On Thursday, Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht announced his support for Wake County’s decision to issue a Stay-at-Home proclamation to all residents in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The action, which takes effect 5 p.m. Friday, March 27 and runs through April 17, is designed to limit community spread and promote the health and safety of all Wake residents inside and outside of municipal borders.
For details about everything in the proclamation, visit Wake County’s website.
Over the last week, we have all seen our lives changing.
Lochmere is a neighborhood of people always willing to help someone.
Keeping that in mind, we all have neighbors who might need our help. This includes older adults, those with disabilities, those with underlying medical conditions, or those who just don’t feel comfortable going out in crowds right now. These people might need someone to pick up their groceries, pick up medicines, etc.
We are asking for volunteers in each section of Lochmere who are willing to help when we get requests.
This email is asking for:
We are all facing the unknown in these challenging times. We hope to use this as an opportunity to connect neighbors and strengthen our community.
As always, thank you for your continued support and we hope you and your family stay safe and healthy during this difficult time.
We wanted to let you know that the Lochmere Board of Directors takes the COVID-19 Virus Outbreak very seriously.
The Board is currently reviewing all programming and events held on Lochmere property and will make a decision shortly on cancellations and postponements.
What You Can Do to Keep Yourself and Your Family Healthy
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