March 20, 2020

Resources for Residents and Businesses in Davie County NC

“During this time and in light of lost major economic events, it is important for us to support our local businesses,” said Caroline Moser, president of the Davie County Chamber of Commerce. “Many restaurants, retailers, and service providers are open and taking precautions to ensure the health of their customers and employees. Now more than ever, they need us to shop local, dine local and think local.”  To support both businesses and residents, the Chamber has created a page on its website dedicated to sharing updates about local business hours and service options all in one place!  She encourages businesses […]
March 20, 2020
Covid-19 is having a profound effect on all businesses and each is searching for the best way to move forward

Davie EDC Shares Industry Response to COVID-19

Keeping Employees Healthy AND Keeping the Doors Open During this unprecedented global health crisis, Davie County industries are seeking ways to protect the health of their employees and keep their doors open and businesses running as smoothly as possible.  Best Practices That Are Currently Being Implemented Terry Bralley, president of the Davie County Economic Development Commission (DCEDC) surveyed the county’s largest employers to find out how they are accomplishing those goals.   “Covid-19 is having a profound effect on all businesses and each is searching for the best way to move forward,” said Bralley, as he shared steps taken by different […]
March 19, 2020
North Carolina Commissioner of Banks Ray Grace announced today that measures are in place to protect the financial system within our State. The N.C. Office of the Commissioner of Banks (NCCOB), which oversees North Carolina state-chartered banks, continues to work with regulated financial institutions to ensure that they are as prepared as possible for situations such as the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.

NC Financial Institutions Are Prepared

Commissioner of Banks Expresses Confidence in North Carolina Financial Institutions and their Emergency Preparedness Measures In a press release on March 18, 2020, Commissioner of Banks, Ray Grace announced that measures are in place to protect the financial system within our State. The N.C. Office of the Commissioner of Banks (NCCOB), which oversees North Carolina state-chartered banks, continues to work with regulated financial institutions to ensure that they are as prepared as possible for situations such as the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. “As the primary regulator of North Carolina state-chartered financial institutions, I am confident that our banks will be able to […]
March 19, 2020
disaster declaration for small businesses that are suffering economic losses due to the Coronavirus. Eligible applicants may now apply for economic injury disaster loans

Davie Businesses Can Apply for Economic Injury Disaster Loans

Davie County Chamber of Commerce Announcement About  Small Business Protections Davie County Businesses, I am pleased to inform you the SBA has granted Governor Roy Cooper’s request for a disaster declaration for small businesses that are suffering economic losses due to the Coronavirus. Eligible applicants may now apply for economic injury disaster loans (EIDLs). The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in modified and additional SBA resources to help our small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives and/or most private nonprofit organizations. Basic info on EIDLs: The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering designated states and territories low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital […]
March 19, 2020
Davie County Manager Latest Links and resources for COVID-19

Links and the Latest Update – Local and Federal Officials Collaborating

A Message from County Manager, John Eller Forgive me for the long message, but we would rather over-communicate than under-communicate during this time and we strive to provide you with the most up-to-date information available. We also encourage you to share this information with others. Davie County Government is collaborating with state and federal officials to monitor the daily development of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Davie County NC – COVID-19 Timeline On March 10, 2020, the Governor of North Carolina declared a State of Emergency in North Carolina and issued subsequent Executive Orders closing K-12 public schools, banning mass gatherings of more than 100 people, […]
March 16, 2020

Important Update – Davie County State of Emergency Declaration

State of Emergency Declaration Davie County is issuing a State of Emergency Declaration to allow access to federal and state resources in our preparedness efforts for COVID-19 prevention and (please see attached). Should further action need to be taken in the future, this Declaration will be amended.  Davie County has created a COVID-19 website for residents which has the most up-to-date information at: www.daviecountync.gov. We have also created a COVID-19 hotline at 336-753-6750. Davie County will also post information on various social media sites. Please encourage residents to share information with others. Together, our primary focus should be on the mitigation and prevention of […]
March 16, 2020
Davie County COVID 10 Update from County Manager

Covid-19 Update from Davie County Manager

Important Announcement: Covid-19 Update from Davie County Manager Davie County Government is collaborating with state and federal officials to monitor the daily development of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Counties who have issued State of Emergency Declarations include Buncombe, Forsyth, Guilford, Henderson, Moore, Orange, Rockingham, Wake, and Wilkes. Should Davie County Government make a decision in the future to also issue a State of Emergency Declaration, we will take measures to notify our community members and residents. The spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) should not be a surprise to us, as we have seen what has transpired in other countries, states, and […]
March 14, 2020
Important notice about coronavirus from Town of Mocksville

Town of Mocksville Important Notice Regarding Public Meetings

Important Bulletin from the Town of Mocksville: March 14, 2020 PUBLIC NOTICE  To:      Town of Mocksville Residents From: Mocksville Mayor and Board of Commissioners Re:      Precautionary Measures for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) As many of you are aware, the President has declared a National State of Emergency and the Governor has declared a State of Emergency for North Carolina due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The Town of Mocksville is working closely with the State and Davie County to provide a comprehensive message for preemptive measures to mitigate the spread of the virus. Included with this notice is […]
March 9, 2020
On Saturday, March 14th, the Cooleemee Historical Association will be adding two new fundraising ideas to its 8th Annual BBQ Pork fundraiser at the Zachary House Grounds, 131 Church St.  “This year the CHA is adding to this event a Sweet Community Bake Sale and Thrifty Yard Sale

Discover Our Heritage – Educational Programs Get a Boost

Cooleemee Historical Association to Host “Trifecta Fundraiser” This Saturday On Saturday, March 14th, the Cooleemee Historical Association will be adding two new fundraising ideas to its 8th Annual BBQ Pork fundraiser at the Zachary House Grounds, 131 Church St.  “This year the CHA is adding to this event a Sweet Community Bake Sale and Thrifty Yard Sale, thus, the historic trifecta fundraiser,” said volunteer Joey Shore.  New Choices at the 8th Annual BBQ Pork Fundraiser Slow-cooked pork barbecue, Boston butts, plates, and sandwiches will be available, cooked by the barbecuing duo of Walter Ferrell and Clay West. The bake sale […]