• ***Public Notice:

    ***Utility Bills were mailed on Thursday, April 1, 2021. If you have not received your Utility Bill please contact the Louisburg Post Office 919-496-1084 or call the IVR: 888-633-9408 for Utility Bill Balances.

    ***Town Hall is Open to the public, which includes our Utility Billing & Customer Service Department 919-496-3406, Please wear a face covering.

    ***Town Council Meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 17, 2021 at 7:30pm Agenda

    ***Resident Walkers/Runners: Town of Louisburg Police Department suggest wearing bright colors or reflective gear if you are walking or running in Town before sunrise or after sunset.

    ***Garbage and Trash Pick Up Schedule has been revised as of March 15, 2021: Trash will be collected at each residence once per week on Wednesday. Household garbage will be picked up on Monday and Thursday. Your garbage must be in cans with lids and will be picked up in your back yard.

     

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Government

The Town of Louisburg is governed by the Louisburg Town Council who appoints a Town Administrator to manage the daily operations of the town. Municipalities in NC are creatures of the State, meaning that municipalities (towns, cities, villages, hamlets, etc.) are created only by a Charter enacted by the NC General Assembly. All powers and authorities executed by a municipality in North Carolina are granted by the NC General Assembly.

The Town Council appoints various Advisory Boards and Administrative Boards to assist in the execution of policy decisions of the Council and to comply with NC law which requires the appointment of certain Boards. These include:

  • Louisburg Planning Board
  • Louisburg Board of Adjustment
  • Louisburg Historic Preservation Commission

North Carolina is well known in the United States for its professional local government management. Towns and cities in NC have enjoyed beneficial financial status as a result of the oversight of the NC Local Government Commission. Multiple state and federal agencies work closely with all municipalities in NC to assure that citizens are afforded the same opportunities in small towns that are often entitlements to larger communities.