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Stormwater

Waltmoor Rd to close temporarily on Jan. 5
Beginning January 5, Waltmoor Road will close temporarily between Wickford Road and Bethel Road so crews can install drainage improvements as part of the construction of the Gary Shell Cross-City Trail.
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Covil to close temporarily on Jan. 5
After opening temporarily over the holidays, Covil Avenue will re-close on Jan. 5 so crews can finish drainage improvements in the area. After the work is complete, the road will be repaved as part of the city's 5-year improvement plan. [Read more...]
S. Bradley Crk/Michelle Dr drainage project begins
Work has begun on a year-long, $4.9 million drainage improvement project in the S. Bradley Creek/Michelle Drive area. [Read more...]
Handling the rain
The recent heavy rains have kept stormwater crews busy, but thanks to several newly completed projects, many areas are no longer flooding. [Read more...]
Public meeting for Clear Run residents
The City of Wilmington will hold a public meeting from 6-8 p.m. on June 25 to discuss a drainage improvement project planned for the Clear Run area. The meeting will be held at College Park Elementary School, located at 5001 Oriole Drive. 
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Antelope Trail project wraps up
Work to install 600 feet of pipe that will improve drainage between Antelope Trail Drive and Kelly Road is now complete. Crews expect to finish clean-up of the area by Memorial Day. [Read more...]
New rain garden helps water quality
Work to install new rain garden between the old Cinema 6 parking lot and Tidal Creek Co-op on Oleander Drive, an area prone to flooding, began on April 28. [Read more...]
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...]
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