Town Hall and other indoor facilities will be closed Friday, April 19 in observance of Good Friday, but regular solid waste collection will occur as usual. On Monday, crews will resume the special spring trash/yard waste pickup. We still need to complete yard waste collection in areas south of Poole Drive but north of Timber (portions of gold and green routes). Crews also need to pick up mattresses, electronics, TVs and tires in various parts of town. For more information about any waste collection matters, please contact Public Works at (919) 772-7600 Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (closed Friday, April 19).

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Located in a region consistently ranked among America’s best places to live, work, raise a family and earn a quality education, Garner is a suburban community that truly offers something for everyone. In addition to being known for its hometown character, historic downtown area, top-rated schools and quiet neighborhoods, Garner also offers an excellent climate for new, relocating or expanding businesses.

Garner leaders have worked hard to maintain our hometown charm while experiencing steady economic growth. The Garner Town Council has adopted a comprehensive growth plan that provides strategies for efficient planning and management as Garner prepares for its future.

With an excellent quality of life, a highly skilled workforce and access to the state’s best academic institutions, Garner is the best place to do business in the heart of North Carolina.

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