The City of Brevard will reopen City Hall to the public on Monday, June 1st at 8:30 am. Mayor Jimmy Harris will have the honor of officially unlocking the doors.
With the advent of Governor Cooper’s Phase 2 Reopening, the City of Brevard is ready to open its doors to the public once again. City Hall and city offices closed to the public in March, without knowing when re-opening would occur. However, since the state of North Carolina entered Phase 2 of its COVID-19 response plan on May 22nd, many businesses and offices are now resuming operations while following additional safety guidelines.
In expectation of the public re-entering the building, City Hall staff and officials are taking steps to assure public safety. When you visit, you will notice social distancing indicators and opportunities for hand sanitization. In keeping with Governor Cooper’s plan, we ask you to be mindful of these safety precautions. In addition, we are encouraging all citizens to wear facial coverings while in public so that those who are more vulnerable in our community have the utmost consideration and protection during this time.
Additional efforts are being made by the City to keep Brevard safe during this tenuous time of reopening and to allow citizens to move more freely when indoors and outdoors. Look for more information coming soon.
City Hall is located at 95 W. Main Street. If you have questions about the reopening or available services, please contact City Hall directly at 885-5600.