Due to construction, Rocky Branch Park will be closed to the public beginning January 4th until further notice.

Category: City News

2020 Water Quality Report

Annual Water Quality Report Now Available The City of Belmont’s 2020 Annual Water Quality Report is now available to the Public. We release this report each year to meet state requirements and to also keep our citizens informed about their drinking water. To view the report, please click the link below. VIEW 2020 WATER QUALITY … Continued

DelWebb to provide a portion of the South Fork Parkway & New Greenway

May 24, 2021- Belmont City Council  approved DelWebb’s development plans, which will include the construction of a .73 mile segment of the new South Fork Parkway that will provide a connection between Armstrong Ford Rd and Nixon Rd in Phase 1 of the project.  The developer has also agreed to mitigate their impacts through improvements … Continued

City Council Adopts Resolution of Support for Light Rail Alignment

April 5, 2021- Belmont City Council adopted a Resolution of Support for the LYNX Silver Line Locally Preferred Alternative alignment and station location for the proposed light rail in Belmont.   For more information, please refer to the following presentations: February 2021 Public Engagement: Focus Area #1 (Belmont to I-485) March 15, 2021 City Council … Continued

Duplicate Water Public Notice

ATTENTION: Information Regarding the Water Public Notice Received With Utility Bills  This past month the City of Belmont released a Public Notice regarding your drinking water. The City posted an alert here on our website as well as sent out a flyer notification with your Utility Bills. This month you will notice there are Public … Continued

CATS SilverLine Virtual Public Meeting

On Monday, February 16, 2021 CATS held a virtual public meeting on focus area 1 (Gaston County/Belmont to I-485).  The virtual meeting goes over details of the proposed SilverLine alignment.  To view a recording of this virtual public meeting click here.

City of Belmont Upgrading Their Phone Systems

City of Belmont 2/25/21 Service Update In an effort to continue providing the best service possible to our citizens, the City of Belmont will be upgrading our phone systems on Friday 2/26/21. Our Technology Team will be working diligently to complete this process as quickly as possible.  However, during this time you may experience delays … Continued

Virtual Martin Luther King Jr Unity Service

Monday, January 18th, at 7:00pm the City of Belmont will be livestreaming the annual Martin Luther King Jr Unity Service on our YouTube page. You can join in on the celebration by visiting www.cityofbelmont.org/MLKUnity. The event details are below and can be viewed on the attached flyer as well. This Virtual Service includes: ★ Music … Continued

City of Belmont Now Considering Proposals For Solid Waste and Recycling

The City of Belmont has now opened their RFP process for companies interested in providing Solid Waste and Recycling services. Interested parties should visit the link below to view the official document detailing the requirements that must be met. This RFP will remain open until 12pm on Friday, January 22nd of 2021. Please direct any … Continued

2020 Census: NC To Lose Out On Available $1.5 Trillion In Federal Funds

Why is the Census Important? A low Census response rate puts NC at risk of missing out on its fair share of more than $1.5 trillion in federal dollars from census-derived programs. This includes—but is not limited to—critical public services such as hospitals, schools, road repairs, and emergency response services. As of August 18, 2020, … Continued

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