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Rain garden at Fire Station 9
Another rain garden has been installed in Wilmington, this time at Fire Station 9 on Military Cutoff Road. [Read more...]
Stormwater public input meeting
On Tuesday, Mar. 11, the city will hold the second of two public input meetings about a major stormwater improvement project upcoming in the Brookshire/Beasley Road area. [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...]
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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Antelope Trail drainage project starts
Work is scheduled to begin on Monday, Dec. 16 to install drainage improvements between Antelope Trail Drive and Kelly Road. 
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5-Year Plan street improvements update
Paving and stormwater improvements are complete on the first major roadway contract in the city’s 5-Year Infrastructure Improvement Plan. [Read more...]
Longstreet Drive closure

There will be single lane traffic on Longstreet Drive between Shipyard Blvd. and Pine Valley Dr. from Aug. 26-30 so that the road can be repaved. 

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Section of Rose Avenue closed August 12

A small section of Rose Avenue just north of Andover Drive will be closed from Monday, August 12 through Friday, August 16 so that crews can install drainage improvements in preparation for repaving the road.

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Flooding expected this weekend

Due to heavy rains expected today and tomorrow coupled with near record rainfalls in recent weeks, flooding is anticipated in our area. Find out what you can do to help prevent flooding on your street.

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Rain gardens help stormwater runoff
The City of Wilmington and NC State University have a federal grant to make improvements to help curb polluted stormwater runoff flowing into Burnt Mill Creek. These improvements include recent installations of pavement that allows stormwater to drain through it and rain gardens. [Read more...]
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