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Upcoming Events

  • Monday, May 4
     Commissioners Meeting
  • Tuesday, May 26
     Proposed Budget Presented to Commissioners
     View Budget Schedulepdf
  • Monday, June 1
     Commissioners Meeting
  • Thursday, June 4
     Budget Meeting
  • Monday, June 8
     Budget Meeting
  • Monday, June 15
     Budget Meeting
  • Monday, July 6
     Candidate filing opens (elections)

Current Events

Historical flags
Historical flags will be flying at the Randolph County Historic Courthouse that have significance for our country and region.  (flag details)

Buy Fresh! Buy Local!
Farmers Market begins April 1.  11am - 1pm at the Randolph County Health Department located at 2222 S. Fayetteville St., Asheboro.

LITTER SWEEP - The Biannual Statewide Roadside Litter Cleanup is currently underway - please visit for details on how to volunteer.



Welcome to Randolph County’s home page on the World Wide Web! Our web site is an opportunity for citizens living in our county and around the world to access information and to obtain the latest news and public updates about Randolph County and its government.

Immunization Update

New vaccine requirements and changes will become effective July 1, 2015. The rule changes affect those children ages 15 months, 4 years, 12 years and/or 17 years. Visit  for complete information.

Tick and Mosquito Information 

Spring has arrived, which means it’s time to get prepared for the occurrence of tick and mosquito transmitted diseases. Click on the links below for information on prevention, treatment and signs/symptoms of such diseases as Lyme, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, West Nile Virus or Eastern equine encephalitis.

Know a Centenarian?

Know a Centurian?The Randolph County Board of Commissioners wishes to honor our centenarians. (details...)

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