1. Craven Area Rural Transit System (CARTS) to Hold Public Outreach Series

    CARTS has scheduled a public outreach and information sharing series between August 20, 2019 and September 10, 2019 to share information regarding the transportation services CARTS provides and to receive information regarding transit needs. Read on...
  2. Craven Connection

    ANNOUNCEMENT: Launching Craven Connection Citizens Academy - In an effort to enhance citizen engagement, Craven County will launch Craven Connection, a Citizens Academy in the fall of 2019. Craven County Government will be soliciting applicants from Read on...
  3. Community Rating System Activity 510 Annual Floodplain Management Progress Report

    Craven County is required to release an annual Floodplain Management Progress Report to update residents on this past year’s floodplain management activities to help ensure citizens maintain their 10% flood insurance discount. Read on...
  4. Dix Crisis Intervention Center opens in Jacksonville

    RI International announces the opening of the Dix Crisis Intervention Center at 215 Memorial Dr in Jacksonville. The facility will primarily serve adults with mental health and/or substance use disorders, including non-hospital medical detoxification. Read on...
  5. Craven County Tax Assessor Appointed for 15th Term

    Ronald “Ronnie” V. Antry was sworn in for his 15th term as the Craven County Tax Assessor by Nan Holton, Clerk to the Board. Read on...
  6. Weekly Curbside Recycling Pickup Continues until Fall

    The curbside recycling program in Craven County will continue as it currently operates with weekly curbside pickup until the new monthly service with roll carts can be implemented this Fall. 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!