COVID-19
Information

Welcome to the Town's COVID-19 Information Page
This continues to be an uncertain time for our community and for our neighbors throughout the country, and we remind you that we are here to continue to serve and support you.  This page is intended to provide information about the various resources available to you for financial assistance and to keep you informed as we continue to navigate the challenges of COVID-19.

"Gordonsville Gives Back" Small Business Grant Program
Town Council has allocated $125,000 of its CARES Act funding for a small business grant program intended to provide financial support to the business and non-profit organizations that serve our community. Click on the link above for more information. 

COVID-19 Utility-Rent-Mortgage Relief Available to Gordonsville Residents

Town Council has allocated $45,000 of its CARES Act funding to the Orange County Department of Social Services  CARES Act Fund Program to provide assistance to Gordonsville residents who need utility (electric, water, sewer, etc.), rent or mortgage relief due to COVID-19.  Eligibility guidelines and more information about the program are available at this link. Applications are available at the Orange County Department of Social Services, at the Gordonsville Treasurer's Office, or online at this link

Utility and Tax Payments
We encourage our customers to continue to make utility or tax payments on-line through PayGov or by placing them in the drop-box behind Town Hall.  If you would like a receipt emailed to you for payments left in the drop box, please request a receipt with your payment and provide your email address. The Town will not cut-off water service for non-payment until the state of emergency for Virginia has been lifted; however, timely payment for water/sewer service is still expected and is appreciated.

Accessing Town Offices

Gordonsville Town offices are open for public access. The protocols below are intended to protect the health and welfare of citizens and employees. They must be observed for the duration of Phase III of Governor Northam’s Forward Virginia initiative and beyond at least until such time as the local emergency regarding COVID-19 has been lifted. Everyone's effort to observe these is appreciated.

        Protocols for Accessing Town Offices

  • The public will be asked to wear masks when they enter a Town building.
  • Physical distancing is required in all lobbies and public assembly areas.
  • Employee work spaces will be off-limits to the public. 
  • Meeting with citizens will still be by technology. If an in-person meeting is absolutely necessary, an appointment is required along with masks and physical distancing.
  • Citizen participation in Council meetings will still be via Zoom and sending in written comments, at least through Phase III.

          Protocols for Accessing the Visitor Center

  • In the Visitor Center, only one “visitor group” (people who are already together—a family, a couple, friends, etc.) will be allowed in the center at one time.
  • Masks must be worn by visitors while inside the center.


Additional Resources
For the most up-to-date information regarding the status of COVID-19 and steps you should take to protect yourself and your family, please visit the CDC and VDH websites. 

Coronavirus updates from the Governor's office may be viewed here.

To view the President's Coronavirus Guidelines for America, click here.

Please check back to this page periodically as any change in status regarding the Town will be announced here.