Randolph County Sheriff's Office
The Randolph County Sheriff's Office cordially invites the citizens of Randolph County to attend the (socially distanced) “Blessing of the Badges” at the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office located at 727 McDowell Rd., Asheboro, NC, 27205, on Monday, May 17, 2021, at noon. This will be held in conjunction with the Friends of Randolph County Sheriff's Office's dedication of the Fallen Officer Memorial.
The Fallen Officer Memorial dedication event was originally scheduled in March of 2020, but was postponed due to Covid.
We will honor our fallen and pray for every law enforcement officer and agency in Randolph County and their dedication to protecting and serving our community.
We do plan to provide Facebook live.
Randolph County Public Health - from NCDHHS
NCDHHS will begin moving to Group 3 for COVID-19 vaccines next week. Because vaccine supply is limited and the population of frontline essential workers is so large, Group 3 will begin with vaccinating anyone working in child care or in PreK – 12 schools starting on February 24. Additional frontline essential workers will be eligible for vaccinations on March 10.
Those eligible for the vaccine starting February 24 include staff in child care centers and homes, Head Start programs, preschool and PreK programs, traditional public schools, charter schools and private schools. Anyone who must be in-person – such as teachers, bus and van drivers, custodial and maintenance staff, and food service workers will be eligible to take their shot.
Some vaccine providers may not be ready to open to frontline essential workers on these dates if they are still experiencing high demand for vaccines in Groups 1 and 2, which includes healthcare workers, those who work and live in a long-term care setting, and anyone 65 and older.
To see when it’s your spot to get your shot, go to YourSpotYourShot.nc.gov (English) or Vacunate.nc.gov (Spanish). To find out where to get your COVID-19 vaccine, go to Find a Vaccine Location. You can also learn more about how safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines come to you, as well as 10 facts you should know about the vaccines.
For help with general COVID-19 vaccine questions, information on eligibility groups, clinical questions about the vaccine, and how to find vaccine locations and transportation services, call 888-675-4567 Monday through Friday from 7am to 7pm, and on Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 4pm.
Visit Randolph County COVID-19 Vaccine webpage.
Randolph County Public Health
February 17, 2021
Due to winter weather COVID-19 vaccine shipment delays, the Randolph County Public Health (RCPH) COVID vaccine appointment line is closed. Appointments for Thursday, February 18th will be rescheduled. The appointment line will reopen once we know when to expect vaccine.
Also, please note that individuals that contacted the RCPH pre-registration line earlier this week will be contacted when we have vaccine appointments available.
Randolph Health continues to offer a COVID-19 vaccine pre-registration wait list for their vaccine. If you are interested in getting on their waitlist, please visit: https://www.randolphhealth.org/about-us/coronavirus-updates/
COVID-19 Vaccine Update - January 21, 2021
The COVID-19 vaccine clinic scheduled for Jan. 23 at the North Carolina Zoo has been canceled, according to Randolph County Public Health. Randolph County Public Health says that staff is contacting anyone who scheduled an appointment to discuss rescheduling. Anyone who has not been contacted by Randolph County Public Health is asked to call the hotline at (336) 318-6227.
Vaccination Plan Page
COVID-19 Vaccine Update - January 18, 2021
Randolph County Public Health has a limited number of COVID-19 vaccine appointments available this week (January 19 – January 22). If you are eligible for the vaccine as part of Group 1 – all healthcare workers OR Group 2 – individuals 65 years of age and older, call the vaccine appointment line beginning at 8:00am, Tuesday, January 19. The appointment line number is 336-365-6110.
Please keep in mind that RCPH has an extremely limited supply of the vaccine and that the appointment line call volume remains very high.
