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Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/17/2020As of today, there have been a total of 621 cases of COVID-19 in Cleveland Cou...
07/17/2020

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/17/2020

As of today, there have been a total of 621 cases of COVID-19 in Cleveland County. Of these, 139 are currently active and 482 have recovered and are released from isolation. There are currently 15 COVID-19 cases who are hospitalized and we have had a total of 10 COVID-related deaths in the county.

To view the number of cases in Cleveland County by ZIP code, please visit https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard, scroll down to the “county map by cases” and select “ZIP code.” You may select the ZIP code you would like to view from the map or you may type a ZIP code into the “search by ZIP code” box. This will display the total number of cases and deaths in the specified ZIP code. The ZIP code feature of the map is not compatible with Internet Explorer. You may use Edge, Chrome or Firefox, or access it from any smartphone or tablet device.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/17/2020

As of today, there have been a total of 621 cases of COVID-19 in Cleveland County. Of these, 139 are currently active and 482 have recovered and are released from isolation. There are currently 15 COVID-19 cases who are hospitalized and we have had a total of 10 COVID-related deaths in the county.

To view the number of cases in Cleveland County by ZIP code, please visit https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard, scroll down to the “county map by cases” and select “ZIP code.” You may select the ZIP code you would like to view from the map or you may type a ZIP code into the “search by ZIP code” box. This will display the total number of cases and deaths in the specified ZIP code. The ZIP code feature of the map is not compatible with Internet Explorer. You may use Edge, Chrome or Firefox, or access it from any smartphone or tablet device.

Looks like it is going to be a VERY hot weekend in Cleveland County.  Please share these tips to prevent heatstroke in h...
07/17/2020

Looks like it is going to be a VERY hot weekend in Cleveland County. Please share these tips to prevent heatstroke in hot cars.

July is the hottest month of the year and has been the worst for #heatstroke deaths. Help prevent another tragedy by never leaving a young child in a car, even for a moment. #CheckForBaby #HeatstrokeKills

Last weekend, the Broad River Greenway experienced a large number of visitors.  With the size of the beach and picnic ar...
07/17/2020

Last weekend, the Broad River Greenway experienced a large number of visitors. With the size of the beach and picnic areas, it is very difficult to maintain recommended social distancing.

With Public Health and Public Safety as a top priority, effective immediately, the south side parking area will be closed. Highway 150 is a very busy road. For safety reasons, there will be no parking on roadside right of ways. BEACH AREAS ARE CLOSED. The Greenway will be open for trail use ONLY. In addition capacity is limited to 50 cars. Park Officials and officers will be on duty to monitor. Please help us continue to be open and available by cooperating with these new requirements.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/15/20As of today, there have been a total of 558 cases of COVID-19 in Cleveland Count...
07/15/2020

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/15/20

As of today, there have been a total of 558 cases of COVID-19 in Cleveland County. Of these, 115 are currently active and 443 have recovered and are released from isolation. There are currently 15 COVID-19 cases who are hospitalized and we have had a total of 9 COVID-related deaths in the county.

To view the number of cases in Cleveland County by ZIP code, please visit https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard, scroll down to the “county map by cases” and select “ZIP code.” You may select the ZIP code you would like to view from the map or you may type a ZIP code into the “search by ZIP code” box. This will display the total number of cases and deaths in the specified ZIP code. The ZIP code feature of the map is not compatible with Internet Explorer. You may use Edge, Chrome or Firefox, or access it from any smartphone or tablet device.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/15/20

As of today, there have been a total of 558 cases of COVID-19 in Cleveland County. Of these, 115 are currently active and 443 have recovered and are released from isolation. There are currently 15 COVID-19 cases who are hospitalized and we have had a total of 9 COVID-related deaths in the county.

To view the number of cases in Cleveland County by ZIP code, please visit https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard, scroll down to the “county map by cases” and select “ZIP code.” You may select the ZIP code you would like to view from the map or you may type a ZIP code into the “search by ZIP code” box. This will display the total number of cases and deaths in the specified ZIP code. The ZIP code feature of the map is not compatible with Internet Explorer. You may use Edge, Chrome or Firefox, or access it from any smartphone or tablet device.

LeGrand Center will be hosting their second Food Truck Friday event on Friday, July 17 from 11am-2pm in their parking lo...
07/15/2020

LeGrand Center will be hosting their second Food Truck Friday event on Friday, July 17 from 11am-2pm in their parking lot. Kick off your weekend with a unique and socially distanced lunch break!

