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COVID-19 Guidance & Town Updates

posted Mar 17, 2020, 1:46 PM by Town of Spindale   [ updated Jan 5, 2021, 6:08 AM ]

As of December 11 at 5pm, North Carolina modified the Phase 3 requirements of its phased reopening strategy. Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions about current restrictions here.

The Town of Spindale is working in cooperation with the state of North Carolina and government officials to best ensure the safety of our residents. Town officials will rely on guidance from the CDC, the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Rutherford County Health Department to make decisions that are in the best interest of our staff and the public. 

Town residents are encouraged to visit ncdhhs.gov/coronavirus or coronavirus.gov for the most up-to-date information. Residents are asked to please adhere to recommendations, state executive orders, and guidelines issued by the state and U.S. government regarding preventative measures.  

Click here for information regarding the state executive orders governing North Carolina's efforts to stay ahead of the curve.  

COVID-19 RESPONSE UPDATES

December 8, 2020
  • In Executive Order 181, Governor Cooper further extends Phase 3 requirements, implements a temporary night-time public closure period on certain businesses, and increases face covering requirements to prevent the rapid spread of COVID-19. 
Listed above is the most recent Executive Order from Governor Cooper's office.  Please see North Carolina's COVID-19 Dashboard for real-time data and information.
Find all previous Executive Orders related to COVID-19 at https://www.nc.gov/covid-19/covid-19-orders.

Wear A Mask; Wait 6 Feet Apart; Wash Your Hands

    SPINDALE CONTACT INFORMATION

    If you have an emergency call 911
    If you need Police or Fire and it is NOT an emergency, call (828) 286-2911
    If you need to conduct business with Town Hall, call (828) 286-3466


    Code Enforcement: tsjackson@spindalenc.net
    Parks & Recreation: esearcy@spindalenc.net
    Waste Treatment: goconnor@spindalenc.net


    The Thermal Belt Rail Trail is still open currently, provided visitors comply with social distancing requirements described in Rutherford County and the state's Stay At Home orders. Visitors should remain at least 6 feet away from others and all gatherings more than 10 people are prohibited. Playground equipment, hydration stations and restroom facilities are closed to the public. 

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