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The census is a count taken every 10 years of every person in the United States. It is required by law and conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. The next census is in 2020.
Census Day is April 1, 2020, but in mid-March most people will receive a letter asking them to respond.
The 2020 Census will be online. If you can’t complete it online, you can participate by phone or request a paper copy. Instructions for phone and paper options will be part of the census letter.
Having a complete count will help you, your family, and your neighbors receive more resources and have a stronger voice in the future of our community.
The online and phone response options will be in English and 12 other languages. They are English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Russian, Arabic, Tagalog, Polish, French, Haitian Creole, Portuguese and Japanese.
The U.S. Census Bureau will also have print and video language guides in 59 languages including American Sign Language, braille, and large print guides.
The U.S. Census is required by the U.S. Constitution. If a household has not responded by the end of April, a census taker will visit the home to collect responses. These in-person visits will begin in May.
Your responses will be safe, secure, and protected by federal law. Answers can only be used to produce statistics—they cannot be used against you in any way. The census will protect your data through the safest and best practices available.
– How many people are living or staying at your home.
– Whether the home is owned or rented.
– The sex, age and race of each person in the home.
– Whether a person in your home is of Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin.
– The relationship of each person in your home.
You will not be asked about your citizenship status.
This information helps federal agencies monitor compliance with anti-discrimination provisions, such as the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act.
The Complete Count Committee is looking for trusted people and organizations to help get the word out about the importance of the census. To get involved, please complete the contact form below.
The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting for a variety of temporary jobs. To learn more go to www.2020census.gov/en/jobs.html.
New books check out for two weeks. All other books and audiobooks check out for three weeks. DVDs and videos check out for one week with no renewals. Book renewals are possible by phone or website, or in person. Items currently checked out that have a hold request may not be renewed.
Patrons have 2 hours of computer access a day. PCs may be used for Internet searching as well as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and other applications. There is no fee for using a PC.
The Mocksville library hours are from 9:00 am to 8:30 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 am to 5:30 pm on Friday. We are open on Saturday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, and on Sundays from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
The Cooleemee branch is open Monday-Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and is closed every day from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm for lunch. The Cooleemee branch is not open on weekends.
Patrons can fax from either the Mocksville or Cooleemee library. The cost is $1.50 for the first page and .50 cents for every page after that.
The Mocksville and Cooleemee library both offer color printing at .25 cents a page.
Library staff can not give legal advice. The library collection includes business and personal legal information and forms in the North Carolina circulating collection, the General circulating collection, and the Reference collection. Most of these resources have call numbers in the 346's; however, please ask a librarian to help you find what you need.
You sure can! The library has Wi-Fi printing that can be acceded from anywhere that has an internet connection. Simply go to https://www.printeron.net/dcpl/ml
A patron can visit the library’s online catalog at https://www.davie.nccardinal.org/ . Don’t forget that the Davie County Public Library is a part of the NC Cardinal Consortium, and patrons can request materials from over 30 different library systems if the item is checked out or if DCPL does not own the item.
For adults interested in volunteering with the library, either stop by the library for an application or go to the website under About Us > Support the Library > Volunteers and download an Adult Volunteer Application. Please bring a completed application to the circulation desk at the Mocksville Library.
If you are a teen interested in volunteering, the Youth Services Department has the Teen Team Volunteer program. Stop by the library for an application or go on the website under Kids and Teens > Volunteer Opportunities.
Although the library does not have an official staff person in the Martin-Wall History Room, the library is fortunate to have extremely knowledgeable volunteers on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. Barbara Harvel, the DCPL’s Friday volunteer, specializes in family genealogy research and is here from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Follow this link to the Public Records page to learn more...
To receive important Emergency Notifications, please visit the Davie County Alerts site and Sign-up or login.
1. On the website homepage, click on NOTIFY ME
2. Enter your email address to Sign In
3. Select your email preferences and enter your phone number if you want to get text messages
4. Locate the categories you want to subscribe to and select email, text or both.
The County Commissioners meet each month according to a schedule published each year.
Rich Park is owned and operated by the Town of Mocksville. Shelter reservations can be made by calling 336-753-6700.
Open gym times can vary depending on scheduled programs or events. On average, open gym are available:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday from 12:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Park hours are from sunrise to sunset. Park shelter reservations can be made by calling Cooleemee Town Hall at 336-284-2141
There are multiple ways to search for the latest programs and events including:
The new County Park is projected to be completed in May 2020. An official park opening date has not yet been determined. However, up-to-date information can be found visiting: http://www.daviecountync.gov/732/Davie-County-Repurposing-Project.
Senior Services rents the large multipurpose room to non profit and government agencies. All the details can be found on the rental tab on our website or by clicking on this link.
We believe in both the rights of families to raise their children without government intrusion and the right of all of children to be protected from abuse and neglect. These two fundamental rights seem simple as separate concepts, but balancing these equally important values within a mandated and highly regulated system may be a challenge. Child welfare is an incredibly complex system, both in terms of the abundance of overlapping state and federal laws and regulations which govern the scope and practice of social work and in terms of the complexity and sensitivity of the issues central to the work.
Applications for benefits and services are taken at the agency Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Call the agency at 336-753-6250 for further assistance.
DSS no longer issues work permits. Please visit the following links for information concerning Youth Employment.
NC Department of Labor - http://www.nclabor.com/wh/fact sheets/joint_state_fed.htm
You do not need an appointment to make an application. Applications are accepted on a “first come, first serve” basis. If you are already receiving benefits/services and would like to see your worker, it is best to call your worker first to make sure they will be available.
Information on becoming a foster parent in North Carolina is available online at http://www.dhhs.state.nc.us/dss/fostercare/index.htm . Call the agency at 336.753.6250 if you are interested in becoming a foster parent.
If you suspect a child is being abused or neglected, contact the Department of Social Services. This can be done by calling or visiting the office during normal working hours or, in the case of an emergency, by calling 911 on nights, weekends or holidays.
If you suspect an adult is being abused or neglected, contact the Department of Social Services. This can be done by calling or visiting the office during normal working hours or, in the case of an emergency, by calling 911 on nights, weekends or holidays.
A financial assessment is a means of collecting the Veteran’s household income information which is used to determine whether a Veteran is eligible for enrollment and whether or not the Veteran would be required to pay copays for care or prescription medication. VA is required by law to collect this information.
Not all Veterans are required to provide their income information to VA when applying for enrollment. Only certain Veterans who do not have a VA-rated service connected disability, who do not receive a VA pension payment or have a special eligibility, such as a recently discharged Combat Veteran or a Purple Heart recipient, must provide their gross household income (which includes spouse/partner and dependent children, if applicable) for the previous year when applying for enrollment for VA health care. This part of the application process is called an ‘income assessment or financial assessment” (also formerly called a means test) and is used to determine if these Veterans are eligible for enrollment and whether or not they have to pay copays for their health care or prescription medication. A financial assessment is a means of collecting the Veteran’s household income information which is used to determine whether a Veteran is eligible for enrollment and whether or not the Veteran would be required to pay copays for care or prescription medication. VA is required by law to collect this information.
It's a North Carolina Scholarship for Children of War Time Veterans.