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Administration: The Administration Office includes the County Manager’s Office (Chief Administrator of the County), Assistant County Manager, Public Information Officer, Internal Auditor and Administrative Assistant. Information available at this site includes Press Releases, Manager's Budget Message, and other pertinent information for the administration of the County of Moore.    


Aging: Provide services that promote the well-being of older adults.    

Animal Operations: Enforces state statutes and county ordinances pertaining to animal law. Provides temporary care and shelter for the County's stray and unwanted domestic animals.    

Board of Commissioners: Establishes fiscal policy, ordinances and provides guidance for general County administration needs.    

Board of Elections: Responsible for conducting all elections held within the county. Your voter registration record is maintained by our office. We also certify petitions, as required by law, and accept and process all notices of candidacy and audits the public campaign finance committee reports.    

Child Support: Establishes and enforces child support orders.    

Cooperative Extension: Delivers educational programs on profitable agriculture, healthy families and leadership development.    

County Attorney: Appointed by the Board of Commissioners and serves as legal counsel to the Board as well as all County departments and the agencies of the County.    

Day Reporting: Provides substance abuse education, treatment and supportive services to citizens.    

Environmental Health: Responsible for the enforcement of local and state public health and environmental health laws, rules, and regulations for the citizens of Moore County.    

Finance: Responsible for County financial record keeping and accountability.    

GIS: Provides GIS, GPS, and mapping solutions to support all county departments, municipalities, and citizens of Moore County.    

Health: Protects and promotes the public’s health through the prevention of disease and injury.    

Human Resources: Develops and administers programs designed to increase the county's effectiveness as an employer -- its hiring processes, pay, benefits, human resource policies and others -- the whole spectrum of creating and managing the employer-employee relationship.        

Information Technology: Delivers technical support to all County departments ensuring the ability to access systems needed for service to our citizens.    

 Library: Visit the Moore County Library page on the Sandhill Regional Library System's site.  
Parks & Recreation: Provides recreational opportunities for Moore County residents of all ages.    

Planning & Zoning: Develops, administers, and enforces ordinances and codes for land use, and construction within the unincorporated areas of Moore County. Responsible for current and long range planning and community development projects.    
Property Management:      

Public Safety: A multi-faceted agency that encompasses the Offices of Emergency 911 Communications, Emergency Management, Emergency Medical Services, and Fire Marshal.    

Public Utilities: Four separate divisions make up Public Works with responsibility for operating the water systems serving Pinehurst, Seven Lakes, Vass, East Moore and Highland Hills; operating the County landfill and convenience sites; engineering capital projects; and managing the Wastewater Treatment Plant.    

Register of Deeds: Preserves, protects and provides Moore County's official public records for the past, present and future.    

Sheriff's Office: Law Enforcement and Detention    

Social Services: Provides public assistance, medical assistance, food assistance and a broad spectrum of personal social services to Moore County residents.    

Soil & Water: Provide technical, educational, and financial assistance to farmers and landowners wishing to preserve natural resources.    

Tax: Responsible for listing, appraising, assessing, billing, and collecting for all real property, personal property, and motor vehicles within the County.    

Transportation Services:

Provides transportation services on an advanced reservation basis for senior citizens, persons with disabilities, limited general public individuals and human service agencies on a county-wide basis and limited out-of-county services are provided for specialized care (for example: the Veterans Administration Hospital in Fayetteville).


Veterans Services: Assists with filing disability and death pension claims, educational benefits, and medical benefits for veterans and their families. They also assist with burial benefits as well as VA home loans.    

Youth Services: Provide resources that enable delinquent youth to become responsible and productive citizens.