Public Service Message
The following is a message from the office of the Mayor and Emergency Management:
During these trying times of dealing with Covid 19, we ask that if you feel sick or have a temperature, cough and/or shortness of breath, please see a doctor as soon as possible. We encourage you to get tested early, because the sooner your quarantine yourself, the better it is for everyone. We do ask that you self-quarantine to ensure that you do not spread the virus to others in the community. Self-quarantine means staying at home and not going out into the public. Also, advise others in your household that you are self-quarantining they need to take precautions so as not to infect others in the home.
We also understand that you may have needs other than medical services. If you do not have other means to acquire food and other items needed during this time, please call Sherman County Dispatch for assistance. Sheriff Allen has taken the lead in handling all issues regarding those affected by the virus here in Sherman County. You can call dispatch at 806-366-5551. The City of Stratford will take care of your groceries if you need something delivered.
Please consider the health and well being of others around you. Self-quarantine to help ensure that all citizens of Stratford and Sherman County are safeguarded against infection.
Thank you for your cooperation!!
Mayor Ricky Reed
Greg Wright - EMC
Sherman Co. and the City of Stratford uses the emergency communication service called Code Red. We want to encourage our citizens to sign up for this service at no cost to you!!! We will use this service to notify you in the event of severe weather, Hazardous Materials, Boil Notices, Burn Bans, and other vital information. Please enroll with your preferences @ the link below.
866-419-5000 or Emergency Comm for Emergency Notifications
855-969-4636 or ECN Community for General Notifications
If you would like to hear the last message delivered to your phone, simply dial the number back