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Posted on: May 13, 2021

May is National Bike Month!

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There's a lot to love about Cornelius, including its bikeability. That's why we're so excited to celebrate National Bike Month!

In case you missed it, we shared 6 handy tips for safer cycling in this week's newsletter, you can check out the full list of resources here: https://conta.cc/3hiHu5d 
  • Always wear a helmet. It's the law for riders 16 and under, b...
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Posted on: May 12, 2021

We're Changing the Way We Recycle!

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Beginning in June, WastePro and Cornelius Recycling will transition from collecting all of the Town's recycling in one week to collecting half of the Town's recycling on "red" weeks and the other half on "blue."

The day of your collection will not change but your week might.

Watch your mailbox for your new recycling calendar and information on which week your recycling will be collected.

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General Town News
Posted on: May 10, 2021

Keeping Up With Cornelius: May 9 Newsletter

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Join us in wishing K-9 Officer Britt a happy retirement! Britt was a member of our Police Department for over 8 years and was certified in both Patrol and Narcotics. You can read all about him and his plans for retirement in this week's newsletter.

Also included in this edition:

Tips for National Bike Month, details for the Cornelius Jazz Festival, an important recycling message from WastePro, and more!

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General Town News
Posted on: February 7, 2021

How New Road Signs Promote Safer Cycling

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The Town's former "Share the Road" signs, which broadcasted an ambiguous message to both drivers and cyclists, have been replaced with a new, clearer message: "Bikes May Use Full Lane."

"Share the Road" has long been a common sight on busy streets where cars and bikes must travel in the same lane. More recent research shows that the sign actually contributes to conflict between motorists and cyclists. "Bikes May Use Full L...

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General Town News
Posted on: April 29, 2021

Critical Home Repairs - Habitat for Humanity

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A safe home is more important than ever. If you own your home, Habitat Charlotte Region's Critical Home Repair program can help fix serious issues including unsafe roofing or flooring, lack of heat, electrical or plumbing hazards and accessibility issues.

If your home is need of repair, apply online today to see if Habitat can help make your home safe and livable again.

Learn more at https://www.habitatcltregion.org/.../critical-home-repair/

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General Town News
Posted on: April 25, 2021

Community Blood Drive

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The Town will be partnering with One Blood to host a blood drive on Wednesday, June 2, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

This event will be held at Town Hall. 

Appointments are required, sign up for yours today!

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General Town News
Posted on: February 17, 2021

Budget Survey: FY2021-2022

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The Town is currently in the early stages of developing the next Town Budget. Help us understand your priorities by filling out this brief survey!

Take the survey here.

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