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Dear Colleague,

City Center is buzzing this holiday season.  The halls...or should we say skybridges, are decked and the lobbies are filled with perfectly trimmed trees.  We hope you enjoy this glimpse into a familiar season amongst the unusual background COVID has brought this year.  We invite you to join in a few more activities that we are accustomed to while following the new safety procedures that we have learned to embrace.  The reminder for these activities is included below, as well as a quick update on City Center improvements and the current status of the Coronavirus both locally and within City Center.
 
As always, please feel free to contact us at 817-255-5700 or info@citycenterfw.com if we can be of any assistance.  And don’t forget to follow or like us on Facebook or LinkedIn too. 
 
Sincerely,
Johnny Campbell
President & CEO
The 2020 City Center Holiday Giving Program has begun in support of two deserving charities, the Humane Society of North Texas and Cook Children’s.  We invite you to join us in giving back to those in need this holiday season. 

Giving Program Info:
  • Tuesday, December 1 through Friday, December 18
  • Select items from the wish lists (below)
  • Bring your unwrapped items to the security desk in the Wells Fargo or Bank of America tower lobbies
  • Monday through Friday between 8 am to 5 pm 
Humane Society of North Texas’ Wish List:
  • Purina One brand dog, cat, kitten, and puppy food
  • Tidy Cats litter
  • Stainless steel bowls
  • Blankets and towels (no sheets)
  • Dog & Cat treats
  • Rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, and rat food
  • Long cut shredded paper
  • Grooming equipment
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Paper towels
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Medical gloves
Monetary donations to the HSNT can be made online by clicking here.

Cook Children’s Wish List:
  • Action figures/Character sets
  • Multicultural Barbie dolls or princesses
  • Hot Wheels cars and tracks
  • Lego kits
  • Medical kits
  • Musical instruments
  • Playdoh and kits
  • Card games
  • Puzzles (24-100 pieces)
  • Teen craft kits
  • Over the door basketball hoops
  • Infant light up and musical toys
  • Infant rattles, teethers, pacifiers, bottle brushes
  • “I Spy” or “Look & Find” books
  • Colored pencils, markers, and watercolor paints
  • Sketch books (all sizes)
Monetary donations to Cook Children’s may be made online by clicking here.
The Carter BloodCare blood drive is taking place next Thursday and many more lives are going to be enhanced or saved  thanks to the generous donations on this day. Here are the details of the upcoming drive:
  • December 10, 2020
  • President’s Room, located on the 4th floor in City Club
  • Slots available from 9:00 am – 3:40 pm
  • Appointments may be made by visiting http://www.citycenterfw.com/blood-drive
 Please note, to follow social distancing and health safety guidelines:
  • Reservations are required
  • The questionnaire may be completed online prior to arrival
  • Masks are mandatory for all donors
Carter BloodCare will provide coronavirus antibody testing on all successful donations from its blood donors. The test is an indicator that an individual has been exposed to coronavirus. It is not a diagnosis of immunity to COVID-19. 
City Center Upgrades

While the occupancy in the towers is understandably less than normal, we are using this time to proactively work on some necessary improvements.  You may recall a few recent updates including painting, concrete work and repairing the entry/exit gates in the garages, and we are going to continue this path now by upgrading the lighting in Garage 1.  These upgrades will be taking place beginning Monday, December 7 through approximately December 28.  No traffic or parking spaces will be directly impacted while this work is in progress.
 

Coronavirus Updates

No matter what style you choose, please wear a mask in common areas and shared spaces within City Center.
The number of positive cases continue to climb, and we, like all of you, are monitoring local decisions as they develop. In October, Governor Abbott issued an executive order which warned that if any Trauma Service Area's (TSAs) hospital capacity remained above the 15% threshold for 7 consecutive days, the occupancy allowed across the region would be rolled back from 75% to 50%.  Tarrant County falls within TSA-E (the North Texas Region), which has hit the threshold for 7 consecutive days and therefore businesses, including offices, must reduce their occupancy to 50%.  Please consider this lower occupancy limit if employees are coming into the office to work.
Cases Reported
Three positive COVID-19 cases have been reported within the towers since the last communication. 
 
Case Reported:           November 23, 2020
Location:                      Wells Fargo Tower, floors 2-17
The individual visited 203 Café while in the office last.  203 Café follows a very strict sanitization process and has been notified about the positive case entering their location.
 
Case Reported:           November 30, 2020
Location:                      Wells Fargo Tower, floors 2-17
No other tower businesses were visited during the time the individual was onsite.
 
Case Reported:           December 2, 2020
Location:                      Bank of America Tower, floors 13-24
No other tower businesses were visited during the time the individual was onsite.
 
The safety guidelines and communication procedures have been completed for each of these cases.  Please contact Carolyn Parnell, 817-255-5753 or cparnell@citycenterfw.com to report positive cases that may occur within your office so we may quickly and efficiently complete the notification and disinfection processes.

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