County offices will be closed on Thursday, November 27 and Friday, November 28 for Thanksgiving.
The Alexander County Landfill will be closed Thursday, November 27. The Landfill and Convenience Sites will be on regular schedule Friday, November 28.

  1. Swearing In Ceremony for Alexander County Board of Education
  2. Swearing In Ceremony for Alexander County Board of Commissioners
  3. Public Comment
  4. Election of Board Chairman
  5. Election of Board Vice-Chairman
  6. Curbside Trash/Recycling Collection Program Republic Services
  7. Report on Christmas Parade
  8. Proclamation Declaring December 1 – December 31, 2014 as Christmas in Bethlehem
  9. Resolution Authorizing Conveyance of Personal Property Pursuant to G.S. 160A-274
  10. Adoption of 2015 Alexander County Commissioner’s Meeting Schedule
  11. Adoption of 2015 Alexander County Holiday Schedule
  12. Schedule Called Meeting for December 8, 2014
  13. Budget Ordinance Amendments #15 & #16
  14. NCACC December Board Update Video
  15. Other Business: ***County Manager’s Report***

Meeting begins at 6:00pm at CVCC Alexander Center
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Recorded November 11, 2014 at the Alexander Central High School Auditorium.

Alexander County Department of Social Services would like to inform the community that applications for the Low Income Energy Assistance Program will begin December 1st, 2014.

  1. Households will not receive a Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) check in February.
  2. Energy Payments will be paid directly to the heating provider such as your power, gas, or Fuel Oil Company.
  3. Households must make an application for LIEAP Heating Assistance. THERE WILL BE NO AUTOMATIC ELIGIBLES
  4. Applications began being taken on Monday, December 1st, 2014.

Households containing an elderly person age 60 and above OR a disabled person receiving services through the Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) are eligible to potentially receive benefits from December 1st through December 31st or until funds are exhausted. Disabled persons are defined as receiving SSI, SSA, or VA disability.

IF THERE IS FUNDING AVAILABLE ON January 2nd, 2015 – All other households may apply.

If you need more information about the Low Income Energy Assistance program,
you may contact the Alexander County Department of Social Services at 828-632-1080

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Alexander County (hereinafter referred to as “County”) requests proposals and a statement of qualifications from qualified consulting/broker firms (hereinafter referred to as “Consultant”) to provide benefit consulting services including assistance with plan design, bidding and evaluation, contract negotiation, on-going evaluation, plan modification and other services required to obtain and maintain a competitive benefits program.

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Alexander County Home Health is your ONLY hometown home health agency. By choosing Alexander County Home Health, you not only keep your tax dollars in the County, you also help fund other services greatly needed for Alexander County residents.

Federal law gives patients the freedom to choose their home health care provider. Don’t feel pressured to go with the agency chosen for you or your loved ones by another health care provider.

DEMAND Alexander County Home Health for your skilled nursing needs. It’s your choice!

The video below can help answer many of your home health questions, or feel free to call us at 828-632-9704 x424 learn more.

Parade web site:

Available Floats:

Broadcast Information:

Entry Form:

Float Rules & Guidelines:

Parade Fees & Guidelines:

Please call the Parade office at 828-632-1366 or e-mail for entry information.

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

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