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    The City is seeking student volunteers to serve on the Environmental Sustainability Board

    The City Council is seeking two student volunteers to serve on Belmont Environmental Sustainability Board. The purpose of the board is to serve as an advisory committee regarding environmental Sustainability issues such as tree protection. Read on...
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    Board of Adjustment Member Opportunity

    The City of Belmont is accepting applications for Board of Adjustment (BOA) membership. We currently have one vacancies for a three year term. Read on...
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    Downtown Concert Series

    Beautiful Stowe Park sets the the scene for Party in the Park - Summer Concert Series. May 6, May 19, June 2, June 16, and June 30th concerts are planned with a variety of music genres. Read on...
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    New Smart Water Meter Installations are 59% Complete

    We are right on schedule with our new high-tech water meter installation project. The next area scheduled for installations is the Armstrong FordRd area (see map). Read on...
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    2016 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

    We are pleased to present to you this year's Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. This report is a snapshot of last year’s water quality. Read on...
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    Downtown Parking Survey

    Parking Survey results show need for additional parking in Downtown Belmont. Note: Since this survey was conducted the City has made improvements to existing lots, added an additional 46 spaces and work on the Glenway St lot planned to begin in June. Survey
  7. Downtown Parking Improvements

    GLENWAY STREET PARKING LOT PAVING IMPROVEMENTS are planned to begin in June with the construction period estimated to be 30 - 45 days and totaling 75 asphalt-paved parking spaces. Read on...
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    Think Green! Away from Home Recycling

    Did you know North Carolinians recycle 85.4 pounds of materials a second. That’s impressive! But we throw away more than 752 pounds of trash a second. That’s almost nine times what we recycle. The city encourages recycling at home and away from home Read on...
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    Comprehensive LUP Update - Stay Involved!

    The Comprehensive Land Use Plan is the city’s overarching planning document, presenting the community’s vision in sections that address land use, transportation, recreation, the natural environment, historic preservation, economic development, and more. Read on...
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