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FDNY stop off in Wilmington
Eight firefighters traveling by bicycle from New York City will arrive in Wilmington between 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 26 with an artifact from the World Trade Center. They will stay in Wilmington overnight on their way to Ft. Pierce, FL. to donate the 14-foot steel beam to the UDT Navy SEAL Museum located there. [Read more...]
Riverwalk repairs - Orange St
Work to stabilize the retaining wall of the Riverwalk at the Orange Street Landing began on Tuesday, March 4 and is expected to be complete at the beginning of April 2014. [Read more...]
Council meeting March 4
Get the latest on the March 4 City Council meeting. [Read more...]
6th anti-violence community meeting
The next community conversation on gang/gun violence will take place on Tuesday, February 25 at 6 p.m. in the gymnasium at the MLK Community Center, located at 401 S. 8th Street. [Read more...]
Wilmington's 275th Birthday
Incorporated on Feb. 20, 1739, Wilmington is one of the oldest cities in the state. To commemorate Wilmington’s 275th birthday, the city is asking citizens to submit photographs, memories and birthday wishes via email, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #HBDilm (Happy BirthDay Wilmington). [Read more...]
Additional security planned for City Council meetings
In order to increase public security at Wilmington City Council meetings, access to Council chambers in City Hall will be limited to one entrance by the end of this month, or early next month. In addition, anyone entering into Chambers – including Council members and city staff – will be required to go through a metal detector. [Read more...]
Big Blue - the gift that keeps on giving
Since the City of Wilmington provided new blue recycling carts last year, the number of citizens who choose to recycle and the amount of materials recycled has significantly increased. [Read more...]
Holiday trash & recycling tips
Normally the city charges to collect excess trash that does not fit in the cart, but city customers will not be charged for excess trash on the FIRST scheduled trash pickup from Dec. 26-Jan. 1. Most holiday debris such as cardboard is recyclable and can be put in the large blue recycling carts for pick-up.
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Join the conversation
City residents are sharing their ideas about what they would like to see in the Wilmington of the future on the city’s citizen input website, connectwilmington.org. [Read more...]
Street sweeper facility continues to save money
How would you like to be able to heat and cool a 6,100-square-foot building for $944 for an entire year? The City of Wilmington’s “green” street sweeper facility at 17th and Marsteller streets is doing just that.
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