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In light of the dry weather conditions and the increased risk of fires, the NC Forestry Service has instituted an open burn ban and has canceled all burn permits.

Additionally, the Union County Fire Marshal has extended the ban to prohibit burning within 100 feet of an occupied dwelling.



The Village of Marvin will be holding its annual Santa Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, December 11. The parade will be held from 3pm-4pm and will end at Marvin Efird Park.

The Tree Lighting Ceremony will take place from 4pm-5:30pm at Marvin Efird Park and will feature music,...



Coffee with Council will be held next December 2 from 10-11am at Village Hall (10004 New Town Rd). Please come out, meet two members of the Village Council, and talk about local issues that matter to you! All attending are asked to be respectful of everyone in attendance.

Please note that...



Mayor Pollino recently called for a special meeting of the Village Council to be held Monday, November 29 at 5:30pm at Village Hall (10004 New Town Road) and virtually on Webex. This meeting is to inform public on the latest developments and news of the New Town/Marvin Road Roundabout. NCDOT has been...



We at the Village of Marvin wish all a Happy Thanksgiving. Council and Staff are so grateful to serve residents who care about their community so much. Village Hall will be closed Thursday, November 25, and Friday, November 26 in observance of Thanksgiving.



Coffee with Council will be held tonight, Tuesday, November 23 from 6-7pm at Village Hall (10004 New Town Rd). Please come out, meet two members of the Village Council, and talk about local issues that matter to you! All attending are asked to be respectful of everyone in attendance.



Save the date! The Village of Marvin will be holding its annual Santa Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony on Saturday, December 11. The parade will be held from 3pm-4pm and will end at Marvin Efird Park.

The Tree Lighting Ceremony will take place from 4pm-5:30pm at Marvin Efird Park and will...





At their regular meeting on November 9, the Village Council approved a proclamation to honor the life of Mr. Ray Williams, who recently passed away. Mayor Pollino presented a signed copy of the proclamation to Ray's wife Terry Williams. Mr. Williams was an active member of Marvin's equestrian...



Toys for Tots is set up in Village Hall (10004 New Town Road) and is accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys through December 15. Please donate and help "bring the joy of Christmas to needy children!"



Coffee with Council will be held next Tuesday, November 23 from 6-7pm at Village Hall (10004 New Town Rd). Please come out, meet two members of the Village Council, and talk about local issues that matter to you! All attending are asked to be respectful of everyone in attendance.



WUMA or The Western Union Municipal Alliance was formed in 2020 to study, investigate, advocate for, and promote regional issues affecting towns in the Western Union County area, including land use planning, transportation, economic development, etc. Currently the alliance includes delegates from...



Please note that the Planning Board has changed their meeting times from 6:30pm to 6pm.



The Village of Marvin wishes all a Happy Veterans Day on Thursday, November 11. Veterans Day honors all those who have served in our nation's armed forces defending our freedoms and way of life. Please take time to thank those you know who have served.

In observance of Veterans'...



If you're an artist or gardener living in the Marvin area, this is your chance to show off your landscaping and artistic skills. Please sign up to be part of the Marvin Day Art and Gardens tour! If interested, please contact the Village Clerk!

GET INVOLVED AND HELP MAKE THE FIRST...



In case you had not heard, the public hearing originally scheduled for tonight for the Marvin Heritage District Small Area Plan will not occur as scheduled.

Due to expected absences, the hearing will be recessed to a future regular meeting, date TBD. No discussion or action regarding the...



On December 14, Mayor Joe Pollino will be sworn in for his fifth term as Mayor. Mayor Pro Tem Kim Vandenberg, Councilman Andy Wortman, and Councilman-Elect Wayne Deatherage will be sworn in for four-year terms.

Please consult the Union County Board of Elections website for election results.



Coffee with Council will be held this Thursday, November 4 from 10-11am at Village Hall (10004 New Town Rd). Please come out, meet two members of the Village Council, and talk about local issues that matter to you! All attending are asked to be respectful of everyone in attendance.



The Village of Marvin wishes all a Happy Halloween! We hope that however you choose to celebrate, you do it safely. Please consult your HOA for their Halloween recommendations and plans.



