The November Historic Properties Commission meeting has been cancelled.
The Alamance County Historic Properties Commission adopted the Alamance County Architectural Inventory at their meeting on April 8th, 2014. This document includes architectural descriptions and bits of history for over 700 surveyed historic sites in twelve of Alamance County’s thirteen townships. It is an update on the 1980 Alamance County Architectural Heritage, which included over 500 historic sites.… Updated Historic Architectural Inventory Now Available
The 2014 Community Profile is now available. The Community Profile is intended to provide a concise and informative snapshot of general trends in the county, including population, land use, housing, employment, and education. In addition, the Community Profile looks at data separated by geography and highlights differences between the incorporated municipalities and the unincorporated areas… 2014 Community Profile Released
Are you interested in land use planning, policy, or development? Alamance County is looking for a new member to serve as an alternate in an unexpired term that ends December 2014, after which the member may apply for reappointment for a full 3-year term. The Planning Board is an advisory board to the County Commissioners;… County Seeking Applicants for Planning Board
The Oneida Cotton Mills and Scott-Mebane Manufacturing Company Complex, located at 219 and 220 West Harden Street in Graham, has been nominated to the National Register of Historic Places as an important example of textile mill construction. The mill, constructed in 1882 by Sidney Scott and W. Calvin Donnell, was the first cotton mill in… Notice of Public Hearing: National Register Nomination
Public Meeting on Preliminary Updated Flood Insurance Rate Maps Date: Thursday December 19, 2013 Location: Kernodle Senior Center Rooms A & B 1535 S. Mebane Street Burlington, NC Time: 6:00 PM, Map Viewing 7:00 PM, Presentation 7:30 PM, Questions & Answers Alamance County residents and members of the business community will have the opportunity to review… Public Meeting 12/19: Determine Your Level of Flood Risk