Alamance County Code Enforcement Offices ensure compliance with building codes, zoning rules, and other regulations, typically working at the Alamance County or local level in North Carolina. The Code Enforcement Office enforces building codes and keeps records on all codes and regulations, as well as making reports about Alamance County building code violations. They investigate potential code violations and issue abatement orders, and the NC office also issues permits. These permits may be required for construction, occupancy of a building, and to prove the building is in compliance with Alamance County zoning laws. Code Enforcement Office records may be available on their website.
Burlington City Code Enforcement Burlington NC 425 South Lexington Avenue 27215 336-222-5116
Alamance County Town and City Halls provide municipal services for the Alamance County community, including playing a role in code enforcement in North Carolina. The Town or City Hall may be responsible for ensuring compliance with building codes and investigating possible building code violations in Alamance County. They maintain records on code enforcement, the current North Carolina building code, and approved and rejected building plans. Town and City Halls may also issue investigation reports on building code violations and any punishments or abatement orders for violations in Alamance County. The Town or City Hall may provide code enforcement records online through its website.
Alamance Village Town Hall Alamance NC 2874 Rob Shepard Drive 27201 336-226-0033
Graham City Hall Graham NC 201 South Main Street 27253 336-570-6700
Green Level Town Hall Green Level NC 2510 Green Level Church Road 27217 336-578-3443
Haw River Town Hall Haw River NC 403 East Main Street 27258 336-578-0784
Mebane City Hall Mebane NC 106 East Washington Street, Ste 3 27302 919-563-5901
Alamance County Building Inspectors verify that construction projects meet Alamance County building codes and regulations in North Carolina. They also monitor designs, building materials, Alamance County safety codes, and utilities, as well as enforcing codes. As part of this job, Building Inspectors inspect construction to determine whether it meets the codes, issues permits for construction projects, and creates inspection reports. Building Inspector records may include information on Alamance County code enforcement violations, permits issued by the inspector, and approved NC building projects, as well as violations and work stoppage orders. Building Inspectors may provide access to some of their documents online.
Burlington Building Inspector Burlington NC 425 South Lexington Avenue 27215 336-222-5088
Mebane Building Inspector Mebane NC 106 East Washington Street 27302 919-563-9990
Alamance County Building Departments ensure the construction of safe buildings by creating and enforcing Alamance County building codes and zoning rules in North Carolina. They also maintain records on building codes, reviews of Alamance County building rules, and any changes to the code requirements or regulations. The Building Department also reviews and approves building and renovation plans to make sure they meet code standard, and they also issue NC building permits. Building Department records include Alamance County building code violations, approved building permits, and compliance reports. The Building Department may provide online access to some of their code enforcement documents.
Burlington Permits Burlington NC 425 South Lexington Avenue 27215 336-222-5120
Burlington Planning Department Burlington NC 425 South Lexington Avenue 27215 336-222-5110
Burlington Zoning Burlington NC 425 South Lexington Avenue 27215 336-222-5085
Elon Planning and Zoning Department Elon NC 104 South Williamson Avenue 27244 336-584-3601
Graham Zoning Graham NC 201 South Main Street 27253 336-570-6705