Lexington Endorses Stay-at-Home and Enacts Public Safety Curfew
In an effort to preserve critical and limited healthcare capacity and potentially save lives, City of Lexington officials are committed to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Mayor Newell Clark endorses Stay-at-Home Recommendations and Enacts Public Safety Curfew Effective March 28, 2020
- In anticipation of a statewide declaration by the NC Governor and/or on a local level, citizens in the City of Lexington are encouraged to stay at home and only seek medical assistance, food or other essential services to sustain the well-being of him/herself or his/her family.
- Declaration of a public safety curfew is in effect beginning Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 9:00pm. The curfew is daily from 9:00pm to 5:00am March 28, 2020 through Saturday, April 18, 2020 midnight.
The intent of these additional safety measures is to ensure the maximum number of people possible are kept well, while enabling essential services to continue, and to slow the spread of COVID-19 to the maximum extent possible.
All essential government, public safety and utility services continue. We are committed to serving you in these unsettling times. Our call center has expanded hours 6am to 8pm daily at 336-243-2489.
Physical distancing from each other WILL save lives and WE CAN do this together…as long as it takes. Click here to learn more about what we are doing.