Due to the health concerns associated with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and efforts to limit the possible transmission, Caldwell County Government has made the decision to limit access to many of its buildings. County business can be conducted via telephone, email, fax, or other virtual means to the greatest extent possible. Caldwell County will operate under normal business hours for critical county business only that cannot be done online or over the phone by appointment only.
Caldwell County Convenience Sites will operate on a regular schedule.
Meeting Rooms located at the Caldwell County Resource Center are closed.
Open for rabies vaccinations. Call 828-757-8625 to make an appointment.
You can now register or update your existing voter registration (change of name, address, party affiliation, etc.) to vote online or you can:
The office will be closed to walk-ins for job applications. The public can view and apply for job openings at www.caldwellcountync.org/hr/employment.
Caldwell County Public Library now offers limited curbside service at all three locations, so you can get a library card and/or access to any of our books, magazines, DVDs, CDs, audiobooks, and other materials. Curbside service is available, Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm.
Order up to 10 Children's items, 5 Teen items, and 5 Adult items at a time from any of our locations. Also request seeds from the Lenoir location's Seed Library.
Visit our website or call your preferred library for more details:
Accepts applications and other documentation via email, fax, mail, or a drop box located in the first floor lobby. To access the desired service or program, call the general DSS general number (828) 426-8200 or visit www.caldwellcountync.org/social-services. Clients can apply for FNS and Medicaid online with NC ePASS at epass.nc.gov/CitizenPortal/application.do.
Open for gun applications and fingerprinting and renewals must be completed online. Visitor access to the jail has been limited to lawyers/legal representatives only.
Call for service at 757-1345.