NOTICE: Effective Monday, March 23, City of Creedmoor Mayor Bobby Wheeler and Granville County Board Chair David Smith have issued joint declarations of a State of Emergency in the City of Creedmoor and Granville County. The emergency declarations reaffirm all previously issued Executive Orders by Governor Roy Cooper, and Mayor Wheeler's declaration reaffirms restrictions put in place by Granville County along with a few other items specific to City of Creedmoor-owned facilities.
City facilities including City Hall, Community Development Offices, and playground/picnic facilities at Lake Rogers Park and Harris Park are closed to the public until further notice. Visitor access to the Creedmoor Police Dept will be restricted via intercom confirmation of necessity. Non-essential city personnel will be available through teleworking arrangements during business hours to assist residents by phone or email. Please call the main line (919) 528-3332, Option 0 or email email@example.com. Read the Declarations.
Additional software and hardware were purchased in 2018 to enable digital fingerprinting along with the paper fingerprinting previously offered. Visit the Fingerprinting Services page for more information.
Does the city charge a fee for false alarms from my home alarm system?
The City Code of Ordinances addresses alarm systems in Chapter 99: False Alarm Regulations. Additional information can be found here.
Is trash collection mandatory for residents living in Creedmoor city limits?
Yes, the city's Code of Ordinances, Chapter 50 requires all city residents to utilize trash collection services.
Who is responsible for trash collection in the city?
How do I request a property check for my home or business?
The Creedmoor Police Department offers a property/house check service to property owners. Officers make periodic checks of residences while the owners are away to look for open windows/doors and other signs of unauthorized entry. If an officer finds anything to report at a residence, the homeowner is contacted and the residence secured. Additionally, if it appears that a crime has occurred, the incident will be investigated.
If you would like to request a property check on your property, please complete a Property Check Request Form and return it to the Creedmoor Police Department in advance of your requested dates.
Does the City have a Safe Exchange Zone to complete online transactions?
Yes, aSafe Exchange Zone has been established in the parking lot of Creedmoor PD near Masonic Street.
Does the City provide Notary Public Services for the general public?
The city has several staff members who have attained their Notary Public designation. Please review the Notary Public Services page for more information.
What are the requirements for peddlers & transient vendors?
Any person doing business within the city limits of Creedmoor as a peddler (i.e., door-to-door sales or ice cream truck style vendor) must register by filing a Peddler's Registration form. Other requirements can be found on the Peddler's Registration page.
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?
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?
Residents of Creedmoor are required to have trash collection services by City Code of Ordinances, Chapter 50: Solid Waste. The City contracts trash collection services with Waste Industries for all residents 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.
What regulations exist regarding posting political signs within the city limits?
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. Additional information is available on the Signs and Sign Enforcement page
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
Who is responsible for removing a dead animal carcasses from the roadway?
Two entities are responsible for road maintenance within the City of Creedmoor limits. NCDOT maintains NC and US Highways, and the city's Public Works Department maintains subdivision and local streets. Login or register to submit a service request and city staff will route it to the appropriate personnel.
For effective processing, please include either a street pole # (located on the pole itself) or a street address/intersection with description of which pole is affected (if more than one pole exists near that address/intersection).
How do I request a street repair or get a pothole repaired?
Two entities are responsible for road maintenance within the City of Creedmoor limits: NCDOT maintains NC and US Highways and the city's Public Works Department maintains subdivision and local streets. Login or register to submit a service request and city staff will route it to the appropriate personnel.
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.
Lake Rogers is approximately 175 acres and reaches only about five feet at its deepest point.
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 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.
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 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.
Do I need a permit to install a flag pole in my yard?
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.
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.
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 the Employment 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)?