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Every 2-3 years the Town commissions a third-party engineering firm to evaluate all 220+ miles of streets the Town maintains. Each street segment is given a "pavement condition rating" between 0 and 100, with a 100 being perfect condition and 0 being very poor condition. The Town uses these scores to prioritize resurfacing efforts each year. The Town does not resurface streets based on citizen requests, for aesthetic purposes, or to enhance property values.
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See the Waste Connection collection schedule: https://www.wasteconnections.com/pickup-schedule/
Waste Connections 704-596-9428 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Acceptable Items are located at the following address: https://wipeoutwaste.mecknc.gov/where-can-i-recycle, under: “Important Things to Know About the Full-Service Drop-Off Disposal and Recycling Center." You can also find a list of acceptable items by visiting: https://meckfoam.com/index.php/curbside-recycling/.
Contact Waste Connections 704-596-9428 or email@example.com
Each resident should have
Some townhomes/condominiums do not have yard waste containers since the association has private landscapers maintain the yards.
Owners must sign up for new service at: www.WasteConnections.com/start-service.
The nearest property owner, HOA or COA is typically responsible for tree maintenance. This includes trees within the planting strip and/or in front of the property.
Roads may be maintained by
The Powell Bill Map shows street maintenance responsibilities. Alleys are not public streets and are maintained by the HOA.
Contact your energy provider to repair street lights
"No Parking" signs are added/removed on a petition basis. Please contact your HOA to start the process. Once the HOA notifies the Town of the request, staff conducts an on-site evaluation to determine the need for sign addition/removal.
Parking restrictions are enforced by the Huntersville Police Department.
Residents, organizations, and groups may choose to help keep our Town streets and sidewalks litter-free by participating in the Town's Adopt-A-Street Program. Whether seeking guidance on the coordination of a one-time cleanup event or choosing to commit to the longer, Adopt-A-Street program, the Town is here to help!
Please visit our webpage or call 704-875-7007 and ask to speak to our Adopt-A-Street Coordinator for more information.