The restrooms at Rich Park will be closed for the winter effective Monday, November 30. The heated restroom near Shelter 1 will remain unlocked for walkers and others enjoying the park. Shelter 1 is located next to the playground and across the road from the walking trails. Visit the Rich Park page on the website for more information.
North Carolina Tightens Mask Requirements On Monday Governor Roy Cooper issued additional COVID-19 safety measures to tighten face-covering requirements and enforcement as cases continue to rise rapidly in North Carolina and across the country. Executive Order No. 180 goes into effect at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 25 and runs through 5 p.m. on Friday, December 11. The order extends Phase 3 capacity limits and safety requirements and adds a face-covering requirement to several additional settings including any public indoor space, even when maintaining six feet of distance; gyms even when exercising; all schools public and private; and all public or [...]
The State of Emergency Proclamation/Declaration issued by Davie County Government has been modified and updated in response to the increase in cases locally. The changes in this declaration from the previous one relate to local government meetings.Additional information related to COVID-19, can be found at the locations listed below:For Davie County Health and Human Services COVID-19 data updates and more important information, please click here.Davie County Government continues to provide services to residents. Current conditions do require that we adapt and do things differently. To see a listing of county departments and how they are operating given COVID-19 concerns, please click here.A COVID-19 [...]
The Davie County Board of Commissioners met on November 18, 2020, and named David Bone as the new county manager. Bone currently serves as county manager in Martin County, NC (population of 22,671), a position he has held since 2011. Bone has served a total of 18 years as a local government manager, having also served as the town manager in Wendell, Elizabethtown, and Chadbourn, NC. The County conducted an extensive search with the assistance of Developmental Associates to recruit and intensively screen applicants based on attributes desired by the county commissioners. Ultimately, the board of commissioners interviewed several finalists and [...]
Send a little Mocksville cheer this year! Instead of ornaments, the Town of Mocksville is selling Christmas cards that depict three delightful winter scenes of Downtown Mocksville. Where to Purchase The cards are available at these locations in Mocksville: Foster Drug - 495 Valley Rd. Vintage Sunflower - 121 N. Main St. Scoops Ice Cream - 151 N. Main St. Skyline Bank - 119 Gaither St. The cards are $3 each, 2 for $5, or all 3 for $8.
North Carolina Introduces COVID-19 County Alert System: Davie County in the Red Zone for Community Spread Governor Cooper and Dr. Mandy Cohen, secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) have announced a new COVID-19 County Alert System to pinpoint counties with the highest levels of viral spread and to offer specific recommendations to bring numbers down. This system will provide information about how each county is faring and will help local leaders make decisions about actions to slow the virus’s spread. The map will be updated every four weeks. How To Read the Detailed Report You [...]
A patriotic Tribute Tree located at Mocksville's Town Hall will honor and remember all those who have served, are serving, or have given their all in service to our country. Your single dollar contribution will help fill our Tree of Honor with colorful flags that proudly represent our country's service men and women. A United States flag will adorn the tree to represent your designated service person and your contributions help local veterans get the services they need through the Davie County Heroes' Fund. Let's fill the tree! Forms are available from the Davie County Chamber of Commerce or from downtown [...]
With COVID-19 on the rise in North Carolina, Davie County Health and Human Services (DCHHSS) has announced that two large scale community testing sites will be opening for Coronavirus testing during the last two weeks of November. OptumServe will provide no-cost drive-thru testing at the Davie County Community Park and Smith Grove Community Center in partnership with NC DHHS and DCHHSS. No-Cost Testing Begins Monday! Testing will be available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Davie County Community Park, 151 Southwood Drive in Mocksville Monday, November 16th and 23rd; Tuesday, November 17th and 24th; and Wednesday, November 18th and [...]
Due to Governor Cooper's latest COVID-19 update, the Town of Mocksville's Christmas parade scheduled for Saturday, December 5th has been canceled.We look forward to seeing everyone at the Mocksville Hometown Christmas Parade in 2021!Check out the Town of Mocksville's Facebook and bookmark this website for holiday event updates.
The State of Emergency Proclamation/Declaration issued by Davie County Government has been modified and updated in response to Governor Cooper’s latest Executive Order.Additional information related to COVID-19 can be found at the locations listed below:For Davie County Health and Human Services COVID-19 data updates and more important information, please click here.Davie County Government continues to provide services to residents. Current conditions do require that we adapt and do things differently. To see a listing of county departments and how they are operating given COVID-19 concerns, please click here.A COVID-19 hotline is staffed by Public Health Nurses at 336-753-6750 or 336-753-6550.The State of Emergency [...]