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Upcoming Changes to Davie County’s Recycling Program Do Not Affect Town Residents 

2021-06-17T09:44:41-04:00

  Due to changes in the value of recyclables in global markets, Republic Services is making changes to its county-wide recycling program effective July 1, 2021. These changes do not affect residents in Mocksville, Bermuda Run, and Cooleemee. Town residents will continue to receive free curbside recycling pickup per the contract Republic Services has with each town. For frequently asked questions about the upcoming changes click here.

Upcoming Changes to Davie County’s Recycling Program Do Not Affect Town Residents 2021-06-17T09:44:41-04:00

Milling Road Repair Completed

2021-06-16T08:11:32-04:00

The DOT road repair work on Milling Road has been completed. Repairs were done at the intersection of Bethel Church Rd. down Milling toward N. Main St. intersection. If you have any questions you can contact the Community Development Coordinator, Tami Langdon, at her office: 336-753-6705 or cell: 336-909-2263.

Milling Road Repair Completed2021-06-16T08:11:32-04:00

Mocksville Comprehensive Plan

2021-06-16T08:11:49-04:00

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.

Mocksville Comprehensive Plan2021-06-16T08:11:49-04:00

Milling Road Work Begins June 1

2021-05-24T16:18:41-04:00

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: tlangdon@mocksvillenc.gov

Milling Road Work Begins June 12021-05-24T16:18:41-04:00

Proclamation of State of Emergency for Davie County

2021-05-18T13:25:01-04:00

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 [...]

Proclamation of State of Emergency for Davie County2021-05-18T13:25:01-04:00

May 4 Meeting Will Consider Proposed Contract With Davie County Sheriff’s Office

2021-04-29T15:59:41-04:00

On Tuesday, May 4, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. the Mocksville Town Board will hold a regularly scheduled public meeting which will include consideration of a proposed contract with the Davie County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) to provide all law enforcement services inside the corporate limits of Mocksville beginning on July 1, 2021. Mayor Will Marklin and the Town Board understand how important this decision will be to the future of our community and are inviting public comment regarding the proposed contract at the May 4th Town Board meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Town Hall. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a call-in system [...]

May 4 Meeting Will Consider Proposed Contract With Davie County Sheriff’s Office2021-04-29T15:59:41-04:00

Fire Hydrant Testing Begins Next Week

2021-06-16T08:11:57-04:00

Fire Hydrant Testing Update The Mocksville Fire Department will start fire hydrant testing the first week of May 2021. Testing is necessary twice a year in order to ensure that the hydrants are working properly and that no change in pressure and flow has occurred. To learn more about what to expect, during testing please visit our website page here.

Fire Hydrant Testing Begins Next Week2021-06-16T08:11:57-04:00

Davie County Senior Services May Activities

2021-04-12T14:51:21-04:00

Get out your calendar because Davie County Senior Services has a multitude of fun activities scheduled for the month of May. From car bingo to a Mother’s Day event, to computer and cell phone basics classes, Senior Services has plenty to keep you busy. Click here for a full list of upcoming activities. Stay Up-to-Date with Their Online Calendars A current calendar is posted on the Davie County Senior Services Facebook page and website.  Be sure to like and share the Facebook page to let others know about everything happening at Senior Services! Sign Up for Notifications You can now subscribe [...]

Davie County Senior Services May Activities2021-04-12T14:51:21-04:00

Proclamation of State of Emergency for Davie County

2021-01-22T13:37:33-05:00

PROCLAMATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY FOR DAVIE COUNTYWhereas, 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; andWhereas, the North Carolina Emergency Management Act (Article 1 of Chapter 166A and Article [...]

Proclamation of State of Emergency for Davie County2021-01-22T13:37:33-05:00
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