- COVID-19 Updates
Case Counts, Local Updates & Closures
Current COVID-19 Case Counts
As of August 11, there are 500,620 confirmed cases and 8,710 deaths due to COVID-19 in Texas.1
You can see the case counts per county by visiting Texas DSHS Map - COVID cases
As of August 11, San Patricio County has recorded 1005 positive cases of COVID-19 and 26 deaths.2
802 of the 1005 patients have recovered.
***The City of Portland does not conduct registration, appointments, testing or test analysis.***
As of August 11, Nueces County has recorded 15,731 positive cases of COVID-19 and 249 deaths due to COVID-19.3
As of August 11, there are 5,064,171 cases and 162,407 deaths due to COVID-19 in the United States.4
It is important to understand that COVID-19 does not always result in death. Over 12.3 million people worldwide have
recovered from COVID-19 according to Johns Hopkins Medicine.5
NOTE: The case counts and information are updated as the information becomes available.
If you plan to host an outdoor gathering with more than 10 people in attendance, please review Gov. Abbott’s Proclamation that amends Executive Order GA-28.
The amended information requires anyone who plans to host an outdoor gathering with more than 10 people in attendance must receive approval from the mayor if the event is within the city limits or from the county judge if the event is in an unincorporated area. If you plan to host an outdoor gathering with 10 or more people within the Portland city limits, please fill out the Event Request Form. Please note: Outdoor youth and adult sporting events are exempt from this mandate.
San Patricio County Judge David Krebs signed Executive Order DK-04 on Friday June 26. This new Executive Order went into effect on Wednesday, July 1. To see this Executive Order in full click here: San Patricio County Executive Order DK-04
Many City-owned facilities have reopened and in-person services have resumed. The City is not moving to Phase 2 of reopening due to the increase in COVID-19 cases. You can see the details for each facility that has reopened on our Reopening page: portlandtx.com/Reopen
Portland City Hall is closed until further notice. We have all the forms, payment options, and contact information for Utility Billing, Municipal Court, and Permit offices on our Online Services page: portlandtx.com/OnlineForms
Closed City Facilities
- Portland City Hall
- Portland Senior Center
- Bell/Whittington Public Library building
Stay Informed. Avoid Infection. Slow the Spread.
Learning the hazards and prevention methods for COVID-19 can help protect yourself, loved ones, and friends.
Texas Department of Human and Health Services - Texas Case Count as of August 11, 2020
San Patricio County Emergency Management - San Patricio County case count as of August 11, 2020
Nueces County Public Health District and the City of Corpus Christi - Nueces County case count as of August 11, 2020
Center for Disease Control and Prevention - US Cases as of August 11, 2020
"As of August 11, 2020, 737,022 deaths have been attributed to COVID-19. However, 12,350,879 people have recovered from the
Executive Orders & Emergency Declarations
City Declaration & ClosuresLink to page
Online Forms for Billing & Municipal Court
Due to COVID-19, Portland City Hall and Public Works lobbies are closed to the public until further notice. Staff are still working and operations will continue throughout the closure. Find the information, forms, and contact information you need for utilities & municipal court on this page.Link to page
Exposure & Prevention
How the virus is spread, how people become infected, and methods to prevent infection.Link to page
Symptoms & Illness
Descriptions of symptoms of COVID-19. Information on the illness and what to expect if you contract COVID-19.Link to page
Business Resources & Information
Local health authority contact information. Credible websites with up-to-date information.Link to page
Personal Resources & Information
List of resources and information regarding health, safety, housing, etc. for residentsLink to page
Resources for Reopening Safely
Information and guidance from the CDC, DSHS, and other entities on how to reopen safely to avoid spread of COVID-19Link to page
Area COVID-19 Cases
Tables showing the known, confirmed cases counts of COVID-19 in Portland, San Patricio and Nueces CountyLink to page