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Mocksville Tourism Development Authority Announces Grants for 2021

2021-07-28T15:37:44-04:00

Every year, Downtown Mocksville hosts a wealth of concerts, outdoor movies, festivals, and special events.  But did you know that the Mocksville Tourism Development Authority (MTDA) also welcomes grant proposals from both non-profit and for-profit organizations for special projects and events that are designed to attract visitors to Downtown Mocksville?  “If your event encourages folks to come to Downtown and Davie County, share your idea and see if we can assist with some financial support. We want more visitors as well as our local citizens to enjoy this Town and all we have to offer,” said Mocksville Community Development Director Tami [...]

Mocksville Tourism Development Authority Announces Grants for 20212021-07-28T15:37:44-04:00

Notice of Wilkesboro Street Closures

2021-07-16T11:32:43-04:00

Wilkesboro Street Road Closures 7/20 and 7/21 The Town of Mocksville is continuing construction for a new water line along Wilkesboro and Sofley Streets to replace old water lines. Please be aware that a portion of Wilkesboro Street will be temporarily closed beginning at 7 am on Tuesday, July 20, and Wednesday, July 21. Access Information Tuesday’s road closure will be located just south of the intersection of Wilkesboro Street and Yadkinville Road. On Wednesday, the closure will be located just south of the intersection of Wilkesboro Street and Sofley Street. Note that on Wednesday, residents will be unable to make [...]

Notice of Wilkesboro Street Closures2021-07-16T11:32:43-04:00

Unsung Heroes: Mocksville’s Public Works Department Works Behind the Scenes Maintaining Critical Infrastructure

2021-07-16T09:28:45-04:00

It’s 4:30 a.m. on a Friday morning. While most residents are still sleeping, Mocksville’s Public Works Department is already checking manholes to make sure water and sewer lines are flowing properly before the weekend.  Their goal is to complete the work while usage is low and traffic is light and to be off the roads and out of residents’ way by daylight, explained Director Brian Moore. This is one of the many, often unnoticed, ways the department serves the community daily.  Ensuring uninterrupted water and sewer service means maintaining the water and sewer plants and pump stations; trimming, mowing, and maintaining [...]

Unsung Heroes: Mocksville’s Public Works Department Works Behind the Scenes Maintaining Critical Infrastructure2021-07-16T09:28:45-04:00

FREE Concert on the Mocksville Square Saturday, July 10 – Moxie

2021-07-06T11:42:58-04:00

Following the awesome kickoff by The Usual Suspects, Moxie comes to the Mocksville Square on July 10 from 7-10 p.m., bringing a variety of pop, soul, R&B, and funk music from all eras! ​Moxie is based out of the Winston-Salem area, and is ready to play some high-energy music for Mocksville that is sure to have you out of your seat! Click here to take a listen!    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=faXV_YvHlbk   From the Moxie webpage, “If you like artists like Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, and Tina Turner, then Moxie is the band for you. Our playlist is packed with songs [...]

FREE Concert on the Mocksville Square Saturday, July 10 – Moxie2021-07-06T11:42:58-04:00

Town of Mocksville Offers Surplus on GovDeals.Com

2021-07-02T13:33:08-04:00

The Town of Mocksville is cleaning out and offering surplus items by electronic auction at www.GovDeals.com/mocksvillenc. GovDeals' online marketplace provides services to government, educational, and related entities for the sale of surplus assets to the public. “The Town uses GovDeals to dispose of surplus property because this format allows anyone to bid on items from their own home and this tends to bring in more money as a result. The Town uses funds from the sale of surplus property to fund operations and this helps keep the tax rate low,” said Town Manager Ken Gamble.  Items will change on a regular [...]

Town of Mocksville Offers Surplus on GovDeals.Com2021-07-02T13:33:08-04:00

Candidate Filing Period for Mocksville Commissioner

2021-07-01T15:54:30-04:00

The candidate filing period for Mocksville Commissioner opens at noon on Friday, July 2, 2021, and closes at noon on Friday, July 16, 2021. Candidates must file a Notice of Candidacy Form and Statement of Organization Form with the Davie County Elections office located at 161 Poplar Street, Suite 102 Mocksville NC 27028. The filing fee is $5. Candidates for Mocksville Commissioner must be registered to vote in Mocksville. Potential candidates in doubt about residency or in need of assistance can contact Director Tabitha Parrish at the Davie County Board of Elections at (336) 753-6072. Download & Print Forms Notice of [...]

Candidate Filing Period for Mocksville Commissioner2021-07-01T15:54:30-04:00
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