COVID-19 Information

PROCLAMATION FOR THE DECLARATION OF A STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR COVID-19

As concerns over COVID-19 continue throughout the country and the world, the Town of Mooresville continues to evaluate and adjust its services, programs and events as the best-available information indicates is appropriate.

Town decision-making is completed in close collaboration with guidelines about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services 

All necessary precautions are being taken, we are also following all recommendations and encouraging residents to take preventative actions to help stop the spread of the virus - including washing hands, staying home when sick and avoiding contact with people who are sick.

Coronavirus Small Business & Issues Guide In order to aid and inform owners of small businesses,

COVID-19 Funding and Resources for Small Businesses & Nonprofits

  1. Gov. Roy Cooper issues extension of Executive Order 183

    On Thursday, April 29, Gov. Roy Cooper issued an extension of Executive Order 183, allowing to-go sales of mixed beverages as an alternative to on-site consumption. Read on...
  2. Gov. Cooper issues Executive Order 209, easing restrictions and increasing mass gathering limits

    On Wednesday, April 28, Gov. Cooper announced an executive order easing the mask mandate restrictions for outdoor gatherings. Read on...
  3. Gov. Cooper issues Executive Order 204, Further Easing COVID-19 Restrictions

    During a COVID-19 press briefing on March 23, Gov. Cooper issued Executive Order 204, which increased maximum occupancy limits in a variety of businesses and venues. Read on...
  4. Gov. Cooper Announces Group 4 Will Be Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine March 17

    On March 11, Governor Roy Cooper and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy K. Cohen, M.D. announced beginning on March 17, people in Group 4 will be eligible for vaccination. Read on...
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