Human Resources provides leadership and support to the City’s workforce, in the areas of: Compensation and benefits administration Employee training and development Risk management and occupational safety Recruitment and selection Human Resources also ensures compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and local ...go to the Archdale Human Resources Introduction article.
The employee population of the City of Archdale is made up of 66 individuals in regular full-time and part-time roles. In addition to the regular staff there are 7 elected officials (a Mayor and six council members), as well as a City ...go to the Our Organization article.
One of the primary functions of Human Resources is to attract top talent to the City of Archdale and to provide for developmental and promotional opportunities to our staff. We strive to post open position notices internally and on our website for ...go to the Employment Process article.
Employee safety is one of the City’s primary concerns. To that end, we have produced a safety program and appointed a Safety Team, to foster safety initiatives. This project supports the City’s overall goal of maintaining a safe and healthy work environment. ...go to the Safety article.
The City of Archdale is committed to the development of its employees. As such, we offer employees both internal classes and external training opportunities. ...go to the Training & Development article.
The City of Archdale does not discriminate in any way or deprive any person of employment opportunities or otherwise adversely affect the status of any employee because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age disability, citizenship, veteran status, genetic information, lawful ...go to the Equal Employment Opportunity article.
The City of Archdale is strategically located at the intersection of I-85 and US 311 in the northwest corner of Randolph County and southwest corner of Guilford County. It is also located in what is known as the Piedmont Triad region ...go to the Location, Location, Location… article.
If you look around town you always notice the city trucks. Our crews are constantly picking up yard waste and limbs or doing repairs on water mains and pipes or sewer lines. Safety is our main concern. Please exercise caution when approaching ...go to the Public Works Information article.
Unless otherwise specifically provided or unless otherwise clearly required by the context, the
words and phrases defined below shall have the meaning indicated when used in this code:
(a) Council: The Council of the City of Archdale.
(b) Code: The Code of ...go to the City Code of Ordinances article.
108 Park Dr. PO Box 1464 Archdale, NC 27263 (336) 431-1938 Email: *protected email* Hours: Monday – Friday,8am until 5pm The Archdale Senior Center is a community focal point for older adults. Belonging to the Randolph County Senior Adults Association, the Center provides ...go to the Senior Center article.
10433 S. Main Street Archdale, NC 27263 “Creekside Park is our Backyard” (336) 431-3811 Hours: Monday – Thursday, 9 – 8 pm. Friday, 9 – 6 pm. Saturday 9 – 5 pm. The Archdale Public Library staff welcomes you to the fastest growing, full service branch within the ...go to the Public Library article.
Federal Government US Congressman Howard Coble US Senator Richard Burr US Senator Kay Hagan State Government State of North Carolina North Carolina General Assembly Senator Jerry Tillman Representative Pat Hurley NC State Board of Elections North Carolina League of Municipalities Local Government ...go to the Featured Links article.
Where do I pay my utility bill? Information is provided on the back of the water bills. Customers may make payments online, by U.S. mail, by bank draft, or at City Hall located at 307 Balfour Drive (8:00 am – 5:00 pm, ...go to the F.A.Q.s article.
Summary: This article establishes procedures for the subdivision of land. Included are requirements for the division of land into a subdivision, as authorized by NCGS § 160A-371 to 160A-376. ...go to the Subdivision Ordinance article.
Section 101. Intent
Section 102. Authority and Enactment
Section 103. Jurisdiction
Section 104. Exceptions to Applicability
Section 105. Criminal Penalties
Section 106. Remedies
Section 107. Severability
Section 108. ...go to the Watershed Ordinance article.
The zoning regulations and districts as herein set forth have been made in accordance with a
comprehensive plan and for the purposes of: ...go to the Zoning Ordinances article.
Acrylic Painting Classes!
Easter Egg Hunt - April 8, 2017 2PM! ...go to the Special Events article.
The City of Archdale provides water, sewer, trash pick-up, and recycling. Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Contact Information Sarah Harrison | (336) 434-7339 | email@example.com Carly Moon – (336) 434-7338 – firstname.lastname@example.org Martha Collins – (336) 434-7340 – email@example.com Download ...go to the Utilities Department Information article.
Download the Utility Customer Service Policies & Procedures ...go to the Policies & Procedures article.
Please report any streetlight outages by contacting Duke Energy at http://www.duke-energy.com/north-carolina/outages/streetlight.asp ...go to the Streetlight Outages article.
Residential Customers In most cases, the water meter is located at the front of the property near the street underground with a plastic or metal lid. Commercial Customers In most cases, the water meter is located at the front of the property, ...go to the Water Meter Information article.
The mission of the Archdale Police Department is to protect life and property by providing exceptional municipal police services to our community in a partnership with the citizens of Archdale. Main phone number: 434-3134 ...go to the Police Department article.
CALL: (336) 861-STOP How It Works As a non-profit organization, Crime Stoppers of Archdale involves the community, the media and law enforcement in the fight against crime. Crime Stoppers works with the Archdale Police Department, but we are not part of the ...go to the Crime Stoppers article.
Phone: (336) 431-2512 The Guil-Rand Fire Department was organized in 1950 to provide fire protection and rescue services to what is now the greater Archdale and Trinity area. Prior to that time, there was no organized fire and rescue service in the ...go to the Fire Department (external link) article.
Phone: (336) 434-3134 Providing animal control service to the City of Archdale area only. Residents outside of the city limits should contact Randolph County Health Department’s Animal Control Program at (336) 878-8235. ...go to the Animal Control article.
This Annual Report for the City of Archdale Wastewater Collection System is prepared and submitted as required by House Bill 1160, of the Clean Water Act of 1969. This report summarizes the City of Archdale’s Collection System performance of over a twelve ...go to the Wastewater Collection System 2016 Annual Report article.
A great park is the heart and soul of the community. A place to meet friends, family and neighbors. A place to experience City Events, and make new memories. Take a minute to look through our Creekside Park Photo Gallery and experience ...go to the Parks & Recreation Photo Gallery article.
Put your sewer on a low fat diet. Please keep fats, oils and greases (FOG) out of your kitchen sink! How to Prevent Fats, Oils, and Greases from Damaging Your Home and the Environment Fats, Oils, and Greases aren’t just bad for your arteries and your waistline; ...go to the Fat Free Sewers article.
The City operates under a Council-Manager form of government. The Council is the policy-making and legislative body of City Government and includes a Mayor and six City Council members. Two Council members are elected at- large and serve four year staggered terms. ...go to the Government Overview article.