City of Windcrest to close city hall due to possible COVID-19 exposure, officials say

Windcrest City Hall and Post Office will remain closed until Jan. 3.

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WINDCREST, Texas – The City of Windcrest announced Sunday City Hall and the Windcrest Post Office will be closed this week due to possible COVID-19 exposure.

Officials said the closure will remain until Jan. 3 “to protect the health safety of the community and city staff.”

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Those who have questions regarding the municipal court are directed to email You can also make court and ticket payments online or by calling 833-431-1746.

To contact the city regarding garbage and accounts payable, you can email To make online garbage payments, you can visit this website or call 833-431-1746.

For resident permits and commercial permits, you are asked to submit a request to

For those who need to use postal services officials said to contact the nearest United States Post Office located at 11119 Landmark or call them at 210-590-0293. Residents can also visit the main post office located at 10410 Perrin Beitel Road.

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