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Get involved with your government!
The city is seeking volunteers to serve on several different boards or commissions! Deadline to apply is Feb. 24. [Read more...]
Council meeting Feb. 2
All the latest on the Feb. 2 City Council meeting! [Read more...]
Convention Center hotel to break ground
Harmony Hospitality will be breaking ground on their 186-room, $36 million full-service Embassy Suites Hotel next to the Wilmington Convention Center. The privately-owned hotel will include a full-service restaurant, rooftop bar, pool and additional meeting space. The hotel is expected to open in the spring of 2017.
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New workforce/housing committee seeks members
The new Wilmington/New Hanover County Ad Hoc Committee on Improving Workforce/Affordable Housing is seeking members. Deadline to apply is Monday, Feb. 29. [Read more...]
New affordable housing committee forming
The City of Wilmington is now calling for applications to the new Wilmington/New Hanover County Ad Hoc Committee on Improving Workforce/Affordable Housing. The deadline to apply is Monday, Feb. 29.
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Winter newsletter is out!
The winter newsletter is out! This issue also includes the annual progress report, which reviews projects from the past year and looks ahead to this year. [Read more...]
Work begins at Greenfield Lake Park
Crews began installing a new bulkhead along Greenfield Lake in mid-January as part of a $440,000 project to replace the old bulkhead, wooden walkway and paddle boat docks located along the lake between the boat house and the playground area on the northwest side of Greenfield Park. [Read more...]
Volunteer for a city board or commission
Volunteer for a city board, committee or commission and get involved with your city! Find out what's available and how to apply. [Read more...]
2016 State of the City Address
All the latest on the Mayor's State of the City Address! [Read more...]
There will be tree removal this week impacting traffic in several areas. Find out why tree removal and maintenance is so important and how the city determines which trees are diseased. [Read more...]
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