The Hyde County commissioners are meeting virtually via Facebook during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Hyde County Board of Commissioners regular monthly meeting will begin at 6 p.m. tonight (Jan. 4) in the Hyde County Government Center, Multi-Use Room, Swan Quarter.

Public viewing will be available via the County’s Facebook Live account and available to listen to via a phone dial-in. The agenda is below.

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Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, public attendance at Hyde County Board of Commissioners Meetings will be provided electronically. The meeting will be available to watch via Facebook Live or listen to via a phone dial-in for those without reliable internet access. 

Video of the meeting will also be posted to our website, as soon as possible following the meeting.

We are accepting public comments for all meetings and hearings via a web submission at, by sending an email to, or by leaving a voicemail at 252-926-5288.

Submissions must be received at least one hour prior to the start of the meeting for the first public comment period. Submissions submitted after that and prior to the second public comment period will be read or played during the second public comment period.

Comments on Facebook are not considered public comments for the meeting, as they are not always monitored.

Public comments are a time for the public to make comments to the county commissioners. Comments should be kept to three minutes or less and comments should be directed to the entire Board and not to individual members, the staff, or to other members of the public.

The live stream will begin when the meeting is called to order. You do not need to be a Facebook member to view the live stream. You can access our Facebook page by going to the following website

To use the dial-in option, call 605-562-0400 or 717-275-8940, enter the following access code 882 1001, and press #. These are not toll-free numbers, but you are typically not charged for long-distance when using a cellular phone.

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