Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

  • The Town of Carrboro continues to provide services and respond to the needs of our community in alignment with North Carolina’s Safer at Home Phase 2, Orange County and guidance from public health officials. We’ll be sending regular email updates on the Town’s response and community resources related to COVID-19. See all Town news and sign up for updates

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  • Inter-Faith Council (IFC) serves dinner for pickup, Monday to Friday, 6:15 to 7pm at 100 W. Rosemary Street. Lunch is offered daily at 100 W. Rosemary Street. Monday to Saturday from 11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and Sunday 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. Any household may receive a week’s worth of groceries once per month. Call 919-6380 and press 0, or visit to make an appointment.
  • Carrboro Farmer’s Market is offering $10 vouchers to people experiencing unemployment. One voucher per visit (must show proof of unemployment). Also offering "triple bucks" for customers who use EBT, WIC FMNP or Seniors FMNP (ex: $20 in EBT is $60 at the market). If you’re out of benefits on your card, they will also match cash.
  • TABLE is delivering bags of food to families with children in the Chapel Hill Carrboro City School system. PORCH Chapel Hill-Carrboro has a food program for families with children in the Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools. If you have children who attend school in Chapel Hill or Carrboro, contact to ask about enrollment options.
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