COVID-19 Update From the Dallas Mayor

OVID-19 Update From the Dallas Mayor

A Message From the John R. Salazar Law Firm:

This is an uncertain moment for the great state of Texas. Our situation changes every day as we receive new updates from the CDC, our president, Governor Abbott and Mayor of Dallas Johnson.

Although no one is sure when our lives will return to normal, you can be sure that our staff continue to work diligently for our clients. According to the mandates of Dallas County to reduce the community spread of Coronavirus, we cannot meet with customers in our downtown office. However, we are working remotely and are available to answer any questions you may have. We are still accepting new cases and answering calls 24/7.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, truck accident or workplace injury, call (214) 972-3802 immediately for a free consultation. You can also complete an online form here.

Thank you for helping us keep our community safe and minimize exposure during this global pandemic.

A Message From the Dallas Mayor's Office:

Dallas Resident Resource Guides

There are a number of resources available to residents and businesses impacted by the emergency regulations that have been put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19. The City of Dallas has created a Resident Resource Guide with information on:

  • Rental assistance
  • Filing for unemployment
  • Connecting displaced workers to jobs
  • Food assistance
  • Help paying utilities (note: most utility disconnections have been halted during this time)
  • Mental health resources
  • Business loan information
  • Other key resources

The guide is available in both English and Spanish:

    Dallas Residents Resource Guide
    COVID-19 Guia de Recursos para Residentes 3 de Abril

Other Helpful Resources

Additionally, attached are updated stay-at-home order FAQs (in English and Spanish) regarding essential businesses and other questions about the current orders in place.

I frequently share COVID-19 updates as they happen on Twitter and Facebook. Earlier today, I held a live COVID-19 Q&A session on Twitter titled “#AskMayorJohnson”. Check out some of the questions and my responses here.

If you have more questions about COVID-19, including what you should do if you believe you might have the virus, check out the City’s web page, or contact me via email or my office at (214) 670-3301. 

I encourage you to share this update.