Craig Honeycutt is the County Manager for Alamance County. The County Manager is the Chief Administrator for Alamance County Government on behalf of the five-member Board of County Commissioners. The County Manager is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the Alamance County Board of Commissioners which establishes policies and adopts ordinances that regulates Alamance County Government.
Alamance County Office Bldg
124 West Elm Street
Graham, NC 27253
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Implementation of the Board’s directives and policies
- Managing all County departments to ensure adequate and efficient service to Alamance County citizens
- Oversees the preparation, presentation, and administration of the annual County Budget
- Attending meetings of the Board, informing the Board of the County’s financial and operational activities, and making any necessary important recommendations
- Liaison between the Board, the citizens, County departments, and other governmental agencies and organizations
- Craig Honeycutt – County Manager
- Bryan Hagood – Assistant County Manager
- Tory Frink – Clerk to the Board
I would first like to say how excited I am to be chosen as the County Manager of Alamance County. I appreciate the County Board of Commissioners having the confidence in me to do the job, and look forward to working with everyone to make Alamance County the best it can be. I do want to thank Tim Burgess and for the wonderful work he is doing in the interim, and I look forward to working with him and the rest of the wonderful staff full-time.
Just to let you know about my background, I received my undergrad degree from UNC-Pembroke in Public Administration and my Masters in Public Affairs from Western Carolina University. I worked in Troy, NC as the administrative assistant to the Manager, then as the Town Manager in Fletcher, NC for over 12 years until August 2005. Since August 2005 I have served as City Manager of the City of Laurinburg, NC. I am married, with three boys (7; 9; and 10) who will move up to the area once school and baseball seasons are over.
My first full day will be April 6, and we as a family are excited about the new opportunities and challenges Alamance County offers. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance, as we move forward working together. Thanks again.