Can I take my trash & recycling directly to a County Convenience Center for recycling & solid waste disposal instead of contracting with Waste Industries for collection?
This is not permissible. Chapter 50 of the City Code of Ordinances (as authorized by G.S. 160A-303.1) requires all resident to have residential trash and recycling collection service through an exclusivity contract with a waste management company. The City has contracted with Waste Industries to provide this service.
How do I sign up for Emergency Notifications issued by the City?
Can the City install a "Children at Play" sign to help protect our children?
On occasion, we receive requests for signs to be installed on a particular street. The City follows the regulations and recommendations of the Federal Highway Administration and NCDOT on this issue. They have encountered every possible scenario and have tested many alternatives in their efforts to craft regulation for the country’s transportation system.
They have found that, to the contrary of popular opinion, these signs only provide a false sense of security for the parents and the children.
Placing signs does not slow vehicles The speeds people choose to drive along a roadway are generally determined by the roadway characteristics and environment and by the level of comfort and safety the driver perceives.
In most cases, "Children at Play" signs are placed along local neighborhood roadways near neighborhood parks. The users of these roadways are local residents and typically are aware of children in the neighborhood. Even in this type of environment, a reduction in general vehicle speeds through the placement of a "Children at Play" sign should not be expected.
Streets that have more than 1,000 vehicles per day are no longer classified as a local street and do not even qualify for consideration for these type signs. Motorists are not thinking of the area as a neighborhood or play area, they see it as a thoroughfare – a means of getting where they are going.
Signs are used to warn of consistent, not occasional, conditions Warning signs are effective when they warn drivers of consistent conditions. Because children are not likely to be consistently playing at a particular location beside the roadway, "Children at Play" signs placed there could lose their effectiveness. Studies have shown that when signs are overused or indicate conditions that are not likely and consistent, drivers start ignoring the signs.
With or without signs, education and awareness can be important Whether "Children at Play" signs are used or not, it is good to keep your guard up and do not be lulled into a false sense of safety. Reinforce and educate children on safety and play away from any street. Reinforce to them that not all drivers are necessarily watching out for them.
Always take the view that children do not have more protection because there is a sign on your street; while some motorists are more alert for children near roadways, there are many more who are just driving and focused on trying to get to work or home.
During what hours are contractors permitted to perform work that creates a noise disturbance?
The City's Code of Ordinances Section 96.01: UNNECESSARY NOISE states, (B) The following acts, among others, are declared to be loud, disturbing, and unnecessary noises in violation of this section, . . . namely: (9) The erection (including excavating), demolition, alteration or repair of any building in a residential or business district other than between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Saturday, except in the case of urgent necessity in the interest of public safety and then only with a permit from the Building Inspector, which permit may be renewed for a period of three days or less while the emergency continues.
May I discontinue my trash collection service to reduce my monthly bill?
No. The City contracts trash collection services with Waste Industries for ALL residents throughout the City which enables us to procure a better rate. To ensure the best possible continued pricing for our residents, individual adjustments to eliminate trash pick-up are not permitted by our contract.
Can our community event information be placed on the City's website?
Community Events may be placed on the City's "Calendar of Events" if the following conditions are met:
1. The event must be a non-profit making venture that is open to the general public; and
2. Event sponsors must email a completed information flyer (Word or pdf format) with all event information listed, including contact information for event sponsors to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I burn trash and debris in the City of Creedmoor?
Creedmoor Code of Ordinance §50.03 BURNING OR BURYING REGULATIONS states that it shall be unlawful to burn or set fire to or bury any garbage or refuse for the purpose of disposal.
Where is the new Wastewater Treatment Plant going to be located?
No final decisions have been made in regard to the siting or construction of a wastewater treatment plant. The City does own two properties northeast of its jurisdiction which are within the Tar River basin.
Who handles animal control issues for the City of Creedmoor?
Election Day is coming up, what about Political Signs?
Political signs (sign that “advocates for political action”) along state maintained highways and secondary roads may be placed 30 days before the beginning of “one-stop” early voting. Political signs may be placed in the right-of-way with the permission of the fronting property owner. The signs shall be smaller than 6 square feet and no higher than 42 inches above the edge of pavement. They can’t obscure motorist visibility at intersections and must be placed at least 3 feet from the edge of pavement.
