The Manager’s Office coordinates and implements the Board of Commissioners’ policies and directives, prepares and submits an annual budget and capital plan, assesses provision of County services to ensure quality and efficiency, directs public information, and works with economic development efforts.

Workload Measures 2019/2020
Number participants who complete County Government 101:
Number of residents receiving the County Newsletter: 174
Number of Twitter followers: 3,762
Number of Facebook Page Likes: 4,322

Updated 2/17/20

1) To provide information to the public, 90% of regular agenda packets will be posted to the website by 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday prior to Monday’s Board of Commissioners' meetingIn Progress
2) To grow an understanding of local government operations and encourage volunteerism and civic engagement, the County Manager’s Office will work to increase awareness of the Alamance County Government Academy to the citizens of Alamance CountyGoal Completeds
3) To increase public accountability and transparency, the County Manager's Office will create and disseminate a bi-annual Performance Management ReportIn Progress
4) To better understand employee satisfaction and encourage employee feedback, the County Manager's Office will conduct internal customer service surveys for the following departments: Human Resources, Finance, Information Technology, and Maintenance50%
5) To increase transparency, the County Manager's Office will provide quarterly fiscal monitoring reports including information on operations, fund balance, capital plan, and the insurance fundIn Progress
6) To continue moving forward with the Facility Plan, the County Manager's Office will coordinate a Building and Grounds Committee that will set a timeline and implement the first phaseGoal Completed
7) To prepare for growth while continuing to meet residents' needs, the County Manager's Office will coordinate and produce an Emergency Services (Ccom and EMS) long range plan that will analyze best practices, prioritize needs, and provide recommendations for moving forwardIn Progress