Departments

All Departments

Contact information for all County departments.

Active Living and Parks
Active Living and Parks

Parks, Senior Centers, Camps, Athletics, Classes, Programs and Field Trips

Londa Strong, Director
Addressing
Addressing

Brandy Webster, Addressing Coordinator
Adult and Aging Services
Adult and Aging Services

Programs that support independent living

Anthony Hodges, Adult Services Program Administrator
Arena and Events Center
Arena and Events Center

Concerts. Sporting Events. Trade Shows. Exhibitions.

Kenny Robinson, General manager
Board of Commissioners
Board of Commissioners

Public meetings and notices. Strategic goals, plans and Initiatives.

Lauren Linker, Clerk to the Board
Board of Elections
Board of Elections

Equal opportunity and access. Accurate tabulation and results.

Carol Soles, Elections Director
County Manager
County Manager

Progressive initiatives, fiscal administration.

Mike Downs, County Manager
Emergency Management
Emergency Management

Mitigation. Preparedness. Response. Recovery.

Bobby Smith, Emergency Management Director
Emergency Medical Services
Emergency Medical Services

Quick response. State-of-the-art equipment. Community education.

James Lentz, EMS Director
Fair
Fair

Kate Sharpe, Fair and Events Director
Finance
Finance

Financial operations, vendor relations, contracts and purchasing.

Susan Fearrington, Finance Director
Fire Marshal
Fire Marshal

Emergency response. training and education. Code enforcement

Steven Langer, Fire Marshal
Human Resources
Human Resources

Recruitment. Compensation. Benefits. Training.

Lundee Covington, HR Director
Human Services
Human Services

Adult and child protection, financial assistance, family services 

Karen Calhoun, Director
Information Technology
Information Technology

Open data. Online services. emergency alert system. GIS.

Debbie Brannan, CIO
Infrastructure and Asset Management
Infrastructure and Asset Management

Building and Grounds. Facilities Services. Sign and Fleet Maintenance.

Michael Miller, IAM Director
Land Records
Land Records

Parcel ownership and tax mapping. Aerial imagery.

Greg Belk, Land Records Manager
Library
Library

Connecting residents with information and resources that educate, enrich and empower.

Emery Ortiz, Library Director
Patrol Division
Patrol Division

Serving Cabarrus County, Harrisburg, Midland and Mt. Pleasant

Planning
Planning

Susie Morris, Planning and Zoning Manager
Records and Civil
Records and Civil

Apply for permits and search law enforcement records

Register of Deeds
Register of Deeds

Document recording, indexing, storing and preservation

Wayne Nixon, Register of Deeds
Solid Waste Management
Solid Waste Management

Residential and Construction Waste. Recycling.

Kevin Grant, Sustainability Manager
Specialized Units
Specialized Units

Specialized training for special events and incidents

Tax Administration
Tax Administration

Assessment, listing, billing and collections

David Thrift, Tax Administrator
Tax Assessment
Tax Assessment

Learn about tax value assessment

Bill Kouri, Tax Assessment Manager
Tax Collections
Tax Collections

County and city tax collection services

Janice Morrison, Tax Collection Manager
Veterans Services
Veterans Services

Accredited and dedicated service officers; Free assistance with VA programs

Zoning
Zoning

Susie Morris, Planning and Zoning Manager

FAQ

View our Top FAQ Items Below

How can I get a library card?

CCPL library cards are available for free to residents of Cabarrus County, ages 5 and up, along with: 

  • Rowan County residents
  • Employees of Cabarrus County
  • Employees of Cabarrus County Schools
  • Employees of Kannapolis City Schools
  • Students and Faculty of Barber-Scotia College, Rowan Cabarrus Community College, Cabarrus College of Health Sciences, Woodson University

A picture ID and proof of address is required to get a library card. Any eligible non-residents listed above should bring proof of employment/enrollment. Children's cards must be linked to an adult card, who assumes responsibility for those materials. 

Non-residents may also get a card for a $15 annual fee. For all guidelines and rules regarding library cards, please review our Circulation Policy

How do I schedule or verify a Transportation appointment?

If you are already an active rider with the Transportation Department, call 704-920-2246 to request a ride or verify your pickup time. If not already active, call 704-920-1583 to complete an assessment and be entered into the system. To schedule a pick up, you must call no later than 1 p.m. the day before the appointment. If the appointment is on Monday, you need to call by 1 p.m. on the Friday before. You can schedule rides up to two months in advance.

My pet is lost, what can I do?

View our lost and found to see animals currently in custody of Cabarrus County Animal Control. Check other resource tips on finding a lost animal.

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