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Racine Dr drainage & paving underway
The City of Wilmington will begin work to install drainage improvements and repave Racine Drive, between Oriole Drive and Eastwood Road, on Monday, March 23 as part of the City’s 5-year Infrastructure Improvement Plan.
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Covil Ave closed Saturday
Covil Avenue will close to through traffic between Market Street and Randall Parkway from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 20. Covil Avenue will no... [Read more...]
NC Arbor Day celebration
The Wilmington Tree Commission celebrates NC Arbor Day on March 20 this year. [Read more...]
Newsletter-Winter 2015
The winter newsletter has been mailed to city residents. This issue contains an update on the Water Street deck property, the city’s 5-year impr... [Read more...]
Council meeting, Mar. 17

Information about the Mar. 17 Wilmington City Council meeting.

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Smart meters installed

New "smart" meters installed downtown during the week of March 16. Find out more about them and why people said they liked them in a recent parking survey!

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Budget work session

The Wilmington City Council held a budget work session to discuss the upcoming fiscal year budget. The city's financial standing and budgetary pressures were discussed.

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First transportation bond project set to begin
The first project in the city’s Transportation Bond approved by voters last November is set to begin next week. The project will include installing sidewalks along Dawson Street between Wrightsville Avenue to Oleander Drive.
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St. Pat's Day event traffic impacts

See if your Saturday travel plans will be impacted by the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival!

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Tour of historic buildings

On Friday, March 13, Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo and other area elected officials joined Susan Kluttz, Secretary of the NC Department of Cultural Resources, on a tour of historic buildings in downtown Wilmington. The tour highlighted various buildings that have been renovated with historic preservation tax credits, both residential and commercial. 

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