In the midst of the worry and concern about COVID-19, some really great things are happening! We’re sharing some of those stories here. If you have one to share with us, you can share on social media and tag @garlandtxgov. Use the hashtags #GarlandGoodness, #MYMGarland, and #OnlyinGarland Or email your stories to Saul Garza.
Garland residents throughout the community are sharing positive thoughts and encouragement to their neighbors.
The Roberts Rest Stop in the Orchard Hills neighborhood with a message for medical workers and a reminder that we are all in this together.
Clear Creek Estates
Resident Marcie Adame Mock put these signs supporting essential workers and local businesses. She urges her neighbors to do the same.
Firewheel Farms and Skillman Park Neighborhoods
Residents going for walks in the Firewheel Farms Estates and Skillman Park neighborhood leaving chalk messages and pictures of encouragement on neighborhood sidewalks for others to read as they go for their walks.
Residents in Glenbrook Estates with sidewalk chalk messages for others to read, enjoy and get inspired. They have also tied white ribbons around trees in their front yards.
YOUR neighborhood pictures HERE