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1507, 2024

Town of Mocksville Board Meetings Now Available on YouTube

The Town of Mocksville is pleased to announce that Board Meetings can now be viewed on our official YouTube channel! This initiative aims to enhance public access to the actions and decisions of our elected officials, ensuring transparency and fostering community engagement. Watch the Latest Meeting Our most recent meeting, held on July 2, 2024, is now available for viewing. Click here to watch it. Why This Matters As per North Carolina regulations, every town must have a clerk responsible for maintaining important local government records, including the minutes of governing board meetings. These records are essential for ensuring accountability [...]

1207, 2024

Enhance Your Walkable Downtown: Your Voice Matters!

The Town of Mocksville seeks to enhance connectivity and walkability in the downtown area, and we want  YOU to be a part of it. As we prioritize upcoming sidewalk projects, your input will play a crucial role in shaping the future of our community. During the Town’s annual budget retreat, the Board of Commissioners committed to launching a new sidewalk project to increase connectivity and accessibility across our town center. With funding secured from the general fund, this initiative marks a significant step towards fulfilling the objectives outlined in our 2019 Comprehensive Plan, which envisions Mocksville as a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly [...]

1107, 2024

Mocksville Purchases Energy United Property: Will Seek Input from Residents about Future Uses

The Town of Mocksville has successfully purchased a significant 5.08-acre property from Energy United for $1,985,000.  It will soon begin soliciting ideas from residents for its best uses to encourage downtown development and expansion.  The property stretches north from Sanford Avenue along S. Salisbury Street, ending behind Cognition. It excludes the Davie County Chamber Chamber of Commerce, Davie Community Foundation, and Cognition buildings. Notable inclusions are the Energy United Education Center (3,102 SF) and the former Energy United business office (4,833 SF), as well as the historical sites of Junker’s Mill and the old cotton gin. The Town secured a [...]

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