News and Announcements

Pamlico County JCPC RFP 

Please click here for directions to submit a RFP to Pamlico County JCPC.

Posted by Courtney N. Wednesday, February 22, 2017 8:27:00 AM

RFQ - Reelsboro Elevated Tank 

Click here for Request for Qualifications for the Reelsboro Elevated Tank.

Three (3) copies of the Statement of Qualification must be received by February 28, 2017 at 5:00 P.M. in the office of the County Manager for the County of Pamlico. Facsimile and electronic submissions are not acceptable. 

Posted by Courtney N. Tuesday, February 14, 2017 10:15:00 AM

Two Vacancies on Regional Aging Advisory Committee (RAAC) 

There are two (3 year term) vacancies on the Regional Aging Advisory Committee (RAAC). If you are interested in serving on this Committee, please fill out this Application for County Boards and Committees and submit it to:

Pamlico County Clerk to the Board
302 Main Street
PO Box 776
Bayboro, NC 28515


Posted by Courtney N. Monday, January 23, 2017 12:48:00 PM

Temporary Change of Water Treatment Process 




From November 28, 2016 thru December 28, 2016 the Pamlico County Water Department will change its drinking water disinfectant from chloramines to chlorine.  The purpose of this change, which occurs annually, is to help ensure a high level of disinfection in our community's network of water mains.

In an effort to maintain compliance with disinfection by-product requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) the Pamlico County Water System utilizes chloramination at its water treatment facility.  Chloramination is the controlled application of ammonia to the chlorination, does not react with naturally occurring organic material in source water to form disinfection by-products currently regulated by the SDWA.

Water systems that utilize chloramination must periodically return to the free chlorine process.  This change provides additional assurance that the proper disinfection of water in the system is maintained.

Most customers probably will not detect the difference; however, those with keen sense of taste or smell may detect a slight chlorine odor in the water during this period.  This would be due to the presence of residual chlorine rather than odorless residual chloramines.


If you have any questions, please call the Water Department at 252-745-5453.

Posted by Courtney N. Tuesday, November 15, 2016 9:56:00 AM

Hurricane Matthew Recovery Assistance 

Click here for Hurricane Matthew Recovery Assistance.

Posted by Courtney N. Monday, October 24, 2016 3:18:00 PM