Welcome to Randolph County! 

Our web site is an opportunity for citizens living in our county and around the world to access information and to obtain the latest news and public updates about Randolph County and its government.

Gently rolling hills, river valleys, and forest land characterize Randolph County's 790 square miles. It is the 11th largest county in North Carolina and has the 19th highest population in the state. The towns of Archdale, Asheboro, Franklinville, Liberty, Ramseur, Randleman, Seagrove, Staley and Trinity are located within Randolph County with Asheboro being the county seat.  (learn more about Randolph County





Upcoming Events

Monday, December 6
Special Public Hearing (notice) (details)
Cancellation of Regular Commissioners Meeting (details)

Tuesday, December 7
Planning Board Meeting (details) (agenda)

Thursday, December 9
Special Commissioners Meeting (details)(notice)  Facebook link   

Thursday, Friday & Monday, December 23, 24, 27
County Offices Closed

Friday, December 31
County Offices Closed

Monday, January 3
Commissioners Meeting (details)  Facebook link   


Hope Haywood, Randolph County Commissioner Joins 100 Counties Prepared Task Force Meeting to Discuss Disaster and Emergency Preparedness Training for County Commissioners ... details 

Commissioner David Allen sworn in as North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC) Board Member ... details

Internet Connectivity Survey for NC Households and Businesses

The North Carolina Broadband Infrastructure Office, with the Friday Institute at NC State University, is conducting this five-minute survey to gather data on internet connectivity for North Carolina households and businesses. The data will be used to inform research, policy and funding recommendations to assist communities where internet access is inadequate. 

Learn more about the Survey
Take survey.