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Flytrap Frolic
On Saturday, April 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the NC Coastal Land Trust will host the 6th Annual Flytrap Frolic in the City of Wilmington’s Piney Ridge Nature Preserve, formerly Alderman Park. Mayor Bill Saffo will be on hand to deliver a proclamation at the event. [Read more...]
Summer camps!
Register now for these popular summer camps! There is something for everyone. [Read more...]
Portion of Greenfield Lake Trail to temporarily close
Crews will be working to install ADA and other improvements on the Greenfield Lake Park trail beginning Monday. The work will require the temporary cl... [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...]
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...]
Christmas Tree lighting at Greenfield Lake Park!
Bring the family out to Greenfield Lake Park next to the amphitheater to watch the lighting of the Christmas Tree, then check out the free showing of the movie "Elf" at the amphitheater! The fun starts at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 3. [Read more...]
Fire in the Pines Festival at Halyburton
FREE Fire in the Pines Festival from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17 at Halyburton Park! [Read more...]
Riverfront Park project
  Phase I of the Water Street – Riverfront Improvement project is now underway. Below are some scheduling details: Prior to Riverfe... [Read more...]
Turf at Legion Stadium increases usage
Since the city installed artificial turf at Legion Stadium in 2011, the stadium's usage has increased dramatically. Read more to find out how the turf has saved the city money and allowed athletes to get more use out of the facility. [Read more...]
New playground at Robert Strange Park!
A new playground was installed at the Robert Strange Park earlier in July. The new playground is bigger than the older one, and is ADA accessible with ADA-compatible equipment. [Read more...]
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