For up-to-date information regarding the status of the vaccine supply please visit our Facebook page or our COVID-19 Vaccine Information Page
COVID-19 Phase 1 Vaccine Update - January 11, 5pm
Randolph County Public Health (RCPH) has an extremely limited supply of the COVID-19 vaccine. Currently, all of our vaccine appointments have been filled. We are not scheduling any new appointments at this time. For up-to-date information regarding the status of the vaccine supply please visit our Facebook page or our COVID-19 Vaccine Information Page
For general COVID-19 questions, call 336-318-6227.
Randolph County Public Health
Randolph County Public Health is currently scheduling appointments for COVID-19 vaccine for individuals eligible in Phase 1a and Phase 1b, Group 1. To find out in what phase you may be eligible to receive the vaccine, see the infographic below.
We ask that you please understand that vaccine supplies are VERY limited.
At this time, we are not accepting walk-up appointments. If you are eligible for the vaccine as part of Phase 1a or Phase 1b, Group 1, you need to call the new COVID-19 vaccine appointment line beginning Monday, January 11, at 10:00am. The appointment line number is 336-365-6110. This will be the only number accepting appointments. Again, please remember that vaccine supplies are VERY limited.
Vaccination Plan Page
2021 RANDOLPH COUNTY TAX LISTING
Beginning Monday, January 4, 2021
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, February 1, 2021. 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. Mail before midnight, February 1, 2021 to avoid a 10% late list penalty on personal property, with the exception of tagged (registered) vehicles. Late list penalty begins February 2, 2021.
Extension must be requested before February 1, 2021 and granted until April 15, 2021. Extensions may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOU MAY LIST AT THE RANDOLPH COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING - 725 MCDOWELL ROAD, ASHEBORO, N. C. 27205-7370 - Monday thru Friday, beginning Monday, January 4 thru Monday, February 1, 2021 from 9:00 A. M. to 5:00 P.M.
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.
Randolph County Trail Guide and Deep River State Trail Brochure Links
NEW Randolph County Trail Guide. Piedmont Legacy Trails (PLT), a 12-county regional trails system in partnership with the Piedmont Land Conservancy and the Piedmont Triad Regional Council, has produced the Randolph County Trail Guide that offers a description, map, and photo for each of the 19 trails in Randolph County. The Trail Guide includes the trails in the parks of seven municipalities, the Deep River State Trail, the Uwharrie National Recreational Trail, and the North Carolina Zoo. See link https://www.piedmonttrails.org/trails-near-asheboro/
NEW Deep River State Trail Brochure. Although 5 miles of the DRST are complete, they are in the three municipalities of Randleman, Franklinville and Ramseur. This Brochure contains trailhead locations, descriptions, map, photos and more. See link http://bit.ly/DeepRiverStateTrail
Please join us tonight October 21 on Facebook from 5pm to 9pm to raise money for the Randolph County Animal Shelter. Our goal is $7, 500 and we will be joined by Jordan's Way Charities. Please click here to make a donation to the Animal Shelter's GoFundMe campaign.
Tuesday, October 20, Special Joint Meeting and Public Hearing
View County Commissioner Chairman Darrell Frye's October 14th Report to the People of Randolph County
RANDOLPH COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES WILL SEE CITIZENS IN-PERSON BEGINNING OCTOBER 15, 2020
Randolph County Department of Social Services (DSS) closed to in-person public contact on March 23, 2020 due to the state of emergency amid the COVID-19 pandemic. On September 1, 2020, DSS began offering limited in-person services by appointment only. Effective October 15, 2020, services at Randolph County DSS can be obtained on-site without an appointment.
In-person service is only available at the main office in Asheboro at 1512 North Fayetteville, Street, Asheboro, NC. In-person services are not available at the Archdale office.
At this time, “in-person” does not mean “face-to-face.” When arriving at the DSS Office, all COVID-19 safety protocols are observed. You will be met at the entrance to the building and your temperature will be taken and you will be asked a series of questions about travel, potential exposure and symptoms. If you have a fever, travelled out of the country, or have recent exposure to COVID-19 or have symptoms of COVID-19, you will be asked to come back after an appropriate quarantine period or contact us through electronic or other non-contact methods.
