Travel and Business Updates for Mooresville

As we are all trying to adjust to the changing environment surrounding COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Visit Mooresville is dedicated to keeping residents and visitors up to date on the businesses and attractions that we all love.

 The Visitors Center has reopened and is greeting guests daily.  The CVB staff has completed the “Count on Me NC” training through the NC Department of Health and Human Services and are proud to display the Certificates of Completion as a commitment to keep everyone healthy and safe. We urge visitors to our area to take the guest pledge as well.

In keeping with the Governor’s Phase 2.5order issued on September 1, 2020 “Safer at Home” still requires a 25 person limit indoors and a 50 person limit outdoors. Museums, gyms and fitness facilities and playgrounds can open but with limited capacity.  Swimming pools are open with restrictions. The Mask Mandate requiring people, with some exceptions, to wear face coverings in public when social distancing is not possible is still in effect. This includes a direction to wear masks both indoors and outdoors, including on sidewalks, where 6 feet of distance can’t be maintained. 

Need a place to stay? Our hotels are open  Want a great meal or a locally brewed beer?  Most of our restaurants, breweries and wineries are now open for business with seating limited to 50% capacity.

To assist workers from the hospitality industry that have been so hard hit by COVID-19 restrictions, or if you are a worker who is in need of assistance, please visit the NC Restaurant Workers Relief Fund website.

Additional resources for the NC Hospitality Industry

Public Health Resources

The following trusted resources on COVID-19 are helpful when gathering information on restrictions, prevention, treatment and more.

Iredell County Health Department

NC Department of Health and Human Services
In addition; the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has established a public hotline for questions on COVID-19. To access the hotline, call 1.866.462.3821.

CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Office of NC Governor Roy Cooper