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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...]
Miracle Field lights up night with solar power
The Miracle Field at Olsen Park, which is celebrating its first birthday this weekend, is getting a break on its power bill thanks to solar panels installed earlier this year. The donated panels are part of a 9,600-watt system used to offset energy costs for the facility. [Read more...]
Citizens provide input for state NCDOT projects
Citizens will learn how the N.C. Department of Transportation plans to prioritize various projects in Brunswick, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender and Sampson counties and be given the chance to provide their input at a public meeting on Thursday, July 31 from 4-7 p.m. [Read more...]
Meeting on breweries in Wilmington
On Wednesday, July 30, the Planning Commission for the City of Wilmington will hold a special meeting to discuss draft zoning regulations for the craft brewing industry. The meeting will be held at 4:30 p.m. in the first floor conference room at City Hall. 
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City Manager receives achievement award
The Southeastern Conference for Public Administration (SECoPA) awarded the prestigious Distinguished Practitioner Award for 2014 to Wilmington City Manager Sterling Cheatham. The award recognizes outstanding achievement in public administration. [Read more...]
Watch the heat!
Many city workers must work outside no matter what the weather is like - hot or cold, rain or shine. The city's parks & landscape, stormwater, streets, solid waste and public safety personnel are still out doing their jobs.  [Read more...]
Muni golf course renovations
Despite recent heavy rains delaying some work at the course, the project is still on schedule. The course should be ready for play this fall. [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...]
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