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Yard waste pickup on schedule
The city's solid waste department will return to a normal pick-up schedule on June 19 following weeks of delays due to maintenance issues with older city trucks and a higher than normal volume of yard waste being generated. [Read more...]
Council meeting June 17

See what happened at the June 17 City Council Meeting.

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Crews working overtime on yard waste pickup
Crews are working overtime this weekend on yard waste pickup and expect to get caught up by the end of next week. [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...]
Yard waste pick-up delayed
Due to maintenance issues with older city trucks and the high volume of yard waste being generated this time of year, the city's yard waste pickup is running 2-3 days behind. [Read more...]
2014-15 Recommended city budget
See details about the City of Wilmington's 2014-15 Recommended Budget. [Read more...]
Riverwalk improvements continue
The City of Wilmington’s Riverwalk is the city’s #1 tourist attraction and work is currently underway to maintain existing sections and extend the Riverwalk to the north. When complete, the Riverwalk will stretch 1.75 miles between the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge and the Isabel Holmes Bridge. [Read more...]
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