|Welcome to the Sampson County property addressing page.
To request a new 911 address, complete an Address Request Form. Submit the form to firstname.lastname@example.org with copies of the completed Septic and Zoning Permits.
Addresses can only be assigned to structures such as a residence, business, etc.
If you have any questions about the addressing process, please call 910-631-1045
Sampson County Addressing Display Ordinance
Sampson County Address Scale
Sampson County House Numbers
Phone: (910) 631-1045
Fax: (910) 592-5383
530 Commerce St,
Clinton, NC 28328
Can a road name be changed?
Not presently, a moratorium is currently in place, which prevents road name changes at this time.
How do I display my address properly?
The instructions for properly displaying your street number are available in this diagram. You may download it and print it for reference. Engineered plans are drawn to scale.
How do I get a 911 address?
What are the procedures in naming a private road?
In naming roads, the Road Naming Committee reviews all road name choices with alternate names submitted by the property owners and uses the following criteria in their recommendation:
Street names that are the most popular among parties provided it is not a duplicate.
Street names that are not difficult to pronounce or sound similar to existing roads.
Street names with 15 or less characters, including spaces, but not including suffixes.
Street names which are not duplicated.
The Road Naming Committee forwards road name recommendations to the Board of Commissioners and requests a public hearing. A public hearing notice is published 10 days prior to the hearing date in the local newspaper. The Board of Commissioners hold the public hearing and approve road names accordingly.
What if I do not know my 911 address?
If you do not know your 911 address and would like to find the information, call (910) 631-1045 or go in person to the 911 Addressing Office.
When can a private road be named?
A street name is assigned to a private road that provides access to three or more residences, businesses, industries or a combination thereof, regardless of the length of the road.
Who puts up the road sign?
The County of Sampson is responsible for the installation of all road signs relating to 911 services. For questions regarding installation of road signs for 911 service, call Sampson County Public Works at (910) 592-0188.
Who submits the road names?
The property owners on the road are asked to submit a ballot card, typically left on each door, with at least three road name choices. The information on each property owner is obtained from the Tax Office. Ballot cards are then forwarded to the property owners.