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Important Information Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) impact on the operations and services of Downtown Mooresville businesses:
COVID-19 naturally is affecting our small, locally owned businesses in Downtown. We value the health and well-being of our business owners, their employees, and of course of all our patrons and fans. So we, and many of our Downtown businesses have implemented alternative ways that you may still shop, eat, drink, and experience Downtown Mooresville in accordance with the regulations and restrictions that have been put into place for our health and safety*. We will update the information on this page as frequently as possible. Please also see our Facebook page for additional updates.
GETTING BACK TO BUSINESS!
NC is now in Phase 2 (“Safer at Home”) of reopening due to COVID-19.
During this phase, many of our businesses are allowed to reopen and operate at 50% capacity, while following social distancing and cleaning guidelines in accordance with NCDHHS*. There are still some of our businesses which are not permitted to reopen until phase 3. Check the listings for our general, professional, and arts/educational services to get contact information for individual locations. The Safer At Home Phase 2 runs through at least Friday, June 26.
Our Small Businesses have been hit especially hard by this pandemic and if you choose to be out and about; please support or locally owned and managed small businesses as much as possible.
We have awesome businesses in Downtown Mooresville and we want to keep them #SmallBizStrong!
Visit Dining Page
VIsit Shopping Page
Multiple spots have been allocated for curbside pickups. Look for the red signs on cones for these designated temporary parking spaces. (10 min max)
Please contact businesses individually for specific questions, as circumstances can change quickly. Our locally-owned Small Businesses can use all of our support! Stay well!
Public Health Information, Resources and Responses:
Please note these are third party sites placed here as a source for additional information on COVID-19 and are not associated with or maintained by the MDC.