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Handling the rain
The recent heavy rains have kept stormwater crews busy, but thanks to several newly completed projects, many areas are no longer flooding. [Read more...]
Volunteer on a board or commission
There are currently vacancies on several city boards & commissions. Get your application in by July 25 and get involved with your city! [Read more...]
City saves $257,000 by recycling

Over the past year, the City of Wilmington has saved more than $257,000, thanks to city recycling customers. City recycling customers recycled about 8 percent more this past fiscal year than they did in the previous year.

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Water St paving underway
City crews are applying temporary pavement and patches on Water Street between Princess and Walnut streets as part of the city’s streets maintenance program. While paving is underway, there will be intermittent, temporary lane closures on Water Street, but traffic flow will be maintained.  [Read more...]
WPD welcomes new officers

The City of Wilmington welcomes 12 new graduates to the Wilmington Police Department at 3 p.m. on July 11 at City Hall!

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Muni golf course gets green
On Thursday, July 10, crews began “sprigging” approximately 12 acres of greens and approaches at the City of Wilmington’s municipal golf course.  The sprigs, which are 3-6 inch grass stems, are hand-planted. [Read more...]
Transportation bond to appear on Nov. ballot

At their July 8 meeting, the Wilmington City Council approved a $44 million bond referendum which would allow for $55 million in transportation improvements within the city. The referendum will appear on the Nov. 4 ballot.

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Council meeting July 8
See what's on the agenda for the July 8 City Council meeting. [Read more...]
City receives recycling grant
The City of Wilmington’s recycling program continues to expand in an effort to reduce landfill waste and save money. At their meeting tonight, the City Council will receive a $25,000 state grant that will be used to add 19 new recycling receptacles to pedestrian areas on North Front and North Third Streets. [Read more...]
Arthur causes small delay in yard waste pickup

Hurricane Arthur generated enough excess yard debris to cause a 1/2 day delay in yard waste pickup. Citizens are asked to leave yard waste curbside until it is collected as crews will be working on July 9 and July 12 to get caught up.

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