Public Notices

Town of Mocksville Spring Clean-up Event this Saturday, April 6th


The Town of Mocksville is hosting its annual Spring Clean-up Day for residents within the town limits on Saturday, April 6th, from 8 a.m. - noon at Rich Park.  Please read the following list of items that will be accepted: Appliances Furniture (indoor and outdoor) Grills Hot Water Heaters Mattresses/Box Spring Rugs Glass Bikes Doors Lumber Metal  These items will not be accepted:  Cement Asphalt Oil Paints Pesticides (The NC Cooperative Extension is sponsoring a Pesticide Disposal Day on May 1st.) Electronics (Electronic Recycling Days are held on the last Saturday of the first month of each quarter.) Please note: This [...]

Town of Mocksville Spring Clean-up Event this Saturday, April 6th2024-04-08T10:26:23-04:00

Good to Great


Bestselling author Jim Collins wrote, “Good is the enemy of great.” He meant that most people and organizations are satisfied with being good at what they do and believe that there is nothing else they need to do. That is not the case with the Town of Mocksville in general and the Mocksville Fire Department in particular. Chief Frank Carter will tell you that “Constant Improvement” is his hashtag. Chief Carter has been a firefighter in Mocksville since 1988 and has served as Chief since 2003. Over the last decade especially he has worked tirelessly, but quietly, improving the department for [...]

Good to Great2024-03-27T10:06:27-04:00

Spring is Here!


Spring is here! The Popsicle Run and Shamrock 5k are behind us, so now we can ease into warmer weather. I would have liked to see a bit more snow over the winter months but am glad that we didn’t have to deal with icy roads and school closings that would push the end of the school year further into the summer months. We actually had a fairly mild winter. Be sure to keep a close eye on the calendar for all the events happening over the next several months. There are concerts, festivals, movies in the park, and many other [...]

Spring is Here!2024-03-27T10:06:34-04:00

Preparing for a New Fiscal Year – Town of Mocksville Kicks off 2024-2025 Budget Process


Mocksville Town Board members heard presentations by the town manager, economic development, town engineer, Environlink, and the heads of each department during a budget retreat on February 10. (L to R) Commissioner Justin Draughn, Mayor Will Marklin, Commissioner Jenny Stevenson, Commissioner Carl Lambert, and Commissioner Rob Taylor. Not pictured is Commissioner Johnny Frye. Recognizing that a goal without a plan is just a wish, the Mocksville Town Board kicked off its budget process with a half-day meeting that allowed the board and staff to discuss the challenges and needs facing the town during the coming year and to look at the [...]

Preparing for a New Fiscal Year – Town of Mocksville Kicks off 2024-2025 Budget Process2024-03-01T18:20:43-05:00

Mocksville Christmas Parade This Saturday! Check Out the Lineup Here!  


Photo credit: Marnic Lewis It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and the holidays just wouldn’t be complete without the annual Mocksville Hometown Christmas Parade sponsored by the Mocksville Tourism Authority.  This year’s parade theme is “The Magic of Christmas.”  The parade will feature everything from walking groups, performers, horseback riders, and single vehicles to full-blown floats, candy for the kids, and of course, Santa Claus. The parade will depart from Rich Park at 2 p.m. Saturday and will travel down Main Street, turn left on Depot Street, and end at Railroad Street, where dismantling will begin. Prizes will be [...]

Mocksville Christmas Parade This Saturday! Check Out the Lineup Here!  2023-11-29T10:54:33-05:00

Town of Mocksville Seeking Public Comment on Proposed System Development Fees


Time for Public Comment: 8-17-23 to 10-01-23 The Town of Mocksville engaged Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc. (“Raftelis”)  to study and recommend System Development Fees for our Water and Sewer systems for fiscal year (“FY”) 2024 (July 1, 2023 – June 30, 2024). System development fees are one-time charges assessed to new water and/or sewer customers for their use of system capacity and serve as an equitable method by which to recover up-front system capacity costs from those using the capacity. This includes new homes, businesses and industrial buildings as well as new water and sewer lines extensions that serve an existing [...]

Town of Mocksville Seeking Public Comment on Proposed System Development Fees2023-08-17T11:14:47-04:00

Section of Rich Park Greenway Closed Due to Storm Damage


Avoid This Section of the Greenway for Safety A section of the Rich Park Greenway near the Parks & Grounds maintenance shop has been closed due to a fallen tree and severe asphalt damage. This section will be closed until repairs are made. The Town is asking the public to avoid this section of the greenway for safety reasons and respect any barriers/caution tape up in the area. The repairs are anticipated to be completed in two weeks but could be longer depending on contractor scheduling.  

Section of Rich Park Greenway Closed Due to Storm Damage2023-08-16T10:05:15-04:00

Mocksville Tourism Development Authority Announces 14 Grants for 2023


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 14 Grants for 20232023-08-01T11:11:01-04:00

Businesses Around Wilkesboro Street Roundabout Still Open 


The businesses around the Wilkesboro Street roundabout construction zone want everyone to know that they are open and accessible.  “We are here to support the businesses affected by the roundabout construction as best as we can,” said the Town of Mocksville. “We encourage individuals to dine in or take out, share their Facebook pages, and look for updates that these businesses are sharing. Let's help these businesses maneuver through this DOT project completion.”   The maps below, issued by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT), show the construction zone and how to reach each business.  Road closures at the intersection [...]

Businesses Around Wilkesboro Street Roundabout Still Open 2023-07-25T16:19:29-04:00

Wilkesboro Street Roundabout Opening Delayed


WILKESBORO STREET ROUNDABOUT OPENING DELAYED – NEW PROJECTED COMPLETION is OCTOBER 1st Citing delays in replacing underground utility lines, CBL, INC has informed NCDOT and the town that the project will not be completed by the end of August as originally projected. The new completion date is estimated to be October 1st. An almost four-week work stoppage occurred due to delays caused by a water line subcontractor waiting on back-ordered parts to put a new water line under the project area in service. This line must be completed and the old line abandoned before any other water, sewer or storm drain [...]

Wilkesboro Street Roundabout Opening Delayed2023-07-24T15:08:59-04:00
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