The COVID-19 pandemic that has hit the world and has lasted since the beginning of 2019 has not yet ended. This health problem causes a fairly high increase in mortality. In dealing with the outbreak, Indonesia has mobilized all its policy resource capabilities by focusing on cooperation between the government and the community. Public governance is a manifestation of the collaboration between ... [Show full abstract] policymakers and community institutions. At the village government level, the handling of COVID-19 is carried out by village officials, village institutions, community leaders, and medical and security forces. Thus, this study aims to examine the concept of public governance by paying attention to indicators of accountability, transparency, and cooperation in handling the COVID-19 pandemic. The research location was conducted in Karangrau Village, Sokaraja District, Banyumas Regency. In the analysis, this study uses an interactive qualitative method that relies on information extracted from informants from both community village officials, security forces, and medical personnel. The results of the study show that the program implementers have carried out activities well by using indicators of accountability, transparency, and cooperation. This study recommends that the accountability of policymakers be maintained, the level of transparency needs to be increased and cooperation between the community and village officials needs to be carried out intensively.