April 4, 2018, 5:30 PM @ John Robert Kernodle Senior Center
In April, the City will begin implementing a new, strategic approach to code and zoning enforcement. This new approach, the Community Improvement Program, is designed to improve aesthetics and promote safety in neighborhoods around the city, increasing quality of life for residents and encouraging economic development.
The City recently completed 5 neighborhood meetings, one in each of the 5 Community Improvement Program Zones. An additional meeting has been scheduled for 5:30pm on April 4 at the Kernodle Senior Center, located at 1535 South Mebane Street. This meeting is open to anyone in the City, regardless of the Zone in which they live. During the meeting, the staff will explain the new process by which codes will be enforced in the City. Enforcement officers will be present to meet the residents and answer any individual questions they may have about the new program or about concerns they have with code violations in their neighborhood.
April 2, 2018, 7:30 AM - April 6, 2018, 6:00 PM @ Thataways Youth Center
Ages: Elementary & Middle School Students
ABSS schools will be out on Spring Break...so plan for your child to spend a FUN-day week with Burlington Recreation & Parks at Thataways Youth Center! Fundays features hands on activities, active play, and sometimes special guests too! Check out more information including fees and how to lock in your child's spot at www.BurlingtonNC.gov/youth!
April 4, 2018, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Lake Mackintosh Park & Marina at the Clubhouse (temporary indoor archery range)
Burlington Recreation & Parks invites youth to experience basic archery at the Lake Mackintosh Park & Marina’s Clubhouse. Participants will be taken through a lesson promoting safety and archery basics encouraging a focus on performing a proper shot: featuring an introduction to archery, safety on the range, using a string bow, and 11 steps of archery success through the NASP curriculum.
Space is limited; all participants must pre-register and complete a registration form with liability waiver the day of the program. Archery equipment will be provided by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission’s North Carolina Hunter Education Program through an enhancement federal grant from the Pittman-Roberson Act. Participants may bring a water bottle with their name on it and a healthy snack. Please wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes.
April 4, 2018, 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM @ Lake Mackintosh Park & Marina at the Clubhouse (temporary indoor archery range)