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COVID-19 Cases in City Limits of Crowley (Updated 05-14-2021)

Total No. of Cases
Total No. of Active Cases
2,126 (0 new)
27 (6 new)

2,067 (6 new)
32 (0 new)

Tarrant County is reporting the total number of cases in the 76036 ZIP code, and the 76036 ZIP code also includes parts of unincorporated Tarrant County and parts of Johnson County. Because of this, the number of confirmed cases in the city limits that the City reports and the number Tarrant County reports will differ.

From the Office of the Mayor

Jan. 13, 2021

Dear Residents:

The City of Crowley is aware of the possible threat to kidnap children of color within area cities, including Crowley.  The threat is unsubstantiated by law enforcement at this time. However, the City and the Crowley Police Department take any threats seriously, and as always, will be vigilant in protecting ALL of the citizens and visitors of our great city.

Billy P. Davis

Kit Long
Chief of Police

A Letter from Mayor Billy P. DavisMayor 2

May 6, 2020

Dear Residents,

In the last 10 days, Gov. Abbott has slowly lifted restrictions when it comes to the opening of businesses and staying at home. More businesses like hair salons, barbershops, nail salons and tanning salons can open this Friday. Hopefully, these businesses in our city will do so and start to rebuild their clientele.

With the Governor’s three-phase plan in mind, our City administrators have put together a three-phase program. We are currently in Phase 1 where city staff is safely preparing to open City Hall by appointment only and other City buildings like Public Works and the Animal Shelter beginning next week with the implementation of Phase 2. If all goes well, Phase 3 will begin May 18.

During our process, we will continue to follow the direction of Gov. Abbott and adjust our plans if needed.

We have been warned about a possible uptick in COVID-19 cases as the state slowly opens. However, we can still do our part by washing our hands, not congregating in large groups, maintaining social distancing, and wearing face masks when possible. In our city, we’ve had 16 cases with six recoveries and fortunately no deaths. If we remain diligent, hopefully, we can keep our cases down.

Thank you for your patience and persistence in overcoming this pandemic.


April 29, 2020

Dear Residents,

 Local businesses have always been a valuable asset and play an essential role in our community. Since the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, many of our businesses have taken a big hit to their bottom lines and have shuttered their doors and laid off or furloughed employees to remain viable. 

 The Crowley Economic Development Corporation approved the Crowley Cares Economic Grant Relief Program in a joint meeting with the City Council on Monday night. Hopefully, the businesses that qualify for the grant will take advantage of it to help them retain employees and provide other necessities while we weather this storm. Let’s continue to frequent our businesses the best that we can.

 We still don’t know how much longer we will be navigating this pandemic, but we do know we are making progress in getting back to the new normal.

 Thankfully, Governor Abbott announced on Monday his plans to re-open the state in phases beginning Friday. There is still a degree of uncertainty regarding the safety of lifting the stay-at-home order. So, please continue to practice caution with social distancing and follow the guidelines sent down from the state as you venture outside and return to work. (See link for CDC guidelines below).

 Also, our city administrators are currently developing a plan to re-open City Hall, the Library, the Animal Shelter, and other city facilities. Please stay tuned for those announcements.

 Together, we are getting through this.

 Mayor Billy P. Davis


April 14, 2020

 Dear Residents,

As we continue with orders to stay at home as the country and the world attempts to flatten the curve due to the effects of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, we thank you for your patience and – at times - long-suffering as we navigate through unknown territory in fighting this deadly disease.

 We have given sound advice from reputable health agencies as well as our federal, state and county leaders on how to combat COVID-19.  We do this by remaining at home, washing our hands, not touching our faces, social distancing when out, keeping our shopping to a minimum or shopping alone, if possible, and wearing masks and gloves if you feel inclined. 

 In Crowley, our City Offices, Public Works, Animal Shelter, Library, Recreation Center, playgrounds and pavilions are closed to public access.

 Fortunately, and thanks to our residents for adhering to social distancing, the trails and open areas in our parks remain open for you to enjoy the fresh air while jogging, walking, biking or participating in exercise activities. 

 Currently, the State of Texas has the Texas Order allowing authorities to levy fines up to $1,000 or imprisonment for up to 180 days – or both – for those not adhering to these guidelines.

 Here in Crowley, we have chosen to pass along the advice of the experts on what to do and not do through our social media sites, the city website, and other forms of communication, and encourage you to govern yourselves.  We want it to continue that way, but we need to strengthen our resolve. 

 We are deeply concerned for the people who have been furloughed or lost their jobs.  Many are struggling to put food on the table and pay the bills. We know there are many businesses – small and large – that are struggling as well. 

