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Latest Update: February 14, 2022

The town’s State of Emergency declaration was updated on February 14, 2022, rescinding the requirement for face coverings in town-owned facilities. (This includes Town Hall, the Halle Cultural Arts Center, John M. Brown Community Center, Public Works buildings, Public Safety Stations, and The Depot.) When visiting facilities, you may continue to choose to wear a mask. However, that is no longer a requirement.

Although we do encourage individuals to wear masks when groups of people not from the same household gather indoors, there is no mask mandate issued by the Town of Apex for facilities or other spaces that are not owned by the town. Individual businesses within town limits may decide to require masks.

The Town of Apex continues to follow the guidance provided by the CDC and direction given by the NC Governor.


Helpful Documents

 Here are a few ways that you can continue to conduct your business with Town staff remotely.

TaskPhoneOnline
Utility Payments(919) 362-8676Pay online
Property Tax Payments
Wake County payment sites and online options
Building Permits(919) 249-3418ePermits
Parks Program Registration(919) 249-3402Online registration
Report Concernsn/aVarious online forms
Victims Assistance(919) 362-8661n/a
Police Report Requestn/aOnline Request
Electronic Neighborhood Meetings(919) 249-3426Electronic Neighborhood Meeting Packets
Resources for Businessesn/aEconomic Development Resource Page
Town Council Meetingsn/aWatch / Submit Public Comment


How you Can Help

As we monitor social media, we will attempt to list volunteer and donation opportunities in the Apex area here. If you know of a program not listed here, please email us with that information.


What Apex is Doing

To reduce the risk of exposure to our employees and community, the Town of Apex is in the process of implementing the following measures:

  • Limiting the number of employees in town buildings through alternating shifts and using remote work.
  • Holding virtual meetings when appropriate.
  • Limiting business travel and training, large conferences, or meetings.
  • Continuing use of proper PPE for those who jobs may have a higher risk of exposure.

The Town of Apex follows the guidance of agencies that monitor public health, as it relates to the coronavirus and any other major public health issue. These include the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, and the Wake County Division of Public Health.