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City, County Offices Closed For Thanksgiving

City, County Offices Closed For Thanksgiving

The following schedule changes will be taking place this week in observance of Thanksgiving: Goldsboro City Offices will be closed Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26. County of Wayne Government Offices closed Thursday, November 25, 2021 and Friday, November 26, 2021. Offices will re-open Monday, November 29, 2021 for normal business hours. All branches…read more »

Closings For Veterans Day

Closings For Veterans Day

The following schedule changes will be taking place today in observance of Veterans Day: Goldsboro City Offices will be closed on Thursday, November 11, 2021. County of Wayne Government Offices closed Thursday, November 11, 2021. Offices will re-open Friday, November 12, 2021 for normal business hours. All branches of the Wayne County Public Library closed…read more »

City Leaders Highlight Public Safety, New Projects During State Of The Community

City Leaders Highlight Public Safety, New Projects During State Of The Community

The Wayne County Chamber of Commerce’s annual State of the Community provides a look at the last year’s developments in the City of Goldsboro.  Tuesday’s event featured updates from city and county leaders who emphasized the idea of “one community.”  Goldsboro Mayor David Ham praised the first ever NC Freedom Fest held in September which…read more »

City Names Felecia Williams as Community Relations Director

City Names Felecia Williams as Community Relations Director

The City of Goldsboro has named Felecia Williams as the director of the Department of Community Relations and Development. Williams’ position is effective Oct. 6. Her salary will be $69,150.39. “I give honor to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and pray that I walk worthy of the vocation for which I am called,” Williams…read more »

Downtown Fountain Turned Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Downtown Fountain Turned Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Downtown Goldsboro is showing its support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Wednesday afternoon, representatives from Wayne UNC Health Care, Southeastern Medical Oncology, and the City of Goldsboro were on hand as the downtown fountain at the corner of Center and Walnut streets was turned pink for the month of October. The purpose of Breast Cancer…read more »

City Accepting Applications For The 2022 Citizen’s Academy

City Accepting Applications For The 2022 Citizen’s Academy

The City of Goldsboro is accepting applications for its upcoming Citizen’s Academy, which will be held Jan. 13 through March 3, 2022. The application deadline is Friday, Oct. 29. The 2022 Citizen’s Academy was established to create opportunities for residents to participate and learn more about the operation of city government. This program serves as…read more »

Goldsboro IT Department’s Programs Recognized By Center For Digital Government

Goldsboro IT Department’s Programs Recognized By Center For Digital Government

Goldsboro’s Information Technology department once again earned accolades from the Center for Digital Government. The City of Goldsboro was selected as a finalist for the Overall City Government Experience Award. The awards recognize the achievements and best practices of states, cities and counties that are radically improving the experience of government and pushing the boundaries…read more »

Suicide Prevention Awareness Vigil Set For Thursday

Suicide Prevention Awareness Vigil Set For Thursday

A Suicide Prevention Awareness Vigil will be held in Goldsboro this week.  The city’s Commission on Community Relations and Development will host the vigil at 7 PM this Thursday, September 30th on the steps of historic Goldsboro City Hall.  September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.read more »

Former Mayor Chuck Allen Passes Away

Former Mayor Chuck Allen Passes Away

The City of Goldsboro lost a dedicated community servant today. Former Mayor Chuck Allen passed away on Friday following a health battle that began limiting his time leading the city in late 2019. He was 60-years-old. Allen had served as Mayor since 2015, winning reelection in 2019. He stepped down from his role as mayor…read more »

City Offers Free Lead & Copper Sampling For Some Homes

City Offers Free Lead & Copper Sampling For Some Homes

Some Goldsboro homes are eligible for a free lead and copper sampling.  If you are a homeowner within the Goldsboro city limits and your home meets the following criteria, the Water Treatment Plant needs your assistance: The home must have been built between 1982-1987.  Must have either copper water pipes with lead solder or be…read more »

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