The unprecedented decline in activity and social interaction due to the Coronavirus has disrupted the daily lives of virtually everyone in our community. Whether you're struggling to keep your school-age kids entertained or facing more serious concerns like obtaining food and essentials for you or a loved one, there should be something for you on this page!
If you are looking for Coronavirus facts, including information on local regulations and facility closures please visit the city's Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information page.
SENIOR OUTREACH & COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Although the facility is closed, staff is working to provide care packages, telephone well-checks, Facebook engagement opportunities like chair exercise videos and monthly challenges that can be done at home. The center is also coordinating a letter-writing campaign to local seniors to help alleviate the impacts of isolation. You can drop letters into the gold mailbox in front of the center, located at 660 Johnson Road in Keller or scan and email a letter to email@example.com.
To learn more about services, making donations or volunteering call 817-743-4370 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Milestone is providing grocery and pharmacy pick up and delivery to elderly and high-risk individuals, mobilizing volunteers to assist with food boxes and providing meals for first responders and local emergency departments.
Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County will continue to accept clients that meet their regular criteria. Contact their Fort Worth office at 817-336-0912.
DESIGNATED SHOPPING HOURS
The following Keller grocers are providing designated shopping hours for seniors and other medically at-risk individuals:
- Tom Thumb (1000 Keller Parkway), 7-9 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays
- Kroger (976 Keller Parkway and 2061 Rufe Snow Drive), 6-7:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays
- Natural Grocers (1501 Keller Parkway), 9-10 a.m. Sundays
- Walmart Neighborhood Market (2130 Rufe Snow Dr.), 6-7 a.m. Tuesdays
- Z Bar Cattle Co. (1632 Keller Parkway #200), 9-10 a.m. Tuesday - Saturday
RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS & FAMILIES:
Please visit www.kellerisd.net/coronavirus for the latest information on school closings, meal availability and other district services.
This site is pulling data from several state agencies and school districts.
WAYS TO SUPPORT LOCAL BUSINESSES:
The city's Economic Development Department has multiple resources to help you find specific local services and continue to support the local economy.
Keep It In Keller Restaurant Update: your guide to local restaurants offering curbside pickup and delivery
Keep It In Keller Find Page: great source for locating a specific local service, like counseling, pet grooming or even pest control. To filter for a specific service click on business type and, for example, select Counseling/Mental Health to find a provider in Keller.
FOR ALL AGES:
Community Storehouse is not only supporting local children but also providing food for anyone in need. Call 817-431-3340 for more information.
Keystone is coordinating rent assistance and help with housing needs, along with other services including grocery shopping for elderly or at-risk individuals.
The library is closed with the exception of the drive-thru window. Materials placed on hold may be checked out through the drive-thru window and returned through the adjacent book drop on the west side of the building during normal business hours.
The Pointe will be using their Facebook page to post workout videos and home exercise ideas while the facility is closed.
Parks & Rec will be posting a variety of fun activities that can still be done under the social distancing guidelines to their Facebook page.
Are you in need of something specific or know of a Keller resource that could be added to this page? Email Sarah Hensley at email@example.com or call 817-743-4000.