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  1. Anderson Park Multipurpose Field Closed 10/26 & 10/27

    The Multipurpose Field will be closed for maintenance on Thursday & Friday. Read on...
  2. Street Resurfacing Project Begins on October 19th

    Town maintained streets are resurfaced cyclically. This year a number of streets will be resurfaced beginning on Thursday, October 19th. Read on...
  3. Tickets are now available for the 12th Anniversary Carrboro Film Festival!

    This amazing two-day film festival will be held at the ArtsCenter in Carrboro, North Carolina on November 18 & 19, 2017. Read on...
  4. 12th Annual West End Poetry Festival

    The 12th Annual West End Poetry Festival will be held at various locations from Wednesday, October 18th through Saturday, October 21st. Read on...
  5. OWASA will resume fluoridation of drinking water on October 9

    On October 9, 2017, OWASA will resume fluoridating drinking water for the Carrboro-Chapel Hill community following completion and testing of safety and reliability improvements to the fluoride feed system at the Jones Ferry Rd Water Treatment Plant. Read on...
  6. Call for Town of Carrboro Advisory Board Volunteers

    Interested in local issues? Want to get involved in Carrboro? Apply now to be a member of an advisory board, committee, or commission. Read on...
  7. Carrboro Walk/Bike to School Month & Carrboro Walk/Bike to School Day

    Mayor Lavelle issued a proclamation designating October 2017 as “CARRBORO WALK/BIKE TO SCHOOL MONTH” AND October 4, 2017, as “CARRBORO WALK/BIKE TO SCHOOL DAY” Read on...
  8. Orange County Early Voting Information

    Information is now available on Orange County Voting sites. Read on...
  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.