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Code Red Weather Alerts


Bolivia, NC – Brunswick County residents are urged to sign up for the free CodeRED notification system to ensure they receive emergency alerts of inclement weather while repairs are being made to the NOAA weather radio tower.
 
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s weather radio transmitter in Winnabow was damaged recently, and repairs could take six months or more. Until repairs are completed, weather radios in Brunswick County will not...




Rail Realignment Task Force - Wilmington

 
OPEN HOUSE

The Wilmington Mayor’s Task Force on Rail Realignment will hold a public open house on the Rail Realignment Project at the Leland Town Hall on Monday February 20 from 5 - 7 p.m.
A second Open House will occur at Wilmington City Hall on the 22nd, from 5 - p.m.  Anyone is welcome to attend.


 




WMPO Annual Report


Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization's (WMPO) Annual Report Contents:

Board Members
Note from the Executive Director
Cape Fear Transportation 2040
Funded Transportation Projects
Strategic Business Plan
Long-Range Transportation Planning

CLICK HERE for report.

 




Fairview Road Closure


 RE:  Fairview Road Closure – January 30th through January 31st, 2017
 
This is to give notice that we will be closing Fairview Road from 113 Fairview to 117 Fairview on January 30th through January 31st for the following work to be completed:
CLICK HERE.
 




Nightly lane closures this week


Lane Closures Begin Wednesday

WILMINGTON – The Department of Transportation will intermittently close the eastbound and westbound lanes of the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge on U.S. 421 in Wilmington for two nights later this week. The closures will be in place from 9 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, until 5 a.m. the next morning, and again the same hours on Thursday night through Friday morning.
These closures are needed for crews to repair damage to the metal deck and center ...





Dept of Justice Class on Bias-Based Policing


Open to law enforcement and civilians - FREE

Due to the recent escalation of violence and mistrust between law enforcement and communities, the U.S. Department of Justice: Community Relations Service, has agreed to come to Brunswick County to address these issues. This is an exciting opportunity to obtain skills, knowledge, and the ability to diffuse a situation before it escalates. This is also an opportunity for law enforcement to communicate effectively with the community and for th...