Food trucks attending include:
Jive Turkey Legs
Hoppers Soul Food
T's Tiny Farm
Donut I love you
The Cupcake Corner
Big Kahuna Shaved Ice

LeGrand Center is committed to providing a safe environment for this event with social distancing strongly enforced, hand sanitizing stations throughout, consistent surface level cleaning and FREE disposable masks for anyone who forgets their own.

REMINDER:  The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service provided special tax filing and payment relief to in...
07/15/2020

REMINDER:

The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service provided special tax filing and payment relief to individuals and businesses in response to the COVID-19 Outbreak. The filing deadline for tax returns is today, July 15th.

07/14/2020
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The Census is important to our community. North Carolina is trending behind in self-response rates. The Census counts everyone to make it better for everyone. Please take the time to complete the 2020 Census.
Online at 2020census.gov
by phone at 844-330-2020
or by mail
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No matter where you’re from, or your nationality. No matter your immigration status or who you live with, for the U.S. Census, everyone who lives here counts...

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/13/20Effective today, the Cleveland County Public Health Center will begin providing ...
07/14/2020

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/13/20

Effective today, the Cleveland County Public Health Center will begin providing COVID-19 updates using a combination of data available from the NC Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) as well as data collected on a local level to give you the best overall picture of the status of COVID-19 in Cleveland County.

We are experiencing widespread community transmission of COVID-19 throughout the county and we strongly encourage residents to practice the 3 W’s of wearing a face covering, waiting six feet apart, and washing your hands every time you leave home. By taking these simple steps, you can protect yourself and your loved ones.

To view the NC DHHS data in more detail, please visit https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard/cases and select Cleveland County from the drop down menu.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/13/20

Effective today, the Cleveland County Public Health Center will begin providing COVID-19 updates using a combination of data available from the NC Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) as well as data collected on a local level to give you the best overall picture of the status of COVID-19 in Cleveland County.

We are experiencing widespread community transmission of COVID-19 throughout the county and we strongly encourage residents to practice the 3 W’s of wearing a face covering, waiting six feet apart, and washing your hands every time you leave home. By taking these simple steps, you can protect yourself and your loved ones.

To view the NC DHHS data in more detail, please visit https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard/cases and select Cleveland County from the drop down menu.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/10/202048 New Positive Cases since last update on Wednesday.Total Active Cases increa...
07/10/2020

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/10/2020

48 New Positive Cases since last update on Wednesday.

Total Active Cases increased by 13, from 98 to 111.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/10/2020

48 New Positive Cases since last update on Wednesday.

Total Active Cases increased by 13, from 98 to 111.

Please Share!Free Cloth Mask Distribution Event Today until 4:00. (While Supplies Last)LeGrand Center1800 E Marion Stree...
07/09/2020

Please Share!

Free Cloth Mask Distribution Event Today until 4:00. (While Supplies Last)

LeGrand Center
1800 E Marion Street
Shelby, NC

REMINDERFree Drive-Thru Mask Distribution Event today,  Thursday, July 9th, 2020 from 9am - 4pm at the LeGrand Center. M...
07/09/2020

REMINDER

Free Drive-Thru Mask Distribution Event today, Thursday, July 9th, 2020 from 9am - 4pm at the LeGrand Center. Masks are cloth and washable. While supplies last. Limit 5 masks per vehicle.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/8/202036 New Positive Cases since last update on Monday.Total Active Cases increased ...
07/09/2020

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/8/2020

36 New Positive Cases since last update on Monday.

Total Active Cases increased by 6, from 92 to 98.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/8/2020

36 New Positive Cases since last update on Monday.

Total Active Cases increased by 6, from 92 to 98.

