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A project to improve Baldwin Drive from Navassa Road to Lee Drive. The scope of the project includes widening and paving of Baldwin Drive, installing sidewalks, stormwater, and drainage improvements.
Founders Park (formerly Leland Municipal Park) serves as the flagship facility for a myriad of events and programs throughout the year. Town Council adopted the master plan at its March 2020 regular meeting. The Town is now moving forward with construction which includes amenities such as an
The Town of Leland has been awarded funding through the North Carolina Emergency Management Transportation Infrastructure Resiliency Fund (TIRF) from the N.C. Department of Public Safety. The money will fund the Leland Resilient Routes Project to identify critical routes within and surrounding Town
A project to renovate and expand Leland Town Hall.  The new addition will include offices, meeting rooms, flex spaces, restroom facilities, and ancillary areas. This project will also include updates to existing facilities, including the addition of new offices, mechanical system upgrades, and
A project to improve the gravel roads of Breman Lane, John Sneed Lane, Graham Drive, and Appleton Way. The scope of the project includes paving the dirt roads, drainage improvements, curb and gutter, new sidewalks, and installing new signs.  The project will improve safety of these roadways, provide
A project to improve the intersection at Ocean Gate Plaza and New Pointe Boulevard.
The Town of Leland has been awarded a $1 million Disaster Relief and Mitigation Fund grant from North Carolina Emergency Management to fund the replacement of the existing undersized cross pipe on Old Fayetteville Road near Scorpion Drive with a larger, reinforced box culvert to prevent future
The currently undeveloped Sturgeon Creek Park is intended to serve as Leland’s second water access park. With more than 78 acres, this park has the potential to become a destination facility both locally and regionally for sportsmen and water lovers wishing to gain access to Sturgeon Creek and the
The Town of Leland is proposing to resurface several streets within the Town limits. The following streets being considered for resurfacing include Carolina Avenue, sections of Grandiflora Drive, Wyland Court, Pine Harvest Drive in Magnolia Greens, Parkmore Court, sections of Westport Drive, and