Alamance County Government and the Alamance County Court System willimplement basic COVID-19 health screenings for all visitors entering any Alamance courthouse facility beginning Monday, August 10 at 8:00 a.m. Entry screening is one additional public health measure that Alamance County Government can use to help protect visitors and staff from spreading the novel coronavirus. Along… Continue Reading Alamance County and Alamance County Court System Implements Basic COVID-19 Health Screenings for all Visitors
The State Board of Elections has released information about election-related mailers, text messages, and phone calls here: https://www.ncsbe.gov/Press-Releases?udt_2226_param_detail=2224
The Alamance County Voluntary Agricultural District Board (AVAD) will be accepting applications for the Purchase of Development Rights, Alamance County Farmland Preservation Program Sept.1st – Sept. 30, 2020. The applications can be picked up or emailed from the Alamance Soil and Water Office starting September 1st, 2020. Applications must be returned to the Alamance SWCD… Continue Reading 2020 Purchase of Development Rights, Alamance County Farmland Preservation Program Application Sign up
The Alamance County Planning Department periodically receives grant money to assist with the removal of abandoned manufactured homes in Alamance County. This program is available for all residents of Alamance County. The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources will reimburse the County for demolition of abandonedmanufactured homes. The grant allows up to $1,500… Continue Reading Alamance County Abandoned Manufactured Home Removal Grant
The Alamance County Tax Office is pleased to announce the August 17th opening of a drive-through service at 378 Harden Street in Burlington (formerly Medicap Pharmacy). While no walk-in payments may be accepted at this location, drive-through customers may pay with cash or check. Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are also accepted with a 2.5% convenience… Continue Reading UPDATED 8/5/20 – New Drive-Through Service Opening August 17th for Alamance County Property Tax Payments.
The Alamance Chamber has long been an advocate for small business and know they are key to a community’s economic health. We’re proud to be a partner in the organization and funding of a new Community Recovery Loan program. The Chamber has partnered with Alamance County, the Alamance County Economic Development Foundation, and the Alamance… Continue Reading Alamance Chamber Proud to Partner in Launch of Recovery Loan Program
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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Alamance County Board of Commissioners’ Regular Meeting is scheduled for Monday, July 20, 2020 at 7 p.m. in the County Commissioners’ Meeting Room located on the 2nd Floor of the County Office Building, 124 West Elm Street, Graham, NC 27253. The health and safety of its residents continues to be… Continue Reading PUBLIC NOTICE OF THE ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS’ REGULAR MEETING FOR MONDAY, JULY 20, 2020
The Board of Health is pleased to announce that they have completed the Interim Health Director search after a competitive application and interview process. The Board offered the position of Interim Health Director to Alexandria Rimmer, MPH, and she has accepted the position. Rimmer will assume the health director duties beginning July 31, 2020 at… Continue Reading Interim Health Director
Please be advised that Century Link is experiencing mobility network service outages which is affecting 911 service to their customers in Mebane.Century Link is currently unable to give estimates for time of repair, but staff are working to restore service as quickly as possible. Alamance County urges Century Link customers in these areas to find… Continue Reading Century Link Mobility Outages May Affect Calls to Alamance 911 Center