112014Apr

Updated Historic Architectural Inventory Now Available

The Alamance County Historic Properties Commission adopted the Alamance County Architectural Inventory at their meeting on April 8th, 2014.  This document includes architectural descriptions and bits of history for over 700 surveyed historic sites in twelve of Alamance County’s thirteen townships.  It is an update on the 1980 Alamance County Architectural Heritage, which included over 500 historic sites….

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182014Mar

2014 Community Profile Released

The 2014 Community Profile is now available.  The Community Profile is intended to provide a concise and informative snapshot of general trends in the county, including population, land use, housing, employment, and education.  In addition, the Community Profile looks at data separated by geography and highlights differences between the incorporated municipalities and the unincorporated areas…

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312013Dec

Interested in volunteering? Serve on an advisory board today!

Are you interested in land use planning, development, or historic preservation? The Planning Board and the Historic Properties Commission are looking for new members for the coming year. The Planning Board is an advisory board to the County Commissioners; its responsibilities and duties include the review of new ordinances, review of ordinance amendments, subdivision waivers, and…

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42013Dec

Public Meeting 12/19: Determine Your Level of Flood Risk

Public Meeting on Preliminary Updated Flood Insurance Rate Maps Date: Thursday December 19, 2013 Location: Kernodle Senior Center Rooms A & B 1535 S. Mebane Street Burlington, NC Time: 6:00 PM, Map Viewing 7:00 PM, Presentation 7:30 PM, Questions & Answers Alamance County residents and members of the business community will have the opportunity to review…

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