262020May

Alamance County’s Response to Questions Regarding the Reopening of ACE Speedway

Alamance County Government officials were puzzled by Governor Cooper’s comments regarding ACE Speedway during the media update on Tuesday, May 26, since no one from the Governor’s office has reached out directly to the county, even after the county requested guidance and input. Local governments across North Carolina have asked repeatedly to have a voice… Continue Reading Alamance County’s Response to Questions Regarding the Reopening of ACE Speedway

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222020May

Alamance County’s Response to ACE Speedway

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5/22/20 Upon learning that ACE Speedway intends to reopen on May 23, Alamance County has decided not to prohibit its reopening during Phase 2 of Governor Cooper’s plan to reopen North Carolina. Over the past month, ACE Speedway has communicated extensively with the Alamance County Department of Public Health regarding recommended precautions… Continue Reading Alamance County’s Response to ACE Speedway

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202020May

Meals on Wheels COVID-19 Assistance

Meals on Wheels received a grant that allows them to provide temporaryservice for seniors affected by the Coronavirus. This benefits seniors age 60 and older in Alamance County that are no longer leaving home as they usually would, due to Covid-19. If you or someone you know is in need of home delivered meals during… Continue Reading Meals on Wheels COVID-19 Assistance

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202020May

CANE CREEK MOUNTAINS NATURAL AREA OPENS MAY 22, 2020 – BY RESERVATION ONLY

BURLINGTON, N.C.– Cane Creek Mountains Natural Area opens to the public on May 22, 2020. The Pine Hill Trailhead is the first phase of development in the new park and includes 3.5 miles of trail. Hikers will enjoy rolling piedmont hills, abundant creeks and streams, and some of the best views in Alamance County. Due… Continue Reading CANE CREEK MOUNTAINS NATURAL AREA OPENS MAY 22, 2020 – BY RESERVATION ONLY

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122020May

Alamance County Health Department Identifies Outbreak at Skilled Nursing Facility

BURLINGTON – Alamance County Health Department has identified an outbreak at the skilled nursing facility Peak Resources in Graham. Currently, two cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed at the facility. Both confirmed cases are among the staff. There have been no cases identified in residents at this time. NC DHHS defines an outbreak as two… Continue Reading Alamance County Health Department Identifies Outbreak at Skilled Nursing Facility

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82020May

First Rabies Case of 2020 Confirmed in Alamance County

BURLINGTON – On May 5, the North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health in Raleigh confirmed Alamance County’s first case of rabies for the year. On May 2, Burlington Animal Services was notified that a raccoon and a dog were in an altercation on Center Street in Burlington; however, the dog lives on Chandler Court… Continue Reading First Rabies Case of 2020 Confirmed in Alamance County

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52020May

Alamance County Urges Residents to Update Emergency Plans and Kits May 3-9 in North Carolina Hurricane Preparedness Week

Alamance County Emergency Management encourages residents to plan now for hurricanes by updating their emergency plans and supply kits. Hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30. “While many are focused on staying healthy and safe during this time, we also want to remind our residents how to prepare for a hurricane and mitigate… Continue Reading Alamance County Urges Residents to Update Emergency Plans and Kits May 3-9 in North Carolina Hurricane Preparedness Week

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12020May

Alamance County Health Department Identifies Outbreak at a Long-Term Care Facility

BURLINGTON – Alamance County Health Department has identified an outbreak at the skilled nursing facility White Oak Manor. The Alamance County Health Department collected 120 specimen from residents at the facility earlier in the week. Of those collected by the health department, 12 were positive results. In addition, two (2) employees have been confirmed as… Continue Reading Alamance County Health Department Identifies Outbreak at a Long-Term Care Facility

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302020Apr

PUBLIC NOTICE OF THE ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS’ REGULAR MEETING FOR MONDAY, MAY 4th, 2020

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Alamance County Board of Commissioners’ Regular Meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 4th , 2020 at 9:00 a.m. in the County Commissioners’ Meeting Room located on the 2nd Floor of the County Office Building, 124 West Elm Street, Graham, NC 27253. In order to comply with the Governor ‘s Executive… Continue Reading PUBLIC NOTICE OF THE ALAMANCE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS’ REGULAR MEETING FOR MONDAY, MAY 4th, 2020

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232020Apr

Alamance County Notified of First COVID-19 Related Death

BURLINGTON – Alamance County Health Department received notification of the county’s first death associated with COVID-19. The individual was greater than 65 years old with underlying conditions and receiving care at a hospital. To protect the privacy of the individual and their family, no further information about the individual will be released. “We are deeply… Continue Reading Alamance County Notified of First COVID-19 Related Death

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