Central Permitting Building, 204 E Academy St, Asheboro, NC 27203
Director: Jay Dale | P 336.318.6555 | planning@RandolphCountyNC.gov | Planning & Zoning Board | Fee Schedule
To develop and administer a comprehensive and strategic planning program designed to maintain quality and sustainable growth within Randolph County.
The administration and legal enforcement of land use is managed along with related development regulations. Planning issue analysis and related staff support is provided to the Board of Commissioners, the Planning Board, and related committees and organizations on public matters involving physical and strategic growth in Randolph County.
Randolph County Planning and Zoning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment Information
The Planning Board usually meets on the first Tuesday following the first Monday of each month at 6:30pm. The meetings are held at the 1909 Randolph County Historic Courthouse Meeting Room, 145-C Worth Street, Asheboro, NC 27203, unless otherwise posted.
The Zoning Board of Adjustment meets as needed and is announced on the Randolph County Homepage.
(Click here for Addressing information.)
Code Enforcement OfficerDavid Harris 336.318.6561
The Randolph County Growth Management Plan:
It is the intent of the Board of County Commissioners by establishing this Growth Management Plan to:
The Randolph County Growth Management plan was adopted February 4, 2002 and updated July 6, 2009.
Download/View the Growth Management Plan * PDF
*The Growth Management Plan opens in Adobe® Acrobat format, which requires Acrobat Reader. (Click here to download from Adobe.com.)
The following is a general outline and guide to land use planning and development in Randolph County. It should be helpful to a citizen as a quick reference and summary of County development standards and policies.
For more information a citizen should contact the Randolph County Department of Planning and Zoning, Randolph County Central Permit Building, 204 East Academy St., P O Box 771, Asheboro, NC 27204, 336.318.6555, or the appropriate agency as listed in this guide.
Click to download / view the entire Citizens Guide PDF* (Size: under 250 kilobytes.)