182017Sep

eWIC is Coming in 2018: Access Gets Easier to Support Healthy Families

eWIC is Coming in 2018 Access Gets Easier to Support Healthy Families BURLINGTON- In March 2018 EBT for WIC will be available in Alamance County. EBT for WIC, or eWIC, is simple, safe and convenient! The card works like a debit card at the store checkout. Participants buy only the foods they need when they… Continue Reading eWIC is Coming in 2018: Access Gets Easier to Support Healthy Families

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142017Sep

Health Department Begins Offering Vaccinations for 2017 Flu Season

Health Department Begins Offering Vaccinations for 2017 Flu Season Flu Shots Available Monday, September 25, 2017 BURLINGTON – Flu season is upon us and the Alamance County Health Department wants you to protect yourself and your family. Beginning Monday, September 25th the health department will begin offering seasonal flu shots to the public. This year,… Continue Reading Health Department Begins Offering Vaccinations for 2017 Flu Season

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72017Sep

Hurricane Irma Preparations

With the potential of impact from Hurricane Irma in the Piedmont region, Alamance County Emergency Management asks that you please take a moment to review your emergency plans, business continuity plans, and prepare for the potential of heavy rain and wind. You can help yourself prepare for an emergency by creating an emergency preparedness kit.… Continue Reading Hurricane Irma Preparations

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72017Sep

Alamance County Justice Advisory Council Vacancies for Commissioner Appointed Members

The Alamance County Board of Commissioners is seeking citizens to fill five vacancies on the newly approved Alamance County Justice Advisory Council. Each appointee will be appointed to a 3-year term and no more than three consecutive terms may be served. The five (5) appointed positions are as follows: Member of the Clergy or lay… Continue Reading Alamance County Justice Advisory Council Vacancies for Commissioner Appointed Members

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62017Sep

Fall County Government Academy – Spaces Still Available

The Fall County Government Academy kicked off its first night with “Meet the Commissioners” night.  Chairman Eddie Boswell, Commissioner Amy Galey, and Commissioner Bob Byrd discussed their roles as elected officials.  They also took questions from the participants. It’s not too late!  There are a few more slots available if you would like to submit… Continue Reading Fall County Government Academy – Spaces Still Available

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242017Aug

Planning Public Information Session and Public Hearing

The Alamance County Planning Department is pleased to announce the following upcoming events: Date & Time: Thursday, August 31, 2017, 4pm-6pm Location: Alamance County Agriculture Extension Office Auditorium, 209 N. Graham Hopedale Rd., Burlington, 27217. Public Information Session: The Alamance County Planning Department will hold an information session to provide additional information about projects underway… Continue Reading Planning Public Information Session and Public Hearing

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92017Aug

County Government Academy Fall 2017 Now Accepting Applications

Alamance County is now accepting applications for its upcoming Fall 2017 County Government Academy.  The academy is free and will run for 10 consecutive Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00pm (the County Landfill session will start at 3:00pm-5:00pm) at various county departments starting on September 5th and will conclude on November 7th. The County Government Academy helps participants… Continue Reading County Government Academy Fall 2017 Now Accepting Applications

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