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Franklin County Historic Homes Tour

Franklin County has some of the most beautiful historic homes you will ever see, right here in the heart of Louisburg. Come out and join the Tour April 22nd & April 23rd and witness the beautiful architectural design and landscaping work that was set by our forefathers and this great town. Check out some of the best antique cars on Saturday April…

New Website is Live!

The Town of Louisburg has done a “soft” launch of the new website. Town Staff will take the next couple of weeks to find and fix any glitches. If you find any issues on your own, please let us know.

Mural Celebrates Louisburg History

Story by Anna Laurel LOUISBURG, NC (WTVD) — Student Julius Shumpert and his Louisburg College Art Teacher, Will Hinton, created this 12′ X 16′ mural on the side of a building in downtown Louisburg. It started with a Minority Artist Grant through the Louisburg Historical District Commission with the help of Louisburg College’s president. They…

Fire Safety Tips

Plan Ahead — Stay Alive! Install and Maintain Heat and Smoke Detectors These early warning devices help ensure a safe escape. Test smoke detectors every week and replace batteries at least twice a year. If the smoke detector sounds or the heat detector rings, get out fast and stay out. Draw an Escape Plan of…

Wastewater Treatment Process

Ever wonder how your wastewater is treated? In the early 1990’s the Town of Louisburg was struggling to comply with newly adopted State and Federal Regulations regarding the treatment of wastewater. The plant and system that had served Louisburg throughout the early 1900’s had become insufficient to meet the demands of the EPA and sound…

Tar-Pamlico River Basin Information

The Tar River is the location where both raw water is removed for treatment and citizen consumption, as well as the location where treated wastewater is returned. This treated water mixes and flows with the Tar downstream, through other municipal water systems, and eventually discharges into the Pamlico River and Sound. The wastewater which is…

Help reduce “FOG” in the sewer system!

The Town of Louisburg and all entities in the United States are restricted from introducing certain contaminants into the nations water sources. Certain contaminants not only result in environmental disasters, but may also tremendously affect the operation of the Town’s sanitary sewer collection system. Such impacts lead to the expenditure of millions of dollars for…

PUBLIC NOTICE: Regarding Water and Sewer Line Protection Programs/Solicitations

Residents in the Town of Louisburg service area have recently received letters encouraging the purchase of utility protection coverage for water and sewer lines on their property. These mailings are worded in such a way to imply collaboration between the company and the Town of Louisburg and/or other local municipalities. Town of Louisburg officials advise…

PUBLIC NOTICE: Beware of Electric Utility Credit Card SCAM!

We are hearing reports from across the state that scammers are contacting public power customers, threatening service disconnection unless immediate payment is received. The scammers are using the recent winter storms in the latest twist, offering customers the option to pay bills over the phone rather than venturing out in the cold. Some scammers are…

Having a Fundraising Event?

Certified non-profits may conduct fundraising activities in Louisburg after acquiring a Temporary Zoning Permit. During the Spring and Fall the town of Louisburg is inundated with requests to set up food sales, car washes, flea markets, and other fundraising activities by hundreds of non-profit organizations both in and out of the County. In order to…