Alamance County Government Offices, Landfill and Convenience Center, and District and Superior Courts will operate on a three hour delay and will be opening at 11:00am on Tuesday (12-11-18) due to winter weather. For assistance pertaining to the winter storm, please call the Alamance County Call Center at 336-290-0362.
The Alamance County Graham Recreation Center Shelter located at 311 College Street will be closing as of 8am on Monday, December 10. For questions pertaining to the winter storm, please call the Alamance County Call Center at 336-290-0362.
Alamance County Government Closings Alamance County Government closures for Monday (12-10-18) due to inclement weather: County Offices Landfill and Convenience Center Alamance Libraries District and Superior Courts Clerk of Court’s Office District Attorney’s Office For assistance pertaining to the winter storm, please call the Alamance County Call Center at 336-290-0362
Alamance County has declared a local ‘State of Emergency’ effective today, December 9, 2018, at 10am. A state of emergency allows the County to coordinate and request additional emergency supplies and resources to mitigate the impact of the storm. It also places the county, citizens, municipalities, and towns in a better position for FEMA to… Continue Reading State of Emergency Declared for Alamance County
Due to the impending winter storm, the County is currently working to ensure that services remain available to residents. The County is planning to activate the Emergency Operations Center early Sunday morning staffed with emergency services departments and community partners. The Sheriff’s Department, EMS, and Central Communications (911) are working to up-staff in order to… Continue Reading County Preps for Upcoming Weather Event
The AT&T and Verizon network degradation that impacted 911 call routing and caller location have now been resolved. Alamance County will continue to provide updates if any new information is received.
Please be advised that the NC Department of Information Technology has received notice from multiple carriers that there are issues with both wireline and wireless services across the southeast portion of the country. According to L.V. Pokey Harris, Executive Director of the North Carolina 911 Board, “Carriers are addressing the issues at their respective levels… Continue Reading Multiple Carriers Experiencing Outages Affecting Calls to Alamance 911 Center
Please be advised that AT&T is experiencing outages that is affecting 911 service in Alamance County. Approximately 13,144 AT&T customers with local 336 exchanges including: 278, 440, 538, 584, 585, and 586 are unable to use their landline or internet service phone to call 911. At this time, the concentration of residents that have been… Continue Reading AT&T Outages Affects Calls to Alamance 911 Center
The Alamance Soil and Water Conservation District will have tree seedlings available for sale at the end of February 2019. Call now to place your order. The varieties offered will be: Loblolly Pines, White Oak, Buttonbush, and Yellow Poplar. These seedlings are useful to anyone who wishes to plant trees for borders, pollination, erosion control… Continue Reading TREE SEEDLINGS SALE