CLICK HERE for details about COVID-19 information and updates.

    CLICK HERE for details about Franklin County Amended Proclamation of a State of Emergency issuing Curfew

    CLICK HERE for Consent to Franklin County State of Emergency issuing Curfew within the Town of Louisburg

    CLICK HERE for Franklin County Planning Projections


    CLICK HERE for Franklin County COVID-19 Emergency Operations Center

    To help ensure residents can remain in their homes and slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Town of Louisburg will not disconnect residential service or assess late fees for at least the next 60 days. Please keep in mind that customers will be responsible for paying for all usage and, if possible, should continue to pay on their accounts to avoid accumulating large balances.  Call Town Hall, 919-496-3406, if you have any questions or concerns.


  • Police Department office closed to public

    The Police Department office/lobby will be closed from March 31, 2020, through the expiration of Governor Cooper’s executive orders limiting non-essential activities due to the coronavirus outbreak.  Please call our main line at (919)496-4175 for all non-emergency needs or 911 for all emergencies.

  • Annual Drinking Water Report

    Annual drinking water report is available by Town of Louisburg.
    Drinking Water Week is May 3-9, 2020. High-Quality Water is “There When You Need It.”
    This report is a snapshot of the water quality in Louisburg.

    Search 2019 Water Report

    American Water Works Association

    Franklin County Press Release: Drinking Water Week

  • Friday Nights on the Tar Concert Canceled

    Friday Nights on the Tar Concert series scheduled for Friday, May 15, 2020 is canceled.
    Check our Town of Louisburg Website for updated information regarding FNOTT Concert for June.
    If you have questions about FNOTT please contact Louisburg Parks and Recreation Director, Colton Young at 919-497-1010.

  • Town of Louisburg – Charming since 1779.

Credit Card Scam Alert

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 even using legitimate names of city employees when they call.

The Town of Louisburg does not call any customer and demand payment by money order or pre-paid card, or require you to pay by any means over the phone! DO NOT provide this information to anyone requesting on behalf of the Town of Louisburg. If you experience such a call and request, please contact the Town of Louisburg immediately as well as the Louisburg Police Department, 919-496-4145 and 919-496-4175 respectively.