Artists: Sydney Duarte @traveling_gypsy and Treazy Treaz @treazy_treaz
This Enchanted Forest mural honors and celebrates the Town of Mt. Holly and their commitment to connecting community and nature. Our design was created to encourage passersby to slow down and reflect on their personal connection to the natural world, celebrate the present moment and dream about the future ahead.
We hope the mural sparks a sense of wonder, awe and discovery through engagement with the different elements throughout the wall. The lanterns and Northern Lights are to evoke a sense of excitement and celebration while the racoon and other sweet creatures are here to welcome visitors to the space, inviting them to connect with the town in a new way.
There will be an interruption to water serving the Stanley Pressure Zone beginning at 3:30PM today for an emergency repair to a leak. Residents/Businesses west of downtown along Highway 27 will experience an interruption in their water service while this repair is being made.
Witness the beauty of Mount Holly’s downtown historic district with a Christmas carriage ride. Reserve your own private horse-drawn carriage for a ride under the lights along historic Main Street! Carriage rides will be available on December 12,13, and 14 from 6-9 PM.
The City of Mount Holly is constructing a new wastewater pump station and installing approximately 9,400 linear feet of sewer force main along the southeast portion of the City. Click the article to read more.
Providing the citizens and businesses of Mount Holly with high-quality, reliable water and sewer services is a priority. The City has implemented Phase 3 of the five-year Water and Sewer Plan, adopted by City Council in 2019. For full details, please visit our website: https://bit.ly/MountHollyWaterSewer.
The City of Mount Holly will be fully reopening on Tuesday, June 1, 2021. All City facilities will be returning to normal, pre-COVID operations. It will no longer be a requirement to self-check-in for visitors.
On Jan. 27th, Charlotte Water (CLTWater) launched an online workshop to educate the public about the Stowe Regional Water Resource Recovery Facility and community benefitproject currently being planned. The workshop is collecting input from the public about how the project can further benefit the community.
The City Council meets at 7:00 PM on the 2nd Monday of every month, unless otherwise stated. Meetings are open to the public. Each meeting is held in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Complex located at 400 East Central Avenue.
The City Council meets at 7:00 PM on the 2nd Monday of every month, unless otherwise stated. Meetings are open to the public. Each meeting is held in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Complex located at 400 East Central Avenue. Meeting minutes and agendas are located here.
The registration deadline for flag football is Monday, December 14th at 5:00 PM. Registration forms can be found next to the Payment Drop Box at the Municipal Complex (in front of the Police Department) or register online here.
After a compelling presentation by Chief Don Roper and Deputy Chief Brian Reagan during Monday night’s City Council meeting, the Council unanimously voted to approve a new Recruitment and Retention Plan for the Mount Holly Police Department.
The Mount Holly City Council announced on Monday evening that it had selected Miles Braswell as the new City Manager, after the announcement of Danny Jackson’s retirement late last month. He started his new role on November 1.
Former City Manager Danny Jackson was honored with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine award at the October City Council meeting. Jackson is retiring from his City Manager position after 33 years of consecutive service to the City of Mount Holly. His assistant City Manager, Miles Braswell, has been selected as his replacement and began in the new role on November 1. Read full details by clicking on the article link.
Greetings to all, I would like to take this opportunity to speak about the recent incident in Minneapolis involving the death of George Floyd as a result of an encounter he had with certain Minneapolis Police Officers. Needless to say, it was a tragic situation that has affected so many people in so many ways.
Dozens of North Carolina mayors released a statement this past Monday in light of the death of George Floyd, voicing their dismay at Mr. Floyd’s death, extending support to Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, and vowing to fight systemic racism within police forces and their cities.
The City of Mount Holly City Council will hold a Special Meeting on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Council Chambers located at 400 East Central Avenue, Mount Holly, NC 28120.
The City of Mount Holly City Council will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, May 11, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Council Chambers located at 400 East Central Avenue, Mount Holly, NC 28120.
This loan program provides emergency, short-term loans to small businesses located within the City limits of Mount Holly for the purpose of paying up to three months' rent or mortgage payments of the business in order to secure the physical business location from eviction or foreclosure during this state of emergency.
The 2020 Census is quick and easy! The questionnaire will take about 10 minutes to complete. Your response helps to direct billions of dollars in federal funds to local communities for schools, roads, and other public services.
In case you are not aware, Governor Roy Cooper recently approved a new Executive Order (#141) regarding moving into Phase 2 of the coronavirus crisis (COVID-19).