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Request for Proposals and Qualifications

By , Feb 20, 2024
Filed Under Bids

The Town of Jamestown is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide comprehensive planning, engineering and development of bid documents and specifications for the construction of .52 miles of sidewalk to be located at East Main Street from Vickery Chapel Road to Millis Road. The Request for Proposals and Qualifications can be downloaded here:  


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Garbage and Recycling Delays

By , Dec 20, 2023
Filed Under 2023

Town Hall will be closed on Monday - Wednesday December 25th-27th for the Christmas Holiday. Trash and recycle will be picked up Thursday and Friday December 28th and 29th.

  • If your normal day for trash and recycle is on Tuesday, it will now be Thursday 12/28 
  • If your normal day for trash and recycle is on Wednesday, it will now be Friday 12/29.

During this time payments may be made online, by phone, the drop box at the Guilford Rd entrance, or drop slots at both front and back doors of Town Hall. We wish all of our residents a safe and Happy Holiday!

Town Accepting Bids for Stormwater Pond Repairs

By , Aug 28, 2023
Filed Under Bids

The Town of Jamestown is accepting bids from qualified bidders for repairs to a stormwater detention pond at Jamestown Park Golf Course.  Contract documents may be found here:  Plans may be found here:  If you have questions about this project, please call Paul Blanchard, Public Services Director, at 336-454-1138.


Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Map Public Open House Meeting

By , Jul 18, 2023
Filed Under 2023

A Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Map Public Open House Meeting will be held for Guilford County

The open house will be held on 25 July 2023, 5:30-7:30 pm in the NC Cooperative Extension – Guilford County Center located at 3309 Burlington Road, Greensboro. This meeting will provide an opportunity for citizens and other stakeholders to see the results of the revised studies and new flood hazard areas, ask questions about the revised studies and National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), and understand the requirements for submitting appeals or comments to the revised studies. County and municipal employees will be on hand to help residents locate their properties from the flood hazard data and determine their level of flood risk. Representatives from the North Carolina Floodplain Mapping Program (NCFMP) will be available to answer questions about the hazard data update process, flood insurance coverage and floodplain management. Preliminary flood hazard data was issued for portions of Guilford County on October 28, 2022.


View Preliminary and currently effective flood maps:


Find additional information and local contacts: or Milton Carpenter, NCFMP Outreach Planner, 919-825-2302

Paving to Begin in Jamestown

By , May 18, 2023
Filed Under 2023


Road resurfacing work will begin on Friday, May 19. Work will commence in Jamestown Oaks, and then proceed to Forestdale Subdivision (Ragsdale Road and Mendenhall Road area); Stafford Oaks Subdivision; Judges Court (patching); Byrnwood/Arlington intersection (patching); and Whittington Hall Subdivision (Winrow Drive, Pearce Drive, Kory Place, and Amy Court area).

Work will generally begin with milling equipment removing old asphalt on the edges of the roads; patching areas; followed by adjusting manholes and water valves; and paving. The project should take about two weeks to complete. Please do not park vehicles on the street in the work areas during the project. Staff and the contractor will reach out to properties that have vehicles in the way of construction.

Town of Jamestown Accepting Bids for Street Resurfacing

By , Mar 20, 2023
Filed Under Bids

The Town of Jamestown is currently accepting bids from qualified bidders for street pavement resurfacing.  Contract documents may be found here.  A PARTIAL set of plans may be found here.  For a full set of plans, please get in touch with Paul Blanchard, Public Services Director,  at 336-454-1138 or  Bids will be publicly opened on April 17th at 10 AM in the Civic Center at Town Hall (301 E. Main St.).

Town Responds to Claims of Contaminated Water

By , Mar 08, 2023
Filed Under 2023

The Town has recently learned that a local blogger has written an opinion piece about a number of issues; the main one being that the Town's water is contaminated. The opinion blog was sent to local residents and social media outlets via 'IssueWire', which is a paid press release website.

The Town takes claims about contaminants in the water supply very seriously and we want to be sure that accurate information is available to citizens. The Town has issued its own press release statement (available here).

This information has been shared with our partner agencies and we are all committed to providing a safe and reliable source of drinking water for all of our communities. The Town urges anyone with questions to please contact Town Hall at 336-454-1138.

Loose Leaf Collection 2022-2023

By , Oct 13, 2022
Filed Under 2022

The Town will begin loose leaf collection on October 24th, 2022 and will continue until February 24th, 2023. Leaves must be raked to the curb and be free of debris. Click here to read the full notice.

Update on Proposed DR Horton Development

By , Sep 21, 2022
Filed Under 2022

Information on the Proposed DR Horton Development (Case #2021-02) can be found on the Planning/Zoning Department Page of the Town's website. This page will continue to be updated as new versions of the Draft Development Agreement become available.

Draft Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Available for Review

By , Aug 12, 2022
Filed Under 2022

The Draft Jamestown Comprehensive Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan is now available for review and comment by the public! This is an exciting step in the planning process and we continue to want to your feedback on all aspects of the Plan. The draft will be open for comment until Friday, August 26th visit the Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Site below for access. Following the comment period, the project team will review all feedback and make revisions before submitting to NCDOT for formal review. We anticipate bringing the final Plan to Town Council in November to be considered for adoption.