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Attention McCullough Residents  Beginning at 11 PM on Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 Pineville Communication Systems will be conducting a plant upgrade/cutover that will affect your service area.    This work will cause a temporary disruption not lasting more than a few minutes to your Internet and/or Phone service as we complete our work.   We are executing this work during the late evening on Wednesday and into the early hours of Thursday morning as to not affect our s...

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Please click the link below to see the details of the bid for Polk Substation Modification Material: Advertisement.pdf

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The first of multiple paving projects will begin with paving of the Belle Johnston Community Center parking lot next week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 19, 20 & 21.  The entire parking lot will likely be closed all day on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  Visitors can still park in the lot off of Lakeview Dr.  (#909 Lakeview Dr.). If there are additional updates on this project, they will be posted here.  Thank you.   

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Effective immediately, the NC mobile DMV unit that was operating out of the Pineville Telephone Bldg. located at 118 College St. in Pineville, will no longer be operating out of this facility.  Original plans called for them to return for a short period of time in October, 2020, but due to the pandemic, the DMV will not be returning to Pineville at all. Thank you.  

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Town offices have opened its doors once again to the public on Monday, October 12, 2020 at 8:00 a.m.  We are still adhering to CDC recommendations pertaining to Covid-19 regulations and restrictions.  If you visit any of our buildings, please expect to: Wear a mask - masks are mandatory.  If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you. Social distancing - will be practiced throughout town facilities.  Space inside some of our buildings is very limited...

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September 29, 2020  PLEASE NOTE:  Junk Week is for residents that are located within Pineville Town Limits -- If you live in Danby, Cardinal Woods, Winghurst, Bridlestone or any of the communities south of the McAlpine Creek on Lancaster Hwy., you are in an unincorporated Mecklenburg Co. area and not eligible for this service...thank you.  It's finally here!  Junk Week is coming for one week only - October 19th-23rd, 2020! Thanks all, for your patience during this most unus...

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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. Q: Bond language in RFQ? A: Bond language was placed in error from prior RFQ template. Please disregard. Q: Anticipated budget? A: We don't anticipate numerous intensive growth models or scenarios. Depending on proposals but generally anticipated to hopefully be 50...

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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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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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