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There has been another water main break Main St. today, Monday, March 20, 2017. Charlotte Water has been notified and is aware of the problem.  We do not know the extent of the problem or how long it will be to repair it.  Website will be updated as we know more.  

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As we draw closer to the one year anniversary of the death of fallen firefighter, Richard Sheltra, a 10K, 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run has been planned in his honor for Saturday, April 29, 2017,  For complete details on this event, please click HERE.

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This year, Junk Week will run during the last week in April, from 4/24 thru 4/28.  This is the one week out of the year that employees from our Public Works Department ride through town to collect all of your unwanted junk for FREE!  This is a service provided by the town to homeowners and is not associated with our regular trash pickup.  So go through your closets, attics and garages and place any old and/or unwanted items at the curb for pickup.  There is no need to schedul...

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ATTENTION Pineville residents -- the 2017 TRASH/RECYCLING Pickup Schedule is now available.  Please CLICK HERE to view the schedule.

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The Town of Pineville is please to announce that it has entered into an agreement with ElectriCities for the operational management of its Electric system beginning April 7, 2016. To read the article in its entirety, please click here.

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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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