Use caution when in public spaces and remain a minimum of six feet away from others. Gatherings of more than ten are banned.*
Friday, May 1
Stuart Farmers Market: will open for the season starting May 1. However, due to the ongoing restrictions, it will be a pre-order and pick up only. Each week’s vendors and available produce will be posted the market’s Facebook page and in The Enterprise. Customers are asked to call the vendors and place their orders or order through their website. Vendors will be on hand to deliver on Fridays between 8 a.m. and noon. Customers will remain in vehicles as a car hop assists you. You will need to bring exact cash (check if vendor accepts) for each order. Vendors will NOT make change. For further information, check out the Stuart Farmers’ Market Facebook page or call the Town of Stuart at 694-3811.
Virginia Legal Aid Society: will remain open and the telephone intake and advice system, will remain open during its normal business hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at 866-534-5243 (866-LEGL-AID). VLAS’s five offices in Lynchburg, Danville, Martinsville, Farmville and Suffolk will remain open by appointment and during limited open business hours. Visitors should contact their local office prior to visiting in order to confirm hours of public access.
Supreme Court of Virginia: Courts and clerks’ offices shall remain operational and provide services required by law while, at the same time, maintaining protections for the health and safety of court users and personnel. The court shall continue all civil, traffic and criminal matters, including jury trials, except for emergencies.
Disability Rights and Resource Center: will remain open through telephone calls and email to serve people with disabilities and their families while the offices are closed and can be reached at 540-420-1860 or email@example.com.
Patrick County Chamber of Commerce: will be closed until further notice per Gov. Northam. Updates and news will be shared on the chambers Facebook page.
Commissioner of Revenue and Treasure: offices will be closed until further notice. Contact can be made via phone, fax and email. Commissioner of Revenue, (276) 694-7131; firstname.lastname@example.org. Treasurer, (276) 694-7257; email@example.com.
Personal Property filing: office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. by phone, email or fax, more information can be obtained from the county website at www.co.patrick.va.us under Commissioner of
the Revenue. Personal Property Returns can be verified by phone if needed, mailed, emailed or faxed in.
Providence United Methodist Church: will not serve breakfast on the first Saturday of the month, until further notice.
Patrick County Public Animal Shelter: The shelter will have limited hours and accesses. To schedule for adoption or surrender of an animal call (276) 694-6259. The Patrick County Public Animal Shelter will post updates on their Facebook page where they can be contacted for missing animals and other services.
Patrick County Maintenance Department and Transfer Station: Recycling efforts will be suspended until further notice. Questions and concerns can be directed to (276) 694-6094.
Voter Registration Office: closed until further notice.
Patrick County Library: closed until further notice. No late charges for overdue books.
Carroll County Genealogy Club: Closed. Any questions, call (276) 766-3431.
Covered Bridge Festival: cancelled for 2020.
PC Master Gardeners: April 24spring plant sale canceled. Fall events are under discussion.
Patrick County Senior Citizens Meeting: monthly meeting canceled for May 14.