The Harnett County Board of Commissioners is committed to providing the county’s citizens with opportunities to make their voices heard during the decision-making process. Commissioners offer public input opportunities at various meetings throughout the year. Listed below are the upcoming public hearing and public comment opportunities.
Harnett County Board of Commissioners will hold a public comment period during their regularly scheduled meetings. The public comment period allows for up to 30 minutes for informal comments allowing 3 minutes for each presentation. Please note the Harnett County Board of Commissioners adopted revisions to the Rules of Procedure, Rule 29. Public Comment Period on April 4, 2022. A copy of the rule can be found by clicking here.
Speakers are requested to signup prior to the meeting. Speakers may sign up by contacting the clerk Melissa Capps at email@example.com at least one hour prior to the start of the meeting or by utilizing the signup sheet at the back of the room. The signup form will be picked up by the clerk 5 minutes before the published meeting start time.
During this public comment period, citizens may speak on any issue they wish for three minutes, so long as their comments are respectful of others.
The meeting will take place in the Commissioners Meeting Room, located on the second floor of the Harnett County Resource Center & Library. The address is 455 McKinney Parkway, Lillington, NC 27546.
Public hearings will be held throughout the year to allow citizens to provide input on County initiatives. Listed below are the upcoming public hearing opportunities. Public hearings will take place during the Board of Commissioners regular meeting.
September 18, 2023: Public Hearing to allow citizens an opportunity to comment on ton transportation needs and the proposed 5311 Community Transportation Program application for FY2025
September 18, 2023: Public Input session for the proposed Opioid Task For Strategic Plan. The plan was presented at the September 12 Commissioner Work Session Meeting. You can view the presentation on YouTube or the September 12 agenda packet