Local Government Services

The Mid-Carolina Regional Council serves as a resource to all our local governments. Listed below are some of the current offerings and some of the documents we have compiled for our members. 

Local Government Resources

Job Description Templates

This resource is available to all local governments in the Mid-Carolina region to help expedite the hiring process. The templates cover positions in administration, finance, fire, parks & recreation, police, planning & inspections, and public works.

Rate and Fee Schedule

*Disclaimer: The statistics are a collection of fees that we have found within each listed government. This is not an official list, and there may be some fees that are not included on this chart. Please contact Samantha Wullenwaber at swullenwaber@mccog.org for any questions or additions to the rate and fee schedule.

Salary Comparison Schedule

*Disclaimer: This document includes individual research that was based on information available. The information includes the lowest, highest, and average salaries for each listed position.

Services for Local Governments

Elected and appointed leaders may find themselves in need of assistance with specific issues or projects. Mid-Carolina offers a variety of services including:

  • Management consultation
  • Short-term staffing
  • Budgeting and capital planning assistance
  • Human Resources assistance including conflict resolution, mitigation, personnel policy updates, or salary studies
  • Grants administration
  • Strategic Planning / Retreats
  • Training for local elected and appointed officials and government employees

Transportation Planning

The Mid-Carolina Rural Planning Organization (RPO) provides transportation planning for Sampson and Bladen Counties, and portions of Cumberland and Harnett Counties. 

Regional Land Use Advisory Commission - RLUAC

RLUAC is a non-profit 501(C)3 organization consisting of 21 units of local government, eight counties and 13 municipalities.  RLUAC works to coordinate land use decisions between Fort Liberty and local governments. Learn more about RLUAC.

Rural Planning Organization (RPO)

History of the RPO

Regional Land Use Advisory Commission (RLUAC)
Regional Land Use Advisory Commission (RLUAC)

More on RLUAC