SAN ANTONIO, Texas - The City of Austin’s website will be offline from 4 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Sunday, March 7 for routine maintenance to ensure the continuity of services for residents of Austin long-term, says the city.
The city says that while the website is down, COVID-19 test scheduling and online assessments will be offline, so those booking a test should do it before or after the maintenance window.
COVID-19 dashboard information will also be unavailable, but can be accessed through the following links:
- COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard desktop version, mobile version
- Key Indicators for Staging Dashboard desktop version, mobile version
- Long-Term Care Facility Dashboard desktop version, mobile version
- Weekly Testing Rates Dashboard desktop version, mobile version
Austinites can also check the Austin Public Health Twitter account for updates on COVID-19.
The city says that while Austin-Bergstrom's website is down, passengers should consult their airline for updates on flight arrivals departures and bookings.
Parking rates have been temporarily reduced in Blue and Red Garages, the closest parking options to the Barbara Jordan Terminal, says the city.
Some concessions at Austin-Bergstrom are closed or operating under limited hours based on passenger demand and staffing considerations. Concessions that are open have enhanced cleaning and safety procedures and protocols.
The city says that masks are still required at Austin-Bergstrom in accordance with federal mask policies put in place in January. Travelers are required to wear a mask at TSA airport screening checkpoints and throughout the commercial and public transportation systems.
Passengers without a mask may be denied entry, boarding, or continued transport and failure to comply can result in civil penalties.
Austinites can also check the Austin-Bergstrom Twitter account for updates.