News & Announcements
2012 RANDOLPH COUNTY TAX LISTING
Beginning Tuesday, January 3, 2012
All persons, farms, business firms and corporations in
Randolph County are required by North Carolina Law to list
all personal property except tagged (registered) vehicles for
taxation before midnight, January 31, 2012.
Please note that tagged (registered) vehicles will be listed for you by the Tax Department.
Fill out your listing form at home and return in an envelope by mail to avoid standing in line or drop it in our night deposit box located outside the office building. Mail before midnight, January 31, 2012 to avoid a 10% late list penalty on personal property, with the exception of tagged (registered) vehicles. Late list penalty begins February 1, 2012.
YOU MAY LIST AT THE RANDOLPH COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING
725 MCDOWELL ROAD, ASHEBORO, NC 27205
Monday thru Friday, beginning Tuesday, January 3, 2012 thru Tuesday, January 31, 2012 from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
PLEASE BRING YOUR LISTING FORM
NOTE: The schedules and guides for personal property values will be available for public review during the month of January at the Randolph County Tax Department.
Rabies Clinic - Tuesday, December 13
The Health Department and some local Randolph County veterinarians will co-sponsor a Rabies Clinic at the office of participating vets on 12/13/2011. The cost is $10.00 per dog or cat. Call 318-6198 for more information or visit our Animal Control/Animal Shelter page.
Local Landmark Designation
Local Landmark Designation John Wesley's Stand approved by the Randolph
County Board Commissioners on November 7.
Visit the Randolph County Historic Landmark Preservation Commission site
Annual Report to the Board of Health
Every year, the Randolph County Health Department submits an Annual Report to the Board of Health. This document includes important information and statistics on each program area within the Health Department.
View the Randolph County Health Department's Annual Report (2010-2011)
Emergency Alert System ~ Nationwide Test
The first nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System will take place at 2:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time) on November 9, 2011. Visit the Federal Communication Commission website for further details.
Safe Kids Randolph County in partnership with the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office, Randolph County Schools, Asheboro City Police Department, and Safe-T-Works, will be participating in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on October 29, 2011 from 10 am until 3 pm at Safe-T-Works, 624 S. Fayetteville St. Ste. C, Asheboro.
Please bring your expired and unused medications for safe disposal.
Used Prescription Drop Box
The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office has installed a drop box designed for prescription pills in the first floor elevator entrance at the Sheriff’s Office.
The drop box was obtained by the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office and provided by the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators. The box is designed for people to drop off their expired and/or no longer needed medication. According to recent statistics, more than seven million Americans currently abuse prescription drugs.
Each day, approximately 2,500 teenagers use prescription drugs to get high for the first time. This new drop box gives people the ability and opportunity to properly and safely dispose of their prescription drugs and assure that they do not get in the wrong hands.
The Randolph County Sheriff’s office is located at 727 McDowell Rd. in Asheboro. The drop box itself is located in the entrance to the Sheriff’s Office, where the elevator is located. People can drop off their prescription drugs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The prescription drugs can be dropped off with no questions asked and no paper work to fill out. The prescription drop box is for prescription drugs only. The Sheriff’s Office cannot allow any syringes or liquids to be dropped off in the drug drop box.
Proposed Regional Landfill Public Meetings Announced
- Oct. 4 Randleman City Council Meeting 6:30
- October 11 Franklinville City Council Meeting 7:30
- October 17 Liberty - Work Session 7:30
- October 25 Archdale City Council Meeting 7:00
- November 1 Seagrove City Council Meeting 7:30
- November 7 Ramseur City Council Meeting 7:30
- November 8 Staley City Council Meeting 7:30
- November 15 Trinity City Council Meeting 7:00
- December 5 Ramseur Board of Commissioners Meeting 7:30 added November 8th
**The County’s Public Works Director will gladly schedule a time to come to speak and answer questions regarding the proposed landfill to any civic group that asks. Just call 336-318-6606 to schedule a time.
Click here for more information.
One-Stop absentee (early) voting for the Ramseur Mayoral Primary is
currently underway at the Board of Elections office. (details...)
