Friday, March 30 is a Town Holiday

Most municipal offices will be closed. Yard waste will not be collected. Chapel Hill Transit will operate on Saturday schedules with no U or NU service. Chapel Hill Public Library will be open March 30 and closed Sunday, April 1. Read more.

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Give Your Input on Chapel Hill’s Future Inclusive Playground

Post Date:10/03/2017 10:14 AM

The Parks and Recreation Department will hold a public input meeting from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 9, in Room A of the Chapel Hill Public Library to solicit input on specific ideas for Chapel Hill’s future Inclusive Playground.

Children are welcome to attend the meeting, where they will have a chance to draw and design their own playground features. Feel free to come anytime between 5 and 7 p.m., as this is a drop-in style format. 

The Inclusive Playground will be designed as a place where children of all abilities feel welcome to play, and will be located at Cedar Falls Park.

The Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation Department along with design consultants from WithersRavenel will use public input to create a unique park destination with design aspects important for children of all abilities.

For more information, contact Bill Webster, planning and development manager, at 919-968-2819 or



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