Our rural roots are
deep...We believe there's no better place to grow!
Citizens voted to incorporate in 1997 to preserve this
Pleasant Garden is
a community of people working together and serving one
another creating a lasting quality of life for everyone.
Located within our 15
square-mile town limits are quiet residential
neighborhoods, family farms and related agribusinesses,
locally owned small businesses, varied industries,
schools, churches, healthcare facilities, fire
protection and recreation facilities.
We are a town of volunteers. Each of these programs is operated through the selfless commitment of volunteers.
Town Hall news and
town-sponsored events are regularly posted. Community
and regional websites are linked for your convenience.
We hope that residents and visitors alike will find this
information helpful and informative.
Your comments and
suggestions are welcomed.
for visiting Pleasant
Garden, North Carolina!
Pleasant Garden PARTF Grant
The Town of Pleasant Garden has been awarded a 2016 Parks and
Recreation Trust Fund (PARTF) grant for Volunteer Park in the
amount of $234,387. The town must provide an equal funding
match to these state funds. New recreation projects and upgrades
to existing facilities must be completed within three years.
Projects and Descriptions
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September 2017 Meetings *
All meetings/events are held at Town Hall
unless otherwise noted.
September 5 at 7:00PM
September 18 at 7:00PM
Long-Range Planning Board
September 19 at 7:00PM
September 26 at 7:00PM
Bridge Work to Close East Steeple Chase Road in
PLEASANT GARDEN –N.C.
Department of Transportation crews will soon begin
work adding 15 support beams under the East Steeple
Chase Road bridge that crosses Polecat Creek in
The work will require a two-week closure of that
portion of road starting at 9 a.m. Monday, Sept. 25,
and reopening on Friday, Oct. 6.
Local traffic will still be able to access locations
on either side of the bridge up to the point of
Motorists will be able to use Randleman Road, East
Sheraton Park Road and Davis Mill Road to
detour around the closure.
motorists to watch signs for construction
information, stay alert and obey the posted speed
For real-time travel information, visit DriveNC.gov or follow
NCDOT on Twitter.