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Eastbound Cape Fear Bridge


All Inbound Lanes to Wilmington Closed Nightly Starting Monday

Motorists who use the Cape Fear Memorial bridge on U.S. 421 in Wilmington will see several days of overnight lane closures starting Sunday, Sept. 11. The closures are needed so workers can safely inspect and repair various components of the bridge. CLICK HERE for full report.




Founder's Day - Trunk or Treat, more


Please see the Parks and Recreation FaceBook page for maps and details for upcoming events, like Founder's Day - this Saturday! (Sep. 10)
and Trunk or Treat.

CLICK HERE for the P&R FaceBook link:
(Be sure to Like the Page)

Also see the Town of Leland Facebook Page HERE.

 




Survey on Affordable Housing

 

For Brunswick County Residents:
Brunswick Family Assistance and UNCW are conducting an Affordable Housing Survey Sept. 1 - Oct. 13.

A crucial step in identifying solutions to housing affordability is to gather information from community residents regarding their perception of this topic so that community leaders have a complete picture when making decisions and developing a course of action.

If you have any questions or would like paper copies of the survey pleas...






Mosquito Control Services


The Town of Leland Mosquito Control Program is in effect May 1st – November 1st. This program is controlled by National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit issued by the State of North Carolina. The Town of Leland is required under this permit to have a certified licensed operator in order to spray.
 Unfortunately the employee who was certified to spray for mosquito recently found employment elsewhere. The town was and still is in the process of having other employees cer...




Sewer spill Sept. 2


On September 2, 2016, the Town of Leland Utilities had a discharge of untreated wastewater from a manhole of the 8” gravity sewer system located in front of 1352 Grandiflora Drive in the Magnolia Greens Subdivision in Leland, North Carolina. The amount of the spill was approximately 1,650 gallons. The discharge flowed from the manhole lid to the street stormwater collection system. Town personnel responded immediately to the overflow and followed all protocol.   Click HERE for the f...