Political signs along City of Creedmoor maintained streets are limited to one sign per candidate or issue may be displayed per zone lot frontage, as long as the sign is entirely on private property with the permission of the property owner.
I would like to have public utilities on my property located, what do I do?
For water distribution and sanitary sewer lines, contact SGWASA.
For other utilities (such as electric power, telephone, cable, gas, etc.) please call 811 as part of the “Call before you Dig” program. You can also visit their website for more information nc811.org
Private, temporary signs nailed, posted or connected to a tree, fence, utility pole, guy wire, or stuck into the ground that are erected anywhere within public right-of-way (state or city maintained) are called “snipe” signs and are prohibited. Snipe signs are subject to immediate removal as a public health nuisance or litter.
Government signs (CrimeStoppers, Click it or Ticket, etc.) & signs for non-profits sponsored by governments that include information and notification for a legitimate public purpose are exempt from the Creedmoor Development Ordinance.
("Thank you Jesus" signs erected on private property are considered protected free speech and not subject to regulation.)
Who do I call to remove a dead animal from the roadway?
Two groups assist the citizens of Creedmoor with road maintenance. NCDOT maintains the NC and US Highways in Creedmoor, and the City of Creedmoor Public Works Department maintains the neighborhood and local streets.
To contact NCDOT, please call NCDOT Division 5 at (919) 560-3371 to report the location; or if it’s on a City-maintained street contact the City of Creedmoor Public Works Department, by calling City Hall (919) 528-3332, option 1.
To determine whether to call NCDOT or the City of Creedmoor, please consult the Powell Bill Map.
People are driving too fast in my neighborhood. Can the City install a speed bump?
A speed bump is an increased hazard to the unwary, a disruption of the movement of emergency vehicles, and a real problem to snow removal. The City does not install speed bumps on City Streets but encourages the use of other traffic calming methods or devices.
How do I report a streetlight problem?
Please contact the Public Works Department at (919) 528-3332, Option 1 to report a streetlight that is out or damaged.
Why does it take so much time for a transportation project to get funded, or once funded, why does it take so long to get it built?
Due to federal and state regulations, the process for transportation projects can be as long as 8 to 10 years. The process tends to be longer for those projects that will add capacity to our existing highway network. Once the idea for a road project has been developed, studies may be needed for justification of the project. These studies could be handled by local or state agencies as appropriate. Once complete, the project is submitted to the state for funding. There are many jurisdictions across the state and the region that compete for the limited funds available, so often times it takes years to get a project on the funded list.
Once a project gets funded, there are many steps in the process. The project is assessed for its impact to the surrounding environment. In following the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), local and state agencies will review influences, if any to watersheds or waterways as well as effects to green space, adjoining residential areas and even air quality in some cases. When the time comes, some or all of the three phases of the project will be submitted for inclusion to the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). All projects go through Planning, Design, Environmental, Right-of-Way Acquisition, Utility Relocation, and Construction Phases.
How do I request a street repair or get a pothole repaired?
Determine if the pothole or damage is on a City-maintained street, State-maintained street, or private street by using the Powell Bill Map of City-Maintained Streets.
No. Greenways are not built to withstand the weight of these vehicles. In addition, these vehicles don’t mix well with the other users and activities that take place on the greenway (emergency vehicles and those vehicles used in the maintenance of the greenway corridor are allowable as needed). Creedmoor Code of Ordinance §73.05 states bicycles are permitted on all sidewalks and greenways outside of downtown.
What youth programs are offered in Creedmoor?
The City's Recreation Department offers a variety of programs for youths in our community. Some of these programs are ongoing others are seasonal. For a complete listing of current programs visit the Recreation Programs page.
What Senior Citizen programs are offered in Creedmoor?
Creedmoor Recreation coordinates with the South Granville Senior Center to offer a variety of programs for seniors including morning walking from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Are there any campgrounds in the City of Creedmoor?
No, there are no campgrounds within the City of Creedmoor. However, Creedmoor is conveniently located near Falls Lake where camping is available.
How can I become a vendor at the Creedmoor Music Festival?
Vendor registration forms and other information is posted and available for download on our site early in the spring of each year. You may sign up for e-Notification for special events information.
May I teach a class at one of Creedmoor’s recreational facilities?
For more information related to teaching a class at one of our facilities, please contact the Recreation Department at (919) 764-1005.
Where are B.C. Roberts Ballfields located?
