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Town Hall reopens to the public on Monday, June 1. Learn more.

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INFORMACIÓN SOBRE COVID-19

Town Hall Reopens to Public June 1

Town Hall reopens to the public on Monday, June 1 at 8 a.m. Numerous safety measures will be in place to combat the spread of the coronavirus. Exterior drop-off options for bill payments and Development Services submissions will be available. The June 1 Town Council meeting still will be held remotely. Learn more.


Governor’s May 20 Executive Order

Phase 2 of the reopening of the state is underway. Read governor's order.

Phase 2 graphic from Governors Office


Other Important Updates

The Garner Police Station has reopened to the public. These guidelines are in place:

  • a limit of five people in the lobby at one time;
  • social distancing will be required in the lobby;
  • individuals wanting to speak with an officer will be asked to wait in their vehicle (they can call ahead or come into lobby to request a meeting with an officer);
  • no in-person paperwork; residents are asked to scan and email documents to records@garnernc.gov.

The Town Council 's June 1 meeting will be held virtually. It can be viewed live starting at 7 p.m. at facebook.com/townofgarner.

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Read about the COVID-19 Inspections Operational Update

Town Hall and Other Town Buildings Closed to Public—LEARN ABOUT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES AND BILL PAYMENT OPTIONS


Know Your W's

While you should still stay home as much as possible, if you do go out, know your W's: Wear. Wait. Wash.

  • Wear a face covering.
  • Wait 6 feet apart from other people.
  • Wash your hands often.

A Know Your W's flyer is available in English and Spanish

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In addition, CDC has published this webpage on how to protect communities from COVID-19.


How to Conduct Business Online

Here are online ways to conduct business with the Town of Garner, Wake County Tax Office and the City of Raleigh (provider of water and sewer service to Garner residents):

NOTE: In response to the expanding COVID-19 public health emergency, Raleigh Water has suspended all water account disconnects due to non-payment of City of Raleigh utility bills. For more information about this temporary policy, contact City of Raleigh public information officer Julia Milstead at 919-996-3100.