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Notice – Request for Proposals

The County of Pasquotank is seeking proposals for analysis of its Emergency Medical Service System’s current and future needs.  This analysis will provide insight for Pasquotank County into the need for current and future facilities, equipment and personnel needed to properly provide current and future EMS services to Pasquotank and Camden Counties.  The findings of the study will be presented to the County’s EMS Board for consideration and further action.

The RFP, including detailed specifications and procedures required for response, are available on the here. Proposals will be received until 3:00pm, Friday, March 23, 2018 in the County Manager’s Office, Pasquotank County Courthouse, 206 East Main Street, Elizabeth City, NC  27909.  The Pasquotank County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. If you have any questions or need any further information, please contact EMS Director Jerry Newell at 252-335-1524. 

Link to RFP.
                                                                                    Jerry Newell
                                                                                    EMS Director





Pasquotank-Camden 911 Telecommunicators (L to R) Crystal Owen, Pam Brown and Tara Battle were honored on November 23, 2017 at the State 911 Board Meeting in Raleigh for outstanding teamwork, professionalism and Commitment to Public Safety for their competent handling of the October 12, 2017 prison incident.  Not pictured but also honored was Lyteshia Riddick.  Congratulations and job well done! 


Our Elections Director, Kelli Price, won the award for "Outstanding Director" from the NC Association of Directors of Elections at their January conference. We already knew she was doing a great job! Glad the whole state knows it now!


Charles H. Jordan being sworn in on January 8, 2018 by Judge Eula Reid.  (Pictured with his wife Rita, daughter Dana and son-in-law Preston).

Jeremy Winslow, 8th grader at River Road Middle School led in the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag at the Board of Commissioners November 6th meeting.


Sean Lavin and David Boone, county representatives on the Pasquotank Joint Community Advisory Committee accepting a proclamation for National Long-Term Care Residents’ Rights Month. 


Northeastern High School Student Parker Betts led in the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag at the Pasquotank County Board of Commissioners’ October 16, 2017 meeting.


The Pasquotank County Recycling program is pleased to announce that CARTONS are now being accepted in the residential and municipal recycling programs!  Examples of cartons that are now recyclable include milk, juice, broth, soup, wine, etc.  When recycling cartons, please empty, rinse and recap without flattening the carton.  Cartons need to be in its three dimensional shape to be sorted at the plant.   

Our recycling contractor, Bay Disposal and Recycling has been working with the Carton Council since January 2017 to add carton sorting capability at their recyclables processing facility.  Bay has invested over $500,000 in equipment upgrades and has added a new positon for this purpose.   
For more information on the The Pasquotank County Recycling program, please visit



County Attorney Mike Cox is recognized for 15 years service and EMTs Robert Cutler and Laura Cutler for 10 years service.

Pictured with the Pasquotank County Board of Commissioner is 4-H’er Mikayla Quintero who represented Pasquotank County at the Commissioners Youth Summit at the NCACC Annual Conference this summer.  Mikayla led the Board in the Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag, as well as the 4-H Pledge at their September 18th Commissioners Meeting. 



                    Solar Eclipse at the Library!


Albemarle Soil & Water Conservation District newletter SPRING


Yvonne Williams, an 8th grader from River Road Middle School, lead the pledge at the the March 6th Board of Commissioners meeting.


Battle Betts, ARHS Executive director accepting proclamation from Chairman Perry thanking Albemarle Regional Health Services for 75 years of service to the residents of pasquotank County.



Local members of Delta Signa Theta attended the February 20th, 2017 commissioners’ meeting. 


Wondering how much you paid in car taxes while you are filling out your tax return? We have a website for you!! It's through the state - so its good even if you don't live in Pasquotank County. Enter you driver's license number, last 4 of your social security number and your birthday and it will show cars registered to you, how much you have paid in taxes and how much you owe (if any), your insurance info, everything connected to your driver's license. You can even register to vote!


Read the Fall Newsletter "The Northeaster" from Soil & Water Conversation


Northeastern Students won second place in the Forestry Contest held this year at Camp Cale in Perquimans County. Teams participating were from Gates County, Camden County, Currituck County, Pasquotank County and Perquimans County. The contest is sponsored by the Albemarle SWCD and J W Jones Lumber Company each year with assistance from the NC Forest Service. The advisor is Chelsie McPherson. Students left to right are: Ethan Pierce, Jake Cullens, Dustin Kinonos, and Zack Boyce.


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Emergency Notification System

Pasquotank County now utilizes Code Red as its county-to-resident notification system. With this service, Emergency Management can send personalized voice messages to residents and businesses within minutes with specific information about time-sensitive emergency situations. TheCodeRed service will be used to supplement our current communication plans and augment public safety/first responder services.

For residents, typically your home phone number is already in our database; however, we encourage you to provide us with your cell phone number and/or additional contact information for priority calling. In most cases we will be sending calls to only one phone number so you should prioritize your contact information based on the number that would be most successful in getting the message to you quickly.

We also know that your personal information is important, and rest assured that we will not share it with anyone. If you would like to provide additional contact information, click the CodeRed  image to sign up.

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Prescription Discount Cards are available for ALL Pasquotank County Residents. Learn more about the program by clicking on
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Get your burn permits online through the Division of Natural Resources. Your information will go straight to Forestry.


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