FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the official population of Hildebran
The official population estimate of Hildebran as of July 1, 2016 per the North Carolina Office of Budget and Management is 1,977. This makes Hildebran the third largest town, by population, in Burke County.
What is the tax rate in Hildebran?
The tax rate is $0.15 per $100 of valuation. Ex.: Property valued at $10,000 would pay $15.00 for taxes.
When is my tax payment due and how do I pay my tax bill?
Property taxes are due on September 1st of each year. Interest begins on January 6 of each year.
Beginning July 1, 2018, all real property, personal property, and licensed motor vehicle taxes for the Town of Hildebran will be collected by Burke County.
*Please note that the Town of Hildebran will not accept payment of taxes for 2018 bills.
Any bills prior to 2018 shall remain with the Town of Hildebran, and payment can still be made at Town Hall.
Where is the Town Hall Office?
The Town Hall office is located at 109 South Center St., Hildebran, N.C.
What is the mailing address and phone numbers for the Town Hall?
Town of Hildebran
109 South Center Street
Hildebran, NC 28637
How do I file a Nuisance Complaint?
You file a Nuisance Complaint by filling out the Nuisance Complaint form and dropping it by town hall or mailing it to Town of Hildebran, 109 S. Center Street, Hildebran, NC 28637.
How do I file for a Zoning Permit?
You file for a Zoning Permit by filling out the Zoning Permit form and dropping it by town hall or mailing it to Town of Hildebran, 109 S. Center Street, Hildebran, NC 28637.
Who is the Planner for the Town of Hildebran?
Rachel Wooster is the Planner for the Town of Hildebran. Her responsibilities include zoning and subdivision regulation, planning, annexation review and code enforcement. She is also the liaison to both the Town of Hildebran Planning Board and Board of Adjustment.
Ms. Wooster is at Hildebran Town Hall on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 8:30am-12:00pm