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Water Break

ATTENTION

Customers on Spring Branch Road, South Elm Avenue, and Pope Street may experience periods of low water pressure or water outage due to an emergency water line repair.

Special Call Meeting - Imagine Dunn

The Dunn City Council will hold a Special Meeting on Thursday, July 1, 2021 at 12:45 p.m. at the Dunn Community Center, 205 E Jackson Rd, Dunn, NC. 

The Purpose of the Meeting:
For Presentation and Decision - Imagine Dunn Strategic Vision Plan

To view the Agenda, please click here.

Pedestrian Plan Survey

The City of Dunn is initiating a pedestrian plan to help improve walking within/around the City. We need your help to identify issues and opportunities. Please visit the project website to take the online survey www.walkdunn.com/outreach and please share with your family, friends, and neighbors.

Change in Advisory Board Meetings - Planning and CAC

The Planning Board Meeting scheduled for June 22, 2021 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, June 29, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at the Dunn Municipal Building, 401 E Broad Street, Dunn NC.

The Community Appearance Committee has canceled its meetings set for July and December 2021.

Road Closure

Due to damage from a vehicle accident, the 900th block of East Johnson Street including the Johnson Street bridge is closed until further notice.

State Of Emergency

The City of Dunn has rescinded the State of Emergency Amendment 1 & Amendment 2 that mandate a mask and social distancing. We are following all of Governor Cooper's COVID-19 restrictions. For more information please visit, https://www.nc.gov/covid19.

State of Emergency-COVID-19

 

CDBG-I RFQ Engineering Services

The City of Dunn has received a Community Development Block Grant- Infrastructure (CDBG-I) award divided into two funding parts by the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) for the rehabilitation/replacement of approximately 13,625 Linear Feet of sewer line and rehabilitation/replacement of approximately 56 manholes. The initial grant is in the amount of $108,360 and shall be used to fund activities prior to the construction phase. The second grant is in the amount of $1,890,769 and shall be used to fund activities through final construction. Contingent upon this award, the Dunn City Council is soliciting requests for qualifications for professional engineering services to assist the City of Dunn in both a) developing a final engineering report, and b) subsequent engineering design and bid package services and construction inspection services, of this project in compliance with all applicable federal requirements and regulations under the CDBG program. Payment terms will be negotiated with the selected firm. The fee for professional engineering services will be paid with CDBG funds. To view the full RFQ, please click here.

CDBG-I RFP Grant Administrative Services

The City of Dunn has received a Community Development Block Grant- Infrastructure (CDBG-I) award divided into two funding parts by the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) for the rehabilitation/replacement of approximately 13,625 Linear Feet of sewer line and rehabilitation/replacement of approximately 56 manholes. The initial grant is in the amount of $108,360 and shall be used to fund activities prior to the construction phase. The second grant is in the amount of $1,890,769 and shall be used to fund activities through final construction. Contingent upon this award, the Dunn City Council is soliciting proposals for grant administration services to assist the City of Dunn in the administration and management of this project in compliance with all applicable requirements under the North Carolina CDBG-I Program. The fee for grant administration services will be paid with CDBG-I funds. To view the full RFP, please click here.

Watauga Construction

This letter is to inform you that City Council recently approved a utility construction contract with Lorman Construction to complete much needed utility improvements throughout the City which include water and sewer improvements on N. Watauga Avenue from W. Cumberland to W. Cole Street.  Once the utility work is complete, the City has procured Turner Asphalt to pave N. Watauga from W. Cumberland to W. Cole Street.

To view the full release, please click here.

Summer Hours

All City of Dunn facilities will be operating summer hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday starting May 1st and ending September 30th.

Governor Roy Cooper COVID 19 Updates

For updates from Governor Roy Cooper's office, please visit www.nc.gov/covid19 

Events

June 2021 — August 2021
JUN

14

Community Appearance Committee

The Community Appearance Committee meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00pm at City Hall in the Council Chambers located at 401 East Broad Street, Dunn, NC 28334

JUN

24

Dunn City Council - Special Called Meeting

The Dunn City Council will meet for a Special Called Meeting on Thursday, June 24, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers in the Dunn Municipal Building, 401 E Broad St, Dunn NC. There will not be a Public Comment Period.

JUN

29

Dunn Planning Board Meeting

The Dunn Planning Board Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers in the Dunn Municipal Building, 401 E Broad St, Dunn NC

JUL

01

Dunn City Council Special Called Meeting - Imagine Dunn

Presentation and Decision concerning the Imagine Dunn Strategic Vision Plan on Thursday, July 1, 2021 at 12:45 p.m. at the Dunn Community Center, 205 Jackson Rd, Dunn NC. There will not be a Public Comment Period.

JUL

13

July City Council Meeting

Please take notice that the regular meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers of the Dunn Municipal Building located at 401 E. Broad Street.

AUG

09

Community Appearance Committee

The Community Appearance Committee meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00pm at City Hall in the Council Chambers located at 401 East Broad Street, Dunn, NC 28334

AUG

10

August City Council Meeting

Please take notice that the regular meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers of the Dunn Municipal Building located at 401 E. Broad Street.

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Conveniently located within an hour’s drive of North Carolina’s thriving Research Triangle Park, two hours from North Carolina's beautiful Crystal Coast, and just five hours from the oldest mountains in the world, Dunn is ideally located in the heart of North Carolina's variety vacationland. The Dunn area sits at a convergence of an extensive transportation network. North and south links include I-95, US 301 and the Seaboard System Railroad, while I-40 and US 421 provide east to west routes. Commercial air transportation is available at nearby Raleigh/Durham International Airport. Charter flights and private service are provided, within a 15-minute drive at the Harnett County Regional Jetport.

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