This month in Town Hall News

Butner Town Council Regular Monthly Meeting December 5, 2019 Items of Interest The Butner Town Council met on December 5 for their Regular Monthly meeting. The December meeting following a municipal election (every two years) is different from all the other Regular Monthly meetings. A new Board is sworn-in.  This means that newly elected or... read more

Questions on 2020 tax bills

When residents receive their tax bills for 2020, if they own a motor vehicle that is registered to an address within the Town of Butner’s corporate limits, they will notice a $10 motor vehicle tax.  As allowed by North Carolina General Statutes §20-97(b), the Town of Butner has elected to levy a $10 licensing tax... read more

2020 Census

The Town of Butner is happy to share to residents all the ways that the upcoming 2020 Census matters to you.  An accurate census counts the number of people residing in one location at one point in time once every 10 years.  The Census was mandated by the Founding Fathers as the way to ensure... read more

This Month in Town Hall News

Butner Town Council Regular Monthly Meeting November 7 2019 Items of Interest The Butner Town Council met on November 7 for their Regular Monthly meeting. Troop 401, Eagle Scout Candidate Jacob Hughes, presented to Council his Eagle Scout project. He is making boxes to place old flags so they can receive proper ceremonial disposal. The... read more

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