The 2040 Plan focuses on the policies and programs that are needed to enhance safety, improve mobility and reduce congestion for North Carolinians, as well as addresses all types (modes) of transportation for which NCDOT has responsibility: highways, aviation, ferries, rail, bicycling, walking and public transit.
Knowing which transportation needs North Carolina residents and visitors think will be necessary in the future, and which of those will be most critical is vital to the plan’s success.
Help NCDOT plan the future of North Carolina’s transportation by participating in the Public Input Survey for NCDOT's 2040 Transportation Plan.
Proposed Regional Landfill
Randolph County Government is considering the construction of
a new regional Subtitle D Landfill as a new revenue source for
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Randolph County Animal Shelter
The Shelter will be closed to the public September 29, 2011 for Maintenance.
Visit the Animal Shelter's new Facebook Page!
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2009 Community Development Block Grant Scattered Sited Housing
Notice is hereby given that Randolph County will receive sealed bids for the rehabilitation of one (1) substandard housing unit as designated in its FY09 CDBG Scattered Housing project until 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 24, 2011. A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference with site visit to the home will be held Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. Download Details
Request for Proposals
Request for Proposal - Clearing for Environmental Investigation Access at the Proposed Randolph County Landfill...(details)
Randolph County Quilt Trail
posted 7/28/2011 from Piedmont Conservation Council, Inc.
The Randolph County Quilt Trail showcases the heritage of farm families in rural Randolph County. Twenty-nine farms have installed quilt squares on their barns. Several of the barns on the trail are over one hundred years old. Each quilt square is different, and many have a special meaning, representing family history or tradition. Visitors are encouraged to stop and take photographs from the roadside. Several farms may also offer seasonal produce or other goods for sale. The Quilt Trail is a self-guided tour. While touring the Quilt Trail, please be considerate of private property.
The Randolph County Quilt Trail began in 2010 as a project of the Piedmont Conservation Council, with grant funding from the Natural Resource Conservation Service. The Randolph County Soil & Water Conservation District received and approved applications, and members of the Randolph County Quilters Guild volunteered their time to paint and hang the quilt squares.
Candidate filing opened July 1 for offices in Asheboro, Franklinville, Liberty, Ramseur, Seagrove, Staley and Asheboro Board of Education. Filing for these offices ends at noon on July 15.
Filing for Randleman and Trinity begins on July 25 at noon and ends on Aug. 12 at noon.
Filing must be done at the Randolph County Board of Elections at 158 Worth St. in Asheboro.
Visit the Randolph County Elections website for more Elections information.
NCDOT 2040 Plan
The N.C. Department of Transportation wants you to help plan North Carolina’s future transportation system by helping develop the updated Statewide Transportation Plan, also called the 2040 Plan. Because transportation projects can require years to plan, design and build, NCDOT must look ahead 25-30 years to identify the transportation needs of our state. So the 2040 Plan will serve as a blueprint for transportation planning and investment over the next three decades.
Please visit the NCDOT website at http://www.ncdot.gov/performance/reform/2040Plan/ for more information and to complete a brief survey.
Beginning June 1, 2011, all ambulance billing for Randolph County EMS will be managed by EMS Management & Consultants, Inc.
If your ambulance transport was before June 1, 2011, please contact the Tax Department at (336) 318-6516 to inquire about your ambulance transport statement.
Mail payments to:
Randolph County Tax Department
Attn: Ambulance Billing
725 McDowell Rd Asheboro, NC 27205
If your ambulance transport was on or after June 1, 2011, please contact EMS Management & Consultants, Inc. at 1-800-814-5339 to inquire about your ambulance transport statement.
EMS Management and Consultants, Inc.
PO Box 863 Lewisville, NC 27023
You may also go to EMS Management and Consultants website to submit payment at: www.emsbilling.com
The Randolph County Animal Shelter will be closed to the public June 30, 2011 for Maintenance.
Notice of Sale Of Real Property
June 30th, at 10:00 am at the door of the Randolph County Courthouse in Asheboro, North Carolina.
