Communications and Marketing


The Communications and Marketing Department is responsible for growing and building a strategic communication plan that provides a framework for the organization to enhance two-way communication, improve internal and external relationships, and encourage participation in building and marketing this great city.

Main contact number: 252-399-2311

City Hall
112 Goldsboro St E
Wilson, NC 27893

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Interested in becoming a first-time homebuyer? Attend a free workshop, Steps to Homeownership, beginning at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the City of Wilson’s Operations Center, 1800 Herring Ave.

The workshop is sponsored by the city’s Human Relations Office, the Community Development and Revitalization Office, Wilson Housing Authority and Wilson Community Improvement Association for Fair Housing Month.

Attendees do not need to pre-register. Call 399-2308 for more information. See MoreSee Less

Interested in becoming a first-time homebuyer? Attend a free workshop, Steps to Homeownership, beginning at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the City of Wilsons Operations Center, 1800 Herring Ave.

The workshop is sponsored by the citys Human Relations Office, the Community Development and Revitalization Office, Wilson Housing Authority and Wilson Community Improvement Association for Fair Housing Month. 

Attendees do not need to pre-register. Call 399-2308 for more information.

CSX will be working on railroad crossings in Wilson County for the next two weeks. Most crossings will only be affected for a day or less. Be aware and courteous of the workers who are trying to improve the safety of these areas. See MoreSee Less

City residents can clean up their homes, garages and yards and easily dispose of bulky items this week.

The City of Wilson’s annual Spring Clean-Up Week begins Monday. Through Friday, the city’s environmental services crews will collect:
• Furniture and bulky items (chair, table, sofa, etc.), which are loadable by two people.
• Appliances and other “white goods” (stove, water heater, washer, dryer, etc.)
• Tires
• Junk
• Compost and yard waste (pine straw, leaves, clippings & limbs). Please containerize in bags, sheets, or cans (less than 50 lbs.). Please tie and bundle limbs (4 feet or less). Please identify containers (call 399-2485 for a COMPOST sticker).

Please separate items for Spring Clean-Up Week from normal garbage and recyclable containers. Place items behind the curb, three feet from trees, mailboxes and utility poles, and out of storm drains, gutters and sidewalks.

Residents may rent a trailer for “non-construction” clean-up projects. They may also purchase an additional Roll-Out for $50. Call 399-2485 for more information.

Residents may also drop off waste at the Wilson County Landfill, off N.C. 42 East. Call 291-7335 for directions. See MoreSee Less

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Scottie PittmanHow much are the Compost stickers???

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Marilyn LoganDoes one need to call to arrange pickup of appliances, or will placing it at the street be sufficient?

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Jessica Breenwill the bulky items be picked up on the same day as normal trash pickup?

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