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41st Street repaving project begins
Work to repave and repair 41st Street begins on Monday, Jan. 25 with the installation of drainage improvements. [Read more...]
MLK Day Parade & event info
The Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee has extended recognition of Dr. King to include a week-long series of events, along with the downtown parade. [Read more...]
Patricia Drive to reopen
Patricia Drive is expected to fully reopen during the week of Dec. 21. A portion of the road between Sharon and Clearbrook drives was closed in August... [Read more...]
Princess/Water St intersection closed
Beginning Monday, Dec. 7, the intersection of Princess and Water streets will not be accessible to vehicles, but will remain open to pedestrians. The closure is expected to last through late February, 2016. [Read more...]
Holiday Parade Dec. 6!
The 13th Annual Wilmington Holiday Parade takes place at 4:55 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 6. Get all the information you need regarding parking and traffic here! [Read more...]
Portion of Brittain Dr closed
Brittain Drive, between Dogwood Lane and Shuney Street, is closed through the end of the year so that crews can replace a drainage culvert under the roadway. [Read more...]
Riverfest parking info
Get the latest on where to park for the Riverfest this weekend! On-street parking will be free starting Friday, Nov. 20 at 5 p.m. [Read more...]
Beach2Battleship triathlon traffic impacts

There will be numerous traffic impacts in and around Wilmington on Oct. 17 during the PPD Beach2Battleship Triathlon. Be sure to check their website for more details: beach2battleship.com!

 

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WPD closes portion of Ringo Drive
The WPD has closed Ringo Drive between Lennon Drive and Hunters Trail due to a sinkhole forming in the outer lane heading toward Hunters Trail. [Read more...]
Pavement removal on Red Cross St
City crews are experimenting with a new method of removing asphalt from brick streets on Red Cross Street between 6th and 8th streets. The city has been testing various techniques in certain areas to expose the bricks from beneath the asphalt. [Read more...]
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