72019Aug

2019 Purchase of Development Rights, Alamance County Farmland Preservation Program Application Sign up

The Alamance County Voluntary Agricultural District Board (AVAD) will be accepting applications for the Purchase of Development Rights, Alamance County Farmland Preservation Program Sept. 3rd – Sept. 30, 2019. The applications can be picked up or emailed from the Alamance Soil and Water Office starting September 3rd, 2019. Applications must be returned to the Alamance… Continue Reading 2019 Purchase of Development Rights, Alamance County Farmland Preservation Program Application Sign up

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52019Aug

Alamance County WIC Program Introduces Lactation Stations at Community Events

BURLINGTON – Moms have an opportunity to breastfeed their infant while still being able to enjoy outdoor community events. The Alamance County WIC program has recently introduced a new community initiative, the Lactation Station, to create an environment where breastfeeding moms feel safe and welcomed to breastfeed while attending community events. The Lactation Station is… Continue Reading Alamance County WIC Program Introduces Lactation Stations at Community Events

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52019Aug

Champion Tree of Alamance County is Back!

Champion Tree of Alamance County is back! Alamance County is home to giant trees that have, against all odds, survived centuries of storms, pests, and development. These living monuments have cleaned our air, filtered our water and provided habitat for Piedmont wildlife over hundreds of years. From school grounds and city centers to backwoods and… Continue Reading Champion Tree of Alamance County is Back!

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262019Jul

County Government Academy Fall Kick-Off 2019

Now Accepting Applications Alamance County Government will kick-off the 2019 Fall County Government Academy on Tuesday, September 10th, 2019.  The County Government Academy gives participants a behind the scenes look at the county’s responsibilities and the vital role that county government plays in the community.  Join us in learning how your tax dollars are spent!… Continue Reading County Government Academy Fall Kick-Off 2019

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242019Jul

The Duke Endowment Awards $430,000 School-Based Oral Health Expansion Program Grant to the Alamance County Children’s Dental Health Center

BURLINGTON – The Alamance County Children’s Dental Health Center received a $430,000 School-Based Oral Health Expansion grant from The Duke Endowment to provide on-site dental health services in the elementary schools of Alamance-Burlington School System. These services will include classroom education, examinations, x-rays, prophys, fluoride, sealants, amalgam fillings, and case management. For more advanced cases,… Continue Reading The Duke Endowment Awards $430,000 School-Based Oral Health Expansion Program Grant to the Alamance County Children’s Dental Health Center

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12019Jul

Alamance County Board of Elections to Conduct Educational Seminar on Voter ID Requirement

RALEIGH, N.C. – The Alamance County Board of Elections will hold an educational seminar about voter photo identification requirements at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, July 16, at the Williams High School Auditorium, 1307 South Church Street, Burlington, NC 27215. The seminar is free and open to the public. Beginning in 2020, voters will… Continue Reading Alamance County Board of Elections to Conduct Educational Seminar on Voter ID Requirement

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252019Jun

Southern High-Mount Hermon Road Temporarily Closed

Due to a collapsed culvert, 1353 to 1363 Southern High-Mount Hermon Road, located between Bellemont-Mt Hermon Road and Rogers Road, has been temporarily closed. Repairs are estimated to take the next two days, and county officials anticipate the road will be opened by Thursday, June 27. For further questions, please contact the Alamance County Emergency… Continue Reading Southern High-Mount Hermon Road Temporarily Closed

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222019Jun

Status of the Ossipee Dam in Altamahaw

This morning, the Alamance County Emergency Management Office and the AO Fire Department were alerted to water leaking from the base of the Ossipee Dam in Altamahaw. Since then, the NC Department of Transportation, the Department of Environmental Quality Dam Safety Division, and the State Emergency Management Office have been in contact with representatives from… Continue Reading Status of the Ossipee Dam in Altamahaw

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52019Jun

Alamance County ISO Building Code Effectiveness Ratings Improve

According to the newest ISO (Insurance Services Office) Building Code Effectiveness Grading Schedule, Alamance County’s ratings improved from a residential score of six to four and a commercial score of five to three. This evaluation is conducted every ten years, and one through ten scores are determined by evaluation of administration of codes, plan review,… Continue Reading Alamance County ISO Building Code Effectiveness Ratings Improve

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