Coronavirus Information (COVID-19)
Floyd County Board of Supervisors and staff has been, and will continue to, monitor the situation concerning the Coronavirus. Staff is in constant contact with the Virginia Department of Health and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management to keep abreast of the situation.
We encourage our citizens to check the links below from the Center for Disease Control and the Virginia Department of Health for the most current information, which is updated several times daily. Be aware of false information that may be posted on the internet or any social media.
We also encourage our citizens to continue practicing good hygiene habits such as additional hand washing and social distancing. We would also suggest ceasing non-essential travel outside the County.
As far as recreation activities are concerned, we are following the lead of the school system as to use of their facilities. The Governor has just announced the closing of all schools State-wide for the period of March 16-27, so all recreation events will also be cancelled. The situation will be re-evaluated at the end of that time frame.
Please continue to monitor our web site for the latest information. If there are further questions, please do not hesitate to call the County Administrator’s Office at 540/745-9300.
Please do not call 911 for information regarding the Coronavirus. For questions related to Coronavirus, Virginia Deparment of Health (VDH) 2-1-1 has been activated. Please use this number for coronavirus related questions.
For Information and updates please visit:
Virginia Emergency Preparedness–Making a Plan, Creating a Kit and Staying Informed
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