Lenoir Local

Want to catch up with what’s happening in City of Lenoir government while driving to work? Click the links below to play City Council meetings, public service announcements, and More In Lenoir shows below. Or, download the episodes and listen later.

Audio on this page includes:

  • City Council Meetings
  • More In Lenoir Episodes
  • Public Service Announcements

Building something? You probably need a permit.

Oct. 20, 2020

Are you building something new or making improvements to your property? Then you most likely need a permit.

Playgrounds Open

Sept. 11, 2020

In response to North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper's Executive Order 163 (EO163), the City of Lenoir opened City playgrounds and picnic shelters Friday, Sept. 4, 2020.

City Council Meeting

Aug. 4, 2020

 American Legion Post 29 Commander Wayne Mihelichl honored and recognized James Greer as Firefighter of the Year and Chris Maher as Police Officer of the Year for the City of Lenoir.

Need and extra garbage cart?

July 22, 2020

Residential solid waste account holders get one cart at no cost. Commercial account holders get two at no cost, but some folks need more carts.

City Council Meeting

July 21, 2020

Hibriten High School Principal Courtney Wright gave an update about activities at the school and Council voted to add designated on-street parking to Norwood Street.

More In Lenoir Episode 4 - Police Q&A

July 10, 2020

City of Lenoir Police Department Chief Brent Phelps and Communication and Public Information Director Joshua Harris discuss some common questions the department gets on topics such as the hiring process, body cameras, complaints, and more.

More In Lenoir Episode 3 - #8CANTWAIT

July 10, 2020

Communication and Public Information Director Joshua Harris and Police Chief Brent Phelps discuss the #8CANTWAIT campaign and the City of Lenoir's Police Department policies related to the campaign.