Early voting for the 2021 municipal elections will take place from Thursday, October 14 until Saturday, October 30. Voting Hours: Monday through Friday, 8am - 6pm. Note: The only weekend early voting will be on Saturday, October 30 from 8am until 3pm.



The Village of Marvin owns and maintains over 16 miles of roads in Marvin. Last year, Council adopted an ordinance that prohibits anyone from damaging Village streets, curb/gutter, sidewalks, drainage ditches, or traffic control signage. If you see vendors in your subdivision (such as trash collectors,...



One-stop early voting for the Nov. 2, 2021 municipal elections is underway at the Monroe Library Griffin Room. The last day to vote early is Saturday, Oct. 30. The Monroe Library is the only early voting location used for municipal elections. Early voting hours are 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Monday...



Well, admittedly... we’re no paint experts, but we’ll save all the bold mustards, faint daffodils, and sunset hues on the paint shelves for those with more courageous style! While we like yellow, we thought a crisp white may look better for our new Village Hall.

What you see...



Due to mandatory officer training and COVID-19 quarantines, the Union County Sherriff’s Officeis struggling with off duty coverage at New Town and Marvin Road. They are trying diligently to find coverage, but we may see some interruptions in coverage over the next week. We just wanted to update...



On Tuesday, November 2, 2021, Marvin voters will elect a Mayor (2-year term) and Three Council Members (4-year terms). This election cycle the Village has offered a voluntary forum for candidates to introduce themselves.

Click below to learn about the candidates that chose to participate:



Early voting for the 2021 municipal elections will take place from Thursday, October 14 until Saturday, October 30.

Voting Hours: Monday through Friday, 8am - 6pm.

Note: The only weekend early voting will be on Saturday, October 30 from 8am until 3pm.



The Marvin Village Council is considering interring a time capsule on the site of the new Village Hall when the project is complete. If you have any ideas that you would like to share about this, including what to include and how long to inter the capsule, please respond to this post. Stay tuned for...





You may have seen a recent survey/public input session from NCDOT regarding the Marvin Road/New Town Road roundabout on NextDoor or other social media outlets.

Don’t fret! It’s still coming; there are many circumstances where public involvement activities are solicited closer...



Coffee with Council will be held tomorrow Thursday, October 7 from 10-11am at Village Hall (10004 New Town Rd). Please come out, meet two members of the Village Council, and talk about local issues that matter to you! All attending are asked to be respectful of everyone in attendance.







Please consider applying for the vacancy on the Parks, Recreation, and Greenways Board. The Board is currently planning the inaugural Marvin Day Celebration, a festival to celebrate the Marvin Community to be held on Saturday, May 21, 2022. Additionally, the Board coordinates volunteer workdays and...



The construction of Marvin Village Hall on the corner of New Town & Marvin School Roads is progressing! The building is framed, the windows are in, and the roof is being installed.

We are exhilarated to show everyone this progress and we cannot wait for the project to be completed in...





Coffee with Council will be held tonight from 6-7pm at Village Hall (10004 New Town Rd). Please come out, meet two members of the Village Council, and talk about local issues that matter to you! All attending are asked to be respectful of everyone in attendance.





WUMA or The Western Union Municipal Alliance was formed in 2020 to study, investigate, advocate for, and promote regional issues affecting towns in the Western Union County area, including land use planning, transportation, economic development, etc. Currently the alliance includes delegates from...



Union County Water will be performing routine maintenance between Sept. 19-25. During that time, please limit your irrigation use to help reduce water demand. Thank you for your patience and we appreciate the opportunity to continue to provide you with clean, safe drinking water.





Twenty years ago this Saturday, our country experienced a tragedy of a magnitude not seen since the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941. Thousands of American lives were lost on American soil. We at the Village of Marvin hope you will take a moment of silence on Saturday to honor and remember those we...



Looking for service hours? Want to make a difference in the community? We hope you will consider getting involved in the community by either serving on one of the Village's advisory boards or by volunteering at Marvin Efird Park.

Currently, there are the following board vacancies:

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The Marvin Village Council and Staff know how difficult these first few days of school have been for parents and residents caught in school traffic. Please be patient and carpool if you can. It will take time for the schools to adapt.



The Marvin Village Council & Staff wishes everyone a relaxing Labor Day on Monday. Please note that Village Hall will be closed on Monday, September 6 in observance.