Transylvania True

 

We are all in this COVID-19 situation together. We’ve created this page as a resource to help our community support local businesses, find out about urgent volunteer and donation needs from our nonprofits, and have ready access to COVID-19 related community updates and resources. Please check back often, as information will be added and updated as it becomes available.

 

Important New Updates

Better Business Bureau Provides Scam Alert Related to Utility Bill Calls (9/4)

Family Forward NC releases toolkit to help make the workplace more family-friendly (9/4)

North Carolina Executive Order 163 will move state into Phase 2.5 starting on Friday, September 4th, 2020 at 5:00pm. FAQs contain more information. (9/1)

A Childcare Hotline (1-888-600-1685) is available to help families find child care programs for infants through age 12 that are open and meet NCDHHS health and safety guidelines. (8/13)

North Carolina’s Executive Order No. 153 Limits the Sale of Alcoholic Beverages After 11 pm at Restaurants, Breweries, Wineries & Distilleries, effective July 31 at 5pm. FAQs contain more information. (posted 7/29)

North Carolina’s Executive Order No. 147 Makes Face Coverings Mandatory for Indoor and Outdoor Public Spaces. FAQs and the Governor’s Press Release contain more information. (6/24)

Complete your census today to help ensure Transylvania County receives vital Federal funding.

 

Business Updates

The list linked below includes updates on our local restaurants, which ones are open, closed, and/or providing curbside pick up. If you are a restaurant owner and would like us to include your information on our Restaurant Update list, please email your information to sally@brevardncchamber.org.

Transylvania County Restaurant Updates (formerly Mike Griffin’s “Best of Brevard”)

 

Ways to Support Local Businesses

We encourage everyone in our community to reach out to your favorite businesses directly. Look for their phone number or email address online. Get information about what they are doing, and share that with your own social media networks. This is the best way to share information quickly with the larger community. Some other things you can do are:

  • Shop online or by phone instead of in person
  • Purchase gift certificates to use later this year
  • Check out online offerings, like classes and more
  • Share what you find/learn with others through social media

Donate to Transylvania Tomorrow, an emergency grant program created by the Transylvania Business Support Task Force.

Ways to Support our Community – How to Volunteer & Donate

 

COVID-19 Testing Sites & Information

Basic Health & Safety

Community Updates

Community Resources

COVID-19 Business Resources and Information available here

 

 

When You Support A Local Business…

  • You HELP to BUILD a better COMMUNITY.
  • You CREATE more local JOBS.
  • You put $$$’s toward local FAMILIES.

Did You Know, Local Businesses Are More Likely To…

  • REDUCE, REUSE & RECYCLE.
  • Support LOCAL Events, Charities, and Programs.
  • Put $$$ towards protecting our NATURAL RESOURCES.

“Living TRANSYLVANIA TRUE will help build a BETTER TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY

 

If you’d like a Transylvania True magnet to help you learn more about how to be Transylvania True, stop by the Chamber any weekday from 9am – 5pm to grab one!