 Together, we will get through this, but it will take a renewed effort and continued diligence, and as boring, frustrating, and disheartening staying at home and social distancing may be, it is a necessity for a while longer.

 If you aren’t following these guidelines, please start. If you are following these guidelines, thank you, and please continue to do so.  If we all make these sacrifices, we will minimize the risks to everyone.

 Let’s show that Crowley does care!

Warmest Regards,

Billy P. Davis, Mayor

Declaration of Local Disaster (Tarrant County)

Declaration of Local Disaster (City of Crowley)

In response to President Donald Trump’s and Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s issuance of public health emergency declarations for the nation and the state, and Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley’s recent signing of a declaration of local disaster due to a public health emergency, Crowley Mayor Billy P. Davis has made a declaration of local disaster for public health emergency today, Thursday, March 19, 2020, for the City of Crowley to minimize the potential impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in our community.

This declaration enables the City of Crowley to become eligible to seek emergency assistance, if needed, in response to impacts of the global outbreak of COVID-19. The City of Crowley is joining other area cities that have issued declarations to help combat the spreading of COVID-19.

To date, there are no reports of Coronavirus in the City of Crowley, and city staff is taking necessary precautions to keep it that way. This declaration of disaster by Mayor Davis will remain in place until further notice.

Tracking COVID-19 
Tarrant County Coronavirus Hotline: 817-248-6299
Texas Health Resources Coronavirus Hotline: 682-236-7601
No doctor? Call 877-THR-WELL (877-847-9355)

What you can do
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
  • Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
Utility Billing
  1. Credit Card -  Online at Utility Billing 
  2. Bank Draft - Call Utility Customer Service (817) 297-2201 ext. 1010 or 1020 or Email: request for setup
  3. Credit Card by Phone by calling (855) 584-1277: This automated service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You will need your utility account number and the amount you would like to pay. 
  4. Mail 
    City of Crowley
    Utility Customer Service
    201 E Main St.
    Crowley, TX 76036
  5. Drive-Up Dropbox - There is a dropbox on the west side of City Hall underneath the American flagpole by Hampton St. Cash is not accepted. Checks or money order only
  6. Financial Institution: Contact your bank for procedures. Typically takes 5-7 business days to set up. 

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 1010 or 1020

Municipal Court

If you have questions/concerns please call our court staff:     

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 1230 or 1290
Email: or

Online Payments: Municipal Court

City Secretary

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 4000



Permit applications and payments may be submitted via email at or dropped off in the night drop for water bills (located outside of City Hall). If you are paying by credit card, you will need to use a credit card authorization form (available here).


New Construction: Your inspector will coordinate with the contractor to ensure that no one is on site or within the building during the duration of the inspection.
Existing Structures: Your inspector will coordinate with the contractor to verify the work performed and determine if the inspection may be postponed or is an emergency. All postponed inspections may begin to be rescheduled on April 6, 2020, depending on additional closures. If the inspection is to restore essential services to the residence or business there will be coordination from the contractor and the occupant to ensure the safety of the inspector. These inspections will be performed in a timely manner. At this time, all water heater and HVAC inspections on existing structures will be postponed (permits will still be issued during this time).”

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 3000

Economic Development

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 4300

Community Development/Planning

The City Council has voted to cancel all board and commission meetings through April 15 and will be deciding on April 16 whether to resume board and commission meetings. Until we have a date available for scheduling development cases, we have suspended accepting applications; no development applications will be accepted until at least April 17. However, during this time, staff will be available for pre-application meetings by phone so that your project can move forward quickly as soon as boards resume meeting. Applications that have already been received are still moving forward through the review and approval process as required by state law.

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 3030

Human Resources         

Phone: 817-297-2201 ext. 4200

Support Area Businesses
Follow the Crowley Area Chamber of Commerce Facebook pages for an updated list of businesses for curbside, delivery or drive-thru.

Crowley Area Chamber of Commerce (FB)

Crowley ISD

Free Internet Availability

Online Support

Food & Financial Assistance for Bills

Helpful Phone Numbers & Websites
Dial: 211 or 817-258-8100
Crowley House of Hope: 817-297-6400
Tarrant County Department of Human Services: 817-531-5620 (Tarrant County Only)
Enviromental Protection Agency (info on water, wastewater)

Help for Small Businesses
Facebook Small Business Grants Program

Be Aware of Scams

Office of the Attorney General (file complaint online)
Common Scams
Tarrant County District Attorney (YouTube)                                                                                                                                            Office of the Attorney General: 800-621-0508 (complaint line)

City Event Postponements/Cancellations