On behalf of the City of Whiteville, Welcome!
I would like to welcome you to the City and our website. The citizens of Whiteville have a great amount of pride in their city. Whiteville was established in 1833 and is a little City nestled on the railroad line mingled with history. Small town pride blended with that family-oriented aura fold together to create a charming, quaint southern city with a story to tell that is rich in history, culture, and legend. The City of Whiteville is home to the NC Pecan Harvest Festival. We are recognized as a friendly community, wherechildren and youth can grow and develop. It is a wonderful location for retirement due to our geographical location. The City is approximately forty-five minutes away the cities of Wilmington, NC and Myrtle Beach, SC. Fishing and hunting thrive, without effort, in nearby areas. The natural environment, proximity to great shopping, and access to major highways make the City of Whiteville a wonderful place to call home.We have established this website to provide you with a variety of information and useful services. Please feel free to explore the website and provide us with any questions or comments you may have.Thank you for visiting our site. I hope you soon make plans to visit our little city in the near future.
Mayor Terry Mann
26 - City Council Meeting - 6:00 p.m.
1 - City Council Meeting - 9:00 a.m. Special Called
Notice of Special Meeting
The City Council of Whiteville will meet at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, June 1, 2015 in Council Chambers at City Hall located at 317 S. Madison Street, Whiteville, NC 28472.
May 20, 2015
The Whiteville Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 715 Davis Avenue early Wednesday morning. The fire was discovered by a Whiteville Patrol Officer while on routine patrol. The City’s Risk Manager and Safety Officer (RMSO), Hal Lowder, determined that this was a set fire. The Whiteville Police and Fire Department, Fire Investigation, and Hal Lowder are investigating the fire at this time. The damage to the structure was confined to the exterior. Early detection by the Whiteville Patrol Officer and rapid response by the Whiteville Fire department kept the fire damage to a minimum. There were no injuries or loss of life.
For further information, contact Hal Lowder.
City of Whiteville
Office of the City Manager
Hal Lowder, RMSO