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The Town of Pineville is soliciting Requests for Qualifications for a Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map Update. Due date for this proposal is October 16, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.  To view the entire RFQ, please click HERE.

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NCDOT is paving Hwy 51 from the intersection of Polk Street through town to the bridge at Little Sugar Creek.  Work will be at night from 8:00 p.m. -  6:00 a.m. and last about a week and a half (depending on the weather).  Work started 9/21/20 at night with patching.  Once that is complete, the entire road will milled, overlaid and restriped.  As updates become available, they will be posted here.  

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9/10/20 - JUST ANNOUNCED...Another Opportunity for Small Business Loans offered through Mecklenburg County.  Please see announcement below for more info: Meck Co Grant Program.pdf  -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   NEWS RELEASE ...

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  The Town has been hard at work in conjunction with our consultants, Kimley-Horn, on establishing a new Mobility Plan for the Town of Pineville which will help inform future development of bicycle and pedestrian facilities throughout the Town. As a follow-up to our Community Workshop in March, we have developed a survey to help receive further input from our residents. Thank you for letting us know what is important to you as we plan for the future of Pineville! [Survey Link - http://met]...

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08/31/20 - REMINDER - JUNK WEEK POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.   We have been receiving inquiries as to if and when the town will have a JUNK WEEK.  As we said back in March, JUNK WEEK has been postponed until such time as it is safe to allow employees to pick up discarded items.  Once Governor Cooper moves us all into PHASE III of the reopening plan, we can begin making arrangements for JUNK WEEK but until that time, we do not want to put our employees in any possible or p...

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8/27/20 UPDATE ON WATER/SEWER LINE PROJECT Work on the water/sewer lines on the Olive St. portion of the project has been completed. Contractors for Charlotte Water are still working, however, on part II of the water/sewer line replacement.  Part II will be replacing lines on Lakeview Dr.  This is expected to take at least another two weeks, depending on weather conditions.   We understand this is an inconvenience to residents in that area and that the roads, yards, & d...

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8/7/20 - The Town of Pineville has signed an amendment to the revised Joint Proclamation from the County to allow food to be served at the bar areas of restaurants located in Pineville as long as social distancing measures are being adhered to.  This amendment to the county's second revised proclamation (posted below) becomes effective immediately. To see the amended copy of the town's intention to allow seating at bar areas in restaurants, please click HERE.  7/22/20  Per the Me...

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UPDATE:  8/7/20 - The latest word on this project is that work will begin on Wed., August 12th and run through August 26th depending on weather conditions.  Property owners will have access to their property but may be limited at times.  Door hangers to notify residents of this project are scheduled to be hung next week by Charlotte Water Dept. employees. ATTENTION RESIDENTS:  Beginning August 10, 2020 or thereabouts, Charlotte Water will be repairing/replacing water &am...

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September 21, 2020 Governor Roy Cooper today ordered all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities to remain lowered to half-staff until sunset on the date of internment in honor of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away Friday. An updated notification will be sent once the date of internment has been established.   Ginsburg was a feminist icon to many, dedicating her life to public service and advocacy for social justice and gender equality...

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**ATTENTION** The Lake in Pineville Lake Park has tested positive for Blue-Green Algae. Blue-Green Algae is unsafe for people and for pets (please keep pets out of the water). Effective today, July 17, 2020, there is no fishing allowed in the lake until further notice!
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