The Alamance County Board Commissioners will hold an evidentiary hearing at the October 19, 2020 meeting regarding the request of Callie Brauel and Nathan Hueing for modification of the Alamance County Manufactured Home Park Ordinance to reduce the road frontage requirement from 100’ to 50’ and minimum setback requirements of 45’ from centerline on the… Continue Reading NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING – Manufactured Home Park Ordinance
Due to the significant amount of rain and possible flash flooding from Tropical Storm Sally, the Alamance County Land Development Plan Input Session scheduled for Thursday, September 17 at Cedarock Park has been rescheduled. Please see the revised schedule for upcoming input sessions below: Saturday, September 19 from 11am to 1pmPleasant Grove Community Center3958 NC-49,… Continue Reading Alamance Land Development Plan Input Session Canceled Due to Inclement Weather
The Alamance County Planning Department periodically receives grant money to assist with the removal of abandoned manufactured homes in Alamance County. This program is available for all residents of Alamance County. The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources will reimburse the County for demolition of abandonedmanufactured homes. The grant allows up to $1,500… Continue Reading Alamance County Abandoned Manufactured Home Removal Grant
Please follow us on our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ACPlanning/ We will be having a facebook live event for our first Public Workshop for our Land Development Plan Update! Please join us!
Help develop a plan to address and guide anticipated growth in a way that will preserve community and rural character, foster economic development, and recognize the County’s natural and cultural assets. Attend any of the upcoming meetings beginning next week to provide input for the Alamance County Land Development Plan. Upcoming Public Meetings: March 17… Continue Reading Alamance County Land Development Plan Meetings
The Inspections, Planning, and Veterans Services Offices will be closed until 2:00 PM Tuesday, February 4, 2020 due to a scheduled power outage. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may have caused you. We look forward to serving you after 2:00 PM 02/04/2020.
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
Please take notice that the Alamance County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Monday, February 4th at 9:00 AM to consider the following: Moratorium on new Heavy Industrial Development Ordinance Applications This public hearing will be held in the Commissioner’s Meeting Room located on the 2nd floor of the Alamance County… Continue Reading NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Alamance Creek Week is from March 17-24 and includes events sponsored by various local governments and private organizations. You can learn more about Alamance Creek Week at the event’s official website: http://www.alamancecreekweek.org
Applications are still available for Homeowner Rehabilitation Loans throughout the County. This program provides low interest or deferred loans to low-income homeowners who need home repairs. Low interest loan rates vary according to your ability to pay and household income, going no higher than 5%. All clients must meet the HUD Income Limit of 80%… Continue Reading 2017-2018 Owner-Occupied Rehab Loan Program