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
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
BURLINGTON- Three additional cases have tested positive for mumps, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to six. “We continue to implement our local public health response which has included up to this point offering vaccinations to the university population, identifying individuals with possible symptoms and supporting the university in increasing awareness”, says Alamance County… Continue Reading Six Confirmed Cases of Mumps on Local University Campus
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESeptember 24, 2019 Health Department and Elon University partnering to address illness BURLINGTON- Alamance County Health Department received notification on September 23 of a single confirmed case of mumps in a student who attends of Elon University. At this time, the cause of the infection is unknown and no other cases have been… Continue Reading Confirmed Case of Mumps on Local University Campus
The combination of high temperatures and humidity will result in heat index values reaching 109°F in some areas Thursday afternoon and evening. Prolonged high temperatures and humidity are expected to remain through the weekend. A Heat Advisory remains in effect through 7PM this evening for many areas within the Piedmont including Alamance County. An Excessive… Continue Reading Emergency Management Weather Update and Impact
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
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
Alamance County Government Offices, Landfill and Convenience Center, and District and Superior Courts will operate on a three hour delay and will be opening at 11:00am on Tuesday (12-11-18) due to winter weather. For assistance pertaining to the winter storm, please call the Alamance County Call Center at 336-290-0362.
The Alamance County Graham Recreation Center Shelter located at 311 College Street will be closing as of 8am on Monday, December 10. For questions pertaining to the winter storm, please call the Alamance County Call Center at 336-290-0362.