In most cases NC State laws pertaining to contractors allow homeowners to obtain permits and perform construction work on their personal home. Please contact Engineering and Inspections for more detailed information.
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To see what new projects and developments are happening around town, visit our Projects and Development page.
If you think someone is violating the rules of the town, you can contact the Code Enforcement Division of the Planning Department at 919-553-5002 or visit the Code Enforcement section for more information on code enforcement violations.
To link to the agendas/minutes for upcoming meetings for Town Council, the Planning Board or the Board of Adjustment, visit our Boards and Commissions portal.
A greenway is a linear park, a non-motorized transportation route, or an open space conservation area that provides passive recreational activities, pedestrian trails, and/or bicycle trails. Greenways connect residential areas with public parks, public libraries, and other destination points.
To learn more about the population of the town and other interesting facts, visit our Demographics page.
An easement is the right to use property owned by another individual for specific purposes or to gain access to another property. Easements may be used for the construction of utilities, roadways, greenways or conservation areas.