The message below was just sent out from the Galveston Park Board regarding the orders for Galveston. While we have been trying to keep all owners up-to-date, things seem to be changing daily. Currently, no short-term rentals (including hotels and RVs are allowed in Galveston under 30 days and the beaches remain closed. Today, the City announced these guidelines will stay in place until April 30. While we thought we would open the pool back up, we decided it will remain closed during this time. We have checked with other condo associations and their pools are closed as well.
We are all in this together. No one wants the restrictions. The beach is closed so not to spread the virus, and so is the pool. Wherever people gather gives an opportunity for the virus to spread. We feel it is in the best interest of our owners’ and staff’s health and safety, and look forward to the time we can all enjoy our pool and beach in the, hopefully, near future.
— Seascape HOA Board Of Directors
Dear Lodging Partners:
We are touching base with you to relat the latest information we have regarding the lodging industry in Galveston. During today’s City Council meeting, all orders currently in place have been extended until April 30. This coincides with the orders issued by the governor. City Council will be meeting weekly to address the ever-changing conditions.
Attached (linked below) is the press release issued by the city and a copy of today’s order. Stay safe.
From the City of Galveston:
The City of Galveston continues to provide all essential city services, including trash collection, permitting, public safety and others. For more information about city services, visit https://www.galvestontx.gov/coronavirus or the department’s webpage.
For questions about these orders or the COVID-19 response, contact the City of Galveston’s Public Information Office at email@example.com.
A PDF copy of the above HOA board statement is available here.