Town Hall is CLOSED to the Public - Coronavirus Updates
Out of concern for the health and safety of the public and Town of Rutherford College employees, all Town of Rutherford College operated facilities will be CLOSED for public access from 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 until further notice. However, staff will remain on site from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm each day to conduct town business. You may contact us by phone or email.
The situation may change rapidly and any updates and alerts will be posted on the Town’s website at www.rutherfordcollegenc.us and the town’s Facebook page.
Town Hall Facility: Water customers may pay their bills online, by phone , by mail or through the drop box. Please note that your cash payments in the drop box must be the correct amount. No change will be given. All overpayments will be credited to your account. A phone has been made available in the main entrance of Town Hall to contact departments inside for matters which require immediate attention. A directory will be provided. Meetings with staff will be by appointment only.
Vendors conducting business at Town Hall should check in with the Receptionist or ring the bell for assistance. Documents and packages and mail may be dropped off in the main entrance of Town Hall. No packages will be signed for, please ring the bell and leave them.
The Mayor will make a determination regarding the Town Council monthly meetings no later than 48 hours in advance. Announcements will be posted on the Town’s website and bulletin board.
Customers are encouraged to visit the Town’s website at www.rutherfordcollegenc.us or to contact the main number 828-874-0333 and follow the menu prompts for further information.
A Message from our Mayor:
"I know many of you are feeling anxiety from the COVID-19 outbreak. The health and well being of our citizens are important and we are taking this threat very seriously. While there have been no reported cases locally this is not the time to be careless. We are keeping up with the latest developments and are prepared to take the appropriate steps needed up to declaring a State of Emergency in the event the virus spreads to that point. We will also be following the Government directives from Washington D. C. and Raleigh as well as working with our County officials. Please be cautious if you need to be out and about and take the necessary steps to protect yourself."
Mayor Gary McClure