The dams established along Crow Branch and Booker creeks will remain until the Town of Chapel Hill receives the “all clear” call from the Environmental Protection Agency and the NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources, both of which are monitoring water quality.
National Night Out is an annual crime prevention event designed to heighten crime prevention awareness. Find out how you can participate!
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The Town of Chapel Hill continues to respond to flood damage to public facilities, including Airport Gardens and Chapel Hill Town Hall.
Fees will take effect at the following park and ride lots on Aug. 15: Carrboro Plaza, Eubanks, Southern Village and Jones Ferry.
The NC Department of Transportation road improvement project remains on schedule. The new sidewalk will open to pedestrians on Tuesday or Wednesday, July 30 or July 31, and the vehicle shift will occur at the same time, placing motorists on the other side of the road.
Upcoming events include A Primer for the Obey Creek Compass Committee and a special topic presentation on best practices for new development.
In partnership with the Town of Chapel Hill, the Jackson Center, and UNC’s Good Neighbor Initiative, volunteers from the Chapel Hill/Carrboro area will spend three days repairing the home of Janie Alston.
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Artists! Readers! Writers! Create art for Chapel Hill Public Library’s Banned Books Trading Card Project. Submit your entry by Aug. 26.
Work on the Chapel Hill Bike Plan is rolling along, and it’s time to let the planners know what you think about bicycling in Chapel Hill. The last day to take the survey (at tinyurl.com/pucb3eh) is Aug. 7.
Weather permitting, northern Westwood Drive across from Mason Farm Road will be closed Saturday, July 20. Purefoy Road will be closed from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 23.
The Orange County Department of Social Services (DSS) is announcing it will work with state officials to administer state grant funds for eligible flood survivors.
Community members are invited to learn about and comment on a proposed new system of advisory boards on Monday evenings through Aug. 12 at Chapel Hill Public Library.
Bolin Creek Trail from Elizabeth Street to Bolinwood Drive will be closed for repairs to bridges from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, July 22, through Wednesday, July 24.
The Obey Creek Compass Committee will tour the area surrounding Obey Creek at 9 a.m. Wednesday, July 24.
Grab a chair and head to Wallace Plaza at 150 E. Rosemary St. every Thursday night for another installment in the Locally Grown Music and Movies Series!