COVID-19 County Facility Closures

Closures due to COVID-19

With a confirmed cases in the County, Cabarrus is taking critical steps to slow down the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), as the health and safety of our employees and our community is our top priority. While we will be making changes to some programs and services, we will continue to operate essential government services for our residents and businesses.

In response to the public health threat posed by coronavirus (COVID-19), Cabarrus County Government is making operational changes to ensure the health and safety of the community and County staff. These changes will ensure continuity of important programs and services, while amending non-essential activities, in response to the County’s declaration of a state of emergency on Thursday, March 19.

We are working aggressively to develop and implement mitigation strategies to reduce the spread of the coronavirus in our community, and will continue to lead this effort throughout this pandemic.

"We are working closely with the CHA and exploring ways to support employees while continuing to deliver excellent service. Information is rapidly evolving. The County is following official recommendations. We’re proactively modifying our business processes with reasonable and appropriate actions that can help protect susceptible populations through increased social distancing", said County Manager Mike Downs.

Get COVID-19 information and resources from the Cabarrus Health Alliance (CHA)

Our goals are to keep our community healthy, use resources wisely and support the wellbeing of our employees.

Effective Thursday, March 19 at 5 pm, the following County facilities are closed to the public until further notice:

  • Government Center
  • Human Services
  • Cooperative Extension
  • Board of Elections
  • Veterans Services

On March 15, the County closed its Library and Senior Center facilities.

Frank Liske Park is closed. Other parks will remain open for passive activities.

Even though our doors are closed, we are still doing business via our digital online services.

Cabarrus made the decision to close County facilities to help further protect susceptible populations and employees from COVID-19. A release with additional information can be found on the County website.

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