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New rain garden helps water quality
Work to install new rain garden between the old Cinema 6 parking lot and Tidal Creek Co-op on Oleander Drive, an area prone to flooding, began on April 28. [Read more...]
Arbor day celebration!
On Friday, April 25 at 10 a.m., the Wilmington Tree Commission will celebrate National Arbor Day by planting a bald cypress near the south end of the bridge on the Gary Shell Cross-City Trail in Anne McCrary Park, off Randall Parkway. [Read more...]
Venus Flytrap planting
Students from Friends School of Wilmington and the Cape Fear Community College will plant 400 Venus Flytraps on Friday, April 25 at 10 a.m. in the Stanley Rehder Carnivorous Garden. [Read more...]
Storm debris pick up complete
Crews finished picking up debris left after the February ice storm on April 2. The city thanks our citizens for their cooperation and patience during the process. [Read more...]
Tree Commission awards
The Wilmington Tree Commission presented their annual awards at the Apr. 1 City Council meeting.
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Green Spring Carnival at Halyburton Park
On Saturday, March 22, the City of Wilmington will hold the Green Spring Carnival at Halyburton Park from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. The event is designed to encourage recycling at all ages and will include games, activities, exhibits from local businesses and a recycled art gallery featuring local artists and UNCW students. [Read more...]
NC Arbor Day celebration
On March 21 at 10 a.m., the Wilmington Tree Commission (WTC) will hold a celebration for NC Arbor Day at Pine Valley Elementary School, located at 440 John S. Mosby Drive. WTC members will plant a large, donated tree at the school and students will showcase artwork, poetry and a song to celebrate the trees of Wilmington. [Read more...]
Prescribed burn at Halyburton - CANCELLED
A prescribed burn scheduled to take place on Thursday, Mar. 13 at Halyburton Park has been cancelled. [Read more...]
Heritage Tree nominations sought
The Wilmington Tree Commission is accepting nominations for the 2014 Heritage Trees. Get more information and find out how you can nominate an area tree. [Read more...]
Carp help water quality at Greenfield Lake
On Jan. 23, the City of Wilmington re-stocked Greenfield Lake with 800 sterile grass carp to continue managing water quality in the lake. For the last several years, the city has used sterile carp fish to help control growth of underwater vegetation, which in turn helps reduce unsightly algae. [Read more...]
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