Wednesday 18 Sep 2019

Wayne County’s ReBuild N.C. Application Center Relocates

As of Monday, March 11, the ReBuild NC Application Center in Wayne County has relocated. The new Wayne County Application Center is located in Goldsboro at 210 Dixie Trail. Hours of operation will remain the same; the center is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

All applicants currently being served by the Wayne County Application Center will still be able to maintain regular contact with program staff via phone, email or in-person at the new location.

Wayne County homeowners who were impacted by Hurricane Matthew but who have not yet applied for recovery assistance through the ReBuild NC program are strongly encouraged to do so. Impacted homeowners interested in completing a program application should dial 2-1-1 to speak to a program representative and schedule an appointment at the application center nearest them.

On average, applications take about two hours to complete. A checklist of documentation that may be required to complete an application and more information on the application process can be found at

Individuals can email [email protected] with any questions they may have about the program or their application and visit for more information.

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