UPDATED WEDNESDAY JUNE 17, 2020
FIREWORKS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED FOR JULY 4, 2020
The Tips and Resources on the COVID-19 WEBPAGE has all new items marked 6.16 on the website in light grey. As agencies and organizations begin to work on recovery plans, new recovery information will be added as it becomes available.
Since last Tuesday, new information has been added that may be of tremendous benefit:
On the National Main Street Center page, there are some excellent Reopening Safely and Four-Point (Economic Vitality, Design, Promotion and Organization) Tip Sheets. Also, the National Main Street Center conducted a nationwide follow up COVID-19 Impact Survey with small businesses. The results of that survey are also on the page and well worth a read.
New examples and ideas on how other communities are providing funding assistance or marketing local businesses can be found on the Community Idea Exchange page.
If you have additional resources to be added, please send them to email@example.com.
Please go to the NC Department of Health & Human Services' Managing Your Health for resources and assistance during this difficult time.
Food banks have an urgent need for donations. Get or give food through a food bank near you. https://feedingthecarolinas.org/
Make sure you are counted!
You can complete your 2020 Census safely in your home either online (my2020census.gov), by phone, or by paper form. Completing your Census makes sure a Census worker does not need to visit your home during Non-Response Follow Up later and maintains social distancing.
If you haven't responded to the Census yet, it's not too late. Census data collection will continue into the summer, but you don't need to wait. Be counted now! It's quick, easy, safe, and important for the future of all North Carolina communities.
Visit the North Carolina census website for more information – www.census.nc.gov.