Services & Control
||Responsible for investigating
animal cruelty, enforcing existing animal control laws, and managing
is governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners, which adopts
an annual budget, establishes the property tax rate, sets policies
and objectives, and adopts ordinances, rules and regulations in
addition to other responsibilities.
accurate, free and efficient elections for all federal, state,
county and special elections.|
|Building Standards Division
||Provides the services
necessary to protect the lives & safety of the citizens of
Iredell County in a professional and courteous manner, through
the enforcement of the North Carolina State Building Codes and
associated State and Local Regulations.
Supports the community in meeting residential building and development compliance through quality permitting services and resources. Central Permitting is a division of the Environmental Health, Code Enforcement, and Planning & Transporation Departments and assists with permitting functions, records retention, and financial processes.
|Clerk of Court
|| Iredell county, court, trial, district 22A Iredell County Courthouse North Carolina's unified Judicial Branch is one of three equal and independent branches of state government. Some counties are grouped together to form one judicial district.
The Twenty-second Judicial District is comprised of Alexander, Davidson, Davie, and Iredell counties. This site contains information regarding the courts in the Iredell County Courthouse and information of general interest about the North Carolina Court System.
Attorneys and citizens have on-line access to court calendars, schedules, local rules, judicial forms, and court contract information. Also, there is easy access to information on court programs, court processes, and general information on the workings of the North Carolina Court System.
||Cooperative Extension Service is the outreach arm of
the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at North
Carolina State University and the School of Agriculture at North Carolina A&T State University, consisting
county agents, professors, scientists and volunteers working together
to improve the quality of life in North Carolina.
county departments under the general control of the County
||Staffed twenty-four hours a day, receives all 911 calls
for all cities and the county.
||Promotes community preparedness and disaster
management by creating and delivering various projects and programs.
Special emphasis is placed upon disaster preparedness, prevention,
response, and recovery.
||Provides 24 hour prehospital emergency care
at the paramedic level throughout the county to all
Iredell County residents.
||The Facility Services Department provides service for
Iredell County Buildings. This includes maintenance and upkeep on
the buildings and grounds.
county finances including accounts payable, payroll,
budget, debt and investment administration, fixed assets,
purchasing, auditing, accounts receivable, and financial
reporting and analysis.
Improves public safety by
promoting the control of fire hazards; prevention of loss
of life and property due to hazardous materials, man-made hazards
and other natural hazards.
Responsible for administering the personnel
policy, ensures compliance; administers employee benefits, classification
and pay plan; and maintains personnel records and files. Safety
section is responsible for administering the safety policy, investigating
accidents, reviewing safety standards, and assisting other departments
in maintaining a safe work environment.
computer and communication services including systems support and
management, telecommunications, application development, web development,
email services and GIS.
trails, and open space; year-round athletic programs; and special
events to enhance the quality of life.
||The Planning Division is responsible for zoning requests
and enforcement, subdivisions and property splits, property description
forms (prior to building and health permits), flood and census data,
house numbering, street signs, and other related matters.
||Offers adult and juvenile collections, reference resources,
Internet access and CD and DVD checkout at two library facilities
and through a bookmobile.
|Public Health Department
The goal of the Iredell County Public Health
Department is to promote and protect the personal and environmental
health of the over 100,0000 citizens of Iredell County. This goal
is accomplished by actively working to safeguard personal health
and promote quality health for all ages, promoting healthy lifestyles
through education, and monitoring potential environmental health
maintains official documents including land records, marriage
licenses, birth certificates and death certificates. |
maintains public safety.
financial assistance, protective services, and an array of services
to help individuals and families maintain/enhance health, safety and
|Soil & Water Conservation District
||The Iredell Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) is a local organization that promotes the wise use and management of our natural resources: soil, water, air, plants, and animals. The District administers and supports local, state, and federal programs which improve water quality and reduce non-point source pollution on agricultural lands. In addition, the District provides educational programs for schools, civic groups, and other organizations.
||Operates both a Municipal Solid Waste landfill and a
Transfer Station. Maintains three sites around
the county for disposal and recycling by citizens. Provides educational
opportunities and assistance with recycling and anti-litter programs.
Responsible for the enforcement of solid waste ordinances.
Administration / Land Records
||The Iredell County Tax Department
is responsible listing, appraising and assessing all real property,
personal property and registered motor vehicles within Iredell County,
its five municipalities and all special districts. The Tax Collections
Division is charged with the duty of collecting all current taxes
and delinquent taxes on this property. In addition to property taxes,
the department oversees the billing and collections of Rental Vehicle
Tax and Schedule B licenses. The Land Records Division is responsible
for maintaining ownership files and cadastral maps for all real property
in Iredell County. The cadastral maps are maintained digitally for
assessment purposes, and are available on the Internet.
||Community Transportation Program serving human
service and general public transportation needs for citizens of Iredell
County. Service operates Monday through Friday between the hours
of 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., and on a limited Saturday schedule from
6:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
||This department is responsible for the maintenance of
all 220 county vehicles. They perform everything from an oil change
to a complete overhaul of the vehicle.
veterans with securing aid in the form of pensions, compensation,
insurance, home loans, health benefits and education