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Village Extends Cancellations and Facility Closures & Cancels May Live After 5

Post Date:04/24/2020

In compliance with Governor Cooper's Executive Order No. 135 extending the cancellation of gatherings and facility closures to minimize the spread of COVID-19, the Village of Pinehurst is extending facility rental cancellations and facility closures and canceling the May Live After 5.

The Live After 5 concert scheduled for May 8 has been cancelled.

Rentals of the following facilities will be cancelled through May 8:

  • Village Hall
  • Cannon Park Community Center
  • Arboretum
  • Fair Barn
  • park rentals

The following facilities are closed to the public until further notice:

  • Village Hall/Assembly Hall
  • Fair Barn
  • Fire Department 91
  • Fire Department 92
  • Police Department (Dispatchers available via front door intercom)
  • Public Services
  • George P. Lane Welcome Center
  • Cannon Park Community Center
  • Camelot Playground
  • Rassie Wicker playground, tennis courts, and hockey rink

Village buildings will remain open to employees and regular daily operations will continue, but visitors are not allowed to enter Village buildings without an appointment made at least 24 hours in advance. Use our online staff directory to contact Village staff for your needs or to schedule an appointment.

While Village buildings are closed to the public, residents are encouraged to access our online services:

Throughout this temporary closure, essential public safety services will continue and measures are in place to continue all non-emergency operations. Solid waste collection handled by Village personnel will also occur as scheduled. However, all scheduled Parks and Recreation programs, athletics, activities, trips, and open gym times, have been suspended until further notice. Registration for future programs and activities may still be done by utilizing our online portal at

The Village will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation as it evolves, and other closings or interruptions in service may be necessary. That information will be updated regularly on our website and social media.

To minimize the spread of COVID-19, residents are encouraged to take precautions such as washing hands, covering coughs and sneezes, practicing social distancing, and staying home if you feel unwell. For up to date COVID-19 information and recommendations, visit the North Carolina Department of Health website. For those who have additional questions and concerns, please contact the Department of Health’s COVID-19 hotline at 1-866-462-3821.
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