During the budget meeting held in June, the Morganton City Council approved a cable television rate increase effective January 1, 2015. The rate increase will cover continued increases in programming costs that CoMPAS must pay to various broadcasters to carry channels. Read more: CoMPAS rates increasing in January
The City of Morganton 2014 Consumer Confidence Report is available online. The report summarizes the quality of the water provided by the City in 2014. It includes details about the City's water source, what the water contains, and how it compares to standards set by the State of North Carolina. The City of Morganton vigilantly monitors and safeguards its water supplies.
"We are pleased to report that City of Morganton tap water met all Federal and State drinking water health standards, said Jason Green, Water Treatment Plant Superintendent.
For more information about the report or City water quality, call Green at (828) 584-1460.
View past reports at www.ci.morganton.nc.us/waterreports.
More than 50 people showed up to the Collett Street Recreation Center Thursday night to learn about plans for additions to the Catawba River Soccer Complex and give their input.
The City of Morganton Parks and Recreation Department hopes to add two more regulation fields to the complex, additional parking, more greenway trail, a championship croquet course, and a 1.4 acre expansion to the dog park. The new fields could host regulation soccer, football, and ruby games,Read more...
The Morganton City Council approved making upgrades to the Morganton Community House infrastructure and kitchen Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 20, 2015, taking the first steps in a public/private renovation project to overhaul the facility to meet the needs and expectations of today's guests.Read more...