Camden County ADA Coordinator

Americans with Disabilities Act
Camden County Board of Commissioners complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Public Law 101-336 (ADA). This act prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability and requires that no qualified individual with a disability shall, on the basis of that disability, be denied the benefits of Camden County services, programs, activities or employment with Camden County.

Accessibility Needs
If you have a specific physical or service accessibility need (wheelchair or other mobility access, sign language interpretation, Braille or audio cassette, assisted-listening device, etc.), please notify the staff who work with the program or facility that you plan to use, so that we can reasonably accommodate you.

In compliance with Section 35, 106 of the ADA’s Title II regulations, all applicants, participants, beneficiaries and other interested individuals may obtain more information at the Americans with Disabilities Act website.

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  1. Mon, Sep 7

    Labor Day All county offices closed.
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  2. Mon, Oct 12

    Columbus Day All county offices closed.
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  1. NOTICE- Temporary Change of Advance Voting Polling Location

    Beginning Wednesday, August 5, and ending Friday, August 7, Advance In-Person voting for the August 11, 2020 Runoff Election will have a new location. Read on...
  2. Public Notice: Camden County Tax Commissioner's Office Temporarily Closed

    The Camden County Tax Commissioner’s Office will be closed Wednesday, August 5, 2020. It is anticipated for the office to re-open on Thursday, August 6, 2020, at 9:00 a.m. Read on...
  3. Public Notice: Potential Impacts from Tropical Storm Isaias

    With the impending approach of Tropical Storm Isaias, at this time coastal Camden County is in a Tropical Storm Warning and a Coastal Flood Advisory, along with a risk of Rip Currents. Read on...
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