Burnsville Town Councilors and staff welcomed Appalachian State University’s IDEXlab (Integrative Design Experience Laboratory) to Town on Friday, September 24th for the North Main Fire Station rehab project kick-off session. The design and graduate students were on site to collect
The public will take Notice that the Burnsville Town Council shall hold a special meeting pursuant to NCGS 160a-71 and NCGS 143-318.13(b) on September 24, 2021 at 10:30am at the Burnsville Fire Station located at 118 North Main Street, Burnsville,
Aug 17, 2021 https://deq.nc.gov/news/press-releases/2021/08/17/north-carolina-honors-64-drinking-water-treatment-plants The N.C. Division of Water Resources has honored 64 water treatment plants, including Burnsville, for surpassing federal and state drinking water standards in 2020. The division’s Public Water Supply Section awarded the facilities the prestigious N.C. Area Wide
The Town Council of the Town of Burnsville, NC approved A Resolution of Intent to Consider An Ordinance Amending the Charter of the Town of Burnsville, NC at their May 3, 2021 regular meeting. The Town Council also set a public hearing,
Due to road damage and erosion, the entrance to Azalea Lane from East Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic until further notice. Please access all residential properties from North Main Street.
In order to qualify for FEMA assistance for private homeowners and business owners, there must be 25 homes or businesses that have been destroyed or sustained major damage. At this time there have been no reports of any homes destroyed
From Yancey Extension director David Davis: Steps for farmers to take following flood damages to farming operations ***In addition to direct crop or animal loss, make sure to record other damages resulting from flooding such as damage to equipment, structures,