The Commission serves as Randolph County's official body to identify, preserve, and protect Randolph County's historic landmarks, and to educate the public about those resources as well as historic preservation in general.
- Natural heritage and related historical landmarks are some of Randolph County's most valued and important assets
- the conservation and preservation of historical landmarks can enhance the quality of life for residents and can foster economic development by helping to sustain heritage tourism resources
Procedures & Forms
|County Planning Director||Hal Johnson Chair|| |
|Commissioner District 1||Nan Kemp|| |
|Commissioner District 2||Fran Andrews Vice-Chair|| |
|Commissioner District 3||Warren Dixon|| |
|Commissioner District 4||Marsha Haithcock || |
|Commissioner District 5||Lynne Qualls|| |
|At-large Members||Bill Johnson|| |
| ||Mac Whatley|| |
| ||Bill Ivey|| |
|Alternate Member||Robyn Hankins|| |
The Randolph County Planning Department provides staff support and coordination for the Historic Landmark Preservation Commission. The County Planning Department is located in the Central Permitting Building at 204 E. Academy Street, Asheboro, N.C.; Get Map
Telephone: Asheboro- 336-318-6555, Liberty- 336-218-4555, or Archdale/Trinity- 336-819-3555.
The Deputy Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners also serves as Clerk to the Historic Landmark Preservation Commission. She can be reached at 336-318-6300.