109 Washington Ave, Weldon, NC 27890

Do you want to get involved in your community?

We’re looking for Weldon citizens to serve on the following Town of Weldon boards and committees:

  • Weldon Planning Board
  • Weldon Board of Adjustment
  • Recreation Advisory Board
  • Small Town Main Street Committee

If you are interested, please download and complete the attached Citizen Participation Form and send to the Town Clerk.

Administrative business, such as bill payments, inquires, and applications, etc. are conducted at the Town Hall in Weldon from 9:00a.m to 5:00p.m. Monday – Friday.

Phone calls will be accepted until 5:00p.m. on those days for your convenience and payments can still be made in the drop box located on the right hand side of the front door.

The Town of Weldon owns and operates a 1.2 Million Gallons per Day (MGD) Wastewater Treatment Plant. The original wastewater treatment plant was built in 1960. A new 0.6 MGD wastewater treatment plant was built in 1986 and the original plant was demolished. The plant was expanded to its present 1.2 MGD in 1996.

The Town of Weldon owns & operates a 2.0 Million Gallons per Day (MGD) conventional surface water treatment plant. The Town utilizes the Roanoke River as our water source. The original Water Treatment Plant was built in the late 1800’s with the existing building erected in the early to mid 1930’s. The last major upgrade to the plant was in 1980.

Have you ever experienced a sanitary sewer back-up or overflow? Luckily, most sewer back-ups and overflows can be prevented with a progressive maintenance program. All of us can help to prevent them by wisely using the Town of Weldon’s sanitary sewer system. The Town is “recruiting” customer partners who are willing to join our efforts to prevent sewer back-ups and overflows.

Sunday, February 17, 2019

About Us

Visit Historic Weldon, “Rockfish Capital of the World” and discover our rich history of the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad; the Confederate cemetery, the Roanoke Canal Trail and see the amazing Chockoyotte Creek Aqueduct. Walk through Weldon’s National Register Historic District ... Read more