North Carolina Property Mappers Association


Spring Workshops

The NCPMA is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring a series of 2-part workshops. At the Tarboro location, the morning session will be on Metadata, and the afternoon session will be on Interpreting DOT Right-of-Way Plans. The workshops will run from 9:00am to 5:00pm.

Locations

Location #1 -- Tarboro, NC

Tuesday, May 4, 2004
Edgecombe County Administration Building - 2nd Floor Conference Room (260)
201 St. Andrew St., Tarboro NC 27886
Attendance Limit: 30
Registration Contact: Rich Elkins, Edgecombe County GIS Coordinator
PO Box 10, Tarboro NC 27886
(252) 641-7859 or email relkins@co.edgecombe.nc.us

Registration

Tarboro Workshops Registration Form

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Directions

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Map of St Andrew St At E Granville St
Tarboro, NC 27886
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Directions to St Andrew St At E Granville St
Tarboro, NC 27886
The Edgecombe County Administration Building is located at 201 St. Andrew Street (corner of Granville St.) in downtown Tarboro. From most locations, you will arrive in Tarboro using US 64.

Coming from the West (Rocky Mount): Take US 64 East to Exit 486 (US 258 North, Princeville). Cross the railroad tracks and make a left at the stoplight onto Main St. (NC 33 West). Go a short distance and make a left at the stop sign. Cross the river into Tarboro and make a right at the stoplight on to St. Andrew Street. Turn right into the large parking lot and park anywhere.

Coming from the East (Williamston): Take US 64 West to Exit 487. (Do not try to go to Exit 486 as listed above, as there is no access from the westbound lanes.) At the bottom of the exit, turn right onto NC 33 West. Go 0.4 miles, cross the railroad tracks, and turn left, following NC 33 West as it runs along US 64 Alternate into Princeville. Once you pass through the stoplight (US 258/Mutual Blvd.), go a short distance and make a left at the stop sign. Cross the river into Tarboro and make a right at the stoplight on to St. Andrew Street. Turn right into the large parking lot and park anywhere.

Coming from the Northeast (Scotland Neck): Take 258 South to Princeville. After passing the first stoplight in Princeville, but before the second stoplight, make a left where the sign directs you to NC 33 West. Go around the curve, cross the bridge, and turn right at the stoplight onto St. Andrew Street. Turn right into the large parking lot and park anywhere.

Coming from the South (Farmville): Take 258 North to US 64, but do not exit to follow US 258. Instead, continue forward on US 64 Alternate (Western Blvd.) to the first stoplight past the bypass, and turn right onto St. James Street. Follow St. James St. to the first stoplight and turn right onto Albemarle Ave. (railroad tracks run down the center of the road) Go around the curve, crossing the railroad tracks to the light at Main St. When you cross Main Street, Albemarle becomes St. Andrew St. Go into the next curve and turn right into the large parking lot and park anywhere.

From the Southwest (Wilson): Take NC 42 East to NC 111 North (Just west of Pinetops). Take NC 111 North to Tarboro. NC 111 is Wilson Street in Tarboro. At Western Blvd. NC 111 turns right, but you should continue forward on Wilson St. to the next stoplight, Albemarle Ave. Turn right onto Albemarle Ave. (railroad tracks run down the center of the road) Go through the stoplight at St. James St., around the curve, crossing the railroad tracks to the light at Main St. When you cross Main Street, Albemarle becomes St. Andrew St. Go into the next curve and turn right into the large parking lot and park anywhere.

From the Southeast (Greenville): Take NC 11 North to US 64 West and follow directions from Williamston above, or take NC 33 West and follow the directions from Williamston, begining with "Go 0.4 miles..." above.

Reserved parking for those with Handicapped Parking Permits is located around the accessilble entrance across Granville Street from general parking.

The 4-story brick building on the corner past the parking lot is the County Administration Building. Entrance ramps for wheelchair access are at the Granville St. entrance only. (see picture) The meeting room is on the second floor in room 260. Signs will be posted on all entrances directing you to the proper room.


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