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Below is the linked Laurinburg Market Place Snapshot prepared by the NC Main Street & Rural Planning Center Staff. 

Laurinburg Market Place Snapshot




The City of Laurinburg is updating its economic development strategic plan with support from ElectriCities of N.C., Inc. Creative Economic Development Consulting is facilitating the update to the strategic plan. They designed a survey to capture your input into a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) Analysis and your opinions for the City of Laurinburg Economic Development Strategic Plan. The information you provide will remain confidential and will be compiled with all survey responses. We appreciate your participation. Input from stakeholders like you will make the strategic planning process a success.

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FY 2017-2018 Citizen Budget Input

Approximately 70 citizens attended the Citizen Budget Input Session held Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at the A.B. Gibson Center.  The process for the input session was that individuals were assigned tables from 1-10 when they arrived.  The break out session whereby ideas, projects, programs and issues lasted for approximately 40 minutes and then the results from each table were presented.  Here are the results of the Citizen Budget Input Session along with input submitted either via email or phone call to the City Manager. 



The site was recently developed by the City of Laurinburg in collaboration with ElectriCities of North Carolina through their Smart Sites (S2) site readiness program. The program is designed to assist public power member communities to prepare shovel ready sites for industrial and commercial development.

The Laurinburg “Industrial Park” is located just 0.3 miles from Interstate 74, includes 150+ acres, and is served with City of Laurinburg utility services to include electric, fiber, water and sewer. The property is also adjacent to a rail line operated by Gulf & Ohio and has gas service in close proximity provided by Piedmont Natural Gas.

For additional information about locating your business in the park, contact Charles Nichols, City Manager, at 910-276-8324.


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Event Calendar

   May 1, 2017, 12:30 p.m.

   Crime & Drug Committee

   Council Chambers, 303 W. Church St.

   May 16, 2017, 7:00 p.m.

   City Council Meeting

   Council Chambers, 303 W. Church St.


New Year’s Day

Mon., January 2

Martin Luther

King, Jr. Day

Mon., January 16

Good Friday

April 14

Memorial Day

Mon., May 29

Independence Day

Tues., July 4

Labor Day

Mon., September 4


Thur. & Fri., Nov. 23 & 24


Mon., Dec. 25 & Tues., Dec. 26