B.C. Roberts Ballfields are located at 112 East Wilton Ave on NC-56 E in Creedmoor.
How do I reserve a field at B.C. Roberts Ballfield?
In order to reserve a field at B.C. Roberts Ballfield, you must come to City Hall and complete a rental agreement form. The fields may be rented separately or you may rent them together for a larger occasion such as a family reunion. Fees are required upon completion of your application and are non-refundable. Reservations are made on a first-come first-served basis.
Can I collect wood (driftwood, firewood, etc.) from around Lake Rogers?
No, the naturally-occurring wood surrounding Lake Rogers is a part of the delicate ecosystem and should not be disturbed. Taking items from parks such as wood, sand, rocks, etc. also diminishes the joy of others sharing the park facilities.
Can I bring my own personal grill to Lake Rogers Park?
No, personal grills are NOT permitted at Lake Rogers Park. The park has several charcoal grills already in place that are available on a first-come/first-served basis.
Can I have a campfire or bonfire at Lake Rogers Park?
No, open fires are not permitted anywhere around Lake Rogers. There are charcoal grills for those who would like to cook food at Lake Rogers, however personal grills are not permitted at Lake Rogers.
Do any of the shelters at Lake Rogers have electrical outlets?
Yes, the large shelter (Shelter #1) and one of the smaller shelters (Shelter #4) have electrical outlets. Please be sure to request the correct shelter if you will be needing electricity.
How can I reserve a picnic shelter at Lake Rogers?
In order to ensure a shelter is available for a specific date/time you must complete a Lake Rogers Shelter Rental Agreement and pay the non-refundable fees at City Hall, 111 Masonic Street, Creedmoor. Reservations require a 2-hour minimum with additional hours available in 1-hour increments. Rentals are available from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm or all day. The one (1) large shelter is $20.00 for 2-hours, each additional hour $10.00, all day $70.00. Each of the three (3) smaller shelters are $14.00 for 2-hours, each additional hour $7.00, all day $40.00. Each shelter is reserved on a first come, first serve basis.
Lake Rogers Park is open year-round from sunrise to sunset. The concession operations are open on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, & Holidays from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. mid-April through the end of October.
Where is Lake Rogers Park located?
Lake Rogers Park is located on NC-56 between Creedmoor and I-85. For GPS & mapquest purposes, the address to use is 1711 Lake Road, Creedmoor NC 27522.
Who do I call to find out if there are any taxes or liens due on a piece of property in the City?
For taxes due prior to June 30, 2007, call the Finance Department at (919) 528-3332, Option 1.
For taxes due after July 1, 2007,call the Granville County tax office at (919) 693-4181.
What are the Gymnasium & Activity Center rules for clean-up?
Users are required to pick up all litter/debris and deposit into the outside trash receptacles. After each use, users are expected to assist attendant in returning all equipment and materials to their designated storage area, check for fire hazards, check bathrooms for running toilets and lavatories, switch off all lights, and secure all doors and windows.
Are there kitchen facilities available at the Gymnasium & Activity Center?
No, there are no kitchen facilities.
Does the Gymnasium & Activity Center have tables & chairs?
Yes, there are 10 tables and 60 chairs available for your use. No outside tables or chairs are allowed on the gymnasium floor. We request that you pick the tables & chairs up and do not drag them across the gymnasium floor.
What is the capacity for the Gymnasium & Activity Center?
The maximum capacity for the Gymnasium & Activity Center is 100 persons.
What are the fees to reserve the Gymnasium & Activity Center?
The fee for the first 2 hours (minimum rental is 2 hours) is $40.00 and a $20.00 fee per hour for each additional hour. An additional cleanup fee of $20.00 is assessed for group activities with expected attendance over 20 and/or when serving food. All fees are nonrefundable, payable in advance.
How do I rent the Creedmoor Gymnasium & Activity Center?
Submit a completed application/reservation form and pay fees in person at City Hall. Reservations will only be accepted within one (1) month of desired use date on a first-come/first-served basis with the exception of programming collaborations with the city, special events, and senior center activities. Application and payment must be received by 1:00 p.m. for same day rental or by 1:00 p.m. on Friday for weekend rental.
How do I become a vendor/supplier for the City of Creedmoor?
I am a vendor/supplier for the City of Creedmoor. How and when will I be paid for goods/services rendered?
