Parker County Updates


Parker County put out a press release on the Emergency Notification system that they are utilizing Hyper-Reach. You can read the full release and learn more details by clicking here.  

You can check out the pamphlet with more details and information on how to sign up here.

Puede consultar el folleto con información sobre el sistema de notificación de emergencias del condado de Parker con más detalles e información sobre cómo registrarse aquí.


In a letter from Texas Health and Human Services we received notice that effective February 16, 2021 Parker County is back up to 75% capacity. You can view the whole letter by clicking here. 


On January 19th it was announced that State Representative Phil King had worked to establish Weatherford/Parker County as a rural vaccine hub. 

Check out the Parker County Hospital District's website to learn more, sign up for appointments and view the PCHD FAQ on the COVID 19 Vaccine


 View the Parker County Judge Declaration of Local Disaster on the Parker County Website here. The Declaration was signed by Pat Deen, Parker County Judge on March 20, 2020, taking effect at 12:00 pm on March 23, 2020. Parker County Judge Pat Deen and the Commissioners County issued the First Amendment to the Parker County Declaration of Local Disaster on March 23, 2020, with an effective date of Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 at 6 pm. 

Follow the Parker County Facebook page (@ParkerCountyJudge) for pressing updates, Declarations, and amendments to Declarations. More information and updates can also be found on the Parker County website here.

County Judge Pat Deen signed an order for all Parker County physicians, public, private and commercials labs and medical facilities to report the number of COVID-19 tests being conducted, signed on April 9, 2020. Click here to read the Amended Order.

Parker County’s first confirmed COVID-19 patient was on March 22nd. The County’s second confirmed case was announced on March 25th. The third and fourth confirmed cases were announced late on March 27th. The first recovered case was announced on March 31st at 5:30 pm. On April 3rd, the total number of cases was at 3 active and two recovered. On Saturday April 4th we had one new positive case added to our county county, bringing the total to 6 cases. Updated cases count were released at 5:04 pm on April 6th. Zero new cases were added, and two new recovered cases were added. Bringing our total county count to 4 recovered with 2 active cases. Moving forward after April 6th, please reference the image below for testing totals for Parker County.Follow the Parker County Facebook page (@ParkerCountyJudge) for daily total numbers and updates. Parker County also complied this list of resources for topics like medical supplies, clothing, senior citizen assistance, and mobile pantries. This list shows some of the food resources available in Parker County to those in need.

For updated Parker County case counts please see either:

The Parker County Website OR
The Parker County Facebook page. 

Parker County Judge Pat Deen announced the formation of a Parker County COVID-19 task force. To learn more click here.


COVID-19 update featuring Parker County Emergency Manager Sean Hughes

Produced by the Weatherford Democrat