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Reminder - Garbage and recycling service is on a one day delay this week. Additionally,  Monday's routes will be collected on a two hour delay tomorrow. Rider Transit will not operate tomorrow.  

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There will be no garbage/recycling service tomorrow, Monday, January 17. Collection will be on a one day delay this week.   We really appreciate everyone staying off the roads. At this point we have not had any vehicle accidents since the storm started which is wonderful! We strongly urge you to continue to stay off the roads until tomorrow midday and remain safe.   City street crews are continuing to plow snow and distribute salt/slag on major streets and thoroughfares but...

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Winter Storm Izzy is here and while she is beautiful she is impacting our City. We have approximately 2 inches of snow. We do expect a significant amount of freezing rain/sleet later today.   We thank you for staying off the roads. At this point we have not had any vehicle accidents since the storm started. We strongly urge you to continue to stay off the roads and remain safe.   City street crews are plowing snow and putting slag down on major streets and thoroughfares but...

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    11:30 a.m. January 15 - Rider Transit services are canceled for Sunday, January 16. 10 a.m. January 15 - Good Morning, Kannapolis and the Charlotte Region is now under a Winter Storm Warning from Saturday night until Sunday night. A Winter Storm Warning means significant snow, sleet, or ice accumulations are expected in our region. We also expect the winter accumulations will impact our City, Monday, after the storm moves thru the area. We encourage you to pay attention to...

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Kannapolis and the Charlotte Region is now under a Winter Storm Watch from Saturday night until Monday. A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant snow, sleet, or ice accumulations that may impact travel. We encourage you to pay attention to official weather forecasts over the weekend as the winter weather arrives in our area. Kannapolis Transportation employees have begun brining major thoroughfares and bridges in the city as we expect to mostly have wind/sleet/freezing ...

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The City of Kannapolis offices will be closed Monday, January 17, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Offices will reopen on January 18. There will be no delay in the collection of garbage, recycling, bulky waste, or e-waste.   Yard debris and loose-leaf collection will not be collected on Monday, January 17, but will be collected on your next regularly scheduled day. Tuesday-Friday collection of loose leaves and yard waste will operate on a regular schedule.

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An annual celebration paying tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. returns with local in-person events on January 15 and 17. The theme of this year’s celebration is “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion—Actualizing the Dream.” The theme pays tribute to local collaborative efforts to advance Cabarrus County’s diverse population.   A new event, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream Day in the Park, takes place on January 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Atri...

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An annual celebration paying tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. returns with local in-person events on January 15 and 17. The theme of this year’s celebration is “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion—Actualizing the Dream.” The theme pays tribute to local collaborative efforts to advance Cabarrus County’s diverse population.   A new event, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream Day in the Park, takes place on January 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Atri...

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One-time assistance paid directly to utility vendors   Cabarrus County’s Department of Human Services is currently taking applications for programs that provide financial support for energy and water bill payments.   The Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) and Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) are federally funded and open to all eligible residents. The one-time help provides payment directly to the utility provider.   Official...

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A $5.5 million contract awarded by the N.C. Department of Transportation will bring improvements to more than 20 miles of Cabarrus County roads, including 39 segments of secondary roads.   The contract calls for milling, resurfacing and shoulder reconstruction work to improve rideability and additional structural integrity to the road pavement.   Some roads to be addressed under the contract include:   N.C. 3/Concord Lake Road between Doncastle Court and Roxie Street in Conc...

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