Stay Informed - Local COVID-19

For the most up-to-date local information, check out the City's various social media outlets, including our City of Reidsville & Team Reidsville Facebook pages, and Team Reidsville Instagram & Twitter.

The Rockingham County Health Department 
announced March 31, 2020 Rockingham County's first diagnosed COVID-19 cases (press release)

As of 5 p.m. Monday, March 30, the State of North Carolina will be under a Stay at Home Order from Governor Roy Cooper. Please see the attached Order.

As of March 26, 2020, City of Reidsville offices will be closed except by appointment only. City operations are continuing. City parks are open, but playground areas are closed. Find out more in the attached press release.

Are you a small business looking for resources in light of COVID-19? Check out the City's economic development site, Go here.

Local Eateries & Bakeries are open across the City and providing drive through, counter pickup or curbside pickup. Support our small businesses! Listing of Downtown Restaurants. The Reidsville Chamber of Commerce has also created a Facebook page for all area restaurants, Reidsville Area Carry Out & Delivery.

Updates from Reidsville Mayor Jay Donecker:

You can listen to Mayor Jay Donecker's latest interview with Mike Moore Media at 12 noon on Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

March 29, 2020 COVID-19 Update -- CodeRED (Transcript):

March 25, 2020 Emergency Meeting of City Council
On Wednesday, March 25, 2020, the Reidsville City Council unanimously agreed to implement a Go to Work/Stay at Home Social Distancing Order BUT to stay or delay the execution of that Order. This will allow the City's legal counsel, public safety officials, the City Manager/staff and local health officials time to craft the wording of that Order. It will require a second meeting of the Council, which has yet to be determined, to review and approve the document and decide the timeline to implement the Order. The actual meeting was streamed via Facebook Live by Rockingham Update. RockinghamNow was also present at the meeting.


Below is an interview by Mark Childrey of Star News with Mayor Jay Donecker  as they discussed the actions taken at the March 25th meeting. Star News is planning to do weekly updates with the Mayor while this crisis continues.

March 25, 2020 Segment on Star News:

March 22, 2020 COVID-19 Update -- CodeRED:

March 19, 2020 Segment on Star News:

March 15, 2020 CodeRED Message (Transcript):