The Town was informed on December 5, 2022, by GFL, that bulk item collection will not take place as scheduled for today. The GFL truck is down. GFL will inform Public Works once they have rescheduled the bulk item collection date.

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Our hours of operation until further notice for the lobby area will be from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.

There will be a limit to 3 customers at one time in the lobby – with social distancing.

You will only be able to enter from the rear of the building from the back parking lot doors and exit at the front of the building onto Raiford Street.

We ask that if you are not vaccinated, please wear a mask while you are in the building.

If you need assistance with anything other than customer service (paying bills, setting up new service, etc.) we recommend you make an appointment to ensure the person you wish to see is available.

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Our Mayor, Byron McAllister

Click HERE to view Mayor Byron McAllister’s State of the Region Address brought to you by the Triangle East Chamber of Commerce.

Welcome to Selma.  We’re glad you’re here.  Mayor McAllister’s story.   Read more…

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63.3º F

Average Temperature

147+

Years of History

1500+

Job Opportunities

30

Minutes from Raleigh

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Our History

Selma was officially chartered as a Town on February 11, 1873, but the Town’s true birth took place on May 1, 1867, when there was a public sale of lots around a newly established station on the North Carolina Railroad.  Selma was born as a “Railroad Town,” and our rail heritage is still evident today, with our recently renovated 1924 Union Depot (Selma Union Depot) supporting Amtrak service.

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