The City of McKinney is monitoring the impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We keep this page updated to provide information as it becomes available. Below is key information on COVID-19 as well as some measures that can be taken to decrease and prevent the spread of this virus based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) guidance.
|Vaccine Plan and Distribution|
The City of McKinney partnered with Collin County to use their COVID-19 vaccine waitlist for residents of McKinney. The county will provide the city information for residents on the waitlist when vaccines become available and appointments can be scheduled.
- Sign-up for the Collin County vaccine waitlist.
- Subscribe to the COVID-19 Daily Report to receive information related case numbers and the vaccine.
We are working with Collin County Health Care Services, Baylor Scott & White Medical Center and Medical City McKinney, McKinney ISD, and Collin College to maximize distribution as vaccines become more widely available.
The McKinney location is one of four Collin County vaccination centers planned, all of which are expected to be operational by Jan 25. Each hub will work from the master Collin County waitlist. The goal is to administer between 10,000 and 15,000 vaccines a day collectively.
For more information, please contact your healthcare provider or visit the links below for more information.
- Vaccine immunization phases and distribution | DSHS COVID-19 Vaccine information page
- News Releases and subscribe to receive vaccine phase and distribution updates | DSHS News Releases page
- McKinney-specific cases | McKinney COVID-19 Tracking Dashboard*
- State of Texas and County cases | DSHS Dashboard
- United States cases | Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- International cases | Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering
*The McKinney Dashboard draws its information from the DSHS website.
- City of McKinney
- Hours: M - F, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Hotline: 972-547-9000
- Email: COVID19@mckinneytexas.org
- DSHS Call Center
- Hours: M - F. 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Phone: 877-570-9779 or 211
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Office of the Texas Governor, Greg Abbott|
- Governor Abbott's Executive Orders
- Open Texas Checklists
- Coronavirus Executive Orders and Waivers
|Online City Services|
Make Payments, Request Service and Submit Applications
In an effort to reduce the transmission of COVID-19, the City of McKinney encourages its customers to use our online resources to continue to conduct business with the city.
- Alarm permit - Sign up or renew your alarm system.
- Ambulance bill - Pay your ambulance bill.
- Citizen Self Service - Submit permit applications and development plans, make payments, and view inspections.
- Municipal Court - Pay citations, court fees and fines.
- Water billing - Pay your water bill and service requests to stop or start service.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Texas Animal Health Commission
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