Public Notice by the Hoke County Government
Hoke County Government will operate to limit the exposure of our staff and citizens to COVID-19 and other infections. Our main priority is the safety and security of our community; therefore, the following measures will begin on Monday, June 29, 2020:
Hoke County Government services will operate with the following restrictions. County Employees and Citizens will be strongly recommended to wear masks as required under the
conditions as outlined in Governor Cooper’s State of NC Executive Order NO. 147 and continue to work practicing social distancing. The following County Buildings listed below will remain closed servicing the Public by appointment only. Contact methods will be placed on readyhoke.org and designated signs will be placed on all buildings that are affected. Events planned for Hoke County Facilities will follow the Governor’s Executive Order of limiting events indoors with over 10 persons. This is subject to change based on future
updates by Federal/State or Local Government Officials.
Department of Social Service: 910-875-8725
Health Administration: 910-875-3717
Register of Deeds: 910-875-2035
Sheriff Office: 910-875-5111
Veterans Services: 910-875-2147
Hoke Area Transit: 910-875-8696
Soil & Conservation: 910-875-8111
DMV License Plate Agency will be open however it will always adhere to strict social distancing guidelines to ensure the safety of our employees and citizens.
These preventative measures will be in place until further notice, while we assess the situation and are provided guidance from Federal, State, and Local agencies.
Letitia J. Edens
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Economic Impact Payments
The IRS is issuing Economic Impact Payments to every eligible American.
Eligible Social Security recipients and railroad retirees who are otherwise not required to file a return will not be required to file a return or provide further information.
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Veterans receiving disability comp from the Department of Veterans Affairs who did not file a 2018 or 2019 tax return must submit information to the IRS to receive an Economic Impact Payment.
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