Important Notice Regarding COVID-19: Community Response

Neighbors,
I have spoken with the Hays County Local Health Authority and at this time Hays County is recommending that all communities take steps to discourage gatherings of 50 people or more. In order to protect the health and safety of our community, as well as comply with federal, state, and local guidance regarding coronavirus (COVID-19)
I have directed Goodwin Management to postpone the pool opening and ordered the closure of the following community spaces: the pool, the park, playground, and the pavilion.
I will reassess these closures in mid-April.
Many people are seeking information about what to do during this situation. There is a lot of information out there and commentators on various cable news channels are not reliable sources. I recommend bookmarking the Texas Department of State Health Services and Centers for Disease Control websites and follow their guidance. I found the CDC FAQ page particularly helpful in myth-busting some common misconceptions about the virus, please take a second to review.
With all of the current disruptions to our daily lives, I know this may not be welcome news to some, particularly with schools currently closed for Spring Break. My ongoing priority, as always, is making sure our community is as safe as it can be. We will discuss these issues at our April 7th Board meeting (which we may host by teleconference) and provide new updates in mid-April. If you have any questions or concerns, please visit our website or contact us at mok.board@gmail.com.
Cody DeSalvo, President
Meadows of Kyle Residential Community, Inc.