- Provides construction administration for Town projects, including assessment of needs; development of plans, approvals, and contracts; and finalize projects.
- Provides construction monitoring and inspection of public improvements within private development projects.
- Provides services to improve public health and safety for project's such as streets, stormwater, pedestrian and bicycle safety, Planning Department plan review, and other services as needed.
The 203 Project
The 203 Project will be the future home of Orange County Southern Branch Library to serve residents in or near southern Orange County. It is located at 203 S. Greensboro Street, an existing Carrboro municipal parking lot near the center of the town. The facility will also provide a permanent home for the Orange County Skills Development Center; Carrboro Recreation, Parks and Cultural Resources Department; WCOM Radio, the Virtual Justice Center; and performance/multipurpose uses. The 203 Project is a combined effort that will offer a community-based facility that will provide opportunities for education, art, and connection.
Oak Ave. and Merritt St. Resurfacing
The Town of Carrboro will be resurfacing Merritt St and a portion of Oak Ave over the next few days. The limits of this work are shown on the map below. Please do not park on the street between the hours of 8am and 5pm beginning July 27th. It is expected that all work will be complete by Friday, July 29th.
The rubber speed cushions will be removed prior to paving. Permanent asphalt speed tables will be installed following the resurfacing project. Thank you for accommodating this Public Works improvement project on short notice.
Stormwater Construction Projects
All Town Construction Projects
2022 Street Resurfacing - Completed April 2022
The 2022 Street Resurfacing Project is intended to keep streets and curb ramps safe and in good condition for all users, and to make improvements strategically and efficiently to ensure safer and longer-lasting streets and curbs.
Carrboro’s 2022 Street Resurfacing Project includes repairs and resurfacing to 9,788 linear feet of roadways, curb ramp replacements, and related construction activity such as manhole adjustments and pavement markings.