102019Apr

Alamance County Public Libraries’ Committee Vacancy

The Alamance County Public Libraries’ Committee is seeking a qualified citizen to fill a vacancy on the committee. Members are appointed for a two-year term with no more than two consecutive years being served and must be a member at large from the County of Alamance. Description: To be a member of the advising committee… Continue Reading Alamance County Public Libraries’ Committee Vacancy

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12019Apr

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day

The Alamance County Landfill will host a Household Hazardous Waste Collection day on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Burlington Fire Training Center, 100 Stone Quarry Road, Haw River. The following is a general list of materials that will be accepted: Household cleaners, drain solvents, toilet bowl cleaners, oven… Continue Reading Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day

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12019Apr

Order of the Long Leaf Pine Awarded to Susan Osborne

At the April 1, 2019 Board of Commissioners’ Meeting, Deputy Secretary for Human Services, Tara Myers, awarded Susan Osborne, past director of the Alamance County Department of Social Services, the Order of the Long Leaf Pine which is one of North Carolina’s most prestigious awards. The Order of the Long Leaf Pine is awarded by… Continue Reading Order of the Long Leaf Pine Awarded to Susan Osborne

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272019Mar

Ringing out Against Child Abuse

Alamance County, in coordination with the Exchange Club’s Family Center in Alamance, invites the public to attend the Ring Out Event on April 1st at 12:30PM at the Historic Courthouse steps, located at 1 SE Court Square in Graham, NC. During this event, representatives from Alamance-Burlington School System and the Alamance County Department of Social… Continue Reading Ringing out Against Child Abuse

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212019Mar

Haw River Trail Wins Piedmont Legacy Trails Award

Haw River Trail Wins Piedmont Legacy Trails Award March 20, 2019: BURLINGTON – The Haw River Trail is celebrating recognition as the Piedmont Legacy Trails 2019 Awardee for Outstanding Trail Project. The award was given at the fourth annual Piedmont Legacy Trails Summit on March 15, 2019, and identifies high performing trail projects in areas… Continue Reading Haw River Trail Wins Piedmont Legacy Trails Award

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142019Mar

Second Rabies Case of 2019 Confirmed in Alamance County

Second Rabies Case of 2019 Confirmed in Alamance County BURLINGTON – On March 13, the North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health in Raleigh confirmed Alamance County’s second case of rabies for the year. On March 12, Alamance County Health Department was notified that a bat was found on the doorstep of a home on… Continue Reading Second Rabies Case of 2019 Confirmed in Alamance County

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142019Mar

Take Our 2019 Website Survey

Alamance County is conducting its 2019 Website and Social Media survey.  We want to hear how we’re doing to meet your needs and expectations and what your ideas are for us to improve our ability to serve you!  We want to know if we’re communicating effectively and what we can do better. If you have… Continue Reading Take Our 2019 Website Survey

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62019Mar

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: COUNTY NOISE ORDINANCE

Notice is hereby given that the Alamance County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing at its regular meeting on Monday, March 18th at 7:00 PM or as soon thereafter as the Board can receive citizen feedback on the current Alamance County Noise Ordinance. The public hearing will be held in the Commissioners’ Meeting… Continue Reading NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: COUNTY NOISE ORDINANCE

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212019Feb

March Food and Nutrition Benefits Issued Early

Due to the partial federal government shutdown earlier this year, all Food and Nutrition Services (FNS / EBT) benefits for the month of March will be available by March 3. Please note that this is not extra money. The Alamance County Social Services Department urges families to budget carefully in order to make sure that… Continue Reading March Food and Nutrition Benefits Issued Early

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212019Feb

Low-Income Energy Assistance Program

Alamance County households can apply for help covering the cost of heating their homes through Friday, March 29, 2019. The federally funded Low-Income Energy Assistance Program provides eligible households with a one-time payment to their heating vendor to offset the high cost of heating during the cold weather months. Depending on the household’s primary heating… Continue Reading Low-Income Energy Assistance Program

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