Town Projects and Road Closures 

Major Project Update – Town of Winterville: First – we heard you regarding the status of our roads! Contractor to pour the curb on Bayberry Lane on Monday, August 13, 2018 and open Bayberry back up to through traffic on Wednesday, August 15,... read more

Town Calendar

Movie in the Park - Beauty & the Beast
332 Sylvania Street
Winterville Recreation Park Amphitheater
Friday, September 7, 2018
8:00 PM10:00 PM
Town Council Regular Meeting
2571 Railroad Street, Winterville, NC 28590
Winterville Town Hall Assembly Room
Monday, September 10, 2018
7:00 PM8:30 PM
Planning & Zoning Board Meeting
2571 Railroad Street, Winterville, NC 28590
Town Hall Assembly Room
Monday, September 17, 2018
7:00 PM8:00 PM
Board Of Adjustment
Town Hall Assembly Room
2571 Railroad Street Winterville, NC 28590
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
7:00 PM8:00 PM
Concert in the Park - Jupiter Jones
332 Sylvania Street
Winterville Recreation Park Amphitheater
Friday, September 21, 2018
7:00 PM10:00 PM
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Town of Winterville Updates:

Town of Winterville Temporary Conversion to Chlorine

Beginning Wednesday, June 20, and continuing until Tuesday, July 31, the Town of Winterville will temporarily change the disinfectant used in the water treatment process. The Town will be using chlorine rather than chloramines during this period of time.

Since August 2012, Winterville has used chloramines, a mixture of chlorine and ammonia, as the disinfectant in its water treatment process.  Chloramines are an effective disinfectant and also reduce the level of byproducts that are regulated by the US Environmental Protection Agency.  State drinking water guidelines recommend that water systems using chloramines periodically switch back to free chlorine (chlorine alone) for a period of time.  This brief, scheduled change in disinfectant is a standard water treatment practice to keep water mains clean and free of potentially harmful bacteria throughout the year. 

During the temporary switch to free chlorine, customers may notice a slight change in the taste or smell of their tap water. The mild chlorine taste and smell is normal and poses no health risk. Most customers will not need to take any precautions as the water remains safe to drink and is treated according to both state and federal standards. People and businesses that normally take special precautions to remove chloramines from tap water, such as dialysis centers, medical facilities and aquatic pet owners, should continue to take the same precautions during the temporary switch from chloramines to free chlorine.

For additional information, please go contact Travis Welborn at (252) 215-2428.