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.
Due to the impending winter storm, the County is currently working to ensure that services remain available to residents. The County is planning to activate the Emergency Operations Center early Sunday morning staffed with emergency services departments and community partners. The Sheriff’s Department, EMS, and Central Communications (911) are working to up-staff in order to… Continue Reading County Preps for Upcoming Weather Event
Local officials charged with operating and staffing Alamance County’s emergency shelter, have decided to close the operation by 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 19. At 1:00 p.m. today (9/18), the shelter was serving 14 clients. Directors of Alamance County’s Social Services and Public Health, along with their respective staffs, have initiated a closure plan with… Continue Reading Alamance County Shelter Closing Wednesday, September 19 at 1 PM
El Centro de recreación ubicado en la 311 College St., Graham será el refugio principal del Condado de Alamance a partir de las 3:00 pm del sábado, septiembre 15. Los residentes del centro de Amparo ubicado en Lamb’s Chapel en el campus de Haw River (415 Roxboro Rd, Haw River, NC) y el Centro Comunitario… Continue Reading CENTRO DE RECREACION GRAHAM ACTIVADO
The Graham Recreation Center located at 311 College Street in Graham will be the primary shelter for Alamance County as of 3pm on Saturday, September 15. Shelter residents at the Lamb’s Chapel located at the Haw River Campus (415 Roxboro Rd, Haw River, NC) and the Fairchild Community Center (827 S Graham Hopedale Rd, Burlington,… Continue Reading GRAHAM RECREATION CENTER ACTIVATED
The shelter at The Lamb’s Chapel church has reached capacity. Residents seeking shelter are asked to go to the Fairchild Center at 827 S. Graham-Hopedale Road in Burlington. For assistance pertaining to Hurricane Florence, please call the Alamance County CallCenter Line at 336-290-0362. Additional Alamance County Government information regarding Hurricane Florence is found at https://www.alamance-nc.com/emergency-information/.
El Condado de Alamance abrirá el Centro Comunitario Fairchild (827 S. Graham Hopedale Rd, Burlington, NC 27217) el viernes (09/14/18) a las 10:00 a.m. para todos aquellos que necesiten refugio de emergencia debido al Huracán Florence. Aquellos que buscan refugio de emergencia deberan traer sus propias mantas / almohadas, medicamentos, alimentos o suplementos dietéticos especiales,… Continue Reading Segundo Refugio en el Condado de Alamance
2nd Shelter Opening in Alamance Alamance County will be opening the Fairchild Community Center (827 S Graham Hopedale Rd, Burlington, NC 27217) on Friday (9/14/18) at 10:00am for all those who require overnight emergency shelter due to Hurricane Florence. Those seeking emergency shelter should bring their own blankets/pillows, prescription medication, special dietary foods or supplements,… Continue Reading 2nd Shelter Opening in Alamance
The Emergency Operations Center has been activated. For general questions relating to emergency operations or shelters, please call 336-290-0362. All Alamance County Government information regarding Hurricane Florence is found at https://www.alamance-nc.com/emergency-information/.
As previously announced, The Lamb’s Chapel located at the Haw River Campus (415 Roxboro Rd, Haw River, NC) will be open on Thursday (9/13/18) at 10:00am for all those who require overnight emergency shelter due to the anticipated storm. Those seeking emergency shelter should bring their own blankets/pillows, prescription medication, special dietary foods or supplements,… Continue Reading The Lamb’s Chapel Shelter Information