BURLINGTON – Alamance County Health Department (ACHD) was one of eight health departments awarded reaccreditation status by the North Carolina Local Health Department Accreditation (NCLHDA) Board on November 22, 2019. “All of the agencies recently achieving reaccreditation have much to be proud of. They have not only demonstrated their ability to meet a set of… Continue Reading Alamance County Health Department Awarded Reaccreditation – Receives Reaccreditation with Honors Designation
The Alamance County Board of Commissioners awarded the “Citizen Volunteer of the Year” and honored other finalists for their service at a luncheon held on Thursday, December 5, 2019. Chair Amy Galey presented the top award to Lee Isley, Planning Board and Recreation and Parks Commission Member and Edna Parker, Social Services Board Member. They… Continue Reading Isley and Parker Named 2019 Co-Winners of the Citizen Volunteer of the Year, Finalists and Others Honored
Board/Committee Opening/Vacancy Application Deadline Adult Care Home CAC 6 vacancies ongoing Nursing Home CAC 2 vacancies ongoing Alamance County Planning Board 2 vacancies 12/6/2019 Historic Properties Commission 6 vacancies 12/6/2019 Veterans Service Committee 7 vacancies 12/6/2019 Planning Committee for Services to the Elderly 7 vacancies ongoing Board of Health 2 vacancies; 1) General Public &… Continue Reading Alamance County Boards/Committees Vacancies
GRAHAM – The Turner Family Farm, home of revolutionary war patriot James Turner Jr., located at 2458 Brucewood Rd. in Graham, has been nominated to be recognized as an historic landmark. This is the site of Revolutionary War Patriot James Turner Jr’s Family Farm. James was born in Pennsylvania circa 1758. The Turner family originally… Continue Reading Public Hearing on a Designation of Historic Landmark for the Turner Family Farm
Alamance County Board of Commissioners Proclaimed October 23rd-31st, 2019 as “Red Ribbon Week” in Alamance County. Broadview Middle School Students, Chase Davis and Loriselle Acevedo pictured with the Board of Commissioners read the proclamation during their October 21st regular meeting.
Edit: Corrected Meeting Date With the upcoming spring launch of the 2020 Census, Chair Amy Scott Galey of the Alamance County Board of Commissioners has convened a 2020 Census Executive Committee. This committee made up of community leaders will help lead the charge in ensuring that all Alamance County residents are counted in order to… Continue Reading Alamance County 2020 Census Executive Committee Convenes – UPDATED
Will White, will serve as Alamance County’s 4-H Youth Voice Delegate at the 2019 NC Association of County Commissioner’s Annual Conference. Youth Voice brings together teens from 4-H and the Boys and Girls Clubs of North Carolina. The annual event offers sessions on Friday and Saturday of the conference to help youth gain a better… Continue Reading Alamance County’s 4-H Youth Voice Delegate Addresses Commissioners
Just a reminder there is no Commissioners’ Meeting scheduled for Monday, July 1st, the next regularly scheduled meeting is Monday, July 15th at 7:00 pm.
County Manager Bryan Hagood introduced the new Alamance County Capital Projects Website at the May 20, 2019 Board of Commissioners’ Meeting. The website includes capital and bond projects for Alamance-Burlington School System, Alamance Community College, and Alamance County Government Buildings and Courts. The website will also include project updates and progress reports as bond or… Continue Reading Alamance County Capital Projects Website
Official Notice of Public Hearing: Proposed Budget of Alamance County Fiscal Year 2019-2020 The Alamance County Manager has submitted his proposed budget for fiscal year 2019-20 to the Board of County Commissioners. A public hearing on the proposed budget ordinance in accordance with N.C.G.S. 159-12 will be held on Monday, May 20, 2019 at 7:00… Continue Reading Official Notice of Public Hearing and Notice of Location Change