STORM DEBRIS REMOVAL UPDATE
April 14, 2014
North Carolina Department Of
Transportation began removal of storm debris on March
31. They will make one complete sweep
through the town to pick up debris on
state-maintained roads only
and then return for a second sweep through the area.
The contractor will not
pick up debris after the second sweep.
pick-up is completed, the contractor will cut and remove
damaged trees that are in or are over-hanging the
debris should be placed by the edge of the road as soon as
possible to guarantee pick-up.
Our rural roots are
deep...We believe there's no better place to grow!
Citizens voted to incorporate in 1997 to preserve this
Pleasant Garden is
a community of people working together and serving one
another creating a lasting quality of life for everyone.
Located within our 15
square-mile town limits are quiet residential
neighborhoods, family farms and related agribusinesses,
locally owned small businesses, varied industries,
schools, churches, healthcare facilities, fire
protection and recreation facilities.
We are a town of volunteers. Each of these programs is operated through the selfless commitment of volunteers.
Town Hall news and
town-sponsored events are regularly posted. Community
and regional websites are linked for your convenience.
We hope that residents and visitors alike will find this
information helpful and informative.
Your comments and
suggestions are welcomed.
for visiting Pleasant
Garden, North Carolina!
With the Hogs
to Benefit the Dogs 5K Run/Walk
After a long winter, come
celebrate spring at the "Discover Good
Living" Community Expo Event on April
26, 2014 from 8:00AM to 12:00PM at Volunteer Park.
The event will start at 8:00am
with the "Run With the Hogs to
Benefit the Dogs" 5K Run/Walk lead by the Freedom Biker
Church riders, Donna Lawrence and Susie of Susie's Hope. The
5K will be followed with a community expo of local
businesses, civic and community exhibits, demonstrations, four legged
1 mile fun run, toddle
waddle, inflatables and games for kids with net proceeds
non-profit organization “Susie’s Hope”.
So plan to celebrate spring, support your local community and
come out for a good cause at the Discover Good Living event!
For more information you can contact town hall at 674-3002.
Run with the Hogs to Benefit the
Thank you, sponsors!