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 COVID-19 Information

 

​Clarion County understands the importance of keeping the public informed with the most up to date information regarding the COVID-19 virus and how lives and jobs are being affected. This page will be updated frequently with news releases from state and local governments as well as anything else which deems necessary for the public to know. 

    • Local Information & Updates lists local resources and press releases from Clarion County Government as well as other entities within the County.

    • PA Press Releases is a collection of releases and updates from Pennsylvania agencies. This information includes number of COVID-19 cases, school closures, unemployment, food assistance, information for economically impacted businesses, and more.

    • When to Call 9-1-1 provides information of what to do if you or someone you know is showing symptoms.
       

Guidance to the Stay-At-Home Order

HELP STOP THE SPREAD: GUIDANCE ON MASKS

WHAT TYPE OF MASK DO I NEED?

HOW TO MAKE A MASK

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According to Pennsylvania Department of Health as of April 7, 2020,
THE NUMBER OF COVID-19 CASES REPORTED IN CLARION COUNTY:
9

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For more up to date information, visit:

If you need assistance locating or contacting local services, call or text 2-1-1 to contact PA 2-1-1 Northwest.

 

If you have questions concerning the Coronavirus within Clarion County Government, contact:
Department of Public Safety's Public Information Line, (814) 297-7995 from 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Monday through Friday.

For all other requests within Clarion County Government services, please follow these instructions:
PUBLIC ADMITTANCE TO COUNTY BUILDINGS
 
 

 FOR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS:

 

 

Over the last four decades, the Main Street America Network has painstakingly measured the impact of our work. Those numbers help us articulate the value of our work and make the case for the economic benefit of investing in Main Streets. It’s no exaggeration to say that data is a big part of the reason that our Main Street network thrives.  
 
Now, I’m asking for your help in gathering more data - this time to help us understand the threats faced by our small businesses in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, we need to understand our business’ ability to withstand what may be several months of suppressed revenue and we need to understand what kinds of support programs will have the most impact.
 
In short, strong data will make us stronger advocates to Congress, to state legislators, and to our local elected officials in explaining the kind of resources needed by small businesses to weather the storm.
 
Please consider filling out this survey by the end of today, March 6.

 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6K96DHF

 

 Contact Information

 
  • Emergency Management Agency

    Clarion County Department of Public Safety
    421 Madison Road
    Clarion, PA 16214
     
    Telephone: (814) 226-6631
    Fax: (814) 226-4294
     
    Denny Logue, Deputy Director (814) 297-7905
    David Dunn, Homeland Security Planner (814) 297-9702
    Brett Whitling, Operations & Training (814) 297-7995