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Bond Project Construction

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Delays and Closures

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Emergency Conditions

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January 27, 2022 11:00 PM

Notice of Sanford City Council Regular Meeting

The public shall take notice that Sanford City Council will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 1 in Council Chambers at the Sanford Municipal Center, located at 225 E. Weatherspoon Street. The meeting will begin at 6:00...

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January 25, 2022 11:00 PM

City of Sanford/Town of Broadwya Request for Propsal

The City is soliciting proposals from qualified independent auditors having sufficient governmental accounting and auditing experience in performing an audit in accordance with the specifications outlined within the...

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January 24, 2022 11:00 PM

GFL to Run Week A and Week B Recycling Routes this Friday

Due to last Friday's winter weather, GFL Environmental did not collect recycling. To best serve our residents, GFL will collect all Friday routes this week, including those that were missed last week.

GFL divides the City of Sanford's residential...

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Online Bill Payments

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Public Service Announcements

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Street Closures

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Water Outages

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Water Quality

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January 3, 2022 12:03 PM

Annual Water Treatment Process Change Scheduled for March 2022

The City of Sanford normally uses a combination of ammonia and chlorine to disinfect its drinking water. However, the N.C. Division of Water Resources requires all water filtration facilities to stop using ammonia for 30 days to help maintain a high...

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