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  1. Portion of Old NC 86 to Close Starting Monday 06/19/2017

    NCDOT will close a section of Old NC 86 starting Mon., June 19th. Crews will close the road at 08:00 AM on June 19th, and the roadway is scheduled to reopen by 5:00 PM on July 7th. Read on...
  2. Mayor Lydia Lavelle Commits to Uphold Paris Climate Accord

    Carrboro Mayor Lydia Lavelle has joined over 200 U.S. mayors in committing to uphold the Paris Climate Accord following President Donald Trump’s announcement that he will withdraw U.S. participation. Read on...
  3. 4th Annual Public Reading of Douglass' Fourth of July Address

    The Town of Carrboro is pleased to announce that it will be holding its 4th Annual Community Reading of Frederick Douglass’ essay “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro” on July 4, 2017. The reading will occur in the Carrboro Century Center at Noon. Read on...
  4. Recreation and Parks Month

    Mayor Lavelle issued a proclamation recognizing the month of July as "Recreation and Parks Month" Read on...
  5. Pride Month

    Mayor Lavelle issued a proclamation declaring the month of June as "LGBT Pride Month" Read on...
  6. IMMIGRANT HERITAGE MONTH

    Mayor Lavelle issued a proclamation declaring the month of June as "Immigrant Heritage Month" Read on...
  7. Summer Recreation Program Registration Announcement

    Our Summer Recreation & Parks Program Brochure is now available! Read on...
  8. 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.