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Posted on: March 20, 2020

Mooresville Maintaining Town Operations but Closing Town Hall and Public Services Operation Center

MOORESVILLE, NC – Following the confirmation of an instance of community spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) by Governor Roy Cooper, and in order to continue to comply with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, the Town of Mooresville will close Town Hall and its Public Services Operation Center to the public beginning Friday at 5 p.m.

Also, the Town will be cancelling its April 6 meeting of Town Board and April 9 meeting of Planning Board. 

“It is important that residents are allowed to have discourse with both boards, and due to the limitations placed on large gatherings at this time, the Town does not believe we could provide that opportunity,” said Town Manager Randy Hemann.

Town staff will still be available by phone, email, and via web/conference calls while the building is closed to visitors. Teleconferencing will allow our staff to interact, give presentations and show documents to more efficiently hold meetings, and continue with Town business.

If residents need to reach our staff, directory information can be found at and is also listed in the link below. Additionally, online business, such as payments, can still be conducted via the website, by telephone, or by using the dropbox located in front of Town Hall (413 North Main Street).

Updates on Town actions, closures, and cancelled events will be posted on our website and on Town social media accounts.

For more information and to see the staff directory, visit 

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