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  • TOWN OF ROBBINS
  • 101 N. MIDDLETON ST
  • PO BOX 296
  • ROBBINS, NC 27325
  • Phone: 910-948-2431
  • Fax: 910-948-3981

 

 Meetings and Events

 

 for M /click here      click here /  /  3/833  4/10/2014 - Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting  will be held at the Robbins Fire Rescue Station located at 301 Branson Circle / 7 p.m. / For an agenda click here (See Notice of Public Hearing below)                                             

 4/17/2014 - Board of Commissioners Special Meeting will be held at the Robbins Fire Rescue Station located at 301 Branson Circle / 6 p.m. /For an Agenda Click Here (See Notice of Public Hearing below) Click here for an Agenda  daAgen cliubcc cHeearingeocated at 301 Branson Circle / 7:00 p.m.                                                       will be held at the Fire Rescue Station located at 301 Branson Circle / 7:00 p.m.   will be held at the Fire Rescue Station located at 301 Branson Circle / 7:00 p.m.    

4/26/2014 - Robbins Spring Fest/ 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. / For more information click here / For a Vendor Application click here / For a Down Hill Derby Application click here

4/26/2014 - Bear Creek Race Series - Adventure Bearathlon/ Bear Creek/ For more information click here

 

    

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS

  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF ROBBINS FY 2013 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM - The citizens of the Town of Robbins are hereby informed that the Town is considering applying to the North Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources (NCDENR) Division of Water Infrastructure (DWI) for Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-I) funds. In an effort to involve the citizens of the Town and obtain their comments in the planning of the community development program, the Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 7:00 PM in the Robbins Fire Rescue Station located at 301 Branson Circle, Robbins NC. The purpose of the public hearing is to explain the proposed project the 2013 CDBG Program and to allow the citizens of the Town an opportunity to express their views concerning community development needs and priorities. 

The Town of Robbins does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, age, or political affiliation in the admission, access to, treatment or employment in CDBG program and activities. Persons having any questions concerning the CDBG Program are urged to attend the public hearing and make their views known. Persons with disabilities requiring special accommodations should contact the Town Clerk, Lisa Williams, (910) 948-2431, TDD Relay Service at 711, at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting.

Esta informaciòn està disponible en español o en cualquier otro idioma bajo peticiòn. Por favor, pòngase en contacto con Lisa Williams al 910-948-2431 o en 101 N. Middleton St., Robbins, NC, de alojamiento para esta comunicado.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING - PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO TOWN OF ROBBINS MINIMUM HOUSING CODE - The Town of Robbins Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing to consider proposed amendments to the Town of Robbins Minimum Housing Code. The hearing will be held in the Town of Robbins Fire Rescue Station meeting room located at 301 Branson Circle Robbins, NC on Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. A copy of the proposed amendments is available in the office of the Robbins Town Clerk

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NOTICE OF SECOND PUBLIC HEARING  TOWN OF ROBBINS  FY 2013 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM The citizens of the Town of Robbins are hereby informed that the Town is considering applying to the North Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources (NCDENR) Division of Water Infrastructure (DWI) for Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-I) funds. In an effort to involve the citizens of the Town and obtain their comments in the planning of the community development program, the Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 6:00 PM in the Robbins Fire Rescue Station located at 301 Branson Circle, Robbins NC. The purpose of the public hearing is to explain the proposed project the 2013 CDBG Program and to allow the citizens of the Town an opportunity to express their views concerning community development needs and priorities.  The Town intends to apply for approximately $975,000 (100% CDBG funded with possible Town match) for the Water System Improvements CDBG 2013 Project.

The Town of Robbins does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, age, or political affiliation in the admission, access to, treatment or employment in CDBG program and activities. Persons having any questions concerning the CDBG Program are urged to attend the public hearing and make their views known. Persons with disabilities requiring special accommodations should contact the Town Clerk, Lisa Williams, (910) 948-2431, TDD Relay Service at 711, at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled meeting.

Esta informaciòn està disponible en español o en cualquier otro idioma bajo peticiòn. Por favor, pòngase en contacto con Lisa Williams al 910-948-2431 o en 101 N. Middleton St., Robbins, NC, de alojamiento para esta comunicado.

 

 

Notices

Year 2014 Garbage and Yard Debris Collection Schedule 2014/ Schedule ch 

 

NOTICE OF DISCHARGE OF UNTREATED WASTEWATER -  The Town of Robbins had a discharge of approximately 20,000 gallons of untreated wastewater from a section of our collection system located at the Main Influent on Hwy 705 North.  An unknown amount of this discharge went into Bear Creek.  The discharge which was caused by lightening damage occurred on January 11, 2014 at approximately 2:00 p.m., and lasted for approximately 8 hours. The discharge was caused by an electrical storm which disabled the control panel at the lift station which rendered the plant non-functional.  As a clean-up measure, water was withdrawn from the manhole with a sewer vac truck and transferred to the Waste Water Treatment Plant, lime was applied and the area was confined. Contact Person:  Tommy Gibbons  910-948-3063.  This press release is required by the NC General Statutes, Article 21, Chapter 143.215.C. 

  Annual Drinking Water Quality Report /2012 Report/files/ click here .pdf

Fidelity Marquee - If you would like an event to appear on the Fidelity Board please contact Town Hall at 910.948.2431. The Fidelity Board is limited to 3 lines with approximately 20 characters on each line. Please consider this when making requests. 

Incubator Farm Project Survey - Please take a few minutes and complete the Farm Incubator Project Survey to help us better understand the needs and wants for this project. /Survey

 

 

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Please find below 3 links in which the Town of Robbins was featured on top broadcasting networks.

 

 

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Meet the Marley's, Daniel and LeannaMarley of Hickory Hill Pottery.
You can contact the Marley's by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Their phone number is 910-464-3166.
They are located at 4539
Busbee Road, Seagrove, NC 27341


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About Our Town

Robbins is a rustic town with plenty of authentic character. It's a friendly, down-home place, where people still wave as they pass - even if they don't know you.

Robbins is a great place to do business. A cluster of military based businesses has recently emerged, based on available land, an affordable cost of doing business, quality of life, and an able workforce. Robbins has a great mix of opportunities for industry and retail operations.

Downtown you'll find places that remind you of the way things used to be. Local antique shops, restaurants, and a coffee shop offer places to stop in, slow down, and forget the business of everyday life. You'll find maps there of local pottery shops, historic sites, and places to put in (canoe and kayak launches). Robbins is the only place to get a passport in Moore County and has a line-free DMV too.

So whether it's business or just fun, come back to the way it used to be. Come back to Robbins!

But mostly, Robbins is a town redefining itself. Recently, we’ve become an NC STEP and a Main Street Town. Local citizens have worked hard to organize and bring meaningful change in terms of revitalizing our Town – in terms of improving the quality of life, business development, and job creation.

Robbins also has great natural resources. Bear Creek, Cabin Creek, and Deep River provide great paddling and offer easy access points. We also have scenic hiking trails that are quite different from the surrounding Sandhillsregion – rolling hills, clay soil and beautiful hardwoods. And dark skies make Robbins ideal for deep space star gazing.


Robbins has a history of artisans and potters that goes back more than five generations. The Pottery Highway (route 705 from Robbins to Seagrove) runs right through the middle of town. Over 100 potters turn of their unique brand of art here.

 






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