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Mayor Emery Doughtie

Mayor Emery Doughtie was elected in November 2009 and is currently serving his third term as Mayor of Roanoke Rapids.  Before beginning his term on the Roanoke Rapids City Council, he served 3 years on the Roanoke Rapids Sanitary District Board and 15 years on the Board of Education of the Roanoke Rapids Graded School District. 

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Carl Ferebee, District 3 Councilmember

Mayor Pro Tem Ferebee was first elected to the City Council in 1999 and is currently serving his sixth term in office representing District Three.  Before beginning his term on Council, he served on the Roanoke Rapids Area Planning Board from 1989 to 1999. 

Suetta Scarbrough, District 1 Councilwoman

Councilwoman Suetta Scarbrough was elected in November 2009 and is currently serving her third term in office representing District One. Before beginning her term on Council, she served 18 years on the Halifax Community College Board of Trustees—serving two terms as Chairman.

Rex Stainback, District 1 Councilmember

Rex Stainback was appointed by City Council on August 24, 2021 to fill the vacant District 1 seat previously held by Ernest Bobbitt. Mr. Stainback was sworn in on September 7, 2021 and will serve the remainder of the term until November 2023.

Wayne Smith, District 2 Councilmember

Councilman Wayne Smith was elected in November 2013 and is currently serving his second term in office representing District Two.  Before beginning his term, Councilman Smith served on the Roanoke Rapids Recreation Advisory Committee.

Sandra W. Bryant, District 2 Councilmember

Sandra W. Bryant was elected in November 2019 and is serving her first term in office representing District Two. Before beginning her term on Council, she served two years on the Beautification Committee.

Leaf Collection Notification

  • Leaf Collection Notifications

        Loose leaf season has ended. It will resume in November.      Crews work a daily assigned route and cannot take special requests or special arrangements. Loose leaf piles should be placed behind the curb or edge of pavement without blocking the sidewalk or street. Do not rake or blow leaves into the...

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