PUBLIC NOTICE: In observance of Juneteenth Day, the Town of Elizabethtown Town offices will be closed on Wednesday, June 19, 2024.  Offices at the Municipal Building will reopen for business on Thursday, June 20, 2024 at 8:30 a.m.

Public Notice – May 3, 2021 Town Council Zoom Meeting Information



In accordance with the N.C. Governor’s Executive Order, the May 3, 2021 Elizabethtown Town Council Meeting will be conducted virtually and will not be open to on-site visitors.  The virtual meeting will allow the Mayor and Council Members to conduct the important business of municipal government while protecting the health and safety of the council members, the public and town staff. 

For the May 3, 2021 Town Council meeting, the meeting time will be 7:00 p.m., and there will be no Noon Work Session.  Members of the public may join the meeting through Zoom from computer, smart phone or dial-in.  Please see the following information in order to connect to the May 3, 2021 Town Council meeting:

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Regarding public comments for the Virtual May 3, 2021 Town Council meeting for either the Open Forum section of the agenda or the scheduled Public Hearing (160D Ordinance Updates), written comments may be addressed to Town Clerk Juanita Hester by email at [email protected] or by including the written comments in an envelope addressed to the Town Clerk and leaving in the Town’s Drive-through Drop-Box at 805 W. Broad Street.  Written comments for the Public Hearing may be submitted at any time between the Notice of Public Hearing and 24 hours after the public hearing.  No immediate action will be taken by Town Council for the 160D Ordinance Updates until after the 24-hour required timeframe for written public comments.  


                                                                                                Sylvia Campbell, Mayor