Community Information & Resources (Openings and Closings)

Business Resources

The Governor released $1.5 million dollars of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Rapid Response funding to help impacted businesses. The Bay Consortium Workforce Development Board (LWDA 13) received $87,314.00 based on our Labor Force. This funding may be used to clean facilities and other emergency needs of small businesses (250 or fewer employees). These funds will be available until August 31, 2020.

Examples for use of the WIOA Rapid Response funds are:

  1. A small business needs its employees to be at work, on-site, but cannot afford frequent deep cleaning to help prevent potential exposure to COVID-19. Layoff aversion funds could be used to pay for a cleaning/sanitation service.
  2. A small business whose employees use specific software or computer applications asks their employees to work from home/remotely in order to support social distancing and limit potential exposure to COVID-19. Layoff aversion funding could be used to purchase the software/programs that the employees would need to use from home to support their work.
  3. A call center environment needs to have its employees work from home/remotely in order to support social distancing and limit potential exposure to COVID-19. Layoff aversion funding could be used to purchase remote access supplies, including laptop computers and/or smartphones, which the employee would need to use from home to support their work.

This funding is to be used for layoff aversion strategies and activities to prevent or minimize the duration of, unemployment resulting from layoffs due to COVID-19.

This funding would be on a reimbursement basis to businesses and the business must enter into a contract with the Bay Consortium Workforce Development Board (attached) outlining what services will be paid for along with a budget.

Application - for WOIA Funding

Private/Nonprofit Support:

Restaurants and Grocery Stores

  •  Dahlgren Walmart 
    • Hours: 7am to 8:30pm
      • 60+ Senior hours - Tuesdays, 6am-7am
  • Courthouse Food Lion 
    • Hours: 6am to 10pm
  • Dahlgren Food Lion
    • Hours: 7am to 10pm
  • Sheetz - Closed Lobby
  • McDonald’s - Drive-thru only
  • Roma’s Pizza - Only carryout and Delivery  
  • Benny’s - Only carryout
  • Five Guys - Only carryout
  • Tropical Smoothie Cafe - Online ordering and Carryout
  • El Charro - Carryout and 10 maximum dine-in
  • King’s Pizza - Carryout and 10 maximum dine-in
  • Vinny’s Italian Grill - Carryout only
  •  Ledo Pizza - Online ordering and carryout
  • Pancho Villa - Online ordering and carryout 
  • Dickey’s BBQ - Online ordering and carryout 
  • China Garden - Only carryout
  • Uncle Daves - Carryout
  • IHOP - Carryout only
  • King George Chinese - Carryout only

Community and Civic Groups 

  • King George YMCA
    • Effective March 16 until March 29th, the Rappahannock Area Family YMCA and its four locations (King George, Caroline, Ron Rosner, and Massad) will be officially closed for all operations.
    • Starting March 19, we will move from Same Day Access to scheduled intake appointments. Instead of showing up at a clinic, we ask that you call ahead to schedule an intake appointment.
      • King George - 540-775-9879
  • L.E. Smoot Library
    • To help reduce the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Smoot Library will be closed through Sunday, March 29.  

      Curbside Holds Pickup is now available.  Pickup hours are:

      Monday - Thursday: 10am to 12 pm, and 4pm to 6pm

      Friday & Saturday: 11am to 3pm 

      • Overdue fines will be suspended during the closure.
      • No donated materials will be accepted through March 29.  
  • Dahlgren Heritage Museum
    • Monday, March 16, Dahlgren Heritage Museum will be closed through the end of the month. Following guidance from the Virginia Tourism Corporation, welcome centers across the state of Virginia will close to protect staff and visitors during the COVID-19 outbreak. The base tour for Sat, March 21 has been canceled.  

King George County Schools 

  • During the closure of schools due to COVIG-19, KGCS will provide "grab and go" meals on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the following locations: 
    • King George Elementary School
    • King George High School
    • Potomac Elementary School
    • Sealston Elementary School
    • Fairview Beach (near the Shore Store)

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam - Press Releases

Virginia Department of Health Coronavirus - Updates

Center for Disease Control and Prevention - Updates

Organizations and businesses that would like to have information posted on the King George County Website for the purposes of informing the public about there new hours, hiring needs, additional services and general information that benefits the community can contact the King George County Economic Development and Tourism Department at (540) 775-9181 or email at 

Last Updated: 3/27 - 2:50pm