We will use this post to list any/all orders as they are announced pertaining to shelter in place or stay at home and city/county inspection and permitting:

3.26.20 – Wake County issues Stay At Home Order – construction and trades listed under essential infrastructure

3.26.20 – City of Columbia issues Stay At Home Order – construction and trades listed under essential infrastructure

3.26.20 – Orange County issues Stay At Home Order

3.25.20 – City of Winston Salem issues Stay At Home Order

3.25.20 – Village of Clemmons issues Stay at Home Order

3.25.20 – Gilford Cities & Greensboro Issues Stay At Home Order – construction and trades listed under essential classification

3.25.20 – Cabarrus County Issues Stay At Home Order – construction is listed under Essential Infrastructure on page 5, item #5

3.25.20 – Buncombe issues Stay Home Stay Safe Order – Construction listed as essential infrastructure.

3.25.20 – Durham Issues Stay At Home Order – Construction referenced under the CISA list on page 6 letter A and then trades and workers are referenced on page 8 letter I.

3.24.20 – City of Charleston Issues Stay At Home Order – Construction listed on last page #9 – read here

3.24.20 – Mecklenburg County Issues Stay At Home Order – Construction is defined and covered on page 7, item #5.  Finishers, drivers and workers are covered on page 9, item #8 – read here

3.23.20 – Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians issues Stay in Place

3.23.20 – Town of Beaufort NC Issues Stay At Home Order – Construction listed as Essential Business referenced here in 2.1.1 under the CISA list and trades and workers are referenced in 2.1.9

3.23.20 – Wake County announces changes to City/County Inspections and Offices – read here

3.23.20 – Pitt County approves Countywide Stay At Home Order – Concrete/Construction is listed under 2B as Outdoor Services and is considered and essential business  – read here

3.20.20 – Madison County Inspections & Shelter In Place OrderEffective March 20th, 2020 the Inspections Office will be closed to the public. We will be accepting calls and online permit request as well as inspections. We will not be doing any in-home inspections until further notice except for emergency electrical and mechanical failures. If you need to purchase a permit here at our office please call and someone will assist you quickly as possible out front.  We are sorry for any inconvenience to you during this time. Hopefully, we will be back to the normal procedure soon. Stay safe and healthy during this difficult time.