Belong in Burlington
Belong in Burlington is a new resident event hosted by the City of Burlington to help our newest residents establish roots in the community. This free event is hosted at the Burlington Municipal Building in downtown Burlington, and is designed to help you find ways to connect with your community and meet others who live, work and make a difference in Burlington!
Alamance County Newcomer's Guide Download the Guide
Our Newcomer’s Guide has everything you need to know from local schools, gas/electric companies, and area history/culture! Alamance County is the perfect locale for commuters with easy access to I-85/40 into Raleigh or Greensboro. Our quiet community gives a great small town feel with all the great amenities of a big city! Check out our Guide for more information, or better yet, pay us a visit!
NC Department Secretary of State Website →
The State of North Carolina provides quick links and helpful information for folks interested in starting a business in the state.
Alamance Chamber of Commerce Website →
With a variety of business programs and networking opportunities, the Alamance Chamber works hard to enhance Alamance County businesses, as well as promoting and stimulating economic vitality for the community.
City of Burlington Website →
The City of Burlington provides a variety of services to residents within city limits. Information about billing, city council, and a variety of other topics can be found at their website.
Move Your Business to Burlington Website →
Discover why it's time to GET IN to business in Burlington.
Downtown Burlington Historic District Website →
The Downtown Burlington Historic District encompasses the center of Burlington's business district, and has since its founding as a railroad repair site that grew into an industrial community in the second half of the 19th century.
United Way Website →
With a variety of service areas, United Way specializes in fundraising and nonprofit support. Information regarding volunteer opportunities, giving campaigns, and key local nonprofits is listed on their website.
Allied Churches of Alamance County Website →
Housing the homeless and feeding the hungry is one of ACAC's main goals. Will you join the fight to end hunger and homelessness in Alamance County?
Alamance County Schools Website →
For information regarding the local school system, please refer to the Alamance / Burlington school system website.
Alamance Community College Small Business Center Website →
Small businesses need nurturing and support in order to grow and to increase profitability. At ACC's Small Business Center (SBC), business owners can access a variety of resources and tools that are proven to help businesses prosper. The SBC offers confidential counseling for your specific needs, a wide range of online learning options, and workshops designed to help small businesses succeed.
Burlington Parks and Recreation Website →
The coordinator for key Burlington events, the City's Department of Recreation and Parks B-Town Events division organizes some of your favorite activities, including 4th Fridays, the Halloween Spooktacular, St. Paddy's Day Parade, and holiday parades.
Alamance Convention and Visitors Bureau Website →
Planning a trip to Alamance County? Be sure to stop by the Convention and Visitors Bureau to learn about area events, attractions, shopping, and lodging opportunities. Create an itinerary and learn more about the area at their website.
Link Transit Website →
Interested in the local bus system? Routes, fares, and other key information is on their website, along with live bus tracking information.
Impact Alamance Website →
A key resource for the community, Impact Alamance funds initiatives that promote healthier, smarter, and stronger citizens. For information regarding nonprofit support, giving opportunities, and their current action plan.
Women's Resource Center Website →
Providing a range of services for women in Alamance county, the WRC helps to empower women to enrich their lives.
Elon Downtown Center for Community Engagement Website →
Coordinating the involvement of Elon University with downtown Burlington, the downtown center provides space for meetings and serves as a hub for service learning.