Due to maintenance work being done, the Alamance County Board of Elections will be operating with very limited staff and capabilities on Wednesday, November 27, 2019.
Help the Alamance County EMS Fill the Ambulance For the Salvation Army Angel Tree. Donate a Toy on November 30 from 8 AM to 5 PM at the Walmart on Garden Road in Burlington.
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 Parks is pleased to recognize four new Champion Trees in Alamance County. The winners are: New Species: Winged Elm, Ulmus alata, 249 points Black Oak, Quercus velutina, 206.75 points Shagbark Hickory, Carya ovata, 253.75 points New Update: Yellow Poplar, Liriodendron tulipifera, 352.75 points Champion Tree of Alamance County began in 2012 and celebrates the… Continue Reading Alamance Parks Announces Champion Tree 2019 Winners
BURLINGTON – On October 22, the North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health in Raleigh confirmed Alamance County’s seventh case of rabies for the year. On October 18, Burlington Animal Services was notified that a raccoon and two dogs were in an altercation on Fairview Street in Burlington. Alamance County Animal Control sent the raccoon… Continue Reading Seventh Rabies Case of 2019 Confirmed in Alamance County
The Alamance County Landfill will host a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day on Saturday, October 19, 2019, from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm in the parking lot of Holly Hill Mall. The following is a general list of materials that will be accepted: Household cleaners, drain solvents, toilet bowl cleaners, oven cleaners, disinfectants Solvents, thinners,… Continue Reading Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day
BURLINGTON – Flu season is upon us and the Alamance County Health Department wants you to protect yourself and your family. Monday, October 7, the health department began offering seasonal flu shots to the public. This year, the health department will be providing the following vaccine options to the public: Quadrivalent flu vaccine injection which… Continue Reading Health Department Begins Offering Vaccinations for 2019 Flu Season – Flu Shots Now Available to the Public
The deadline for registration in the Veterans Parade is now Thursday, October 17, 2019. The parade honors our county’s veterans who gave so much in service to their country. The deadline is now extended to give as many people and groups as possible the chance to take part. All Alamance County veterans are invited to… Continue Reading REGISTRATION EXTENDED FOR VETERANS PARADE
Alamance County Public Libraries announces the temporary closure of the Mebane Public Library due to building maintenance. The Library will close on Thursday, October 10 at 6pm and reopen on Monday, October 14 at 9am. Patrons are encouraged to check out the library’s electronic resources found at Alamancelibraries.org or visit another library location. May Memorial… Continue Reading Mebane Public Library Closed October 11-13
Join the Haw River Trail and the community of Saxapahaw for our Annual Trailathlon, a Haw River Trail fundraiser. This multi-sport adventure brings together families and athletes of all abilities and skill levels to enjoy the natural recreation opportunities of the Haw River corridor. The race starts with a two-mile round trip paddle on Saxapahaw… Continue Reading 6th Annual Trailathlon – October 26, 2019 – 9am