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Clean-up dates set for cemetery spaces
07/12/2019
The city of Rocky Mount Parks and Recreation Department will perform a cleanup of the spaces at the Pineview, Northeastern and Battleboro cemeteries Aug 6-7.
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Finding information on city events and initiatives
07/05/2019
The Communications and Marketing Office continues to remind city of Rocky Mount residents and employees of the various locations for information regarding closures, collections, and other news important to our community.
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Housing repair programs to begin application process
07/02/2019
The Community and Business Development Department is offering three housing incentives beginning in July. Residents can take part in the Housing Rehab Matching Rebate Program, the Housing Repair Program or the Urgent Repair Program.
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Rocky Mount’s fire chief and interim Energy Resources director named
07/01/2019
Rocky Mount City Manager Rochelle Small-Toney has selected Corey Mercer to fill the vacancy of fire chief and Chris Beschler to serve as interim Energy Resources director.
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Downtown Live! heats up Thursday nights in Rocky Mount
07/01/2019
Spend your Thursday nights this Summer listening and dancing to live music in downtown Rocky Mount.
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Nexsen Pruet Final Report
06/28/2019
Read the Nexsen Pruet Final Report
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Water Resources promotes first female superintendent
06/28/2019
The city of Rocky Mount's Water Resources Department has promoted its first female to serve as superintendent. Amanda James, a 21-year employee of the city of Rocky Mount, began her new role as Water Quality Services superintendent the week of June 17.
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Council approves FY 2020 budget
06/26/2019
The Rocky Mount City Council approved the FY 2020 budget during the June 24, 2019 council meeting. The new budget is balanced without a tax rate increase or increases to the city’s utility rates.
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Space available for city's summer camp
06/24/2019
The city of Rocky Mount Parks and Recreation Department’s summer camps are in full swing, but space is still available at the various camp locations. Summer Day Camp is held from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, with locations at Englewood Elementary School for children 5-8 and the Imperial Centre for the Arts and Sciences for students ages 9-12. The cost for Summer Day Camp is $80 per week for city residents.
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FREE family movies offered at Lawn Chair Theatre
06/21/2019
Summer movies under the stars are made possible with the 2019 Lawn Chair Theatre series. Movie viewings will take place once a month throughout the summer on the lawn of the Imperial Centre for the Arts & Sciences.
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Popsicles and Stories in the Park to encourage reading
06/17/2019
Rocky Mount Parks and Recreation, in partnership with Braswell Memorial Library, will host Popsicles and Stories in the Park through Aug. 20.
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Summer Night Lights returns to area parks
06/10/2019
Rocky Mount Parks and Recreation Department’s Summer Night Lights program returns Friday, June 14, 6 p.m. at Hornbeam Park in Rocky Mount.
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City asks residents to conserve water
05/31/2019
As of Saturday, June 1, Voluntary Water Conservation Stage I is now in effect through Oct. During this stage of voluntary water conservation, the city asks all water customers to be mindful of their water usage and to conserve when possible.
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