Between 10:30 pm and 2 am tonight, 911 lines in Yancey County will be unavailable due to work on fiber lines by Frontier. Residents of Yancey County can still reach the 911 offices by calling the administrative lines at (828)
The Town of Burnsville had a discharge of untreated wastewater fromour wastewater collection system at the OMC Pump Station located atOMC Drive of approximately 424,500 gallons. The discharge occurredon June 28, 2020 to June 29, 2020 for approximately 29 hours.
The Town of Burnsville had a discharge of untreated wastewater from our wastewater collection system at the OMC Pump Station located at OMC Drive of approximately 156,750 gallons. The discharge occurred on June 27, 2020 for approximately 9.5 hours. The
The 2020 Mt. Mitchell Craft Fair originally scheduled for August 7 & 8 has been canceled. With much regret the Yancey County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has unanimously voted to cancel the 2020 Craft Fair. While the board recognizes
Gov. Roy Cooper has issued an executive order requiring people to wear face coverings while out in public where physical distancing of 6 feet from other people who are not members of the same household or residence is not possible. There are
North Carolina will also remain under Safer At Home Phase 2 of lifting COVID-19 restrictions until at least Friday, July 17. View Phase 2 frequently asked questions (English | Spanish) View public health guidance for Phase 2 View Executive Order 147
The Town of Burnsville has taken no action regarding requiring face coverings in public places within city limits. We have received emailed public comments on the topic which will be read during the required public comment portion of the Council’s
Burnsville Public Works Departments has issued the following Notice to the Public: Starting on June 24th, the Meadow Road project will change the hours of operation to 7pm until 6:30am. During this work, the road will be closed. Hyatt Pipeline will