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Brooks Building Riverwalk construction begins
Crews are mobilizing to begin work on the replacement section of Riverwalk behind the Brooks Building. The 243-foot section of Riverwalk will be a freestanding wooden structure.
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Drainage improvements off Hooker Rd complete

This week, crews are finishing up drainage improvements on Oxmoor Place in the Kensington Place neighborhood off Hooker Road. This project will help reduce flooding between properties located on Oxmoor Place and Eastwind Road.

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City Legislative Agenda

The short session of the NC General Assembly began this week. The General Assembly will consider many issues and potential legislation that could affect Wilmington residents.

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Public meeting on potential MSD for downtown
Update: A public informational meeting was held on March 7.  View the presentation. View the handout. Background: At the February 2nd City Cou... [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...]
Cold Weather Tips from WFD
With temperatures dropping, WFD has these tips to help you stay safe and warm: Keep anything that will burn at least 3 feet away from heating e... [Read more...]
The City of Wilmington’s project to install major drainage improvements to the South Branch Bradley Creek/Michelle Drive area is now complete, e... [Read more...]
City holds input meetings on brick streets
The City of Wilmington will hold two public informational meetings next week to get public input on brick streets. 
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This issue contains updates on the Cross-City Trail, Transportation Bond, Stormwater projects and the new fire station. Also included is a special in... [Read more...]
New curbside electronics program a success
Since the City of Wilmington began its curbside electronics collection program in July, customers have scheduled more than 1,000 appointments to pick up an estimated five tractor trailer loads of old electronics.
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