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ATTENTION Residents:  Mecklenburg County has just announced a series of FREE Shredding Events open to Mecklenburg County residents only.  These events will be held every 3rd Saturday from February 17th until June 16th from 9a.m. until noon at one location only -- Compost Central & Recycling Center, located at 140 Valleydale Rd., Charlotte, NC.  Some restrictions apply so please click HERE for full information.   

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Check out the Town's new Facebook page.  News, updates, closings, etc. will be posted to the page for residents to stay informed with what's going on in the Town.  https://www.facebook.com/townofpineville200/

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The 2018 Trash & Recycling Pickup Schedule has been included with the Jan/Feb issue of Pineville Today.  However, we also like to publish it on our website as well. Remember that recycling has been changed to every other Wednesday so there is only one day to remember for pickup.   Some important trash/recycle reminders are also included with the pickup schedule.  Also, an easy guideline to follow is that when a major holiday falls in the week of pickup, generally pickup ...

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1/2/18 UPDATE: Johnston Drive will be closed beginning today, January 2nd through January 19th for storm water and sewer line work for the new development going in across from Town Hall.  Traffic is being diverted from Johnston Drive at Main Street down to Dover St.  Traffic coming in from the other direction on Johnston Drive will be diverted to use Cone Ave. and then over Dover St. to access Main St.   Thank you for your patience during this time.  Additional updates...

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The county has begun work on the Greenway in the Lakeview Drive area of town.  There will be an increase of construction traffic, noise and activity in the area so please use caution when traveling through the area.    Thank you.  

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We are honored and pleased to announce that the recently reconstructed bridge over Little Sugar Creek has just been named in honor of fallen fire fighter, Richard Sheltra. Sheltra, as you recall, was just 20 years old when he lost his life fighting a fire that broke out at the Edwin Watts golf store in April, 2016.  This is a great honor and we thank the efforts of Rep. Scott Stone and Pineville Mayor, Jack Edwards.  Please click HERE to read the press release and article in the Charl...

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A limited amount of funds are available to Pineville homeowners for the purpose of improving the exterior of your home.  This is a dollar-for-dollar matching grant up to $1,000 with specific requirements in place for eligibility.  Funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis until the funds are depleted and each case will be evaluated separately based on need and whether the property is currently owner-occupied.  An application and full documentation of the project is r...

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Mobile DMV Arrives in Pineville Did you know that Pineville now has a mobile DMV unit that is stationed at Pineville Telephone and Electric every Wednesday?  That's right.  Now you can go to the Pineville Telephone and Electric Building located next to the Pineville Post Office at 118 College St. to take care of any of your motor vehicle related issues.   This portable unit can handle any licensing service needed except motorcycle road testing or Commercial Driver's License road...

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Pineville was ranked #1 in Movoto’s list of top 10 cities in the Charlotte area for young professionals to live in. Movoto noted Pineville has a lot of amenities to enjoy; affordable homes and condos; the charm of quaint neighborhoods and historic downtown; convenient shopping; local restaurants and bars; as well as live music and movies at Lake Park. Congratulations to our wonderful Town! Click here to read the full article.

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Pineville tops the NerdWallet list (covering 155 communities) based on two key metrics: Business climate and the health of the local economy. As reported by NerdWallet: roughly 1,200 businesses record an impressive average revenue per business of $2.2 million. With just over 7,700 residents, the Town bills itself as the “biggest small town” in the region. The community has its own telecommunications and electric company, as well as recreational facilities and venues, led by Jack Hugh...

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