CITY FEATURED IN OURSTATE WEB ARTICLE
Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen announced that North Carolina will move into Safer At Home Phase 2 of lifting COVID-19 restrictions on Friday, May 22 at 5 pm.
Phase 2 runs through at least Friday, June 26 unless changed or canceled.
Third Amendment to the Declaration issuing a State of Emergency within the City of Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, pursuant to Article 1A, Chapter 166A, NCGS 166A-19.22; and Chapter 93 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of Roanoke Rapids.
Second Amendment to the State of Emergency declaration within the City of Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, pursuant to Article 1A, Chapter 166A, NCGS 166A-19.22; and Chapter 93 of The Code of Ordinances for the City of Roanoke Rapids.
UPDATED CITY OF ROANOKE RAPIDS PUBLIC SAFETY CURFEW
AND PROHIBITED PUBLIC GATHERINGS ORDER
Effective Friday April 3, 2020 at 9:00 p.m.
On April 2, 2020 Mayor Doughtie imposed a Public Safety Curfew within the City of Roanoke Rapids, NC, daily from 9:00 PM to 6:00 AM beginning Friday April 3, 2020. Below are questions and answers relating to the curfew and public gatherings Order.
What is a curfew?
What is the curfew for the City of Roanoke Rapids?
How long is the curfew in effect?
Why have a curfew in addition to the statewide “Stay at Home” order?
Who is expressly exempt?
What if I travel to or from work during curfew hours?
How is this enforced and what happens if I do not obey the curfew?
What if I live outside the City limits?
I own or operate an essential business. Does my business need to obey the curfew?
My household includes 12 permanent residents. If mass gatherings of 10 or more are prohibited, what does this mean for my household?
Mass gatherings of 10 or more persons are prohibited. Is that only during the City’s curfew hours?