Monday, May 21st, NCDOT will begin bridge work in the area of 149 Sailboat Road in Camden County. May 21 - 22 there will be one lane access only in the area and on May 23 the road will be completely closed to all traffic. This closure will begin at 9:00 pm on May 23rd and reopen by 6:00 am on May 24th.

There are approximately 145 residences/businesses affected by this closure, therefore the following emergency plan has been put into place for the period of closure:

  • An unmanned ambulance will be staged on the east side of the closure and should an emergency occur the ambulance will meet NCDOT staff at the work site to be transported across to the staged ambulance then continue to the scene, retrieve the patient and then be transported by NCDOT back to their unit at the closure are for response to the hospital.
  • A fire truck will staged on the east side of the closure for emergency response. Responding personnel will be transported across the work site by NCDOT to the staged fire truck and additional personnel will be assisted to the scene by NCDOT workers.
  • An unmanned Camden County Sheriff's Office vehicle will be staged on the east side of the closure and should an emergency occur a deputy will respond to work site and be transported by NCDOT staff to the staged vehicle and then continue to the incident.
  • NCDOT will be provided a VIPER radio for communications with Central Communications so they can be notified immediately of any emergency call in the affected area and be ready to transport emergency personnel upon their arrival.

Summer is quickly approaching and here at Camden County 4-H we are getting very excited! This summer we are offering a wide variety of opportunities for youth ages 5 - 19. Additionally, this summer we have a Youth Volunteer Counselor program that we encourage all outstanding youth, ages 16 and up to participate in. 

Please click here for more information on sign-ups, registrations, and a listing of 4-H Summer Programs offered. Your registration is not complete and the youth's spot at camp is not reserved until the necessary forms are completed, 4HOnline registration is complete and you have dropped off your payment to the Camden County Cooperative Extension Office, 120 NC Hwy 343 North across  form the Camden Courthouse.

Camden County Cooperative Extension is proud to introduce Ali Huber as the newest member of their staff. Ali will be serving as Camden's 4-H and Youth Development Agent. In this role, she will oversee the Camden County 4-H and Youth Development program which offers 4-H Clubs; School Enrichment; Teen Leadership Programs; At-Risk Youth Programming; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Programming; 4-H Camps and much more. 

Please click on the following link to learn more Ms. Huber's background.

Camden County's New 4-H Agent

Camden County Planning Department is a location where people can come view maps showing the location and design of the proposed widening of the US 158 from NC 34 at Belcross in Camden to NC 168 in Camden and Currituck Counties. 

The N.C. Department of Transportation will hold an informal public hearing for the proposed widening of U.S. 158 from N.C. 34 at Belcross in Camden County to N.C. 168 in Currituck County. The hearing will take place on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at the Currituck cooperative Extension Center, located at 120 Community Way, Barco, NC from 4:00 pm  to 7:00 pm. The opportunity to submit written comments and ask questions will be provided throughout the meeting. Interested citizens are encouraged to attend at any time during those hours. 

Click on the following link to download a complete copy about the above pubic hearing.

The maps are also available online at

For additional information, please contact Jamille Robbins, NCDOT Public Involvement, Community Studies, and Visualization Group Leader at email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Comments may be submitted through June 20, 2018

Please join Camden Parks and Recreation for the dedication of a new interpretive sign located at One Mill Park on One Mill Road in Camden County on Tuesday, May 15th at 10 a.m. The area known as One Mill, located in south Camden and on the Pasquotank River, was home to the Pasquonoke Indians prior to European settlement in 1650. In the 1700s, Issac Guilford constructed a windmill to grind corn and wheat for local farmers. Camden County was home to seven windmills and was rafted fifth in North Carolina. Many of these windmills were destroyed by hurricanes, fell into disrepair or become obsolete by the 1900s. The millstone at One Mill was found and donated to the Camden Parks and Recreation Department by Alex and Sandra Leary.

Camden County Parks and Recreation provides a wide variety of healthy, wholesome activities as well as preserving and maintaining the county's parks, facilities and open spaces.

Click here to learn more about Camden County's parks and recreational opportunities.

Click here to explore Camden's history through artifacts, miniature replicas, interpretive panels and knowledgeable documents at the Camden Heritage Museum and Historic Jail.