Alamance, Durham, Orange, and Person Counties are working together to update the Eno-Haw Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan and your participation and input is valuable! This plan update is required to maintain eligibility for future pre- and post-disaster funding from FEMA. This effort will also help the counties and incorporated municipalities to identify hazard risks, understand… Continue Reading Eno-Haw Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Outreach
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
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
You may have recently noticed some changes to pages on our county and library websites. This has been done to prepare our websites for some maintenance work that will be happening during the weekend of June 28-30. We are hopeful that this maintenance period will be uneventful, but wanted to let web citizens like you… Continue Reading Website Maintenance Notice for Weekend of June 28-30
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
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.
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
This past spring, Alamance County Board of Elections Director Kathy Holland was elected for a two-year term as first Vice President of the North Carolina Association of Directors at their Elections Conference. Over 300 elections staff from across the state meet each year to attend training workshops that promote best practices and continuing improvement. As… Continue Reading Alamance County Board of Elections Director Kathy Holland’s Appointment