We are dedicated to providing effective and fiscally responsible municipal services in a manner that promotes a high quality of life with a neighborly feel.
The residents of the Town of Leland are a body corporate and politic under the name 'Town of Leland'. Under that name they have all the powers, duties, rights, privileges, and immunities conferred and imposed upon cities by the general law of North Carolina.
The governing body of the Town of Leland is the Town Council and the Mayor. The Town Council has four members who serve staggered terms of four years. The Mayor is elected to serve a four-year term. The Mayor has the same voting rights and privileges and is subject to the same voting limitations and requirements as are Council members under the general law.
In determining a quorum, a majority vote of the Council, or in being excused from voting, the Mayor is treated as a member of the Council. The Mayor, after participating with Council members in a vote that results in a tie, may not vote a second time to break that tie. The Town Council shall be elected on a nonpartisan basis and the results determined by the plurality method as provided by G.S. 16392.
To learn about Town of Leland committee bylaws, visit the Government Portal.
The Wilmington Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (WMPO) is the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the greater Wilmington area. MPOs are federally-funded organizations charged with coordinating and planning transportation projects in urbanized areas with more than 50,000 residents. The WMPO originated in 1978 and today represents a population of over 280,000. The WMPO's member jurisdictions include three counties and seven incorporated cities and towns, including the Town of Leland. To learn more about the work this organization is doing and to complete the survey, please visit www.wmpo.org or the button below to be directed to the transporation plan.
Brunswick County Government Directory
To search the numerous departments within the Brunswick County Government offices, see the latest directory.
To search current North Carolina laws, visit the NC Government site.
Visit the official web site of the North Carolina General Assembly to track bills, find and communicate with your state House and Senate members, and to follow chamber activity, meetings and issues before the assembly.
Register to Vote
Visit the NC State Board of Elections for details on voter registration, or you may call Brunswick County Board of Elections at (910) 253-2620.