Council Recap: City emissions update, future parks recommendations, and more

Wilmington City Council held its final regular meeting of 2022 on Tuesday, Dec. 6. First up, council received the Greenhouse Gas Emissions annual report (watch the full presentation). As a regional leader in addressing climate change, the city is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and has set ambitious goals for its municipal operations sinceContinue reading “Council Recap: City emissions update, future parks recommendations, and more”

Commission On African American History Honors 3 At Living Legends Banquet

The City of Wilmington’s Commission on African American History held the fourth annual Living Legends awards banquet on Saturday, Dec. 3. The purpose of the event is to honor individuals for their contribution toward improving Wilmington. This year’s recipients were: Morris-Goodson was presented with the Living Legend Award, she joked that it “meant she wasContinue reading “Commission On African American History Honors 3 At Living Legends Banquet”

Celebrate The Holiday Season With These Wilmington Events

Beginning this week, the City of Wilmington will host a variety of events to celebrate the holiday season, including for the first time ever, a synthetic ice rink. Events below: Ice Skating, Live Oak Bank Pavilion December 1 – 9Cost: $5/person  Pre-registration is required.Register online – webreg.wilmingtonnc.gov  or call 910.341.7855Live Oak Bank Pavilion, 10 Cowan Street MembersContinue reading “Celebrate The Holiday Season With These Wilmington Events”

Holiday Parade Details And The Expected Traffic Impacts

The 19th annual Holiday Parade will take place in downtown Wilmington on Sunday, December 11th. The event typically draws thousands of people to downtown to check out all the festive floats — and Santa! Here are the expected traffic impacts for the parade which will begin at 6pm. Location of Event: Street Closures & TimesContinue reading “Holiday Parade Details And The Expected Traffic Impacts”