The Randolph County Register of Deeds Office, Board of Elections and Veterans Services Office will be closed Monday, July 29, 2019 for building maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Randolph County Fire Service Advisory Council
The Randolph County (NC) Fire Service Advisory Council will hold its regular (quarterly) business meeting on Thursday, April 18, 2019, at 6:00 pm.
The meeting will be held at the Randolph County Emergency Services Headquarters, located at 760 New Century Drive, Asheboro.
All meetings are open to the public.
Beginning Wednesday, January 2, 2019
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, 2019.
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, 2019 to avoid a 10% late list penalty on personal property, with the exception of tagged (registered) vehicles.
Late list penalty begins February 1, 2019.
Extensions must be requested before January 31, 2019.
Extensions are granted until April 15, 2019. Extension requests may be mailed to email@example.com.
YOU MAY LIST AT THE RANDOLPH COUNTY OFFICE BUILDING AT:
725 MCDOWELL RD—ASHEBORO, NC 27205
Monday thru Friday, beginning Wednesday, January 2, 2019 thru Thursday, January 31, 2019 from 9am to 5pm
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.
Governor's Volunteer Service Award - Deadline 12/14/2018
The North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service is a division within the Office of the Governor of the State of North Carolina that encourages community service and volunteerism as a means of problem solving across the state.
- Each NC county has a designated person who serves as the coordinator for the Governor's Volunteer Service Awards program.
United Way of Randolph County
363 South Cox Street
Asheboro, NC 27204
- Each year, the county coordinator solicits for nominations. Deadline to have to the coordinator is December 14th.
- Any individual, family, group/team from the public, nonprofit and private sector may be nominated.
- All nominations are submitted locally to the county coordinator.
- A local selection committee reviews and evaluates the nominations and forwards up to ten of the highest ranked nominations to the Commission.
- Upon nomination review by the Commission, recipients of the Governor's Volunteer Service Award are determined.
- A statewide panel reviews and evaluates nominations for the Governor's Medallion Award for Volunteer Service and determines which volunteers will be an award recipient.
Here you will find the 2019 Governors Awards application, it is in a fillable PDF format, it explains the eligibility and the submission requirements, please complete and save the PDF. Email the completed form as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come Hike and Walk with Healthy Communities A3
Walks will begin at 9 a.m. at the designated park.
- Saturday, Oct. 20: Walk at Creekside Park, 214 Park Drive, Archdale.
- Saturday, Oct. 27: Walk at Presnell Park, 5129 Seagrove Plank Road, Seagrove (address is considered Asheboro but is in the Seagrove area)
- Saturday, Nov. 3: Walk at Freedom Park, 800 Hamilton Drive, Liberty.
- Saturday, Nov. 10: Walk at Bicentennial Park, 151 Sunset Ave., Asheboro.
Hikes will meet at the Asheboro Downtown Farmers’ Market, 134 S. Church St., at 1:30 p.m. to car caravan to the site of the hike.
- Sunday, Oct. 14: Hike in the Birkhead Wilderness in Asheboro to Cooper Cemetery.
- Sunday, Oct. 21: Hike to the Gold Mines in the Birkhead Wilderness in the Uwharrie Forest.
- Sunday, Oct. 28: Hike at Ridge’s Mountain Nature Preserve maintained by the N.C. Zoo.
- Sunday, Nov. 4: Hike at Franklinville Rail Trail to the historic Faith Rock.
- Sunday, Nov. 11: Hike at Mount Shepherd Retreat Center to the highest point in Randolph County.
For all events, dress appropriately for an outdoor walk or hike over rolling hills and potentially rough terrain on hikes. Bring water to drink and wear closed-toed shoes for comfort. If it is raining at the time of the event, the walk or hike will be cancelled.
Hurricane Florence - posted 9/13/2018
The forecast for Randolph County has winds increasing this afternoon and tonight to 25-30mph, with gust between 35-40mph. Rain is expected to begin Friday. These conditions will last through the weekend. In total, we could see 4-7 inches of rainfall. As this time, we are not anticipating life-threatening conditions, but we are still planning for scattered trees down and power outages. The heaviest rain, thus the chance for flash flooding, could occur Saturday and Sunday.
Randolph County will open an safety shelter at the First Baptist Church in Asheboro (133 N Church St) which is across from Asheboro City Hall. The shelter will open at 8:00PM on 9/13/2018 for any resident that does not feel comfortable sheltering at home. If you decide to come to the emergency shelter, please bring the following items:
- Any prescription medications that you must take
- Personal hygiene items
- Pillow and blanket
- Cards, games, entertainment
- Any special food and snacks you may want
At this time, daily meals will not be provided unless local food establishments close due to power outages.
Although pets will not be allowed to stay in the shelter with you, we can accommodate your dog or cat in a safe, nearby location. Please bring a crate, pet food, collar, leash, and proof of vaccine. You will be responsible for the walking and feeding of your animal.
