WINTER WEATHER ALERT. Please note that staff resources may be limited today and conditions will likely require early closures.

Trash collection will not occur today, but we plan to reschedule Monday's makeup day for Friday, weather permitting. All yard waste collection this week will be CANCELLED with no make-up day. Transit service suspended until further notice; Library and Parks & Recreation facilities closed Wednesday. 

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Do you have ideas about the future of transportation in Chapel Hill? Attend a meeting Jan. 23-24 or complete an online survey to share your thoughts on possible future transit scenarios. Read more.

The Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization (DCHC MPO) is seeking public feedback on the proposed 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) report, which will drive future policies and decision-making processes for highway, bicycle, pedestrian, and transit projects. Email your comments to by Feb. 9. Read more.

A Place for Everyone to Share

Post Date:06/12/2017 12:41 PM

All are invited to come together for a conversation about community safety at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 21, 2017, at DSI Comedy Theater, 462 W. Franklin St.

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by recent acts of violence nationally and internationally,” said Chapel Hill Police Chief and Executive Director of Community Safety Chris Blue. “These acts remind us how we all need to remain diligent in these uncertain times in our efforts to keep our community safe.”

This event will allow a safe place for everyone to gather and share their thoughts about community safety and how we as a whole can work on #BuildingCommunityResilience. We will discuss ways that community members can respond safely to conflicted situations in ways that reduce tension. More details about the event will be announced soon.

Community safety relies on teamwork between Town staff and community members. By encouraging open communication and collaboration, we work together to ensure that our community is a place for everyone. Chapel Hill values being a community of acceptance and inclusion. When conflicts or harassment occurs, residents should feel empowered to act quickly and to inform authorities.

If you ever see something suspicious or feel uncomfortable about a situation, no matter how big or small the situation seems, do not hesitate to tell a police officer in the area or call 9-1-1.

For more information about this community event, contact Ran Northam at or 919-969-4878.


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