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View November 6th Election Results Online

Citizens can view the unofficial November 6, 2018, election results online. Read More...

Hurricane Florence Disaster Recovery

Many have been negatively impacted by Hurricane Florence. Here is a list of recovery assistance resources available to the public. Read More...

General Assembly Approves Moratorium On Permit Fees For Florence Related Damage Construction (Refunds Available)

General Assembly approves moratorium on permit fees for Hurricane Florence related damage construction/refunds available. Read More...

Sampson County Accepting Bids For Essential Single Family Rehabilitation Loan Pool - Disaster Recovery (ESFRLP-DR)

Sampson County has received funding from the Essential Single Family REhabilitation Loan Pool - Disaster Recovery (ESFRLP-DR) to provide the rehabilitation of at least three houses in Sampson County. Read More...

Disaster Recovery Center Established in Sampson County

The State of North Carolina and FEMA have established a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in Sampson County. Read More...

FEMA Individual Assistance is Not a Substitute for Insurance

FEMA individual assistance is not a substitute for insurance. Read More...

County DSS Accepting D-SNAP Applications

D-SNAP applications will be accepted Friday, September 28th - Saturday, October 6th, 8am-6pm daily, at the DSS Office.  Read More...

Mosquito Spraying To Begin Soon In Sampson County

Sampson County staff anticipate beginning their ground spraying for mosquitoes soon. Read More...

Governor Cooper Orders Mosquito Control for Disaster Counties

Sampson County to receive assistance with mosquitos following the Governor's ordering of mosquito control for disaster counties. Read More...

Officials Encourage Precaution Due To Mold In Flooded Buildings

Health officials encourage precautions due to mold in buildings flooded by Hurricane Florence, which could present health risks.

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Nonprofit Houses Of Worship Eligible To Apply For FEMA Public Assistance

Nonprofit Houses of Worship in North Carolina are now eligible to apply for FEMA public assistance in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Read More...

Understanding Your FEMA Determination Letter or Email

Those who have applied for FEMA disaster assistance may receive determination letters shortly. FEMA has provided some information to help you understand your eligibility a little better.  Read More...

American Red Cross - Hurricane Florence Emergency Financial Assistance

The American Red Cross has began providing emergency financial assistance into the hands of people across the Carolinas whose homes were most affected.  Read More...

Sampson Soliciting Proposals for Disaster Debris Removal Services

Sampson County is soliciting proposals for disaster debris removal associated with Hurricane Florence. Read More...

VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED IN SAMPSON

The regular voter registration deadline in 28 counties most affected by Hurricane Florence has been extended to 5 p.m. Monday, October 15th.  Read More...

OFFICIALS IMPOSE A MANDATORY EVACUATION FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN SAMPSON

County officials have imposed a mandatory evacuation order for certain portions of southern Sampson County.  Read More...

Sampson County Opens Donation and Volunteer Center

Generous Sampson County citizens and organizations are eager to help those impacted by Hurricane Florence. Learn how you can help.

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Renters Facing Eviction in North Carolina May Be Eligible for Federal Help

North Carolina renters who face eviction or have been evicted from their storm-damaged apartment complex—whether their unit had damage or not—may be eligible for disaster assistance from FEMA. Read More...

County Announces Shelters For Hurricane Florence

The County has announced shleter openings for Hurricane Florence.  Read More...

Inspector General Warns Public About SSA Impersonation Schemes

The Acting Inspector General of Social Security, Gale Stallworth Stone, is warning citizens about ongoing Social Security Administration (SSA) impersonation schemes.  Read More...

Sampson County Names Director of Sampson Area Transportation

Sampson County names Rosemarie Oates as Director of Sampson Area Transportation.  Read More...

Request For Proposal - Roof Repair And Coating For Public Works Building

Sampson County is soliciting and will receive sealed bids for Roof Repair and Coating for the Public Works Building. Read More...

Free Immunizations During National Immunization Month - August 2018

August is National Immunization Month and as families are preparing to go back to school the Sampson County Health Department is providing free immunizations and school physical examinations for qualified individuals through August and September.  Read More...

2018 Property Tax Bills Listed In January Have Been Mailed

The 2018 property tax bills on real estate and personal property listed in January have been mailed. If you have any questions concerning your bill or did not receive one and thought you should, please contact the Sampson County Tax Office at 910-592-8146.
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Online Child Support Services Application

Sampson County DSS is pleased to announce the addition of the Online Child Support Services Application.  Read More...

Sampson Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors Meeting

Sampson Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors meeting will be held August 28th, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. 

The meeting is being held at the Pizza Inn on Sunset Ave in Clinton, NC. 
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June 26th Second Primary Official Results Now Available

View the June 26th Second Primary election results by clicking here Read More...

Vehicle Tax Receipts Available Online

The tax office has provided an online service for tax payers wanting vehicle tax receipts.  Read More...

JCPC To Consider Proposals For Conflict Resolution-School Based

The Juvenile Crime Prevention Council will consider proposals for conflict resolution-school based in Sampson Middle School and Roseboro-Salemburg Middle School.  Read More...

Land Use Plan Survey

The Sampson County Planning Board, Clinton-Sampson Planning Department, and Sampson County Land Use Plan Steering Committee have provided a public survey to assist in developing an updated Land Use Plan.

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Sampson Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) 2017 Annual Report

The Sampson Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) has released the 2017 Annual Report.  Read More...

County Manager's Report on Animal Shelter

Sampson County Manager Ed Causey presented the Board of Commissioners an update on management’s review of the Notice of Civil Penalty and Notice of Warning issued to the Sampson County Animal Shelter on March 12, 2018. Read More...

Newly Adopted Budget Available For Review

The newly-adopted budget for FY 2018-2019 has been adopted and is available for review in the Office of the County Manager (406 County Complex Road, Clinton) weekdays between 8 am - 5 pm. It is also available online by clicking here Read More...

Canvassed Primary Election Results

In conjunction with the NC State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement, Sampson County Board of Election will display canvassed primary election results on the county's website. Read More...

Department of Aging Nutrition Program: Volunteers Needed

Sampson County Department of Aging’s Nutrition Program is in need of volunteers for delivering meals to home bound clients.

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