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Administration

Town Manager/Clerk-

Kamara Barnett

(336) 694-5431

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Police - Fire - Emergency Services

Finance

Finance Officer - Ryan Strader

(336) 694-5431

 

Billing and Collections

Sharon Willis- Billing Clerk 

Kathy Hinton-Assistant Billing Clerk/ Administrative Assistant 

(336) 694-5431

Planning & Zoning

Click to view ordinances

Public Works

Director - Justin  Chandler 

(336) 344-3039

Fire Department

Fire Chief - Vernon Massengill

Emergency Services

Provided by Caswell County

Police

Provided by Caswell County Sheriff's Department

Airport

Info coming soon

Cemetery

Info coming soon


Departments

Administration

The administrative offices include the Town Manager. The Town Manager provides an avenue for the citizens to communicate with the government of Yanceyville. He also serves as Town Planner, Zoning Administrator, and Budget Officer. He is directly involved in planning, directing, managing and overseeing the activities and operations of the Town on a daily basis, as well as any personnel decisions within the Town.

 

Human Resources

The Human Resources Department performs a variety of tasks in updating, implementing, and complying with human resources requirements for the Town. This department maintains all employee records as well as information of positions available for employment with the Town. It also provides information regarding personnel policy and benefits.

Finance

The Finance Officer oversees the finance office and all financial records for the Town. The Finance Officer handles all collections for assessments, all permit fees, and any type of collections concerning Town of Yanceyville fees and services and delinquent accounts. Other functional areas of the department are accounts payable, payroll, and budgeting. The Finance Officer also maintains the audit reports and reports directly to the Town Manager and the Town Council on all matters regarding finance.

 

Finance Officer - Ryan Strader 

Email: finance@yanceyvillenc.gov

 

Tax Information:

Residents and businesses of the Town of Yanceyville benefit from prime industrial real estate, low property taxes, and a wide array of valuable resources provided by Caswell County and Yanceyville Town Government.
 

Tax Collection

The Town contracts with Caswell County for the collection and valuation of all taxes.

The Caswell County Tax Department is located in the Historic Caswell County Courthouse, or by mail at: Caswell County Tax Collector, P. O. Box 98, Yanceyville NC 27379
 

Rates and Revaluation

Town Property Tax Rate (Effective July 1, 2012):      $0.33 per $100 Valuation
County Property Tax Rate (Effective July 1, 2012)    $0.625 per $100 Valuation

Last Revaluation: 2008

 

You may list your property at the Caswell County Tax Office located on the lower floor of the Caswell County Courthouse on Church Street. You do not have to list real estate that has already been listed in a previous year.

Also, the Caswell County Tax Office from information provided by the DMV automatically lists motor vehicles registered with the NC Division of Motor Vehicles.

 

You must list any improvements or additions to real estate, unregistered motor vehicles, boats, trailers, and business or farm equipment.

 

Notice of Assessments are mailed to residents by August 1, and taxes are due December 31. 

Both Town and County property taxes can be paid at the Caswell County Tax Office located on the Lower floor of the Caswell County Courthouse on Church Street. Payments can also be mailed to the following address

Caswell County Tax Collector
P. O. Box 98
Yanceyville, NC 27379

 

Annual Budget

The Town of Yanceyville Annual Budget is presented here, with additional information to assist citizens with understanding the budget preparation and administration process.

 

The Budget Ordinance for the Town of Yanceyville is a document approved by Town Council annually that provides the map for which the Town Manager and staff will use to navigate the services and expenditures incurred by the Town throughout the year.


Billing and Collections:

This department is responsible for collecting all water bill payments, tracking local water use, and maintenance of all water accounts; in addition to handling a multitude of clerical and maintenance duties for the Town on a daily basis.


Billing Clerk - Sharon Willis 

Administrative Assistant/ Billing Clerk  - Kathy Hinton

(336) 694-5431

Email: utilities@yanceyvillenc.gov

Planning and Zoning

The mission of the department is to engage in responsible and responsive planning to enhance the quality of life in the community by promoting the wellness of neighborhoods, protecting property values by encouraging compatible development, and providing or the future growth and stability of the Town of Yanceyville. This department provides planning expertise to the Town Council, Planning Board, developers, surveyors, citizens, etc. on short and long range land use, zoning, subdivision provisions, watershed management, flood damage prevention and neighborhood revitalization (e.g., public nuisance abatement, minimum housing standards, abandoned/vacant structures).


Code of Ordinance
The Town of Yanceyville's Code of Ordinance is a document comprised of the Town Charter, Administration structure of the Town, Animal Control Provisions, Environmental Provisions, Nuisance Regulations, Housing Standards, Street and Sidewalk Provisions, Vehicle and Traffic Provisions, Utility Regulations, Zoning Regulations, and Franchise Provisions. These codes allow for the Town to ensure that the growth, development, and operation of the Town remain in the best interests of the community.

Zoning Ordinance
The Zoning Ordinance regulates how land may be developed within the Town limits. In particular it addresses zoning districts and respective provisions, special use permits, street access, signs, off-street parking and loading requirements, nonconforming situations, administration and enforcement, zoning permit application & issuance, certificate of compliance, violation and penalties, text amendments, Planning Board, mobile home parks, sexually oriented businesses, etc.

