Town Projects

Active Project

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 engineering and design, which includes amenities such as
Fire Station 51 will be located at the Municipal Operations Center Campus at 1987 Andrew Jackson Highway NE. This station will improve the Town's response times to fire and life safety events in the area.
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 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 Town of Leland has been awarded funding through the North Carolina Resilient Coastal Communities Program (RCCP) to survey and design a grading plan to improve the frequent flooding of Mallory Creek Drive.
A project to improve the intersection at Ocean Gate Plaza and New Pointe Boulevard.
A project to extend Olde Waterford Way from Palm Ridge Drive to Olde Regent Way. This road extension will alleviate traffic congestion along existing Olde Waterford Way and better serve the developing areas within Waterford.
As part of the NC Streamflow Rehabilitation Assistance Program (StRAP),  the Town was awarded a grant in the amount of $258,429 which will be used for the project. The Town has identified three streams within Town limits that have significant impairment from vegetative debris and have the potential