AT&T advised Alamance Co Communications the 911 system has been repaired and is working properly at this time
On Sunday, March 4, 2018, AT&T notified Alamance County Central Communications that there is a hardware problem, and 13,291 residents are unable to dial 9-1-1 from their land lines. Residents may try calling 911 from cellular devices; however, as some systems are experiencing difficulties those needing emergency assistance should call (336) 570-6777 until further notice.
PRESS RELEASE Chairman Dan Ingle has signed a County-wide State of Emergency for Alamance County as of 3 pm today – following North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory who has declared a State of Emergency ahead of the approaching winter storm. With the impending snow event that is facing Alamance County, Alamance County Emergency Management will… Continue Reading January 21, 2016 – Countywide State of Emergency
On Monday, November 16 at their regular meeting, the Alamance County Commissioners honored Emily Wrightenberry. Ms. Wrightenberry, a former dispatcher from Central Communications (911) who has since been employed by the District Attorney’s Office as a legal aide, was honored for the performance of her duties during the early morning hours of October 13. She… Continue Reading Commissioners Honor Emily Wrightenberry