To ensure that your payment is not delayed, please submit all invoices to:
City of Creedmoor
Attn: Accounts Payable
PO Box 765
Creedmoor, NC 27522
All outstanding invoices submitted to the City of Creedmoor Accounts Payable Department will be paid via paper check.
The Accounts Payable Department schedules bi-weekly check runs for all payables. Please allow at least 15 business days for payment. If you do not receive your payment within this time frame, please contact the Accounts Payable Department at (919) 764-1004.
I am a vendor/supplier for the City of Creedmoor. Do I need to charge sales tax to the City?
Yes. The City of Creedmoor is not tax-exempt. Local jurisdictions in North Carolina pay sales and use tax then submit for reimbursement from the state at the end of the fiscal year. You should charge sales tax to the City of Creedmoor as you would for any other customer.
When is a permit required for heating or air conditioning work?
A permit is required for removal or replacement of ductwork or a unit. A permit is not required for repair or replacement of parts only. When a permit is required, the contractor must obtain the permit before performing any work. All work must comply with City and State codes. Refer to GS 160A-417 for a full review.
How long will it take to get my residential permit application approved?
If all the required information is included at the time of submittal, in most cases it will take no more than 10 working days. You will be notified when it has been reviewed and approved.
Do I need a permit to install a flag pole in my yard?
A building permit is not required for flag poles, however a zoning permit is required.
Can I receive a temporary final (Temporary Certificate of Occupancy) on new home construction without all items being completed or at least be able to move in furniture?
A temporary final (Temporary Certificate of Occupancy) of a residence is available only under extreme circumstances and only after careful review of all outstanding items. All parties involved (general contractor, subcontractors, and owner) will be required to provide knowledge and approval of temporary occupancy by way of a written statement. A time limit will be set by the Building Official.
Is a permit required for foundation repair?
Yes. The foundation company doing the work must apply for a permit. They must also submit a sealed engineering design. Make sure you see the permit before the work is started. At the time of inspection by the City verifying the job is complete, a second sealed letter from the same engineer is to be at the job site verifying repairs were performed to engineered specifications.
Do I need a fence permit to rebuild or replace a gate?
If your fence is the barrier for your pool and the replacement is not like-for-like, a permit is required.
Do I need a fence permit when replacing fence pickets?
If your fence is the barrier for your pool and the replacement is not like-for-like a permit is required.
Do subcontractors need to pull permits for commercial jobs?
No. The general contractor pulls the permit and lists the subcontractors (mechanical, electrical and plumbing contractors) that will be working on the jobsite. If a subcontractor is doing work after the main permit (the permit issued to the general contractor) has been finalized, then the subcontractor would need to pull a separate permit.
Is a permit required for an accessory building (i.e., a storage shed)?
A building permit is required for any accessory building that has a horizontal dimension greater than twelve (12) feet. A zoning permit is required regardless of the size of the accessory building.
Why should my contractor pull the permit instead of me, the homeowner?
When a contractor is hired, it is best that they pull the permit because they are doing the work and will be responsible for making sure the work meets City and State Code requirements. Generally the contractor has most of the information required to complete the application. Always ask to see the permit before work is started.
When is a fence permit required?
A building permit is required only if the fence is the required barrier for a swimming pool. A zoning permit is required for a fence regardless of the type and use.
I am having my water heater replaced and the plumber tells me that it must be elevated. Is this true?
If the water heater is located in a garage and has a source of ignition, it shall be elevated such that the source of ignition is not less than 18 inches above the garage floor.
The plumber tells me that my water heater now requires a drip pan. Is this true?
Where water heaters or hot water storage tanks are installed in (a) remote locations such as above a suspended ceiling, (b) attics, (c) above occupied spaces, or (d) unventilated crawl spaces, the tank or water heater shall be installed in a pan approved for such use and the pan shall be drained to an approved location.
Is it true that replacing a water heater in my house requires a permit?
If the change out is like-for-like, a permit is not required. If there is a change in the energy source or size of water heater a permit is required.
If hiring a contractor to replace your water heater (gas or electric), the plumber must obtain a permit (if required) before the work is performed (unless it is an emergency replacement being done while the permit office is closed), and make sure an approved final inspection from the City is obtained. If the permit cannot be obtained before the work is performed due to the permit office being closed, a permit must be obtained on the next business day.
If the homeowner is to perform the work, they must provide proof of ownership and occupancy when applying for the permit. The work must comply with all current plumbing codes and ordinances.
