Click here to view the public notice regarding the Sidewalk Construction Project on NC 200 N, Maple St., and Lions Club Dr.
The City of Locust will be conducting our Annual Bulk Goods Collection on Saturday, March 18th. All items must be at the roadside by 8am, Saturday morning to guarantee pickup. Items that will be picked up include: -Household Furniture -Large Toys (kiddie pools, playhouses, riding toys, disassembled swing sets) -Mattresses/Box springs (MUST be wrapped in plastic) and Bed Frames -Rugs Items that WON'T be picked up include: -Construction and Demolition Debris -Hazardous and/or Liquid Waste -Industrial Waste -Medical Waste -Tires -Computer/TV's/Electronics of ANY kind -Major Appliances -Recycling -Yard Waste (leaves, brush, or stumps) -Household Trash/Garbage If you have any questions please contact me, Tim Flieger, @ (704)888-5260 Ext 107 or you can email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parks and Recreation Department is looking for Part Time, Seasonal employees. Please visit the Park and Recreation page for more information.
Please click here for our newly adopted noise ordinance.
Duke Energy maintains numerous outdoor lights to help promote safety and security in public areas. Let us know if an outdoor light or streetlight is out or not working properly. The first rule of safety is do not touch a power line or anything touching a power line, such as tree limbs, tools and toys. Even power lines that have fallen may be dangerous and should not be moved or disturbed. Please visit this website to request a streetlight repair: https://www.duke-energy.com/north-carolina/products/lighting/request-light-repair.asp
How can you remember your Veteran? Your soldier is a part of history; honor them by placing a brick in the Veteran’s Memorial in Locust Town Center. You can download the order form here. For information about more opportunities for contribution, including special recognition items, please download this form. The Veteran’s Memorial in Locust Town Center will be dedicated to the five branches of our military. We will honor and remember Veterans, Retirees, Active Duty and Reserves from across our nation. The Memorial will be located to the left of the Locust Government Building and will feature benches and flag poles for each branch of our military. Friends and family may honor a loved one who has given so much for our freedom and our country by purchasing a memorial brick paver that will forever rest in the Locust Town Center Veterans’ Memorial.