Our Towns Habitat ReStores & Office re-open after Tropical Depression Florence

Hurricane Florence Updates

**UPDATE, Monday, Sept. 17: Our offices and ReStores will re-open normal hours tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 18.

UPDATE, Sunday, Sept. 16 at 6 p.m.: Due to severe weather conditions throughout our service area, Our Towns Habitat for Humanity will close all Habitat ReStores and administrative offices on Monday, Sept. 17.

Original post, Friday, Sept. 14:
Our Town Habitat for Humanity will be closing its three Habitat ReStores tomorrow, Sept. 15, due to predicted weather conditions as Hurricane Florence moves inland. The three ReStore locations affected by this closure are in Cornelius, Mooresville and Statesville.

These stores will also be closed Sunday, per our normal operating hours. We will evaluate conditions as they develop over the weekend before deciding whether the stores will re-open Monday. Please note, our Statesville store is closed every Monday.

Other ReStore locations are independently operated by local Habitat for Humanity affiliates and will make operational decisions based on their local conditions. To find information on the status of other ReStores, use this tool from Habitat for Humanity International to identify your local store.

Construction work on our home builds will go on as scheduled Saturday, with modifications. Volunteers scheduled to work on outdoor tasks will be reassigned to indoor projects, and work may wrap up early if conditions worsen. If you are signed up for a volunteer shift, you will receive direct communication about any changes to your assignment. Additional questions should be directed to volunteer coordinator Cathy Petriano.

Any additional closure/cancellation updates will be made here and post to our social media.