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Wilmington has come a long way over the past 275 years, but we are also looking forward to the future. The city is working on a long-term growth plan called a Comprehensive Plan to help manage our anticipated population growth and we are looking for public input. Visit to get more information on the plan, and share your ideas at

Our city limits and population have both grown significantly over the years, and by 2040, our population is expected to increase by 56,000. Since our city limits cannot expand, where will these people live and work? This long-term plan will attempt to answer these and other questions.

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