SAN ANTONIO, Texas – – The city of Austin website will be offline for routine maintenance from 4:00 am to 10:00 am on Sunday, March 7th, to ensure continuity of service for Austin residents over the long term, the city said.
During this time, the Austin Airport website and the city’s COVID-19 resource page will be offline as they are subsites, the city said.
The city says the COVID-19 test scheduling and online reviews will be offline while the website is unavailable. Therefore, those booking a test should do so before or after the maintenance window.
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COVID-19 dashboard information is also not available but can be accessed using the links below:
Austinites can also check for updates for COVID-19 on the Austin Public Health Twitter account.
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The city says that while the Austin-Bergstrom website is unreachable, passengers should consult their airline for information on departures and flight arrival bookings.
Parking fees have been temporarily reduced in the blue and red garages, the closest parking spaces to the Barbara Jordan Terminal, the city said.
Some Austin-Bergstrom concessions are closed or have limited hours due to passenger demand and staffing issues. Open concessions have improved cleaning and security procedures and protocols.
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The city says that Austin-Bergstrom still requires masks in accordance with federal mask guidelines that came into force in January. Travelers are required to wear a mask at checkpoints at TSA Airport and in all commercial and public transportation systems.
Passengers without a mask may be refused entry, boarding or continued transport. Failure to comply can lead to civil penalties.
Austinites can also check for updates on the Austin-Bergstrom Twitter account.