Nash County Manager request residents to use online services


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NASHVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) Nash County Manager Zee Lamb is asking residents to use the county’s online services before considering an in-person visit to any facility, due to COVID-19 concerns.

“We are requesting that residents do business with the county through our services online, over the phone, or by email whenever possible. If you visit our website,, you will find a link to all of our services you can access remotely,” Lamb said. “You can also find local information regarding COVID-19 from our website, our Facebook page, or ask Coronavirus related questions from our new hotline 252-459-9819.”

Some Nash County services require in-person visits; however, residents should call ahead to confirm a visit is necessary and make an appointment when possible.

As of Sunday, March 22, Nash County has three presumptive positive cases of COVD-19.

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