************************* Updated September 18, 2018 *************************

Mayor Bucky Jernigan has signed a Declaration Terminating the State of Emergency effective for Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 5:00 P.M.

All services have returned to normal operations.

 

************************** September 17, 2018 **************************

The Randleman Community Center and Randleman Public Library will be CLOSED on Monday, September 17, 2018.

City Hall is open.

Phone lines to the Randleman-Sophia Fire Departments are open for non-emergency calls.

Fire Department:  336-495-7530

ALL EMERGENCIES SHOULD BE CALLED INTO 9-1-1.

************************* September 16, 2018 ****************************

The Randleman Community Center and Randleman Public Library will open at 10 AM on Monday, September 17, 2018.

Phone lines to the Randleman-Sophia Fire Departments are open for non-emergency calls.

Fire Department:  336-495-7530

ALL EMERGENCIES SHOULD BE CALLED INTO 9-1-1.

************************* September 15, 2018 ****************************

Phone lines to the Randleman-Sophia Fire Departments are open for non-emergency calls.

Fire Department: 336-495-7530

ALL EMERGENCIES SHOULD BE CALLED IN TO 9-1-1.

As of 10 AM, the National Hurricane Center has increased the chance for Flash Flooding for the Randleman area.  They have also increased the amount of projected rainfall from 6-10 inches to 10-15 inches.  Residents are encouraged to exercise caution and good judgement throughout the remainder of the emergency event.

************************* September 14, 2018 **************************

Phone lines to City Hall and the Randleman-Sophia Fire Departments are open for non-emergency calls.  

City Hall:  336-495-7500

Fire Department: 336-495-7530

ALL EMERGENCIES SHOULD BE CALLED INTO 9-1-1

As of 5 PM, Hurricane Florence has been reduced to a Tropical Storm.  Hazardous conditions may still arise and residents are urged to exercise caution throughout the remainder of the emergency event.

************************** September 13, 2018 **************************

Due to the impending threat, Randleman Public Library and the Randleman Community Center will be closed on Friday, September 14, 2018 through Sunday, September 16, 2018.  The re-opening of these offices will depend on weather conditions and will be evaluated at a later time.  Updates will be posed on the City of Randleman's website at www.CityofRandleman.com.

City Hall will be closed on Friday, September 14, 2018.  However, the phone lines will remain open to accept calls.  City Hall can be reached at 336-495-7500.  The Fire Department can be reached at 336-495-7530. 

ALL EMERGENCIES SHOULD BE CALLED INTO 9-1-1.

Randolph County Emergency Services will open a shelter at the First Baptist Church in Asheboro.  More information will be distributed on this soon from Randolph County.  Residents are encouraged to sign up for emergency alerts through the county's alert system, REACT. Visit www.readyrandolph.org to do so.

************************* SEPTEMBER 12, 2018 *************************

 STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARED FOR CITY OF RANDLEMAN, NORTH CAROLINA

The Mayor of the City of Randleman, Bucky Jernigan, has signed a Declaration of a State of Emergency for the City of Randleman due to the threat imposed by Hurricane Florence.  The Declaration shall be effective as of 5 P.M. on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 until it is either modified or rescinded.

The Declaration orders all City of Randleman emergency management personnel, law enforcement officers and employees under control of the City of Randleman to cooperate in the enforcement and implementation of the provisions of the Declaration, all applicable local ordinances, state and federal laws, and the City of Randleman's Emergency Operations Plan.

No restrictions or prohibitions are imposed at this time. No action is required of the City of Randleman residents.  The City of Randleman urges residents to prepare and exercise caution throughout the emergency event.

 EMERGENCIES SHOULD BE CALLED INTO 9-1-1.

Any other questions, concerns or reports may be directed to City Hall at 336-495-7500.

The declaration may be found here.

 

 

 Welcome to the City of Randleman!

 

Greetings from the Mayor

 Thank you for visiting the City of Randleman's website!

 Randleman’s roots can be traced back to the early textile mills that grew up along the Deep River.  Today we are still home to a mix of old and new industries, along with a variety of commercial, retail, and residential areas.

Randleman is located in the heart of North Carolina.  Just a twenty minute drive to the Piedmont Triad and an hour and fifteen minute drive to Raleigh and Charlotte.  After the completion of new interstate highway, I-74, our City is in position to take advantage of future growth. 

 The city and business community has taken major steps to revitalize our downtown and create a community space used for all kinds of festivals and events.  We are renovating our parks and working to connect citizens back to the scenic river that runs through the City. 

 If you’re already a part of our community, please feel free to contact City Hall with any questions or concerns. If you’re considering relocating or visiting Randleman - please do, we’d love to show you around.

 -Mayor "Bucky" Jernigan

 

 

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Clicking the link below will direct you from the City's website to a secure website where you will be able to pay your bill using your credit or debit card.  

In addition to paying your bill online, you will be able to view your account's usage and payment history.

A convenience fee will be added to the total charged to your card.

 

 

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Proposed 2018-2019 Budget

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City of Randleman's 2018-2019 Proposed Budget

MARKET & MUSIC 2018

           

Market & Music 2018!!!

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