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Stormwater drainage improvement projects
City stormwater crews are working on replacing deteriorating drainage pipes in several areas. Most often, these old pipes in neighborhoods were put in place before the area was annexed into the city limits and there was no stormwater maintenance program.
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2015 Citizen survey results
Every 2-3 years, the city conducts a survey to gauge satisfaction levels and perceptions of city services. The survey identifies what the city is doing well and what services the city needs to improve upon and then the data is used to help set focus areas and develop funding priorities.
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River Road now open
River Road is now re-opened following a partial closure on May 27 to further examine a potential sink hole forming. No hole was discovered; sandy pavement beneath the road's surface was settling. [Read more...]
City trucks are saving money and time after installing GPS systems on 89 vehicles from the Stormwater, Streets and Solid Waste divisions in the fall of 2013.
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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...]
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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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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Water Street Deck update

At their meeting on February 17, the Wilmington City Council selected East West Partners to begin negotiations on a multi-use development at the site of the Water Street parking deck. 

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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...]
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