Camden County, North Carolina is nestled in northeastern North Carolina adjacent to the Hampton Roads, Virginia metropolitan area (Norfolk, Virginia Beach) and the beaches of North Carolina's Outer Banks (Nags Head, Hatteras, Corolla).
Camden County is a great place to live, work and play with miles of waterfront along the Pasquotank River, the North River, and the Albemarle Sound. With large farms and wild swamps, Camden County offers a paradise for both the hunter and fisherman along with the birder and animal photographer.
Known for excellent schools and strong community spirit, Camden County is ... Where Families Thrive!
With the mosquito season here again, Camden County has set up a page for residents to request Mosquito Spraying in their area.
Seeking Historically Underutilized Businesses
Camden County is currently in the process of creating a vendor listing of Historically Underutilized Businesses in order to improve our compliance with the HUB requirements. A vendor listing would assist us in being able to identify those we could invite to bid on future projects.
Linked below is the 2015 Consumer Confidence Report for the South Camden Water & Sewer Drinking Water.
Are you looking to volunteering in the New Year?
Camden Senior Center is always in need of volunteers. The Camden Senior Center has many volunteer opportunities such as Meals on Wheels, BINGO hosts, and gardening help to name a few. We are looking for people who have special talents such as sewing, ceramics, woodwork, fitness instructors, and anything that would be influential in our senior citizens lives.
Camden County Senior Center
The Camden County Tax Office hereby gives notice that all persons who own property subject to taxation must list such property within the period set forth and any persons who fail to do so will be subject to penalties prescribed by law.
Wellness & Exercise
In an effort to promote moving more and wellness from now until February, the lights at the track behind Camden Intermediate School will be turned on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
Camden County has recently updated its flood zone information page. Click Here to visit the Planning Department's Flood Zone Information Page. For more information, call 252-338-1919 x 232 and speak with our Flood Administrator.
The next phase required by Section 110 of the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 (Public Law 934) is the 90-day appeal period to start July 8, 2016. This 90 day appeal period allows property owners who feel that his or her property rights will be adversely affected by the proposed flood hazard determinations may appeal that the proposed flood hazard determinations are scientifically or technically incorrect.
For more information and a copy of the paperwork on how to submit the appeal, contact David Parks, CFM, Floodplain Administrator for Camden County at (252) 338-1919 ext 232.
Camden County Library is working to expand its Genealogy and Local History collection. We need the help from past and present county residents to achieve this goal. Please click the following link to download the flyer for more information on how to make your contribution to this collection. Your donation will be greatly appreciated.
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