Montgomery County does not have a confirmed case of COVID-19 as of this afternoon; however, Montgomery County Health Director Mary Perez, expects that to change at any time. Montgomery County staff are working adjusted schedules with offices closed to the public in most departments; however, there are some, such as the health department, that must remain open for a limited number of services.
Montgomery County Manager Matthew Woodard is encouraging the public to use telephone and email to conduct business when at all possible. Drop boxes are available for payment and staff have been instructed to wear gloves when opening and sorting mail.
Montgomery County Schools continue to bring food to sites around the county, serving 1,384 meals to area residents. Below is a list of locations where meals may be obtained.
- · C & M Trailer Park – 11:30 am
- · Brutonville/Emmanuel Pentecostal Church – 12:00 pm
- · Pepsi Land Trailer Park – 11:30 am
- · Belle Acres/Hummingbird Lane – 12:00 pm
- · Acapulco Drive – 12:30 pm
- · Weavertown/Mt. Moriah Church – 11:30 am
- · Crosstown/Hood Chapel – 12:00 pm
- · Forest Drive Apartments behind Bojangles – 12:30 pm
- · Parkertown/St. Luke Church of God – 11:30 am
- · Montgomery Learning Academy – 12:30 pm
- · Rocky Knoll – 11:30 am
- · Holt Circle Drive – 12:00 pm
- · Dollar General on Blaine Road – 12:00 pm
- · Black Ankle Convenient Store – 12:00 pm
Communities in Schools is providing additional bags of foods at our elementary school locations on Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 am to 11:00 am and 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.