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  1. Carrboro Launches Wayfinding Project

    Wayfinding signage will assist visitors and residents to locate available parking, community resources and points of interest. Read on...
  2. Board of Aldermen Pass Resolution to Assist Residents Who Are Beneficiaries of DACA

  3. Chapel Hill Transit Service Alert: Chapel Hill Transit Shuttle to Carrboro Music Festival

    The quickest and easiest way to get to the 2017 Carrboro Music Festival is to catch the FREE Music Festival Shuttle. Read on...
  4. Board of Aldermen recieving public comment on 203 S. Greensboro St. property on Sept. 19

    The Board of Aldermen will receive public comment on possible design options for 203 S. Greensboro St. at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 19th in the Town Hall Board Room. Read on...
  5. Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization Seeks Public Feedback on Sept. 19

    The Durham-Chapel Hill-Carrboro Metropolitan Planning Organization is seeking public feedback for the 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan, the long-range plan that guides the decision-making processes for highway, bicycle, pedestrian, &transit projects. Read on...
  6. Compost Curious? Visit Compost Information Day, help volunteer, and attend Fall Classes!

    The Saturday Carrboro Farmers Market hosts the only residential food waste drop-off at a Farmers Market in North Carolina. Read on...
  7. Living Wage Day

    Mayor Lavelle issued a proclamation for "Living Wage Day". Orange County Living Wage is a voluntary non-profit organization whose goals are to reward and recognize employers based in Orange County who pay their workers a living wage. Read on...
  8. 12th Annual Carrboro Film Festival Film Submissions Are Now Being Accepted

  9. Fall Recreation Program Registration Announcement

    Our Fall Recreation & Parks Program Brochure is now available! Read on...
  10. Mayor Lavelle Issues Statement on Recent Executive Actions on Immigrants

    Mayors from cities and towns across the nation issued statements this week in response to recent executive actions on immigration by President Donald Trump, including Carrboro Mayor Lydia Lavelle.
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Please note:  All posted information regarding various town meetings is based on regular meeting date, time, and location.  Late cancellations or rescheduled meetings due to holidays or other events may not be reflected on this calendar.