PUBLIC HEARING MAY 24, 2021

Notice is given that Monday, May 24, 2021, beginning at the 6:30 p.m. meeting located at Town Hall, 112 E. South Main Street in Littleton, the Littleton Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on a comprehensive amendment to the land use and zoning ordinances as a result of legislation adopted by the General Assembly and codified in Chapter 160D of the General Statutes. Details of the proposed changes are available for public inspection at the Littleton Town Clerk’s office. Public comments will be accepted up to 24 hours following the public hearing.

TOWN MEETINGS AT TOWN HALL AGAIN

All town meetings are now being held at Town Hall and remotely through Zoom. The town is following the 3′ social distancing per CDC guidelines. If you are wanting to attend, please contact Town Hall at 586-2709 to make sure we have available space to stay within those guidelines. There is room at Town Hall for 12 people to attend to maintain the 3′ social distancing guideline. Thanks!

MARCH 8 MEETING AT LITTLETON FOOD & SPIRITS

The Board of Commissioners of the Town of Littleton will hold their regular scheduled board meeting Monday, March 8, 2021, at Littleton Food and Spirits. The town will be giving information about the WWTP and a sewer rate increase. You can also attend remotely through Zoom. By computer: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88498070849. By phone: 1-929-205-6088 Meeting ID: 884 9807 0849

THE POCKET PARK IS OPEN

The Pocket Park is open as of September 16, 2020. The town will be installing a hand sanitizing station and signage soon. Please make sure you observe social distancing and most importantly…HAVE FUN!

COVID 19 and your water bill

Currently the Town of Littleton is not charging late fees for their water and sewer customers due to COVID-19. Governor Cooper will issue more information in regard to late fees July 29, 2020. Customers are responsible for their water bills. If you cannot pay the full amount, please make some type of payment so you are not left with a large bill when the late fees are put in place again. Contact town hall at 586-2709 to receive more information in regard to your bill.

Hurricane Preparedness

With hurricane season here we wanted to make some resources available to our citizens. There is a pdf download from the RedCross below as well as links to both local and national resources.

Before a Hurricane: Listen to local area radio, NOAA radio or TV stations for information. Be prepared to evacuate and know your routes and destinations. Check your emergency kit and replenish as needed.
During A Hurricane: Stay indoors in a room without windows. Use flashlights if the power goes out, do not use candles. Don't walke on beaches, riverbanks or in flood waters. Continue listening to local area radio, NOAA radio or local TV stations for storm updates.
3 ways to find a Red Cross Shelter: 
Call 1-800-733-2676, visit redcross.org, or download the free american Red Cross Emergency App

Sign up for Alerts from Halifax County Emergency Services

NOAA Weather Service

NC Weather Radar

Halifax County Emergency Services