Safe Kids Randolph County
Safe Kids Randolph County wants to remind parents that a pleasant, sunny day like today can turn deadly for kids in a car. Every year, children die from overheating in vehicles, and a third of these deaths happened when temperatures were in the 70s or 80s. Remember, a car’s interior can quickly reach lethal temperatures. Keep kids safe, and please don’t leave your child alone in a car.
City of Trinity Alcoholic Beverage (ABC) Election
The Randolph County Board of Elections will hold an Alcoholic Beverage (ABC) election for the city of Trinity on Tuesday, July 19, 2011. Voter registration for this election will close on Friday, June 24.
The issues to be decided will be (1) To permit the “on-premises” and “off-premises” sale of malt beverages. (2) To permit the “on-premises” and “off-premises” sale of unfortified wine. (3) To permit the operation of ABC stores. (4) To permit the sale of mixed beverages in hotels, restaurants, private clubs, community theatres, and convention centers.
There will be one-stop absentee (early) voting at the Board of Elections office, 158 Worth St., Asheboro, during the following times:
- June 30 – July 15, 2011*
- Monday – Friday
- 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- July 16, 2011
- 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
*Please note that there will be no one-stop (early) voting on July 4. Randolph County offices will be closed July 4 for the Independence Day holiday.
On Election Day, July 19, 2011, the polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. in Trinity East, Trinity West and Prospect precincts. (view polling place information)
For more information on elections, contact the Randolph County Board of Elections at 336.318.6900 or visit the elections site - www.co.randolph.nc.us/elections.
Memorial Day Holiday
All County offices will be closed Monday, May 30 for the Memorial Day holiday.
Hurricane Preparedness Week
Hurricane Preparedness Week for 2011 - May 22nd through May 28th.
Visit the NWS National Hurricane Center for details.
The second quarter e -News is now available for download. See right navigation for past versions also...
The 2012 Proposed Budget Document will be presented to the County Commissioners on Monday, May 23 and will be available for review on this website Tuesday, May 24. Randolph County 2011-2012 Proposed Budget Schedule - Budget information
The Health Department and some local veterinarians will co-sponsor a Rabies Clinic on June 28th. Cost is $10 per cat or dog.
Electronics & Rigid Plastic Recycling Day
April 30th, 8:00 - 11:00am @ Randolph Mall, Hwy 64, Asheboro, NC
The Health Department and some local veterinarians will co-sponsor a Rabies Clinic on June 28th. Cost is $10 per cat or dog.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS FOR PROPOSED FIRE TAX DISTRICT EXPANSIONS
The County of Randolph (“County”) is proposing to increase the area of several existing rural fire protection tax districts (listed below) in accordance with North Carolina General Statutes and local legislation. Pursuant to this legislation, a report has been prepared containing maps of the districts and the territory proposed to be annexed, showing both the present and proposed boundaries of each affected district. This report is available for inspection in the Office of the Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners, Randolph County Office Building, 725 McDowell Road, Asheboro, North Carolina, or by clicking here:
The Randolph County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing for each of the following rural fire protection tax districts on these proposed expansions: Coleridge/Erect, Eastside, Farmer, Franklinville, Guil-Rand, Northeast, Randleman, Seagrove, Sophia, Southwest, Tabernacle, Ulah, and Westside. The public hearings will be held at five-thirty p.m. (5:30 p.m.) on April 4, 2011, in the Randolph County Commissioners’ Meeting Room, which is located in the Randolph County Office Building, 725 McDowell Road, Asheboro, North Carolina. All interested persons are invited to attend and present their views.
Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (DJJDP) And Randolph County JCPC Youth Gang Violence Prevention
Randolph County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council would like to announce the availability of up to $50,000 in Federal American Recovery Reinvestment Act dollars. These funds are time limited covering November 15, 2010 - June 30, 2012. No local match is required.
