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Office of Public Information
425 S. Lexington Ave., Ste. 204
P.O. Box 1358
Burlington, NC 27216
Office: (336) 222-5076
Office: (336) 222-5073
Rachel Kelly, Dir. Public Policy/ PIO
Mobile: (336) 516-1532
Teri Monroe, Public Information Technician
Welcome to The City of Burlington's Office of Public Information.
The Public Information staff works to serve Burlington's residents, staff, and media outlets by providing them with timely, abundant and reliable information.
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and digital copies can be accessed
The City engages with citizens and stakeholders through multiple social media outlets.
Click here for a full list of social media outlets managed by the City of Burlingto
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Public Information staff oversees the City's official website, www.BurlingtonNC.gov. If you have questions for the webmaster, please use the contact information listed above to call or send an email.
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Public Information staff is pleased to arrange talks or tours for student groups, scout troops, civic organizations, etc. Contact the Office of Public Information to learn about the options available to you and to schedule a talk or tour through the City of Burlington.
Public Records Requests
The Office of Public Information coordinates the fulfillment of request for Public Records. Please email
or call (336) 222-5076 for more information.
The Office of Public Information is responsible for acting as a liaison between media outlets and the City. The Office of Public Information issues
regularly and serves as the primary media contact.
To be added to the media distribution list and receive all Media Releases issued by the Office of Public Information, email your request to
Members of the media may contact Public Information Officer Rachel Kelly directly at (336) 516-1532 to arrange interviews, request information, or receive assistance in covering news about the City of Burlington.
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