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. Iredell County Health Department administers COVID-19 vaccines at Mazeppa Park

    The Iredell County Health Department will administer COVID-19 vaccines at Mazeppa Park in Mooresville on Thursday, January 14 starting at 10 a.m. Read on...
  2. Gov. Cooper issues Executive Order 188, extending modified Stay At Home orders

    During a press briefing on January 6, Governor Cooper issued Executive Order 188, which extended the current modified Stay At Home order. Read on...
  3. Governor Cooper extends Residential Eviction Protection Executive Order

    During a press briefing on December 30, Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order 184, extending the Residential Eviction Protection Executive Order. Read on...
  4. Governor Cooper issues modified Stay At Home Executive Order

    During the press briefing on December 8, Gov. Roy Cooper announced a modified Stay At Home Executive Order. Read on...
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