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City saves money with LED lights
The City of Wilmington has just finished converting more than 200 streetlights to environmentally-friendly LED lights, which will save more than $10,000 a year. LED lights also reduce greenhouse gas emissions, in keeping with the US Conference of Mayors Climate Protection Initiative approved by City Council.  [Read more...]
City pools open for the season!
The city's swimming pools will be open for the summer season starting Saturday, June 14. The Northside Splash Pad has been open since May 24. Get the schedules and information here.
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City's bond rating upgraded
The City of Wilmington got high marks for its financial strength following a review by the three major credit rating agencies in May. Along with maintaining current ratings with Fitch and Moody’s, Standard & Poor's upgraded the city’s rating to AAA. [Read more...]
Judge rules in city's favor
The City of Wilmington received notification on Friday, June 6 that NC Superior Court Judge Paul L. Jones ruled in the city’s favor regarding a challenge about the city’s conformance with a 2006 legal agreement outlining how the convention center hotel could be built. [Read more...]
Run, Ride & Roll!
The 3rd annual FREE Run, Ride & Roll event will be held on Saturday, June 7 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Arbor Park at Autumn Hall, located on Dungannon Blvd. off Eastwood Rd. [Read more...]
City receives grant from BCBSNC
City of Wilmington receives grant from BCBSNC Foundation to increase consumption of healthy, local foods [Read more...]
Council meeting June 3
Find out what happened at the June 3 City Council meeting. [Read more...]
Council members travel to Raleigh to lobby lawmakers
On Wednesday, June 4, Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo and Council member Earl Sheridan will travel to Raleigh to take part in the statewide Town Hall Day when local government leaders lobby state lawmakers about legislative issues facing their cities. [Read more...]
Yard waste increases by 60%
Wilmington residents are doing a lot of spring cleaning in their yards this year. Due to maintenance issues with older city trucks and the high volume of yardwaste being generated, the city's yard waste pick-up is running 2-3 days behind. The city appreciates the patience and cooperation of its citizens. [Read more...]
Bike to Work Week a success!
The number of citizens biking to work more than doubled during this year’s Bike To Work Week, which took place May 12-18. The Wilmington Metropolitan Planning Organization (WMPO) coordinated the event and surpassed all their goals for the week. [Read more...]
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