The County is currently in the process of creating a new strategic plan to help guide the actions of the County in the future. For more information, visit the Strategic Plan website here: https://www.alamance-nc.com/strategicplan/.
The 2014 Community Profile was adopted by the Alamance County Planning Board on March 13, 2014. It includes data and trends on population, land use, housing, employment, and education. It will be updated with new data every two years.
Alamance County Land Development Plan
The Alamance County Land Development Plan was adopted by the Alamance County Board of Commissioners in August of 2007. The Plan was developed by the County Planning Staff and Planning Board in conjunction with the Piedmont Triad Council of Governments (PTCOG). This Plan identifies areas of recent growth, trends of growth, and establishes policy recommendations for the County as we move forward.
The full-text of this Plan and the Community Meeting report may be found by clicking the links below.
The Destination 2020 Plan is a broader reaching policy plan that deals with education, schools, infrastructure improvements, water and air quality, as well as land use and development. The Plan was adopted by the Board Commissioners on April 21, 2003.
The full-text of the Plan can be found by clicking the link below.
These programs traditionally serve low-income, elderly and special needs citizens within the County. These programs are typically grant funded and require specialized management to process applications, solicit bids, and manage projects.
Due the specialized nature of the management needed, most of the County’s Community Development work is now managed through the Piedmont Triad Regional Council and the Burlington Community Development Division.
More information can be found on their websites:
http://www.ptrc.org/index.aspx or by calling (336) 904-0300.
http://www.ci.burlington.nc.us/index.aspx?nid=175 or by calling 336-222-5070.
Abandoned Manufactured Home Removal Grant
The Planning Department currently has an application in to renew its Abandoned Manufactured Home Program Grant.
In previous years, grant funding from the NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources enabled the County to provide financial assistance for the removal and recycling of abandoned manufactured homes.
More information on the program is available here: http://portal.ncdenr.org/web/deao/recycling/amh
Any applications received at this time will be placed on a waiting list in the order they are received. Applications are available here.
Other Notable Previous Projects
Notable Previous Projects can be found here.