Fayetteville City Hall offices will be closed on Friday, April 10 to observe Good Friday. People can access city services online at fayettevillenc.gov/covid19. Below are specific holiday schedule changes for outward facing city departments:
In anticipation of a Statewide shelter-in-place order from the Governor, Anson County will implement the following operational changes effective Monday, March 30th and tentatively resuming normal operational hours Monday, April 20th.
In anticipation of a Statewide shelter-in-place order from the Governor, Anson County will implement the following operational changes effective Monday, March 30th and tentatively resuming normal operational hours Monday, April 20th
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In light of the “Stay Home-Stay Safe” order issued by Buncombe County today, the City of Asheville would like to take a moment to clarify how the various State-, County- and City-level States of Emergency impact its citizens.
Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Federal and State Declarations of Emergency have been issued that recommend non-essential employees shelter in place and work from home when possible to promote social distancing.
Beginning Wednesday, March 25, City Hall and all city buildings normally accessible to the public will be closed to public access to mitigate the spread of COVID19 and keep our citizens and employees safe.
Chill Cereal Bar and Cafe recently joined the Asheville Chamber, and they’ve quickly made waves in the community for their inventive business idea – creating a self-service bar of everyone’s favorite cereals with a variety of milk.