The Communications and Outreach department creates and implements strategic communication initiatives that educate, inform, engage and build mutually beneficial relationships and dialogue between the County and its residents, employees, partner agencies and the greater community.
The department provides up-to-date and accurate information on the news and information that matters most to Cabarrus County residents. Information is posted through social media, our website and on Cabarrus County’s Own Channel 22 (TWC).
Media and community outreach contact:
Communications and Outreach Manager
Communications and Outreach information resources
Facebook: Follow for important news and deadlines, general event and program information and emergency communications
Twitter: Follow for live updates from Board of Commissioner meetings, important news and deadlines, general event and program information, and emergency communications
E-newsletter: Follow for important news, deadlines and general event and program information. Compiles information from public libraries, parks, social services, senior centers, the Cooperative Extension Office, general County government, local municipalities and their partners. Delivered weekly, on Thursday evening.
News articles: Receive news releases from Cabarrus County government as they are released to the media.
YouTube: Catch Board of Commissioners meetings, special events, program information, pet shows, cooking shows and a local current events show online—on demand.
Sign up for Cabarrus County’s reverse 9-1-1: The Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office encourages residents to sign up for the County's mass-notification system. Officials sparingly use it to provide residents with messages and directions when situations arise.
Channel 22: Airs on Time Warner Cable Channel 22 in Cabarrus County. Offers a wide-variety of original programming specific to Cabarrus County, including Board of Commissioners meetings, Board of Education meetings, special events, program information, pet shows, cooking shows and a local current events show.