The Randolph County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) anticipates receiving funds of $319,622 from the State to fund the program types specified below. Such programs will serve delinquent and at-risk youth for the fiscal year 2011-2012 beginning on, or after, July 1, 2011. JCPC funds require a local cash or in-kind match of 30%. Based on the JCPC planning process conducted to date, the JCPC will consider proposals for the following needed programs:
- Psychological Evaluations
- Structured Day Programs
- Restitution and Community Services
- Family Counseling
- Individual Counseling
- Substance Abuse Services
- Cognitive Behavioral Groups
- Interpersonal Skills Program
- Parent/Family Skills Programs
Local public agencies, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporations and local housing authorities are invited to submit applications (Program Agreements) for programs addressing the above elements. Application forms and other necessary information may be obtained from Suzanne Dale at 336-318-6617 by calling Rich Smith at the Area Office of the Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention at 704-788-2941 ext 22. Program Agreements are due to Suzanne Dale, 725 McDowell Road, Asheboro, NC 27204-4728 by 1:00 p.m. on April 18, 2011.
Safe Kids Randolph County will be participating in a take back prescription program, “Operation Medicine Drop.” The events will be held at various locations throughout Randolph County during March 21-25, 2011.
Operation Medicine Drop is a prescription drug take-back event that allows you to safely dispose of your expired, unused prescription drugs or over-the-counter medications and keep them out of the wrong hands. Operation Medicine Drop cannot accept biohazard materials.
The following are the drop-off locations:
- Monday- Lowes Foods N. Fayetteville Street 10-3pm
- Tuesday- Lowes Foods in Ramseur 10-3pm
- Wednesday- Subway in Liberty 10-3pm
- Thursday- CVS in Randleman 10-3pm
- Friday- Lowes Foods on Dixie Drive 10-3pm
In addition, Archdale Police Department will be hosting an event March 24th at the Lowes Foods in Archdale from 12-3.
The following link provides the address to each location for the drop off locations:
For more information please contact Shea Cox at 318-6198.
The Randolph County Board of Commissioner’s will be
changing their meeting times and location
for regular business and rezoning.
Beginning May 2, 2011, the board will begin meeting in the Historic Courthouse on Worth Street, on the second floor.
Regular business meetings will be held on the first onday of each month at 6:00 p.m. Rezoning ublic hearings will be held on the third Monday each month at 6:00 p.m.
Governor Bev Perdue in conjunction with the National Weather Service and Department of Crime Control and Public Safety have declared this week as Severe Weather Awareness week for 2011. All week long the national weather service will be issuing informative messages to help you prepare for severe weather. Each day will cover a different topic. Monday will define severe thunderstorms. Tuesday we will cover lightning. Wednesday's topic will be tornadoes. Thursday we will talk about flooding...and Friday...the alert process.
On Wednesday...March 2nd at 9:30 am...the National Weather Service in cooperation with local broadcasters will conduct the statewide tornado drill in the form of a Required Monthly Test on all NOAA weather radio and public alert systems. The alarm test will activate the State Emergency Alert System and be carried by local radio broadcasters. This will allow schools...business...and residents the opportunity to practice their tornado drills and enact safety plans.
Over the last several years a number of North Carolina residents have been injured and even killed by lightning…tornadoes and flooding. Property losses from tornadoes since 2005 have exceeded $53 million. The recent active weather pattern this winter… if carried over through the spring could bring increased severe weather activity. Everyone across North Carolina should use this week to think about what to do when threatened by lightning...hail...flooding...and tornadoes. Thunderstorms bring a variety of threats...and knowing how to protect you and your family’s lives is important.
Visit the National Weather Service website for details.
NC Special Medical Needs Registry
It is estimated that 1.5 million North Carolina residents have some type of disability. Because of this, North Carolina Emergency Management has developed a voluntary special needs registry for use by counties and municipalities. If you have a disability or special medical need, you are welcome to download the Special Medical Needs Registry Application, fill it out, and mail it in to your Randolph County Special Needs Registry Project Manager to be included in the registry. By participating, we believe that you can improve your safety by assisting government officials in special needs planning. Please completely and accurately fill out the entire form. If any information has been omitted, your information may not be successfully placed in the registry.
Please note that participation in this registry is strictly voluntary and records are kept confidential.
Please mail completed forms to:
Randolph County Emergency Services
ATTN: Special Needs Registry
152 N. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, NC 27203
2010 Census results are now available.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced that the 2010 Census showed the resident population of the United States on April 1, 2010, was 308,745,538. View Apportionment History And The Changing Population of The United States @ Census.gov.