Latest Events

Mon Jun 01 @ 7:00PM -
Presentation of FY 2020-2021 Budget
Mon Jun 01 @ 7:00PM -
Commissioners Regular Meeting
Tue Jun 09 @ 7:00PM -
Planning Board Meeting Cancelled
Thu Jun 11 @ 8:00AM -
Soil & Water Conservation Meeting
Mon Jun 15 @ 7:00PM -
Commissioners Work Session
Mon Jun 15 @ 7:00PM -
Special Called Meeting
Thu Jun 18 @ 5:30PM -
Social Services Board Meeting
Mon Jul 06 @ 7:00PM -
Commissioners Regular Meeting
Tue Jul 14 @ 7:00PM -
Planning Board Meeting
Thu Jul 16 @ 5:30PM -
Social Services Board Meeting

Emergency Notification Registration

Announcements

Severe Weather Updates
Monday, 18 May 2020 08:56

To review updates on Severe Weather, go to

 
Offices Closed & Events Postponed/Cancelled in Perquimans County - May 20, 2020

To view the office closings and event postponing, go to Offices Closed & Events Postponed/Cancelled in Perquimans County

 
Governor Cooper Executive Orders
Wednesday, 06 May 2020 08:34

Governor Cooper issued Executive Order No. 141 (EO141) which puts in place “Phase Two” of easing COVID-19 restrictions. While the Governor’s Stay-at-Home Order remains in effect, EO141 increases the number of reasons people are permitted to leave and eases some other restrictions.  EO141 goes into effect at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 22nd.  For more information, go to

EO141 - Phase 2 - Additional Guidance for Various Businesses

 
Don't Forget to Complete Your 2020 Census
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 14:14

The #2020Census counts everyone who lives in the United States.  No matter who you are, we all count!  Go to 2020Census.gov now to be counted.  @USCensusBureau.  #shapeyourfuture. 

 
Perquimans Strong 2020 Project - Deadline May 31, 2020

Link for Perquimans Strong 2020 Project

 
ARHS Press Releases

To view the recent Press Release from Albemarle Regional Health Services (ARHS), go to

 
Additional Information on COVID19 Coronavirus

Since Governor Cooper has extended his stay at home order, the following county facilities will remain closed as follows:  Recreation & Senior programs will remain closed through at least May 8th and Perquimans County Library will remain closed through May 11th. For additional information on COVID19 Coronavirus, go to:

NOTE:  Beginning next week, the Perquimans County EOC Situation Report will only be sent out on Wednesdays.

Perquimans County Chamber Resources

Department of Defense Website for COVID -19 Symptom Checker

 
Upcoming Senior Citizens Events
Tuesday, 19 June 2018 00:00

The Senior Citizens will be holding the following events (be sure to check flyers for deposit and payment deadlines):

The Senior Citizens Center will be closed until further notice.  Albemarle Senior Games have been canceled.  A decision for NC Senior Games  State Finals will be made at a later date. For updated information on the Senior Activities, go to the Seniors Website.

 
Upcoming Events at NC Cooperative Extension
Wednesday, 04 December 2019 00:00

NOTICE: Perquimans Extension Programs are cancelled until May 20...or later as University continues to monitor and make decisions. (This includes the Albemarle 4-H Livestock Show and Sale.)  Our goal is to maintain virtual and verbal contact as much as possible with families, 4-H, and the Ag community.  We can be reached at 252-426-5428, on our website at perquimans.ces.ncsu.edu, or on Perquimans County Cooperative Extension and Perquimans County 4-H Facebook pages.

To obtain more information on upcoming events at NC Cooperative Extension, go to:

 
Upcoming Events at the Library
Thursday, 14 May 2020 00:00

NOTICE FROM PETTIGREW REGIONAL LIBRARY SYSTEM REGARDING LIBRARY REOPENING:  As the nation begins to phase out of the COVID-19 emergency, libraries around the country are beginning to resume some of their normal services in a gradual and safe phasing method. Perquimans County Library, Shepard-Pruden Library, in Edenton, Tyrrell County Library and Washington County Library in the Pettigrew Regional System will begin the process of gradually resuming our services in a safe and cautious manner starting Tuesday, May 19th. This first part of our reopening will allow for patrons to return books to the library and, on Thursday, May 21st, receive items through curb-side pick-up. Patrons can start placing their requests on Tuesday, May 19th and each request will be attended to on a first-come-first-serve basis. Patrons will have a limit of five items per person and they can place their order via phone, email, Facebook instant messenger, or through our online catalog. Pick-up hours will be from 1:00 – 4:00 PM on Monday through Friday. Patrons must call the library before they arrive to notify us that they will be picking up, to verify their information, and to let us know what vehicle they will be arriving in. Once the patron has arrived in the library parking lot, the patron must stay in their vehicle and wait for one of the library staff to approach their vehicle to assist them. If one of our staff does not come out immediately, place a phone call to notify us that you are there. We miss our patrons and are excited to start serving our patrons face-to-face once again!

 
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