Updates

Independence Day in Cooleemee

Independence Day in Cooleemee

 Cooleemee’s July 4th parade was celebrated Monday, July 5th, 2021.   The sidewalk was filled with spectators filled with anticipation for candy to fill pockets of loved ones.   Floats were filled with children, adults and golf carts toted families...

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Town Hall – July Hours

Town Hall – July Hours

The Town Hall will be closed July 15 – 25, 2021 for vacation and will re-open July 26. Please note that the July 19, 2021 meeting has been cancelled. The next meeting date is August 16, 2021....

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Budget Hearing June 21, 2021

The Town of Cooleemee’s proposed 2021-2022 Fiscal Year Budget was presented to the Cooleemee Town Board on May 17, 2021.  The proposed budget is balanced at $ 469,817.00. The proposed budget includes a property tax rate of .42 cents per $ 100.00 if property...

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Cooleemee Lawn Mower Parade

The Town of Cooleemee’s 4th of July Celebration will be Monday, July 5, 2021, at 10 a.m. The festivities will include hot dogs and drinks sold by the Women’s VFW, FREE watermelon, and ice pops, and a Slip-and-Slide for all ages to enjoy. The parade will...

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Zachary House Improvements

 Growing up in Cooleemee was like living in a gated community without the fence surrounding the entire three-mile radius of the town.  Erwin Mills took good care of us.  They built us a pool, a movie theater; we had a doctor, dentist, drugstore, Barbour shop, gasoline...

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Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt

Take a look at what is happening in Cooleemee! The annual Easter Egg Hunt is scheduled for March 27 starting at 10 a.m. at Zachary House – come out to celebrate spring!

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Cooleemee Christmas Caravan

Cooleemee Christmas Caravan

Parade Alternative The Town of Cooleemee is planning a Christmas Caravan. This will involve our Town Board, Police and Fire departments as well as Santa! The Cooleemee Christmas Caravan will be Wednesday, December 23 at 4:00 p.m. and you do not even have to leave your...

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Cooleemee Christmas Parade

Join us for the Cooleemee Christmas Parade on November 28, 2020. The parade will begin at 4:00 p.m. and will start at the Cooleemee Elementary School. Download, view, or print the parade information: CHRISTMAS-PARADE...

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2020- 2021 Leaf Clean Up

Leaf Clean up will be Each Tuesday November 3, 10, 17 and 24 December 1, 8, 22, 29 No Leaf Pick-up: December 15 January 5, 19 January 12, 2021 Christmas Tree Pick-up ONLY January 19, 2021 – Final Leaf...

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Town Hall Now Located at Zachary House

Town Hall Moves to Zachary House By Mike Barnhardt via the Davie Enterprise-Record COOLEEMEE – The town owns the Zachary House. The Mocksville/Cooleemee ABC board owns the town hall building here. Town Clerk Steven Corriher is remodeling the old rec room into the new...

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Don’t Miss the Census Awareness Caravan!

Don’t Miss the Census Awareness Caravan!

Who doesn’t love a parade? On Monday, August 24th, beginning at 6 p.m., a caravan of fire trucks, police cars, emergency services vehicles, along with a few ATVs or golf carts will proceed up and down every street in Cooleemee encouraging residents to take part in the...

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RiverPark Duck Race Postponed

RiverPark Duck Race Postponed

Following the Executive Order for the extension of Phase 2 and additional measures, RiverPark is postponing its annual Duck Race fundraising event until further notice.  Watch our Cooleemee Facebook page for updates or follow RiverPark at Cooleemee Falls on...

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Patriotic Parade Will Be Postponed

Patriotic Parade Will Be Postponed

The annual Cooleemee Lawn Mower Parade will be postponed but alternative dates for this celebration of American Independence and patriotism are being discussed. Book mark this website and follow us on social media so you don’t miss...

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Wooden Sculptures Put Cooleemee On The Map

Jeff Hursey runs a successful heating and air conditioning business in Davie County and those who know him would say he is a soft-spoken guy.  I’ve never known Hursey to cause a ruckus about anything but his name has been spread all over the country and everyone...

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Cooleemee Teachers Parade

These beautiful teachers took time to gather at Cooleemee School and then travel by car throughout the Cooleemee School district to hold signs, wave, honk horns and shout so their students know they have been missed and they love them.  Loved & Missed The long...

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