Do I need a permit to install a self-contained spa?
Does the City provide pick-up service for yard debris and white goods?
Yes, the City provides pick-up services for certain yard debris and white goods according to specified schedules. Yard debris is picked up by the City on the first and third Wednesday of every month (conditions apply). White goods (water heaters, washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, stoves) are picked up on the second Wednesday of every month.
Residents are permitted one (1) pick-up per month without charge. Residents should contact City Hall at (919) 528-3332, Option 0 at least 24 hours before requested pick-up date.
How do I report a street light not working?
Most street lights in the City are owned and maintained by Duke Power. If you notice a street light not working, please Email us or call (919) 528-3332, Option 1 to report it. We will notify Duke Power.
Where do I get a recycling container?
To obtain a recycling container, contact Waste Industries directly at (252) 438-5333 or (919) 693-8669.
Who do I contact to establish service for trash and recycling pickup?
Waste Industries is under contract for residential pickup. Trash pickup is once per week and recycling pickup is every other week. See Trash & Recycling Services for more information.
What projects are currently underway or planned for Creedmoor?
Visit our Projects Page for more information about projects and programs in Creedmoor.
My Home Owner’s Association (HOA) is telling me that I cannot build my project. Is this true?
While your project may be approved by the City, you should check your deed restrictions and HOA requirements before applying for a permit. Deed restrictions and HOA requirements may supersede City requirements. The City does not enforce HOA deed restrictions and/or covenants.
How can I obtain a copy of my Certificate of Occupancy and/or Building Permit Information?
If you need a copy of your Certificate of Occupancy (CO) that has already been issued, please feel free to contact the Building Codes Administrator at (919) 764-1017.
The City of Creedmoor's Inspections & Building Permits Department retains building permit records in accordance with the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Division of Historical Resources, Archives and Records Section, Records Retention and Disposition Schedule (typically 7 years from date of project completion or as required by North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources).
How can I schedule an inspection?
Inspections are scheduled by the Inspections Department. To request an inspection, call (919) 764-1058. Please be prepared to provide the permit number, address, type of inspection needed, and contact information.
How can I access the NC Building Codes?
Building Codes can be obtained by several methods.
NC State Fire Marshal Office
116 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27603
Phone (919) 647-0000
Permit fees vary depending on many factors. Please refer to the current Fee & Rate Schedule for fee information. You may also contact the Building Codes Administrator at (919) 764-1017 for assistance in determining fees.
Can I perform work on my own property without obtaining a license?
An owner of the property is permitted to do their own building, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical work without being licensed in any of these areas. State law requires that the property be the owner's primary residence for at least twelve months after completion of the work. If anyone is hired to work on any portion that requires a license, that person is required to be licensed.
What do I need to provide to obtain a building permit?
RESIDENTIAL PERMITS • Two (2) sets of construction plans (structural drawings must be sealed by an approved design professional);
• A scale plot plan indicating location of buildings, property lines, setback lines, existing utilities, accessory structures, and any buffers or easements on the lot or parcel;
• CompletedResidential Application Packet; and
• A sealed “As-Built Survey” must be submitted prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy.
COMMERCIAL PERMITS • Three (3) sets of construction plans (for structures 2500 square feet and larger and structures with a construction cost of $90,000 or more, all drawings must be sealed by an approved design professional);
• A scale plot plan indicating location of building, property lines, setback lines, existing utilities, and any buffers or
easements on the lot or parcel;
• Completed Commercial Application Packet;
• Completed Appendix B Building Code Summary Form; and
• A sealed “As-Built Survey” must be submitted prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy.
What is the process for obtaining a permit?
The process differs based on the type of construction project. Application packets are provided for your convenience, however you will need to provide a total scope of work in order for the Building Codes Administrator to assist you in determining which packet you will need.
Where is the permit office located and what are the office hours?
The Inspections & Building Permits Department is located in the Community Development Office at 211 North Main Street on the corner of North Main and Masonic Street. The Building Codes Administrator holds office hours Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. He is in the field during the day but is available by special appointment if necessary.
How long is my building permit valid?
Permit will expire by limitation six (6) months after the date of issuance if the work authorized by the permit has not been initiated. The permit will also expire if work is discontinued for a period of 12 months or more. Time frame is determined by inspection records.
When is a residential and/or commercial permit required or not required?
