Public Hearing Announcements

Other than closed sessions to discuss personnel, legal or property acquisition matters, all Town meetings are open to the public.

Whenever the Town of Lake Lure plans to hold a public hearing, it will be announced by law in the local newspaper. It will also be published here on our Public Hearings Page.

Notice of special public meetings will also be published here and through social media on our Facebook Page.

Unless otherwise stated, all Public Hearings and Special Public Meetings are held in Town Council Chambers of the Lake Lure Town Hall, located at 2948 Memorial Highway.  Map it here

Special Public Meeting April 10th 

A Public Meeting will be held by the Lake Lure Town Council at  4:30 p.m. or thereafter, for the purpose of
receiving comments on the North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund grant
application for 176 Boys Camp Road. A brief presentation will be given by the Town of Lake Lure
staff regarding the project outlined in the PARTF grant application.

The Town of Lake Lure purchased the property in February and has applied for the grant in order to seek reimbursement for up to half of the purchase price of the property. Part of the grant application requirement is a public meeting to receive any comments on the purchase of property at 176 Boys Camp Road and the PARTF grant application.  Learn more about the town's purchase of the property on Boys Camp Road.


March 13th, 2018

The Lake Lure Marine Commission held a  public hearing for the purpose of receiving comments on the adoption of proposed amendments to the Lake Use Regulations.  Those regulations were adopted.

Lake Lure Town Council held a public hearing to consider adoption of a proposed Golf Cart Ordinance. The ordinance was adopted.

Lake Lure Town Council held a second public hearing to consider an ordinance amending Section 92.042 of the Zoning Regulations of the Town of Lake Lure concerning an amendment to the Residential Vacation Rental Ordinance.  That ordinance was also adopted.

Lake Lure Town Council held a third public hearing to discuss the proposed 2018-2023 Capital Improvements Plan. No action was taken. .