Mocksville Plan - Preparing for the Future The Mocksville Comprehensive Plan includes plans based on changing demographics and prepares for the future based on statistics and data that are included in the file below. You can read it online or download and print it out. Full Text of the Plan Download and print the plan by clicking HERE.
DOT will be doing road repair work on Milling Rd. beginning Tuesday, June 1st. This project is expected to take 5-6 days. Repair work will be at the intersection of Bethel Church Rd. down Milling toward N. Main St. intersection. Expect traffic delays, possibly one lane of traffic, and narrow lanes as DOT repaves margins of Milling Rd. Possible traffic can be detoured to Bethel Church Rd. We apologize for the inconvenience. Tami Langdon Community Development Coordinator PH: 336-753-6705; Cell 336-909-2263 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Whereas, pursuant to the authority granted to North Carolina counties under the North Carolina Emergency Management Act (Article 1 of Chapter 166A and Article 36A, Chapter 14 of the North Carolina General Statutes), which sets forth the authority and responsibility of the Governor, State agencies, and local governments in prevention of, preparation for, response to, and recovery from natural or man-made emergencies; and also pursuant to authority granted by the Davie County Code of Ordinances, this Proclamation/Declaration is hereby made; and Whereas, the North Carolina Emergency Management Act (Article 1 of Chapter 166A and Article 36A, Chapter 14 of the North [...]
By Jeanna Baxter White North Carolina has a housing shortage. Since February of 2020, the number of available homes in North Carolina has dropped by more than 50%, and the prices have increased by 6.5 – 7.9 percent, economic strategist Ted Abernethy, Economic Leadership LLC, shared during his State of Davie address in April. Davie County is no exception. While four income-based apartment complexes have been constructed in the last five years, there have been few single-family homes built. After a high of 445 homes in 2005, the banking crisis of 2008 hit, and only 334 permits were requested between 2009 [...]
During a public meeting Tuesday night, the Mocksville Town Board made the difficult decision by unanimous vote to dissolve the Mocksville Police Department and to sign a three-year contract with the Davie County Sheriff’s Department to provide all law enforcement services. Mocksville Town Manager Ken Gamble said that while the decision was extremely hard, it was necessary. “The decision to contract with the Davie County Sheriff’s Office is a business decision that the Town believes is in the best long-term interests of the residents of Mocksville. We understand that contracting with the DCSO means that MPD staff positions will be eliminated, [...]