The Alamance County Courthouse buildings, including the Historic Courthouse (1 SE Court Square, Graham, NC), Alamance County Civil Courts (124 W Elm St, Graham, NC), and the J.B. Allen Courthouse (212 W Elm St, Graham, NC), will remain closed throughout the remainder of this week. Courts will resume normal operating hours on Tuesday, September 8th at 8:00 am.
Due to the positive cases identified at the Alamance County Detention Center, the Alamance County Judicial Leadership Team, in consultation with the Health Department, made the decision to keep the majority of court operations closed throughout the week. This allows additional time for Health Department staff to identify and trace those who were in close contact with anyone who has tested positive.
While Alamance courthouse buildings are closed to the public, the following operations will continue:
- first appearance hearings and other essential matters involving incarcerated persons
- that can be handled remotely
- 50-B complaints with requests for emergency domestic violence protection orders that
- can be handled remotely
- remote Juvenile Abuse, Neglect and Dependency court
- remote hearings previously scheduled before the Clerk of Court
Those who need to file documents can utilize the drop boxes provided by the Clerk’s Office at the J.B. Allen Courthouse and the Historic Courthouse.
If you need assistance, the Clerk’s office will be available by phone during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm at (336) 570-5200 or through department emails listed at https://www.alamance-nc.com/clerkofcourt/.