Once cleared to enter the building, you will be required to wear a mask and maintain social distancing. A mask will be provided if you don’t have one. Please be aware that your contact with an eligibility services intake worker will be live and in real time, but virtually through electronic means by way of devices set-up for your visit. You do not need to bring a device or smart phone with you.
Should the appropriate waiting and service spaces within the building be at capacity under the COVID-19 guidelines, you will be given a pager and asked to wait in your vehicle until space is available.
Please remember, the same options for non-contact services exist and will remain in place. You can complete an application for most economic services on ePass at: https://epass.nc.gov/ . Your Randolph County caseworker is available by phone or email. You can also pick up applications and then drop them off at the drop box. For your convenience and safety, these non-contact electronic methods of conducting business with DSS is still encouraged.
If you have other questions, please call (336) 683-8000.
Randolph County Supports the Military By Donating Blood
Asheboro, N.C.— On October 29, 2020, Randolph County Government will be sponsoring its 11th annual blood drive to support the military. It will be held from 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the National Guard Armory located at 1430 S. Fayetteville Street, Asheboro, NC. It’s easy to save lives! By committing to give blood, you help ensure that blood is available when it is needed most. Give blood by scheduling your donation appointment online. Face masks will be required and they may still be administering COVID antibodies test prior to donating.
The Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) is the official U.S. military blood program. Providing an opportunity for service members, their families, and civilians to support our military in a definitive, meaningful way, the ASBP is a direct connection between those who give and the sick and injured who need their help. You’ve got what it takes to save three lives with a single donation.
Many Randolph County citizens have served, or are serving, their country. Some of those possibly have benefited from blood donated via this program.
Blood donated directly to the ASBP equates to fewer units they have to purchase from an outside source. Yes, “purchase.” Other sources of blood are sold to agencies that need the supply, including to the military. Our military has already given so much; giving back to them is one way of saying thank-you for their service.
Donations will support deployed military, Womack Army Medical Center, and other military treatment facilities within the Department of Defense. The Fort Bragg Blood Donor Center is one of more than 20 Armed Services Blood Program blood donor centers worldwide. The Armed Services Program is the official military blood program of the United States and provides a direct connection between those who give and military service members in need of life-saving blood.
Make your appointment today by one of the following:
• Using our online scheduling system located at: www.militarydonor.com and Sponsor Code: ASHE
• Contacting 336.318.6340
• Contacting Amanda Varner at email@example.com
To learn more about the Armed Services Blood Program or to make an appointment, visit: www.militaryblood.dod.mil. Support our troops. Give blood.
For More Information Contact:
Amanda Varner/ Randolph County Government
One-Stop Early Voting - 2020 Presidential Election
Same hours of operation at all locations:
Dates & Times
Thursday – Friday, October 15-16
Monday – Friday, October 19-23
Monday – Friday, October 26-30
8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, October 17
Saturday, October 24
8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday, October 25
1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, October 31
8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Randolph County Board of Elections
1457 N. Fayetteville St., Asheboro
Randolph Community Services Building
213 Balfour Dr., Archdale
Randleman Civic Center **NEW LOCATION**
122 Commerce Square, Randleman
Franklinville United Methodist Church
227 W. Main St., Franklinville
Find the closest early voting location!
NC Voter Tools at North Carolina State Board of Elections
Davidson/Randolph Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan
Randolph County is soliciting feedback and public comment on the updated draft version of the Davidson/Randolph Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan. If any citizen would like to comment or give input on the plan as presented, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by September 15th.
View the plan here.
