Coronavirus / COVID-19 Information

Local Information

Carroll County Government Offices are CLOSED until further notice due to the Declaration of Emergency.  Essential Staff are working onsite and available by appointment or by telephone at the following numbers:

Administration - 276-730-3001
Building Official - 276-730-3015
Carroll County Fire Rescue* - 276-730-3195
Commissioner of the Revenue - 276-730-3080
Commonwealth Attorney - 276-730-3090
Information Technology - 276-730-3287
Public Library - 276-728-3334
Public Service Authority - 276-730-3170
Recreation** - 276-730-3191
Sheriff's Office* - 276-728-4146
Social Services - 276-730-3130 (Click here for more information)
Treasurer - 276-730-3060
Voter Registration - 276-730-3035

* - Note that while offices are closed, law enforcement and emergency service work continues. 
** - The Recreation Park and playground are closed until further notice for a measure of added precaution during this time. 

Carroll County Health Department remains open but will be closed daily from 12:00 noon to 12:30 p.m. for cleaning and sanitization.  Everyone must call from the parking lot before entering the health department office.  All visitors will be screened.  The number to call is 276-730-3180.  WIC is available by phone daily.  Most services can be completed over the phone. 

The Virginia Supreme Court has declared a judicial emergency with impacts to Circuit, General District and Juvenile & Domestic Relations Courts until April 26, 2020All Clerk's Offices remain operational and will provide essential services.  If you have questions related to a court matter, please contact the appropriate court clerk's office at:

Circuit Court - 276-730-3070  (for the Circuit Court Notice on COVID-19, click here)
General District Court - 276-730-3050
Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court - 276-730-3049

Carroll County Public Schools Information

Community Information

Brady's Produce
at the SWVA Farmer's Market is open regular hours 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  Please read and follow the directions on the notice posted on their door when entering the facility.  Brady's will carry produce out to the car of senior citizens who prefer not to enter the store.  For this service, please call ahead - 276-728-2433.

Carroll County Public Library is closed to the public until further notice.  All library programs have been cancelled at this time.  Patrons can use the book drop box to return books, however there will be no fines charged on books due for return after March 17th.  The library does have a book exchange ongoing with books available at their front door for those who are interested.  Click here for additional information.

Carroll-Grayson-Galax Solid Waste Authority is continuing with normal hours of operation. 

Dollar General Stores in our area now close one hour earlier than regular hours in order to clean and sanitize their stores.  The first hour of business is dedicated to Senior Citizens.  Please contact your community Dollar General store for specific hours as they may vary.

Family Dollar Stores in Hillsville and Cana are closing 2 hours earlier than normal for cleaning purposes.  The first hour of each day (8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m in Hillsville / 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. in Cana) are dedicated to Senior Citizens.

Food Lion in Hillsville continues with regular hours of operation (7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.).  Those customers age 60 and over and customers who are immunocompromised can shop 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, starting Monday, March 30th.  They have instituted updated cleaning procedures.  

Wal-Mart in Galax has new hours from 7:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.  On Tuesday mornings through April 28th, Galax Wal-Mart is open to Seniors Age 60 and Over from 6:00 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.

Twin County Regional Healthcare
is no longer allowing hospital visitors.  Click here for more information.