The Zoning Ordinance was re-adopted in full on May 7th, 2019 please refer to this Ordinance for any questions or concerns.


Full copies of the Ordinances can be printed by request at the Municipal Services Building. There is a $20.00 charge for the reproduction of the Ordinances.

Public Works

The Town's Public Works Staff is responsible for building and park maintenance, landscaping, event preparation, water meter reading, water and sewer line maintenance and repair, and inspection of infrastructure. The Public Works staff is trained to handle a diverse range or maintenance and repair issues, and work diligently to provide the best possible services to the community through planning, efficient workmanship, and customer service.

The Public Works Department operates Monday through Friday from 7:30am - 4:30pm, and are on call for emergency situations 24 hours a day.

To contact the Public Works Department, please call 336-694-5431 and a member of staff will direct your call to a Public Works employee.

Public Works Director -Justin Chandler 
(336) 694-5431 Office 

(336) 344-3039 Cell
Email: maintenance@yanceyvillenc.gov

Public Works Staff:
Tyler Blackstock 

Logan Wilson 

Landon Massey

Mark Guthrie

 

Water and Wastewater Plant Information

The Town of Yanceyville provides water and sewer services to over 1000 different account holders both inside and outside the Town's corporate limits. In order to supply the water demands of our community, and in turn the wastewater demands, the Town owns and operates a Water Treatment Plant and a Wastewater Treatment Plant.

The Water Treatment Plant is located at 1316 Badgett Sisters Parkway and was constructed in 2001. The Water Treatment Plant obtains surface water from S.R. Farmers Lake and treats the water which is then transferred to two holding tanks that are capable of storing over 1 million gallons of water. The Water Treatment Plant is capable of treating up to 1 million gallons of water a day, and uses the Green Leaf filtration method to treat the waters.

The Wastewater Treatment Plant is located at 666 Pine Drive and was originally constructed in 1967, but was updated in 1996 as the Town increased its wastewater treatment capacity due to growing demands on the system. The Wastewater Treatment Plant is capable of processing .45 million gallons of wastewater a day and is classified as a Sequential Batch Reactor system.
 

Both the Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants are managed by a third-party contractor, Inframark LLC, an independent, American -Owned company. Inframark is charged with the daily operations and maintenance of the two plants. By contracting with Inframark, the Town is able to see savings in the operation, maintenance, and personnel costs that would be involved if the Town were to provide those resources on its own. If you have questions about the Water or Wastewater Plants, please feel free to contact them.

If you have a question or complaint about your water, please contact either the Town Manager, or the Water Treatment Plant. If you have a question or complaint about your sewer, please contact the Town Manager.


Water Plant Contact Information:
Phone: 336-694-4227
 

Where does Fats, Oils and Grease Come From?

 A byproduct of cooking, fog comes from meat, fats, lard, oil, shortening, butter, margarine, food scraps, sauces and dairy products.  When washed down the drain, fog sticks to the insides of sewer pipes.  Over time, fog can build up, block entire pipes and lead to serious problems.

 

Tips for Handling Fats, Oils and Grease

  • Separate your fats, oils, and grease and pour into a container and dispose with your solid waste.
  • Solidify thin, liquid fats with absorbent materials such as kitty litter or coffee grinds before disposing in the garbage.
  • Do not pour down your drains.
  • When boiling meats or any fats, cover the drain with paper towels to filter the fats and prevent them from entering your drains.
  • Wipe out greasy pots and pans before rinsing.
  • Recycle used motor oils. Most service stations will accept up to 5 gallons of used motor oil at no charge.
  • Do not dump any oils, grease, or fats into the streets or storm drain.

 

Fire Department

The Yanceyville Volunteer Fire Department provides fire and rescue services for the Town of Yanceyville. The Fire Department is located on the square on Main Street. Additionally, the Fire Department operates a satellite station located at the Airport on Highway 158 west. There are 32 members of the department, all dedicated volunteers. The Fire Department operates two stations, with 11 vehicles, making them the premier Fire Department in Caswell County.


The Yanceyville Municipal Volunteer Fire Department is an all volunteer department led by Fire Chief Vernon Massengill.

Currently there are 32 voluntary members who serve not only the town but extend into the county as the need arises in support of county fire departments. All members are required to maintain skills in firefighting and technical rescue operations.

They are responsible for the routine maintenance and care of all equipment and to maintain a high level of readiness for any incident. They clean, inspect, repair and test all department resources to ensure a safe and efficient work environment at the Fire Department. If you have a problem, call us; we may have the inside track to finding the appropriate solution.


For a fire emergency, please call 911

For the Caswell County Dispatch office, call (336) 694-9311


Emergency Services

Law Enforcement Services are provided by the Caswell County Sheriff's Department. See the link below for more details about the law enforcement services provided in Town.

 

Emergency Management Services are provided by Caswell County Emergency Management:
Coordinator: Barry Lynch
Phone: (336) 694-5738
Email: blynch@caswellcountync.gov

 

Airport

Info coming soon