Message From the Governing Board
The Mayor and Town Council welcomes you to our Website. Incorporated in 1872, the Town of Robersonville embraces a business friendly atmosphere that nevertheless, retains the warmth and unique charm of a small town. Located in the northeastern Coastal Plain Region of North Carolina, this Martin County Town is home to the St. James Place Museum and East Carolina Motor Speedway. The Town of Robersonville offers a full range of utility services including electric, water, and sewer that are provided at a reasonable cost by professional and courteous individuals dedicated to quality service. Recently completed expansion of water and wastewater facilities demonstrate our commitment to a progressive and successful future. We are extremely proud of our vibrant community and welcome all inquiries.
The Town of Robersonville
Martin County Tourism Development Authority
Robersonville Improvement Committee
Music on the Corner
Saturday, May 21, 2016
Corner of Main and Railroad Streets
Hot dogs, chips, and drinks--$.50 each
Contact numbers 252-795-4157 or 252-795-4339
Food, fun, merchandise, other entertainment
Bring your own chair
Town of Robersonville
Fair Housing Complaint Procedure
Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, as amended, through the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 states it is against the law to discriminate against persons in the buying, renting or financing of houses or apartments because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, family status or handicap.
Any person or persons wishing to file a complaint of housing discrimination in the Town may do so by informing Elizabeth Jenkins, Town Manager, 114 South Main Street, PO Box 487, Robersonville, NC 27871, phone: 252-508-0311, TDD: 1-800-735-2962, of the facts and circumstances of the alleged discriminatory act or practice;
Upon receiving a housing discrimination complaint, the Town shall inform the North Carolina Human Relations Commission (Commission) and the complainant about the complaint within ten (10) calendar days of receipt for conciliation and resolution. The Town shall then assist the Commission and the complainant in filing an official written housing discrimination complaint with the Commission, pursuant to the State Fair Housing Act and Title VIII;
The Town shall offer its assistance to the Commission in the investigation and conciliation of all housing discrimination complaints which are based upon events occurring in Robersonville, North Carolina.
The Town shall publicize within Robersonville, North Carolina that it is the local agency to contact with housing discrimination complaints. This information is available in Spanish or any other language upon request.
Esta información está disponible en español o cualquier otro idioma bajo petición. Por favor, póngase en contacto con Elizabeth Jenkins en 252-508-0311 para esta aplicación.