ATTENTION CUSTOMERS AND CITIZENS
Due to a mechanical failure leaf pick-up will be delayed. Over the next few weeks our crews will continue to pick up leaves; however, the process will be slowed. We ask for your patience during this time and please know we are working as diligently as possible to keep your neighborhoods looking good throughout this holiday season. While we appreciate your concerns regarding the delay in leaf pick up, please understand that additional calls for pickups are not necessary. Again, we thank you for your continued patience.
ROAD CLOSURE - Due to construction, the intersection of Second (2nd) Street and Juanita Avenue, between Montague Avenue and Verna Avenue, will be closed to thru traffic on Monday, December 18, 2017. The intersection will be closed for the entire day barring no construction issues. Please make preparations now to take an alternate route and add to your travel time. We apologize for the inconvenience and we appreciate your patience as we experience Ayden's "growing pains".
Ayden Police Department's Elderly Watch Program
The Ayden Police Department along with the Ayden Community Policing Council care about our seniors and are bringing back our Elderly Watch Program. This program consists of volunteers from the Community Policing Council calling participants to check on them. Calls will be made between the hours of 10am and 4pm daily. This program is free of charge to seniors in our community. If you or a family member are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application so that you can be added to the list. Applications can be downloaded below or picked up in person at the Ayden Police Department, 4144 West Avenue, Ayden, NC. All applications should be turned in to Officer Clark. For more information or questions, contact Officer Clark at (252) 481-5834.
FY 2017-2018 Budget
2016 Town of Ayden Water Quality Report (CCR) available for viewing here.
Random Acts of Kindness
The Town of Ayden Governing Board approved the Random Acts of Kindness program at their October 24th board meeting. The purpose of this program is to foster stronger community relations through random acts of kindness. The components of the program are as follows:
*To qualify for the monthly "Random Act of Kindness Award" the name and a brief account of their act of kindness must be submitted by someone other than themselves to the Town Manager in writing.
*The winner will be chosen by a vote of the Board of Commissioners.
*The town will submit a picture and brief bio to local newspaper on the recipient's perspective regarding the improvement of community relations.
*Honoree’s name and deed will be mentioned in the town's monthly newsletter and their picture will be included on our website for one month.
*This will qualify them as a contestant to receive the annual "Random Act of Kindness Award" which will be chosen through Ayden's Board of Commissioners and Chamber of Commerce.
*Ask Ayden-Grifton High School to announce the person's name and deed at our high school ball games.
To nominate someone for a Random Act of Kindness, fill out the form below and turn it in to the Town Manager's office.
Town of Ayden Featured On National T.V.
The Town of Ayden is proud to announce that it has been featured on national television on The Discovery Channel. The Town appeared on Viewpoints with Terry Bradshaw and is recognized as being "One of America's Best Small Communities to Raise a Family."
Ayden officials had previously been contacted by United States Media Television, Inc., a television show production company based in Florida, about being featured in a short documentary about the Town and its charming qualities. The segment featuring the Town appeared on the Discovery Channel on August 2, 2013 and will continue to appear throughout 15 major markets across the southeast and Atlantic of the United States.
Below is the segment featuring the Town of Ayden. It can be viewed via the Town's website or via YouTube. READ MORE >>