City Of Austin Website To Be Offline For Maintenance

AUSTIN, TX — The City of Austin website will be offline for six hours on Sunday for maintenance work, officials said.

The website at www.austintexas.gov will be down from 6 a.m. to noon, officials said in an advisory. The city is conducting routine maintenance on the data server during this time period, oficials explained. The scheduled maintenance will improve the city’s digital security across a variety of services and applications and will ensure the continuity of services for residents of Austin long-term, officials added.

During this time, the Austin Airport’s website and the City’s COVID-19 resource page will be offline, as they are sub-sites within www.austintexas.gov, officials added. “Please be patient as the city works to protect the integrity of our digital systems,” city officials said.

COVID-19 Resources:

  • Scheduling a test: COVID-19 test scheduling and online assessments will be offline during the maintenance window. Please book your COVID-19 test before or after this time period.

  • Dashboards: COVID-19 dashboard information will be unavailable during this time period. Dashboards can be accessed through the links below.

  • Twitter: Check https://twitter.com/AusPublicHealth for updates.

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Resources

  • Flight Status: During the maintenance window, please consult your airline for updates on flight arrivals and departures, as well as bookings.

  • Parking: Parking rates have been temporarily reduced in Blue and Red Garages. These Garages are the closest parking options to the Barbara Jordan Terminal.

  • Food: Some concessions 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.

  • Masks/Face Coverings: As outlined by Orders from the State of Texas and the City of Austin, people must wear face coverings while visiting Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Non-compliance with these orders could result in a fine or an inability to board a flight. Most airlines also require passengers to wear a face covering throughout the duration of your flight. Limited face coverings can be purchased at the airport.

  • Twitter: Check https://twitter.com/AUStinAirport for updates.

This article originally appeared on the Austin Patch

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