07/07/2020

Cleveland County Reports Seventh Death Related to COVID-19

SHELBY, NC – The Cleveland County Health Department is sad to report the seventh death associated with COVID-19 in Cleveland County.
The individual, who passed on July 6, 2020, was in the 25-49 age range and had an underlying health condition. To protect the family’s privacy, no further information about this individual will be released.
“My thoughts and prayers are with this individual’s family,” Cleveland County Health Director Tiffany Hansen said. “My heart is heavy today as we announce yet another death of a Cleveland County resident. It feels as though we are losing one community member after another to this relentless virus. This marks our seventh COVID-related death and our fifth death in just two short weeks.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends all people two (2) years of age and older wear a cloth face covering in public settings and when around people who don’t live in your household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Cloth face coverings serve as a simple barrier to help prevent respiratory droplets from traveling into the air and onto other people when the person wearing the cloth face covering coughs, sneezes, talks, or raises their voice. This recommendation is based on what we know about the role respiratory droplets play in the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, paired with evidence that shows cloth face coverings reduce the spray of droplets when worn over the nose and mouth.
“COVID-19 can be spread by people who do not have symptoms and do not know that they are infected. That’s why it’s important for everyone to wear cloth face coverings in public settings and practice social distancing,” Cleveland County Deputy Health Director DeShay Oliver said. “We want to support and empower our community members to wear a cloth face covering by hosting a free cloth mask distribution event.”
Cleveland County will be hosting a free cloth mask drive-thru distribution event on Thursday, July 9 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm at the LeGrand Center located at 1800 E Marion St, Shelby. A pack of five (5) cloth masks will be distributed to each vehicle that drives through while supplies last.
“We have just under 50,000 masks and we hope to give them all out at this event. Masks have already been distributed to groups such as the Life Enrichment Center, Senior Center and Cleveland County Schools’ meal distribution sites in an effort to reach some of our more vulnerable populations and meet some immediate needs,” said Oliver.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/6/202061 New Positive Cases since last update on Thursday.Total Active Cases increase...
07/07/2020

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/6/2020

61 New Positive Cases since last update on Thursday.

Total Active Cases increased by 17, from 75 to 92.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/6/2020

61 New Positive Cases since last update on Thursday.

Total Active Cases increased by 17, from 75 to 92.

PLEASE SHARE! Free Drive-Thru Mask Distribution Event this Thursday, July 9th, 2020 from 9am - 4pm at the LeGrand Center...
07/06/2020

PLEASE SHARE!
Free Drive-Thru Mask Distribution Event this Thursday, July 9th, 2020 from 9am - 4pm at the LeGrand Center. Masks are cloth and washable. While supplies last. Limit 5 masks per vehicle.

PLEASE SHARE!

Free Drive-Thru Mask Distribution Event this Thursday, July 9th, 2020 from 9am - 4pm at the LeGrand Center. Masks are cloth and washable. While supplies last. Limit 5 masks per vehicle.

Cleveland County is in the early stages of updating its Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Please take a few minutes to comple...
07/06/2020
Cleveland County Comprehensive Land Use Plan Survey

Cleveland County is in the early stages of updating its Comprehensive Land Use Plan.
Please take a few minutes to complete the survey and share your thoughts with us as we develop a forward-looking and action-oriented plan to guide the County over the next ten to twenty years. Please complete this survey before August 31, 2020.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/clevelandplan?fbclid=IwAR389Y3hXobz9ZDO7NtEYWTt_Dps8dfWfE8TXL1Tn5CLo2S4wb1rtNyrs7o

Take this survey to provide feedback on Cleveland County's future!

Crisis Intervention Program-Energy Updates and Reminders
07/06/2020

Crisis Intervention Program-Energy Updates and Reminders

Cleveland County Government offices will he closed Friday, July 3rd in honor of the Independence Day holiday.
07/03/2020

Cleveland County Government offices will he closed Friday, July 3rd in honor of the Independence Day holiday.

07/02/2020
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Cleveland County Reports Fifth Death Related to COVID-19

SHELBY, NC – The Cleveland County Health Department is sad to report the fifth death associated with COVID-19 in Cleveland County.

The individual, who passed on June 29, 2020, was in the age range of 50-64 and had multiple underlying health conditions. To protect the family’s privacy, no further information about this individual will be released.

“I am deeply saddened to share another member of our community has passed from COVID-19,” Cleveland County Health Director Tiffany Hansen said. “My thoughts and prayers are with this individual’s family. This is the third COVID-related death in our county in just over a week. As we head into the Independence Day weekend, this is a reminder to protect yourself, your family and your friends. Simple actions such as wearing a cloth face covering, social distancing and washing your hands can save lives.”

As of today, there have been a total of three hundred thirty-two (332) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Cleveland County. Of these, seventy-five (75) are currently active, and two hundred fifty-two (252) have completed their isolation period and recovered.

“By practicing the three W’s of wearing a cloth face covering, waiting six feet apart, and washing our hands, we can help protect our most vulnerable populations that are at greater risk for more severe symptoms,” Cleveland County Deputy Health Director DeShay Oliver said. “Research shows that, when practiced together, these behaviors are effective at helping to prevent the spread of the virus. Even if you aren’t personally concerned about contracting the virus, think about the loved ones in your life that you could potentially give it to.”

