The State of Emergency Declared for Hurricane Florence has been lifted by proclamation of the Mayor of Kernersville. State of Emergency Lifted
Month: September 2018
The Town’s Fall Clean-up will be October 1-11. All bulky items, including furniture and extra bagged trash, can be placed at the curb during this time on your regular service day. No items over 200 lbs. will be collected. Any questions on what may qualify, can be directed to The Public Services Department (336) 996-6916.
We have more rain in the forecast. Help prevent localized flooding. Ensure storm drains are clear; especially if your neighborhood has private roads. Find out who maintains your road within Town limits.
It’s that time of the year to dress up in costume and join the fun at Fourth of July Park! Yes you heard that right, the 2018 Pumpkin Run has been moved back to Fourth of July Park. It is Saturday October 20th with check-in at 7:30am. We will have different start times for the 5K […]
Many Homeowner Associations have a storm-water device that captures runoff from roads and homes. Make sure all inlets and outlets, which control flow moving into the pond and flow moving out, are clear of vegetation, sentiment or debris that could block flow into and out of the pond. Ensure that storm drains and ditches around […]
The Mayor of the Town of Kernersville has declared a State of Emergency for the Town of Kernersville. The Board of Aldermen adopted a resolution in support of this declaration. State of Emergency Declaration
Stormwater ponds are one of the most frequently used practices to receive stormwater runoff and mitigate flooding. Make sure all inlets and outlets, which control flow moving into the pond and flow moving out, are clear of vegetation, sentiment or debris that could block flow into and out of the pond. Ensure that storm […]
The Kernersville Board of Aldermen will hold a special session (emergency meeting) at 3:00 PM on September 13 in the Town Hall executive conference room at 134 East Mountain Street for discussion and consideration of a declaration of a state of emergency. Special Session (Emergency Meeting) of the Board of Aldermen – 13 Sep […]
During severe weather events it is common to have downed trees or power lines. Extreme caution should be used around both. If you see a downed power line, call your local utility to report it immediately. The farther you stay away from downed power lines the better. Don’t walk in flooded areas or in standing […]
Due to the inclement weather being predicted, we are closing the Public Services Drop off area on Saturday, September 16. Please plan your drop offs accordingly. The drop off area will re-open as scheduled on Monday, September 18th as scheduled You may call our offices at (336) 996-6916 with any questions or concerns.