My Recycling/Garbage Schedule

My Recycling/Garbage Schedule

Search for Available Services by Residential Address

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Schiele Museum

Schiele Museum

The natural wonders of North America and North Carolina coupled with the rich history of our region are…

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Crowders Mountain

Crowders Mountain

Raptors soar gracefully in the wind; vegetation reaches to the sky; sheer vertical cliffs drop 150 feet. Enjoy…

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Gastonia July 4th Festival

Gastonia July 4th Festival

The City of Gastonia will celebrate Tuesday, July 4 with a festival downtown & fireworks at dusk.

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Fuse Presentation

Fuse Presentation

The proposed Franklin Urban Sports & Entertainment objectives include the; redevelopment of the Franklin Urban Corridor to promote…

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Faces of Planning

Faces of Planning

Click on a title to learn about individuals that have made contributions to the Planning arena. Black History…

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Gastonia Conference Center

Gastonia Conference Center

The center is a symbol; a sign of the people of Gastonia, North Carolina on the move toward…

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Online Utility Customer Service

Online Utility Customer Service

The City of Gastonia is now offering Online Customer Self Service for Utility customers. Once your account is…

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City History

City History

The City of Gastonia was incorporated in 1877, the year reconstruction ended. The impetus for the early development…

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Downtown Gastonia Summer Concerts

Downtown Gastonia Summer Concerts

The Downtown Gastonia Summer Concert Series will be held on Thursday nights this year, beginning at 7:00 p.m.…

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Rankin Lake Park

Rankin Lake Park

Rankin Lake has been a community landmark for the citizens of Gastonia and Gaston County since its construction…

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Downtown Arts and Antiques

Downtown Arts and Antiques

Two of life’s most enjoyable pursuits – arts & antiques – have found the perfect home in the…

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Gastonia Conference Center

Gastonia Conference Center

The center is a symbol; a sign of the people of Gastonia, North Carolina on the move toward civic, economic,…

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Downtown Gastonia Summer Concerts

Downtown Gastonia Summer Concerts

The Downtown Gastonia Summer Concert Series will be held on Thursday nights this year, beginning at 7:00 p.m. There will…

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Online Utility Customer Service

Online Utility Customer Service

The City of Gastonia is now offering Online Customer Self Service for Utility customers. Once your account is registered, you…

Read more...
Rankin Lake Park

Rankin Lake Park

Rankin Lake has been a community landmark for the citizens of Gastonia and Gaston County since its construction in 1922…

Read more...
Downtown Arts and Antiques

Downtown Arts and Antiques

Two of life’s most enjoyable pursuits – arts & antiques – have found the perfect home in the Downtown Gastonia…

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My Recycling/Garbage Schedule

My Recycling/Garbage Schedule

Search for Available Services by Residential Address

Read more...
Schiele Museum

Schiele Museum

The natural wonders of North America and North Carolina coupled with the rich history of our region are all reflected…

Read more...
Faces of Planning

Faces of Planning

Click on a title to learn about individuals that have made contributions to the Planning arena. Black History Month Women's…

Read more...
Crowders Mountain

Crowders Mountain

Raptors soar gracefully in the wind; vegetation reaches to the sky; sheer vertical cliffs drop 150 feet. Enjoy the spectacle…

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Fuse Presentation

Fuse Presentation

The proposed Franklin Urban Sports & Entertainment objectives include the; redevelopment of the Franklin Urban Corridor to promote economic development…

Read more...
City History

City History

The City of Gastonia was incorporated in 1877, the year reconstruction ended. The impetus for the early development of  Gastonia,…

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Gastonia July 4th Festival

Gastonia July 4th Festival

The City of Gastonia will celebrate Tuesday, July 4 with a festival downtown & fireworks at dusk.

Read more...

Solid Waste Holiday Schedule

Friday, April 14 - Good Friday Holiday
No Solid Waste Services will be provided
Monday, April 17
The following will be collected:
Friday Garbage rollout customers
Friday Green Recycling customers
Monday Garbage rollout cart customers
Monday Orange Recycling customers

Yard Waste and household trash will not be collected on Friday or Monday.

For more information, please contact the Solid Waste Division (704) 866-6774

 

 


27Apr
Thu Apr 27 @ 9:00AM - 11:00AM
Board of Adjustment Meeting
27Apr
Thu Apr 27 @ 6:00PM - 08:00PM
Historic District Commission Meeting
02May
Tue May 02 @ 6:00PM - 08:00PM
City Council
04May
Thu May 04 @ 5:30PM - 07:30PM
Gastonia Planning Commission
16May
Tue May 16 @ 6:00PM - 08:00PM
City Council
24Apr
Chair Volleyball
Mon Apr 24 @10:00AM - 11:00AM
24Apr
Aces High Card Group
Mon Apr 24 @ 1:30PM - 02:30PM
24Apr
Beginning Line Dance
Mon Apr 24 @ 6:45PM - 07:45PM
24Apr
Intermediate Line Dance
Mon Apr 24 @ 8:00PM - 09:00PM
25Apr
Cardio Dance
Tue Apr 25 @ 8:30AM - 09:30AM
25Apr
Zumba Gold
Tue Apr 25 @10:30AM - 11:30AM
25Apr
Beginning Pickleball
Tue Apr 25 @11:45AM - 02:00PM
25Apr
Hatha Yoga
Tue Apr 25 @ 5:00PM - 06:00PM
25Apr
Cardio Dance
Tue Apr 25 @ 6:00PM - 07:00PM

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Event Permits

 
The City of Gastonia administers permitting for several different types of special events:
 
Block Party:  A gathering which requires the closure of a street.

Parade:  A march or procession which interferes with pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.

Athletic Events:  An occasion when a group of participants collectively engage in a sport or other forms of physical exercise, which interferes and/or obstructs pedestrian or vehicular traffic. This includes bicycle and foot races.

Other Special Events:  Street fair, arts and crafts show, soapbox derby, rally or other events, which interfere with pedestrian or vehicular traffic.

Carnivals, Circuses & Rodeos: Larger events, including but not limited to, carnivals, circuses and rodeos may only be approved by City Council following a public hearing to determine that the event will be safe and not have a negative impact on adjoining properties.

 
Event and related permits can be obtained in the Garland Business Center located at 150 South York Street, Gastonia, NC 28052. For more information and applications for event permits, please see the Quick Links section to the right.
 
Contact Information:
Customer Service
Garland Municipal Business Center
150 S. York Street, Gastonia, NC 28052
PO Box 1748, Gastonia, NC 28053-1748
704-866-6022 (office)
704-854-6654 (fax)
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