For Your Information:
Animal Control Protection Services - The Town provides this service for all Town Residents through the Guilford County Department of Animall Control. If you have a problem with stray or injured animals, please call GC Animal Control at (336) 641-5990 or the GC Sheriff's Department.
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Cafeteria located in the Town Hall Building is available for small miscellaneous meetings, Family gatherings, Church socials, etc. Please contact the Town Hall Office for more information regarding this facility and rental policy.
NEW TOWN RESIDENTS, BIRTHS or DEATHS:
If you know of someone new moving into the Whitsett area, town resident having a new baby, or the death of someone in this area, please contact the Town Hall Office. Also, if you are selling property or moving out of your house within the Town area, please contact the Town Hall Office so our records can be updated.
PROPERTY TAX (As of 06/2014):
At the June 2014 Town Council meeting, a $.15 per $100.00 valuation property tax was approved for property owners in Whitsett. The tax is listed on and collected via the Guilford County tax billing system.
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>Curbside Garbage Collection (updated 12/01/2014):
The Town Council has voted to execute a 5 year contract with Republic Services for automated pickup of regular household trash. For this service, Republic will provide each household within town limits a 96-gallon roll-out cart. Automated collection using the new cart will continue to be every (2/6/2018, changed to Tuesday). Holiday weeks, services may run 1 day behind due to the Holiday.
The quantity of regular household garbage (or solid waste) shall not exceed 96 gallons per household per week. Republic Services is not responsible for gathering trash from bags that been tampered with by animals or otherwise.
Click to view Curbside Rules for solid-waste roll-out carts,
Please place the roll-out cart at the roadside curb by 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday morning. If you exceed the 96 gallon limit, it is considered bulk trash; and residents may contact Republic Services directly at 336-299-0815 to arrange for a special pickup at a nominal charge.
>Curbside Recycling for Town of Whitsett Residents(Updated 12/01/2014)
The Town Council has voted to execute a 5 year contract with Republic Services for single-stream curbside recycling pickup. For this service, Republic will provide each household within town limits a 96-gallon roll-out green lid cart for recycling. Automated curbside recycling collection using the new green-topped cart will be every other (starting 02/05/2018 Tuesday).
Click to view Curbside Cart Rules, Recycling Guidlines, Whitsett Recycling Letter, and Recycling Calendar
Please place the roll-out cart at the roadside curb by 6:00 a.m. on recycling Tuesday mornings. If you exceed the 96 gallon limit, residents may contact Republic Services directly at 336-299-0815 to arrange for a special pickup at a nominal charge.
>NC E-Waste Ban Effective 07/01/2011
Legislators in Raleigh made the recovery and recycling of electronics a priority in North Carolina. Beginning July 1, 2011, computer equipment and televisions are banned from disposal in landfills. Drop-off sites are available for Guilford County residents.
Click to view Guilford County Interactive Waste Disposal Guide, NC E-Waste Ban Flyer and E-Waste Material Accepted
>Take unwanted paint, oil, and batteries, or electronics (computers, monitors) to:
2750 Patterson Avenue, Greensboro, NC
Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
*This is a drive through recycling service for Guilford County residents.
>You may take unwanted appliances and scrap tires to:
Scrap Tire/White Goods Collection Facility
2138 Bishop Rd.
Greensboro, NC 27406
Monday - Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.
Guilford County staff will dispose of your old appliance at no charge.
Disposal of 5 tires a year free.
WATER SYSTEM INFO 01/25/2015:
The town of Whitsett issued its first ever monthly water bills for the 35 homes in phase I on Wednesday, October 3, 2012. Before August 2012, most of the town used well-water. After a contamination scare due to a leaking underground gasoline tank, the town decided it needed to investigate getting the public a community water system.
It took seven years, a 24-inch pipeline, and a $750,000 community block grant, but 35 homes in Whitsett now have public water. Whitsett plans to hook up the rest of the town as soon as it can get the money to expand the public water system.
For water system and billing questions, contact the Town Clerk, phone 336 449-3380
Click to view Chronology of Water Grant, Engineer Timeline, and Amended Engineer Timeline