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State and Local Legislation

Phases, Measures, and Mandates

Town of Boone

Town of Boone Revised State of Emergency Declaration (6/2)

Town of Boone Amended State of Emergency Declaration (6/18)

Town of Boone Amended State of Emergency Declaration (8/20)

Town of Boone COVID Resources and FAQs

Town of Boone Temporary Outdoor Dining Guidance 

Watauga County 

Watauga County Board of Education Votes to Resume In-Person Learning (9/21)

Latest Update to Watauga County State of Emergency

Watauga County - County Facilities Reopening - (5/29) 

Planning Underway for Phased Reopening Of Watauga County (4/28)

State of North Carolina 

Click here for NC's 3 Phase Plan to Reopening Interactive Infographic

NC Commerce MURR Program (Mortgage, Utility, and Rent Relief) (9/22)

Governor Cooper Executive Order No. 163 - Safer at Home Order Phase 2.5 (9/1)

Safer at Home Order 2.5 - FAQ

Safer at Home Order 2.5 - slides

Governor Cooper Executive Order No. 162 - Extension of 11pm Alcohol curfew through 10/2 (8/31)

Alcohol Sales & Service FAQ

Governor Cooper Executive Order No. 155 - Safer at Home Extention (8/5)


Opening Public Schools in NC

NC Strong Schools - Public Health Guidance

NC DHHS School Children & COVID-19 Fact Sheet

NC Commerce:  Solutions for Businesses and Employers (COVID-19 Resources)

North Carolina Safer-At-Home Order - Beginning of Phase 2 (5/20)

Governor Cooper Executive Order 147: Extension of the Phase 2 Order

North Carolina Phase 2 Guidance for Specific Industries (5/20)

North Carolina 3-Phase Plan (4/27)

Governor Cooper Executive Order 141: Easing restrictions on travel, business operations, mass gatherings: Phase Two (5/20)

Governor Cooper Executive Order 143: To address the social, environmental, economic, and health disparities in communities of color that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Governor Cooper Signs COVID-19 Relief Bills Into Law (5/4)

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