North Carolina Extends Modified Stay At Home Order as Numbers Begin to Stabilize in an Effort to Continue to Slow the Spread Today, Governor Cooper announced that he will be extending the Modified Stay at Home Order through February 28th,
Emergency Management Update
Jeff Howell Emergency Management Coordinator: Over the next few weeks Yancey County, as well as most other counties around the state, will not receive a complete allotment of first doses of the COVID19 vaccine. This is certainly not because of
Burnsville Comprehensive Land Use Plan draft
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Notice of Council Special Meeting/Work Session on 2-1-21, 1pm
New Vaccine updates to the Health Department website.
Toe River Health District – Avery, Mitchell, Yancey County Health Departments
1-25-21 Notice of Special Joint Meeting with the Planning Board and Land Use Steering Committee.
Gov. Cooper Extends Modified Stay At Home Order Amid Rising Case Counts
Jan 6, 2021 Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen shared an update today on North Carolina’s efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and support the vaccination effort currently underway.