Effective September 1, 2020, Randolph County DSS will begin offering limited in-person services by appointment only. Anyone needing in-person services should call DSS at (336) 683-8000 for an appointment. In-person appointments are only available at the main office in Asheboro at 1512 North Fayetteville, Street, Asheboro, NC. In-person services are not available at the Archdale office. When arriving for an appointment, all COVID-19 safety protocols are observed. You will be met at the entrance to the building and your temperature will be taken and you will be asked a series of questions about travel, potential exposure, and symptoms. If you have a fever, travelled out of the country, or have recent exposure to COVID-19 or have symptoms of COVID-19, you will be asked to reschedule your appointment and/or contact us through electronic or other non-contact methods. Once cleared to enter the building, you will be required to wear a mask and maintain social distancing. A mask will be provided if you don’t have one. Please remember, the same options for non-contact services exist and will remain in place. You can complete an application for most economic services on ePass at: https://epass.nc.gov/ . Your Randolph County caseworker is available by phone or email. You can also pick up applications and then drop them off at the drop box. For your convenience and safety, these non-contact electronic methods of conducting business with DSS is still encouraged. For more information call (336) 683-8000. Child Abuse reports are taken on the CPS Hot Line (336) 683-8200, or call 911 after normal business hours. Adult Abuse reports are taken on our APS Hot Line (336) 683-8300, or call 911 after normal business hours.
FREE COVID-19 TESTING
No appointment needed.
Please wear a mask to protect those around you.
Wednesday, August 19,2020
4pm - 7pm
Meadowbrook Road, Asheboro, NC
Tuesday, August 25,2020
4pm - 7pm
Crestview Wesleyan Church
180 Crestview Church Road Asheboro, NC
Wednesday, August 26,2020
5pm - 8pm Northgate Commons
1457 North Fayetteville Street, Asheboro, NC
Nasal Swab(PCR)Test - FREE
• Results available within 72 hours or less.*
• Providers will contact patients via text message with positive or negative results.
• The FDA issued Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to Thermo Fisher for this COVID-19 diagnostic test (TaqPath COVID-19 Combo Kit).
* Exceptions may apply with inconclusive results.
The PCR test is covered by insurance or submitted for reimbursement through the CARES Act.
Optional Rapid Blood Antibody Test - $50 Can determine if someone was PREVIOUSLY infected.
• Results available within 5-10 minutes of being administered
• The COVID-19 lgG/lgM (Whole Blood Serum/Plasma) Rapid Test Device utilizes lateral flow technology that is used for the qualitative, differential detection of both anti-SARS-CoV-2 lgM and lgG antibodies. This test is intended to screen patients, symptomatic or asymptomatic, for COVID-19.
Sensitivity: lgG 97.2% lgM 87.9%
Specificity: lgG 100% lgM 100%
• Registration on-site.
• Patients can meet with on-site provider before testing.
Community testing provided in partnership with StarMed Healthcare and the City of Asheboro, NC
Visit COVID-19 webpage
Randolph County Board of Elections Meeting
Time: Aug 11, 2020 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Community Announcement - Spectrum Internet Assist
Spectrum Internet Assist is a low-cost, high-speed broadband service that provides qualifying households with Internet service
for $17.99 per month.
To qualify for Spectrum Internet Assist, a member of the household must be a recipient of one of the following programs:
• The National School Lunch Program (NSLP); free or reduced-cost lunch
• The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the NSLP
• Supplemental Security Income (SSI) (age 65 and over only)
Programs that do not qualify for Spectrum Internet Assist: Social Security Disability (SSD), Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), and Social Security Retirement and Survivor Benefits are different from Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and do NOT meet eligibility requirements.
If you believe you may qualify, visit SpectrumInternetAssist.com.
• Enter in your 5-digit ZIP code to see if Spectrum Internet Assist is available in your area.
Meeting Notice July 8
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Randolph County Randolph County Tax Commission will be holding their Wednesday July 8, 2020 meeting via ZOOM session starting at 1:30pm. Any citizen wishing to listen may join the session at:
Meeting Notice July 13
Board of Heath 6pm - - View notice
NOTICE OF RANDOLPH COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH COVID-19 PROCEDURES
The Randolph County Board of Health is committed to maintaining the health, safety, and well-being of its citizens. With the continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Governor’s Stay at Home Order, and social distancing guidelines, the Board will live stream the May 11, 2020 Board of Health meeting at 6:00 pm on YouTube. Check www.randolphcountync.gov for the link at that time.
