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Entries for December 2013

City offices closed for New Year's Day

City of Wilmington offices will be closed on Wednesday, January 1 for New Year's Day. There will be no interruption in trash service.

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Traffic Signal Timing - Continuous Improvement

The city's Traffic Engineering staff continually improves our traffic signal system by adjusting the timing at signals, especially during the holiday season.

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Big Blue - the gift that keeps on giving
Since the City of Wilmington provided new blue recycling carts last year, the number of citizens who choose to recycle and the amount of materials recycled has significantly increased. [Read more...]
Holiday trash & recycling tips
Normally the city charges to collect excess trash that does not fit in the cart, but city customers will not be charged for excess trash on the FIRST scheduled trash pickup from Dec. 26-Jan. 1. Most holiday debris such as cardboard is recyclable and can be put in the large blue recycling carts for pick-up.
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City office closures

City offices will be closed Dec. 24-26 for Christmas. Trash service will not be affected by the closure. Read more for some important information on trash and recycling during the holidays.

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Join the conversation
City residents are sharing their ideas about what they would like to see in the Wilmington of the future on the city’s citizen input website, connectwilmington.org. [Read more...]
Street sweeper facility continues to save money
How would you like to be able to heat and cool a 6,100-square-foot building for $944 for an entire year? The City of Wilmington’s “green” street sweeper facility at 17th and Marsteller streets is doing just that.
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Randall Pkwy now 4 lanes
The City of Wilmington held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Randall Parkway widening project on Dec. 18. Work will be complete on the year-long project by the end of the month.
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Guide to local African American historical sites

The City of Wilmington has a new guide of facts and a map of local sites of historical significance to our African American history. 


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Sidewalk repairs begin

The City of Wilmington began work on a $304,000 project to replace sections of damaged sidewalks and sidewalk ramps for handicapped accessibility in December. 


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