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WarningA Warning is a product issued by the NWS (National Weather Service) indication weather hazard is either imminent or has been reported. A warning indicates the need to take action to protect life and property. The type of hazards is reflected in the type of warning (e.g., tornado warnings, blizzard warnings).
AdvisoryAn advisory is a product issued by the NWS (National Weather Service) that highlights special weather conditions that are less serious than a warning. An advisory is for events that may cause significant inconvenience, and if caution is not exercised, it could lead to situations that may cause threatened life and/or property.
Example: On a summer day the high was 90 and the low 70. The average is 80. 80 (average) - 65 (base) = 15 cooling degree-days. It reflects how much power people should be using on the average to cool, in this case their homes/businesses. Take those daily cooling degree days and you can have daily/monthly or annual averages
This practice allows the arms on the automated truck to grasp the container properly.Please call the Sanitation Division at (336)222-5111.
Quarterly, the City of Burlington holds FREE E-Waste Recycling days in order to give its citizens an option to keep Electronic Waste out of landfills as per the State Ban. Visit E-Waste Recycling
Receive reminders (calls, texts, or emails) about Leaf Collection pick up dates by subscribing to the "Waste/Recycling/Leaf Collection Updates" list on Btown Notify Me.
Existing Businesses:As of June 30, 2015, businesses will no longer need a license, with the exception of beer/wine privilege license holders.
New Businesses:At this time, the city will discontinue issuing new privilege licenses. Zoning and Building requirements still apply to all businesses.
Exceptions:Businesses that hold beer/wine privilege or taxi-cab licenses are not affected by the new state legislation and must still hold a license to operate in Burlington.
Questions concerning parking tickets should be directed to the City of Burlington Police Department at 336-229-3500.
Contact the Burlington Police Department either in person or by phone at 336-229-3500. Ask to speak with the on-duty supervisor.
Report the complaint to the on-duty supervisor. The on-duty supervisor will need the details of your complaint and will also need your full name, address, telephone number and other information that may be important.
The on-duty supervisor may have to complete a Burlington Police Department Complaint Report after you have spoken to them. If a report is required, the complaint will be forwarded to the appropriate personnel for further investigation.
A representative of the Burlington Police Department will contact you for further information that may be necessary to complete the investigation of your complaint Registering a Complaint
Please bear in mind that our officers/employees may only travel to locations within the City of Burlington, however, anyone is welcome to tour our Police Department.We kindly ask that you make your request at least two weeks in advance. We appreciate having the time to prepare for your group.
Found bicycles are held for 60 days, and then must be advertised for 30 days prior to releasing to the finder. The finder is required to sign a waiver prior to release of any item.
Contraband turned in is destroyed per policy.
Apply online by visiting www.BurlingtonNC.gov/HR
Residents can contact the Burlington Police Department at 336-229-3500 or can contact the juvenile crimes section of the Criminal Investigation Division at 336-229-3532.
The Alamance County Gang Task Force (ACGTF) can assist with prevention and intervention strategies for juveniles that are involved in gang activity or becoming involved in gang activity. The ACGTF can be contacted at 336-570-4180.
The Alamance County Division of Juvenile Justice located at 126 W. Elm St., Graham, NC could also be of assistance and they can be contacted at 336-570-6872.
Junk Cars or Abandoned Cars parked in the neighbor. Contact the Burlington Connected tip line at (336) 222-5024 or online at Burlington Connected
Neighborhood Issues – Contact the Burlington Connected tip line at (336) 222-5024 or online at Burlington Connected or the Burlington Police Department at 336-229-3500
Drug Activity - Contact the Burlington Connected tip line at (336) 222-5024 or online at Burlington Connected or the Burlington Police Department at 336-229-3500.
Please call 222-5076, email the Public Information Officer, Rachel Kelly at email@example.com or visit Suite 204 of the Municipal Annex Building located at 237 West Maple Avenue. in downtown Burlington to make a request for Public Records.
Water bills can be paid in person at 237 West Maple Avenue or in the drop box located on the side of the Municipal Annex Building. online