November 6, 2018 General Election
Early Voting Dates
Wednesday, October 17 - Saturday, November 3
Asheboro – North Gate Plaza 1463 N. Fayetteville St., Asheboro
Archdale - Archdale Community Services Building 213 Balfour Dr., Archdale
Franklinville - Franklinville United Methodist Church - 227 West Main St., Franklinville
Randleman - Randleman Community Center 144 W. Academy St., Randleman
|Times are the same for all locations:
|Monday through Friday
||7:00am - 7:00pm
|Saturday, October 20
||8:00am - 1:00pm
|Saturday, October 27
||8:00am - 1:00pm
|Saturday, November 3
||8:00am - 1:00pm
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
TO HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING
Monday, August 13, 2018
1909 Randolph County Historic Courthouse
Worth Street, Asheboro
On July 9, 2018, the Randolph County Board of Commissioners set a special meeting for Monday, August 13, 2018,at 6:00 p.m. at the Historic Courthouse meeting room, 145-C Worth St., Asheboro, NC.
The purpose of this meeting is to hold a public hearing upon a “BOND ORDER AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $58,000,000 AGRICULTURAL CENTER BONDS OF THE COUNTY OF RANDOLPH.”
On behalf of Chairman David Allen and the Randolph County Board of Commissioners
Amanda Varner, Clerk
Randolph County Board Commissioners
Notice of Public Hearing BOND ORDER AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $58,000,000 AGRICULTURAL CENTER BONDS OF THE COUNTY OF RANDOLPH
The identification requirements in North Carolina are changing and Randolph County has partnered with the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles to help spread the word.
Congress passed the REAL ID Act requiring states to issue identification that meets higher security standards. REAL ID is a single form of identification that meets those standards.
In 2020, travelers without a REAL ID must provide additional identification to enter airport security checkpoints and visit most federal facilities. In fact, some military installations have already begun to require REAL ID or alternative forms of identification to access the facility.
To avoid overwhelming lines, wait times or future delays in 2020, Randolph County and the NCDMV encourage you to schedule an appointment to obtain your REAL ID now.
To obtain a N.C. REAL ID, you must bring documentation to any driver license office that verifies your identity and current N.C. address. The complete list of requirements are available online here. You can schedule an appointment at any North Carolina driver license office by calling 919-715-7000.
If your license or ID card expires in 2020, you can renew your card as a REAL ID six months before it expires. The cost is the same as your regular renewal fee. If your card expires after Oct. 1, 2020, you can get a REAL ID for the cost of a duplicate ($13). Your expiration date will not change, but you will be able to renew your next driver license online and the gold star will remain on your card.
If you have any questions, please visit NCREALID.gov or contact Patrice Bethea at email@example.com or 919-604-1375.
Randolph County Fire Service Advisory Council
The Randolph County (NC) Fire Service Advisory Council will hold its regular (quarterly) business meeting on Thursday, July 19, 2018, at 6:00 pm. The meeting will be held at the Randolph County Emergency Services Headquarters, located at 760 New Century Drive, Asheboro.
All meetings are open to the public.
The Community Partner Forum on Child Abuse is scheduled from 9 – 11 AM on April 24, 2018 at Northridge Church. In person attendance is by invitation only due to the amount of people we can accommodate and the space available. Therefore, the event is not open to the general public.
For the general public and those interested, the event will be broadcast live on the Randolph County YouTube Channel (updated 4/24)
We have invited over 100 of our community professional partners including School(s), Child Care(s), Law Enforcement, Judicial, and Medical Professionals.
Presenters, in addition to DSS, will include:
- Sara DePasquale, Assistant Professor of Public Law and Government at the UNC School of Government
- Honorable Rob Wilkins, District Court Judge
- Andrew Gregson, District Attorney
- Dr. Kathleen Riley, Child Medical Evaluation Pediatrician
- A Child Abuse Survivor (now an Adult) that will share their story.
Do you ever wonder what there is to do around here?
The Heart of North Carolina Visitors Bureau has all of the answers.
The 2018 Visitors Guide is available at www.heartofnorthcarolina.com
Or request a copy here:
Randolph County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council - Requests for Proposals
The Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) has studied the risk factors and needs of Juvenile Court involved youth in this county and hereby publishes this Request for Proposals. The JCPC anticipates funds from the NC Dept. of Public Safety, Division of
Adult Corrections and Juvenile Justice in the amount of $319,622 to fund the needed programs. Such programs will serve delinquent and at-risk youth for the state fiscal year 2018-2019 beginning on, or after, July 1, 2018.
Download complete document
In order to apply for FY 2018-2019 JCPC funding, you must complete and submit your application online by accessing NC ALLIES. Please read and follow all instructions at the following link:
After submitting the application electronically, print and submit hard copies as indicated below. Private non-profits are also required to submit No Over Due Tax forms, Conflict of Interest Statements, and proof of 501(c)(3) status.
725 McDowell Road
Asheboro, NC 27205
The application deadline is March 30, 2018 at 1:00 PM.
Private non-profits are also required to submit No Over Due Tax forms, Conflict of Interest Statements, and proof of 501(c)(3) status.
NOTE: For further information or technical assistance about applying for JCPC funds in this county, contact Rich Smith, Area Consultant, NC Dept. of Public Safety at (704) 603-6833.
Do you or does someone you know need qualified representation and assistance in obtaining benefits administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs? Randolph County Veterans Services works to ensure the highest quality of claims preparation and development for veterans and their dependents with the intent of affording the claimants the benefits to which they are entitled.
Contact the Randolph County Veterans Service Office at 336-318-6909
Staff attempt to reach out to disenfranchised and unserved veterans as well as those readjusting from military to civilian life to establish working relations with local, state, and federal organizations to assist veterans and their families who are in need of medical, mental health, educational, or other services.