Elon Connect

Governor Cooper issued Executive Order 169 easing North Carolina into Phase 3 of the reopening plan. This order will go into effect today, October 2nd at 5pm and is effective until Friday, October 23rd at 5pm. Face coverings are required to be worn in public place or business by everyone 5 years old and above. Alcohol sales are still required to cease from 11pm until 7am. Retail stores and personal care businesses remain subject to capacity limits and other requirements. Restaurants remain subject to capacity limits and other requirements for in-person dining.

For the Town of Elon, the following will remain in effect: the mass gathering limits remain at 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors; Beth Schmidt and Lawrence Slade Parks remain under the current operating procedures; and Town Hall, the Police Station, and both Fire Stations remain closed to the public.

We ask that you please support our local businesses. The outdoor dining areas in downtown at W Lebanon Ave and W College Ave remain in place for you to enjoy the Fall weather. The local shops have online options for ordering and are open for you to browse. Local restaurants are offering take-out, curbside pick-up, and some are open for indoor dining. Continue to support them as we all navigate the ongoing pandemic.

For further information regarding the Executive Order and other COVID-19 related items, please visit the coronavirus information webpage on the Town’s website at www.townofelon.com.