The public will not be in attendance at this meeting. However, citizens have the opportunity to present their comments prior to the meeting. Please direct comments to the board chair email address at email@example.com, send comments by mail to Randolph County Public Health, Attention: Board of Health, 2222-B S. Fayetteville St., Asheboro, NC 27205, or by phone at 336-318-6194. Comments will be accepted until 3:00 p.m. on May 11th. Those comments will be read aloud during the scheduled public comment period of the meeting. Public comment rules will still apply as follows:
The public comment period will be limited to 15 minutes at the beginning of the meeting; if more time is required it will be at the discretion of the Board. Each speaker must give his/her name both orally and in writing before speaking. Speakers will be limited to 3 minutes. Comments are to be directed to the Board as a whole and not to one individual board member. Response, discussion or action concerning issues raised during the public input session will be at the discretion of the Board. Speakers will be courteous in their language and presentation. Speakers should not discuss matters which concern the candidacy of any person seeking public office or matters in current or anticipated litigation.
Thank you for your understanding as we all work through this pandemic together.
Randolph County Health Director
April 21, 2020 - Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer Program
We are excited to share that North Carolina just received approval for the Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) program to help more families purchase food during the COVID-19 pandemic. The P-EBT program provides a benefit on an EBT card to North Carolina families whose children have access to free and reduced lunch at school.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) is working to operationalize the program and P-EBT recipients will receive this benefit in coming weeks. More than 800,000 children are expected to receive help buying food through the P-EBT program.
Families will not need to apply for the P-EBT program. P-EBT eligible families already receiving Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) benefits will receive an additional benefit on their existing EBT card. P-EBT eligible families not already enrolled in FNS will be mailed a new EBT card in the next few weeks. Families who receive a new EBT card will receive a letter from DHHS in the mail explaining how to activate and use their card.
NCDHHS, working in collaboration with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, requested activation of the P-EBT program for North Carolina families to use during school closures. This request was approved earlier today by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
This new P-EBT program is in addition to other services families may be participating in currently. We encourage families to continue utilizing local school and community meal sites for free, nutritious meals for children. Families can text FOODNC to 877-877 to find local meal sites. The service is also available in Spanish by texting COMIDA to 877-877.
PERMITS BY MAIL:
Beginning immediately (April 8, 2020), The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office will begin accepting NEW Concealed Handgun Permit applications by mail only, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
View the April 8 Press Release for Details
Randolph County Tax Commission April 8, 2020 meeting
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Randolph County Tax Commission will be holding their Wednesday April 8, 2020 meeting via ZOOM session at 1:30 pm. Any citizen wishing to listen to the meeting may join the session at:
Meeting ID: 808 341 7133
April 1, 2020
Hello, North Carolina neighbors! The U.S. Census Bureau has been working for more than a decade on the 2020 Census, and today is an important day. April 1 – Census Day – the reference day for the 2020 Census. We use this day to determine who and where you are counted in the 2020 Census. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRYHXR5nL98 You should include everyone who usually lives and sleeps in your home as of April 1, even if they are staying somewhere else temporarily. This includes relatives, friends, roommates, and anyone else who lives and sleeps in your home most of the time—even children under 5 and babies born on before April 1, even if they are in the hospital. We are strongly encouraging the public to respond to the 2020 Census online using a desktop computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet. You can also respond by phone or mail, and you can complete the 2020 Census online in English or 12 other languages and find assistance in many more. It has never been easier to respond on your own—all without having to meet a census taker. This is your chance not only to shape your future but North Carolina's future. Shape your future. START HERE. Visit: https://go.usa.gov/xdK8v