanning salons on Friday, May 8, 2020.  Gyms and exercise facilities may open on Monday, May 18, 2020.  All with restrictions.  Please see the full order for complete details:
https://gov.texas.gov/news/post/governor-abbott-issues-executive-order-to-expand-openings-of-certain-businesses-and-activities 

May 1, 2020

May 1st, the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there has been a total of 14 confirmed positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon with 10 cases active and 4 recovered. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases.  Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions 

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.

April 28, 2020

April 27, 2020, Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order No. GA-18.  This order regards phase one of the reopening of Texas.  The Governor has also provided guidelines "Texans Helping Texas, the Governor’s Report to Open Texas".  See the Governor’s website for more information, the order and guidelines are available for download.

Executive Order No. GA-18
Texans HelpingTexas, the Governor’s Report to Open Texas

April 23, 2020

Pursuant to his powers as Governor of the State of Texas, Greg Abbott has issued the following:

Executive Order No. GA-16 relating to the safe, strategic reopening of select services as the first step to Open Texas in response to the COVID-19 disaster.  Please see the attached documentation for guidance and information to the reopening of Texas.   Governor Abbott will be holding a press conference on Monday, April 27, 2020 with more information on reopening businesses in Texas.  

April 20, 2020

April 20th the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there is 1 more confirmed positive case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon. Our current case total for Canyon is 7. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases.  Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions 

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.  This includes the Shelter in Place order that will remain in effect through April 30.

April 18, 2020

April 18th the City of Canyon was informed by Amarillo Area Public Health that there is 1 more confirmed positive case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon. Our current case total for Canyon is 6. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases.  Amarillo Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions 

For daily COVID-19 Report Card updates, please go to https://amarilloalerts.com.

The City of Canyon is following the Orders as put in place by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.  This includes the Shelter in Place order that will remain in effect through April 30.

APRIL 10, 2020

Amarillo Area Public Health has confirmed 5 positive cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon. Our current case total for Canyon is 5. Due to sensitive information the City of Canyon is not provided with details on any cases.  Amarillo Area Public Health professionals with extensive training conduct contact investigations. Once the investigation is complete, individuals who spent time with an infected individual are contacted. For more questions and answers, visit 

https://amarilloalerts.com/frequently-asked-questions 

MARCH 31, 2020

Tuesday, March 31, 2020.  The Amarillo Public Health has confirmed 1 positive case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Canyon.  Due to the sensitive information we are not able to share details regarding this case.  We will update if any information becomes available.

MARCH 30, 2020

Monday, March 30, 2020, Canyon Mayor Gary Hinders will host a Facebook Live at 3:00 pm today giving details of Canyon’s response to COVID-19 Status Level Red, which is aligned with the City of Amarillo and new Amarillo Public Health guidance.

Unfortunately we will not have an interpreter for the deaf, but Facebook does provide Closed Captioning.

Effective immediately, Amarillo Public Health has updated its coronavirus (COVID-19) Level to RED. This is the highest alert level, indicating there are widespread confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Amarillo and the surrounding area.

In addition, In line with the Declaration issued by  Texas Governor Greg Abbot, Canyon Mayor is issuing stay at home guidelines, that will go into effect tonight, (March 30) at 11:59 pm and will be in place at least through Monday, April 30, 2020. We ask that residents stay at home except for outings essential to their own health, safety, and welfare and that of their family members

Under these guidelines, all businesses, except those essential to public health, safety, and well-being, are closed. For a full list of essential businesses, see the attachments below. 

*PLEASE NOTE* Grocery stores will remain open! There is no need to rush to the store and stock up!

You can view the related documents here:
First Amended COVID-19 Declaration of Disaster 3-30-2020
Amarillo Area Public Health District Health Order
Guidelines for COVID-19 Level RED Activities and Business
Low Risk Business Definition 03-30-2020

MARCH 24, 2020

The City of Amarillo Department of Public Health received confirmation today (Tuesday, March 24) of the first death in the Amarillo-area attributed to COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Due to this individual case occurring outside the jurisdiction of the Amarillo Public Health Department, requests for additional information should be directed to the Texas Department of State Health Services.
The City of Canyon would like to reiterate that the decisions we make now regarding social distancing and following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines will directly impact how quickly our region recovers from this virus.
CDC guidelines and fact-based information regarding COVID-19 can be found at www.coronavirus.gov.
The Amarillo-area Coronavirus Status Alert Level remains at Level Orange. For more information on Alert levels, please visit www.amarillopublichealth.org.