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Stormwater

Earth Day Festival
The City of Wilmington is one of the major sponsors of the annual Earth Day festival at Hugh MacRae Park on April 25 from noon to 6 p.m. Come out for a chance to win a free rain barrel! [Read more...]
Portion of Andover Dr closed
A small portion of Andover Road will be closed for 45 days beginning Monday, April 20 so that a drainage pipe under the road can be replaced. [Read more...]
Lincoln Forest drainage project
Work is underway to improve flooding that occurs in an area of Lincoln Forest during heavy rains. [Read more...]
Managing storm water
Wilmington is only 50 feet above sea level. So why doesn't it flood everywhere when it rains? Learn more about all the projects the City of Wilmington has completed and what lies ahead for drainage control during heavy rains. [Read more...]
Inland Greens update
Stormwater improvements at the old Inland Greens golf course are on schedule to be completed this summer.
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Rogersville Rd closed temporarily
Rogersville Road will be closed to thru traffic for three weeks starting Monday, Jan. 19. Crews will be replacing a large drainage pipe that runs under the road at Landis Farm Road. Local traffic will only be able to access residences from Wrightsville Avenue during the closure. [Read more...]
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...]
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