To view the Cleveland County COVID-19 case count update on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, visit www.clevelandcounty.com, click on “County Departments,” select “Health Department,” and then click on “Coronavirus Information.” You can also receive COVID-19 updates by following the Cleveland County Health Department’s page @clevelandcountyhealthdepartment.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/2/202017 New Positive Cases since last update on Wednesday.Total Active Cases decreas...
07/02/2020

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/2/2020

17 New Positive Cases since last update on Wednesday.

Total Active Cases decreased by 1, from 76 to 75.

Please note: Due to the holiday, we will not be posting an update on Friday. Our next update will be posted on Monday, July 6. For current county level COVID data, you may visit: https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/2/2020

17 New Positive Cases since last update on Wednesday.

Total Active Cases decreased by 1, from 76 to 75.

Please note: Due to the holiday, we will not be posting an update on Friday. Our next update will be posted on Monday, July 6. For current county level COVID data, you may visit: https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/dashboard.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/1/202022 New Positive Cases since last update on Monday.Total Active Cases increased ...
07/02/2020

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/1/2020

22 New Positive Cases since last update on Monday.

Total Active Cases increased by 2, from 74 to 76.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 7/1/2020

22 New Positive Cases since last update on Monday.

Total Active Cases increased by 2, from 74 to 76.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 6/29/202027 New Positive Cases since last update on Friday 6/26/2020.Total Active Cases...
06/30/2020

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 6/29/2020

27 New Positive Cases since last update on Friday 6/26/2020.

Total Active Cases increased by 10, from 64 to 74.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 6/29/2020

27 New Positive Cases since last update on Friday 6/26/2020.

Total Active Cases increased by 10, from 64 to 74.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 6/26/202018 New Positive Cases since last update on Wednesday 6/24/2020.Total Active Ca...
06/27/2020

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 6/26/2020

18 New Positive Cases since last update on Wednesday 6/24/2020.

Total Active Cases decreased by 6, from 70 to 64.

Cleveland County COVID-19 Update 6/26/2020

18 New Positive Cases since last update on Wednesday 6/24/2020.

Total Active Cases decreased by 6, from 70 to 64.

The link to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 Dashboard is posted below. The COVID-19 ...
06/25/2020
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The link to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 Dashboard is posted below.
The COVID-19 Dashboard is interactive and can break down COVID-19 case data demographically by county or zip code.

Address

311 E Marion St
Shelby, NC
28151

General information

Cleveland County is nestled in the rolling piedmont of the southwestern portion of North Carolina situated in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Our county is the gateway between Asheville and Charlotte. Cleveland County is centered between two of the largest metropolitan areas of the Carolinas-- Charlotte and Greenville/Spartanburg. In addition to providing us with the spectacular changing seasons, our favorable geographic setting also offers wonderful nearby attractions -- steep mountains in one direction, wide beaches in the other, and topped-off with a surrounding array of bustling metropolitan centers, all close enough to be forever tempting day-trippers. With our family-oriented lifestyle, small-town charm, and southern, festival atmosphere, Cleveland County is a great place to live, work, play, and just enjoy life.

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Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

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Hello, Can you please provide clear information on how we can, as Cleveland County Citizens, have access to submit public comments for our County Commissioner meetings? Thank you so much for your attention to this matter.
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To the Cleveland County Government Keep up the Good Work and God Bless to all at CCG.
Has the shredding event that was scheduled for this Fri 3/27 at State Empl. Credit Union in Boiling Springs been cancelled?
Dear County Officials... When does the county start to seriously address the major problem of littering in this county? Not limited to the highways and on-ramps, but all of the side streets around the county are just disgusting. While the simple answer, is that people shouldn't be pigs and should care about what their country/community looks like, we obviously need to go deeper. Here is a suggestion... change the fine for littering to 5,000.00. Let's see what people do then. Can't pay the fine? Then, it's 7 nights in jail. Yup, I'm serious in my suggestion. I pay good taxes and this county needs to step up it's "efforts" in this matter. If not, perhaps I should run for local office and show people how we can get this done. Anyone agree that this needs to be addressed??
Waco Community Volunteer Fire Department We will be taking orders for Boston Butts beginning Wed. Nov. 13th. $40.00 includes Butt, Slaw & Sauce. Pick-Up will be on Saturday, Dec. 21st from 2:00-4:00 p.m. You may come by the Fire Department or see one of our Firefighters to order. You can also call to order but must be pre-paid by Dec. 14th. All orders must be pre-paid!!
What can we do to encourage funds for daycare vouchers?
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