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COVID-19 Updates & Resources

(Updated June 4, 2021, 12:45 pm) Preservation of the safety, health, and wellbeing of our communities is a priority for us all.  We are in continued communication with our local and state officials, and are working to provide the most updated local information about the current response to the COVID-19 health crisis. Remember: if you leave home, know your Ws!

If you plan to visit, please click here to see our Basics on Phased Reopening page. We hope this will answer any questions you might have about enjoying time in Blowing Rock. 

 

We encourage everyone to support small businesses safely! Locally owned small businesses are the heart of our town, and many travel destinations we all love. Even if you aren’t traveling right now, you can show support. If you’re able, buy a voucher from your favorite hotel, order something from a boutique’s online store, or get a gift card from a restaurant. You can also leave a review, post a photo from the last time you visited, or make a recommendation to a friend. No gesture is too small.

Business Resources

Find our toolkit for hospitality businesses here.

The Blowing Rock Chamber of Commerce has compiled a list of resources for all types of local businesses.
Click here for small business financing and crisis relief information.

Local Response

Masks or face coverings are no longer required in all indoor public spaces in NC, but are recommended in crowded settings and for those who are unvaccinated. Masks are still required in some settings like public transportation and health care facilities. 
See all COVID-19 related NC Executive Orders here.

For the most up-to-date information on local developments regarding COVID-19, see the Appalachian District Health Department website. If you have questions about COVID-19 and best practices for protecting yourself, visit CDC.gov.

It’s important to follow guidance from the CDC , as well as recommendations from the NC Division of Health & Human Services.

Getting in Touch

Contact us at the Blowing Rock Tourism Development Authority by phone, email, or social media.

Blowing Rock Town Hall offices and the Visitor Information Center are currently open to the public, and both offices continue to answer questions by phone, email, and social media.