Update on NCACC Operations and Offices
UPDATE Tuesday, April 11
NCACC Staff is continuing to move equipment into our temporary office space. Web access is established at our temporary office location, and staff is working hard to get back to full capacity in our new space.
There will potentially be some delay in communication as we continue to re-establish our office phone system, and there will be some back-log of inquires that will need to be addressed once everyone is set-up and functioning at the new location. We appreciate the patience of those who have contacted us over the past two weeks during this transition.
NCACC emails are working normally. Anyone needing to contact NCACC Staff can use ncacc.org addresses. A staff directory is located here.
Mail addressed to our offices is being held and will be redirected to our new location. Expect some delays in delivery of mail to our office. Based on current estimates we expect to be out of our offices for a year.
Anyone with questions or in need of more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Around 10:15 p.m. Thursday, March 16th, fire broke out at a construction site adjacent to the NCACC offices located in the Albert Coates Local Government Center and Quorum Center in Wake County. The fire grew for more than an hour before it was contained, and significant damage was sustained. Gratefully, no injuries were reported, thanks to an incredible emergency response effort by Wake County and the City of Raleigh.
NCACC offices located in the Quorum Center were affected and the Coates Center incurred water and smoke damage. The NCACC is coordinating with the League of Municipalities to determine how to resume operations as soon as possible.
Our thoughts are with the families affected by this fire, and we will do all we can to minimize the disruption in our services to our valued counties.