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.

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These ladies keep Wilson on the move. Wilson’s Transportation division, headed by Gronna Jones (far right), includes the Wilson Transit System. City buses make 106 daily trips, plus 19 on Saturdays. In total, our drivers cover more than 15,000 miles per month.

The Transportation division also includes the Wilson Industrial Air Center, plus Ms. Jones oversees permitting for taxis and private limo services.

We salute our Transportation division this week as part of National Public Works Week and thank these employees for all they do to keep our city a great place to live and work. See MoreSee Less

These ladies keep Wilson on the move. Wilsons Transportation division, headed by Gronna Jones (far right), includes the Wilson Transit System. City buses make 106 daily trips, plus 19 on Saturdays. In total, our drivers cover more than 15,000 miles per month.

The Transportation division also includes the Wilson Industrial Air Center, plus Ms. Jones oversees permitting for taxis and private limo services.

We salute our Transportation division this week as part of National Public Works Week and thank these employees for all they do to keep our city a great place to live and work.

During National Public Works Week, we are recognizing city employees who keep the city running as well as it does. The Traffic Division is responsible for creating and maintaining signs on city streets, parking lots and properties, literally thousands of signs that are replaced as they are damaged, stolen or worn out.

This group also maintains parking meters, paints stripes on roads and parking lots, and helps with traffic control. Sometimes they help trim trees and bushes that interfere with motorists.

As supervisor Jim Dilda (left) says, "We try to do whatever we can to make Wilson look good."

Thank you for your work, Traffic employees! See MoreSee Less

During National Public Works Week, we are recognizing city employees who keep the city running as well as it does. The Traffic Division is responsible for creating and maintaining signs on city streets, parking lots and properties, literally thousands of signs that are replaced as they are damaged, stolen or worn out.

This group also maintains parking meters, paints stripes on roads and parking lots, and helps with traffic control. Sometimes they help trim trees and bushes that interfere with motorists.

As supervisor Jim Dilda (left) says, We try to do whatever we can to make Wilson look good.

Thank you for your work, Traffic employees!

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Denise LammThanks for your service to make our city a better place to live

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This week we are celebrating Public Works Week, highlighting the public works employees who keep the city running smoothly. Public works departments include environmental services, transportation, fleet maintenance, streets, engineering and traffic.

Throughout the week we will highlight these departments and the employees who serve Wilson so well. Public Works employees were recognized at last week’s City Council meeting. Mayor Rose presented a proclamation declaring this week as Public Works Week in Wilson. See MoreSee Less

This week we are celebrating Public Works Week, highlighting the public works employees who keep the city running smoothly. Public works departments include environmental services, transportation, fleet maintenance, streets, engineering and traffic. 

Throughout the week we will highlight these departments and the employees who serve Wilson so well. Public Works employees were recognized at last weeks City Council meeting. Mayor Rose presented a proclamation declaring this week as Public Works Week in Wilson.

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Art HillWilson (we) have some of the best in the nation. Congratulations Wilson Public Works employees!!!

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