1. Craven County Receives $20,000 Duke Energy Grant

    Craven County received a $20,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation towards the purchase of a $35,000 Argo 8 wheel amphibious vehicle to be used during hurricanes and other high water emergencies. Read on...
  2. Reconvened Meeting of the Board of Commissioners

    The Regular September 16th Meeting of the Craven County Board of Commissioners recessed at 12:11 p.m. to reconvene on Monday, September 23rd at 8:30 am at 406 Craven Street, New Bern, NC.
  3. Craven County Trash, Recycling, and Hurricane Dorian Debris Information

    Trash and recycling curbside services disrupted 9/5 and 9/6 due to Hurricane Dorian will not be made up. Services will resume on regular weekly collection day. Debris can be taken to convenience sites and will not be picked up by Craven County. Read on...
  4. Craven County Tax Collections Utilizing New Software Platform

    Effective Monday, September 9, 2019, Craven County Tax Collections is using a new tax collection software product from Bi-Tek to facilitate its tax collections process. Read on...
  5. Craven County Winding Down Hurricane Dorian Related Efforts

    Important Craven County updates related to Hurricane Dorian. Read on...
  6. Craven County Enacts Countywide Curfew

    Craven County has enacted a countywide curfew for residents, visitors and businesses in unincorporated areas of Craven County from 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 5, 2019 through 7:00 a.m. on Friday, September 6, 2019. Read on...
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  1. Hurricane Florence Business Recovery Assessment

    Who is this assessment for?
    Business OWNERS anywhere in Craven County!

    Why should you fill it out?
    We know that you're incredibly busy making your business the best it can be, however this survey is important for the entire community. The data collected will provide a resource for local, state, and federal agencies to understand how much the business community in Craven County has recovered from Florence, as well as identify where additional aide is most needed.

    When?
    We need the most accurate data possible to present, so if you need to come back and fill out the survey later, that's fine! We'll be collecting data through the end of June!

    How?
    Just follow the link! It's super easy!