The North Carolina State Building Code states, "No person, firm or corporation shall erect, construct, enlarge, install, alter, repair, move, improve, remove, convert, or demolish any building, structure, or service system without first obtaining a permit for such from the Inspections Department having jurisdiction."
For residential permits only, "No permits shall be required for any construction, installation, repair, replacements, or alteration costing fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) or less in any single family residence or farm building unless the work involves:
1) The addition, repair, or replacement of load bearing structures. However, no permit is required for replacements of windows, doors, exterior siding, or the pickets, railings, stair treads, and decking of porches and exterior decks.
2) The addition or change in the design of plumbing. However, no permit is required for replacements otherwise meeting the requirements of the subsection that do not change size or capacity.
3) The addition, replacement or change in the design of heating, air conditioning, or electrical wiring, devices, appliances, or equipment. Other than like-kind replacement of electrical devices and lighting fixtures.
4) The use of materials not permitted by the North Carolina Uniform Residential Building Code for One- and Two- Family Dwellings.
5) The addition (excluding replacement) of roofing.
Violation of this section shall constitute a Class 1 misdemeanor."
The City’s open enrollment period is held annually during the month of June. Human Resources posts notification of open enrollment and medical benefit premium changes, if applicable, in April/May of each year.
Is there a confidential counseling service available for City employees?
No, the City does not offer a discount for senior citizens.
How do I submit my application?
In order to ensure that your application receives the attention it deserves, you will need to submit a separate NC State Employment Application for each open position. Sworn law enforcement officers must also submit a completed Form F-3.
It is very important that you fill out the application completely, even if you attach a resume. Do not state “See Resume” when asked to describe your responsibilities, experience, and employment dates. Your resume will be reviewed for clarification purposes only; qualifications will be evaluated on the basis of information you provide on the application itself.
Applications may be submitted in person at Creedmoor City Hall, 111 Masonic Street, Creedmoor, emailed to email@example.com, faxed to (919) 528-3052, or sent via regular mail to Attn: HR, Creedmoor City Hall, P.O. Box 765, Creedmoor NC 27522.
How will I know when job vacancies are available?
Whenever a position becomes available, the HR Department will create an Employment Opportunity Posting. This posting will contain a brief job description, statement of minimum educational and experience requirements, and any special qualifications which may be required. Postings will normally be available for review on theEmployment Opportunities page, the city's social media pages, internet job search engines, and local newspaper(s).
A completed North Carolina State Employment Application must be submitted to the HR Department by 5:00 p.m. on the posted closing date. Sworn law enforcement officers must also submit a completed Form F-3. Resumes may be submitted in addition to, but not in lieu of, a completed application. If you are unable to download and print a copy of the application, a copy can be obtained at Creedmoor City Hall.
How do obtain a NC Driver's License and/or register my vehicle with NC?
The NCDMV website contains information on obtaining a NC driver’s license, including all requirements and downloadable versions of the Driver’s Handbook in English or Spanish.
A separate handbook for obtaining a motorcycle license is also available for download or the local DMV office can provide a copy of these handbooks.
How do I obtain a copy of a police report?
You may obtain a copy of a police report at the Creedmoor Police Department desk from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. , Monday through Friday.
There is a $5.00 fee for each report. Please note that if the case is under investigation or if the report has not been approved by a supervisor, you may not be granted full access to the report.
How do I obtain a criminal background check on myself (or someone else)?
Certified criminal background checks/reports can be obtained at The North Carolina Court System, or you may obtain a record check in person at the courthouse. There is a $25 fee for this service.
Be prepared with your picture ID and enough information about the individual (such as date of birth or address) that would allow for a file search.
What is the process for obtaining a Domestic Violence Protection Order (50-B)?
How do I know when I should call 911 or our local Police Department?
You should call 911 for emergencies only. An emergency is when IMMEDIATE Police, Fire, or ambulance assistance is necessary. When you call 911 be prepared to answer the following questions:
Location of your emergency
Type of emergency
Your phone number
Stay calm and be prepared to answer a list of questions concerning your emergency.
May I apply for a position when there are no open positions posted?
The City of Creedmoor only accepts applications for open positions, that is, any position which has been advertised and for which we are actively recruiting.
General applications or resumes are not accepted or kept on file unless a position is open. The City has instituted an Applicant Interest Card Program for persons interested in employment with the City when no positions are currently open.