Siler City

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Siler City

  1. 1. Town of Siler City• Settled - 1750’s by Siler’s from Germany• Incorporated - 1887• Tax Rate = $0.45• Population = 7,877 (Up 13.2%)• Housing Units = 2,890 (Up 14.4%)
  2. 2. Town of Siler City Website
  3. 3. Town Water Supply(Rated Capacity of 4 MGD)
  4. 4. Siler City Municipal Airport(5,000’ paved & lighted runway)
  5. 5. Norfolk Southern Railroad
  6. 6. US 421 & US 64 (4 Lanes toGreensboro, Fayetteville, Raleigh)
  7. 7. Central Carolina Business Campus (County owned Business Park)
  8. 8. UNC Chatham Hospital
  9. 9. Central Carolina CommunityCollege (Siler City Campus)
  10. 10. NC Arts Incubator and 3rd Friday ArtWalk
  11. 11. National Night Out
  12. 12. Downtown Murals
  13. 13. Senior Housing
  14. 14. Local Industry - Agriculture, Food Processing, Concrete,Steel, Furniture, & Warehousing
  15. 15. Town of Siler City Gymnasiums
  16. 16. Town of Siler City Swimming Pool
  17. 17. West Chatham Veterans Memorial
  18. 18. Siler City Country Club
  19. 19. Siler City NC STEP Kickoff 8/27/2010
  20. 20. Siler City NC STEP Leadership Team 264**Number of persons that haveattended at least one Siler City NCSTEP meeting
  21. 21. Siler City NC STEP Facebook Page
  22. 22. Siler City NC STEPCommunity Branding
  23. 23. Siler City NC STEP Strategies• Art• Business Development• Marketing• Retirement
  24. 24. Siler City NC STEP Project List 11/10/2011• Central Park = $15,000• Downtown Façade Program = $15,000• Plugging Money and Energy Leaks = $15,000• Wayfinding Signs = $13,350• Downtown Master Plan = $9,000• Learning and Microfinance Garden = $7,000• Certified Retirement Community = $5,000• Film Festival = $5,000• Rocky River Nature Trail = $4,000• Branding Implementation = $4,000• NCDOT Pedestrian Planning Grant = $3,100

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