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Pfafftown.org – A Website for the Village of Pfafftown, NC 27040

The purpose of this site is to serve as a community resource, and as a forum for sharing stories, history, current events and community concerns. Shop local with the Pfafftown business directory or converse with locals on the Muddy Creek Message Board. Learn about Peter Pfaff and the community’s attempt to incorporate at the turn of the century.

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Years of inaction over sign resolved by sudden response to email

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January 21st, 10:00 am

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Stuart Harvey FowlerWish it could be Village of Pfafftown3 weeks ago   ·  1
David C. PoindexterI would think it should go at Yadkinville Road and Transou (Old NC 65).3 weeks ago   ·  1
Suzanne Burcham RobertsonThanks to everyone's efforts on this and special thanks to Mike Mabe.3 weeks ago
Tommy SmithRest assured, the intersection of Yadkinville and Transou is the primary choice. That, to me, was a no-brainer. It's the heart of Pfafftown , it's the intersection the community grew around and anyone stopped at the light would be able to read it. The secondary choice at the Muddy Creek bridge would be incredibly tough to read as some have pointed out but my thinking was that: 1) It is a corner of the original Pfaff farm. 2) It was the eastern boundary of the proposed Village of Pfafftown. 3) It is the closest thing we'll ever get to a "Welcome to Pfafftown" sign. When things warm up in a couple of months I'll meet with Michelle McCullough (Project Planner) and the streets division to review the location. The only problem we could face would be utility lines. In the meantime, the next step will be to finalize the verbiage for the marker. That should happen later this month and when it does I'll submit drafts here for the community to review.3 weeks ago
Ingrid Loftus ArnoldI agree Yadkinville at Transou3 weeks ago
Caroline Pfaff LawsonYadkinville Rd at Transou.3 weeks ago
Tara Rhodes CaseGreat.......good job3 weeks ago
Anita CookThank you Mike Mabe3 weeks ago
Shawn HooperYay! Well done Mike!3 weeks ago
Tommy MarshallIt should be at the "T" Intersection of Old 421 & 65....That IS Pfafftown!!!!3 weeks ago

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Winston-Salem Northern Beltway on Schedule Again

If you live in Pfafftown, you should be following the development of the Winston-Salem Northern Beltway which is slated for construction in 2015. There have been several ‘scares’ over the years but now it looks like the process is starting to move forward.

“Based on NCDOT’s Urban Loop Acceleration Plan, the department is speeding up the purchase of property and the start of construction for a portion of the eastern section that stretches from U.S. 421/Business 40 to U.S. 158. This portion was previously unfunded and had no set schedules. The plan allowed right-of-way acquisition to begin in 2012 and construction to start in 2015. The accelerated schedule is made possible by Grant Anticipation Revenue, or GARVEE, bonds, which allow NCDOT to borrow against future federal funding.”

Read up on the Urban Loop Acceleration Plan here: http://www.ncdot.gov/performance/reform/prioritization/

Click here for a copy Western Section 4, the map of our area.

Bookmark the beltway page here and stay in the know.