1. NC Survivors of Hurricane Florence Now Have Until Dec. 19 to Apply for Federal Assistance

    The deadline for North Carolinians to register for disaster assistance has been extended one week to 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018. FEMA granted the extension at the request of Gov. Roy Cooper. Read on...
  2. Recycling and Solid Waste Holiday Schedule

    Craven County Recycling and Solid Waste collections and convenience center hours will change for the upcoming holidays. Read on...
  3. Craven County Hires New Economic Development Director

    Jeff Wood of Morgantown, West Virginia has been selected as Craven County’s new Economic Development Director. Wood currently serves as Director of Economic Development for the West Virginia National Guard in Charleston, West Virginia. Read on...
  4. Hurricane Florence Debris Pickup on Private Roads is Underway

    Hurricane Florence debris pickup from private roads is currently underway. Craven County’s debris contractors will pick up separated vegetative, C&D, and white goods debris generated from residences but will not pick up commercial debris. Read on...
  5. Tips on Vetting Contractors for Recovery Work

    The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's School of Government offers the following tips and resources to help citizens with vetting contractors to conduct repairs. Read on...
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    County Manager Receives Award



    Craven County Manager Jack Veit III was presented the 2018 Friend of Craven County Farm Bureau award by Commissioner Jason Jones in recognition of his diligent service to the citizens of Craven County during Hurricane Florence.