Do you have information regarding an individual who may owe child support?

Please call the Anonymous Parent Tip Hotline at:
1-855-449-8741 (toll free) OR (e-mail)

The more information you are able to provide about the identity and whereabouts of the individual, the more likely it is that child support payments can be established and enforced.

If known, please provide the individual’s:

  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Address (location and directions)
  • Cell phone (contact number)
  • Employer
  • Last 4 digits of their Social Security Number
  • Recent Picture
  • The name of who the Child Support is due to

Learn more about Alexander County Child Support Services, visit

Second Primary Election, held Tuesday, July 15, 2014
There is only one contest on the ballot for the Second Primary.

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Recently some great changes have been made to recycling procedures at Alexander County Convenience Sites. Residents no longer have to sort household recyclables! That’s right, all paper, metal/aluminum cans, plastic containers, and glass go into the same bin. The only material to be sorted is cardboard. More plastics are also accepted now including cool whip/butter tubs, microwave dinner trays, and other plastic containers labeled 1-7.

Of course all material needs to be clean and free of food debris.

View the recycling brochure detailing what is accepted at the Convenience Sites.

Help spread the word!

If you have any questions please contact Alexander Solid Waste Department.

Recycling Brochure

Farmers Market
Alexander County Cooperative Extension is excited to announce that the Alexander Farmers’ Market will open for the 2014 season on Saturday, June 14 in the old hospital parking lot.

“We are excited to be back in a more visible location,” said Lenny Rogers, director. “This location is very central to the citizens of Taylorsville. The last few years’ markets have been huge successes with at times, the entire parking lot being filled with vendors and customers.”

Rogers noted that the market will also change to a Saturday-morning market running from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.


The Alexander County government-access television channel, which is broadcast by Charter Communications, has moved from channel 3 to channel 192.

The Alexander County government-access and education channels will remain unchanged on AT&T U-Verse on channel 99.