Last update: April 8, 2020
Harnett County is working with state officials and local agencies to closely monitor the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). The safety and security of our Harnett County employees and citizens is our top priority.
Effective March 19, 2020, Harnett County officials closed public access to Harnett County Government Office Buildings due to COVID-19. The Harnett County Health Department is the only department that will continue to allow public access to their building to support citizens at this time. Harnett County Landfills and Convenience Sites are also operating on a normal schedule until further notice.
Although the buildings will be closed for public access, Harnett County Government staff will continue to offer services and provide support to citizens at this time. Citizens are encouraged to visit www.harnett.org to receive services online or call County Departments for assistance with services. A list of County department phone numbers can also be found at www.harnett.org/department-index.asp.
Under Governor Cooper’s Stay at Home Executive Order, local government offices are considered essential business and are able to continue operations. You can view more about essential government operations by clicking here.
Please continue to check this page for the most accurate, up-to-date information regarding COVID-19.
To view the COVID-19 Case Count in North Carolina, click on the graphic below. Information is updated each day at 11am.