COVID-19 Information

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,

  1. Gov. Cooper signs order that prohibits utility shut-offs, urges banks to offer relief measures

    On Tuesday, March 31, Governor Roy Cooper issued an Executive Order that assists North Carolinians by prohibiting utility shut-offs and late fees. Read on...
  2. Gov. Cooper signed Executive Order No. 122 to help schools, local governments access state surplus

    Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order No. 122 to help schools and local governments access state surplus property to help bridge gaps during the response to COVID-19. Read on...
  3. Town of Mooresville Extends COVID-19 Closures/Cancellations

    Town of Mooresville facilities will remain closed and events will be cancelled until at least April 29, consistent with the Governor’s Executive Order issued today. Read on...
  4. Governor Cooper issues Executive Order 121, a statewide Stay At Home order

    On March 27, at 4 p.m., Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order 121, which issued a statewide, 30-day stay at home order starting Monday, March 30 at 5 p.m. Read on...
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