Our Community Press

Our Community Press, formerly known as the Lewisville Times, is a free publication for the local residents of Clemmons, Lewisville and Pfafftown featuring community events and articles of interest. For more information, and to download the latest issue, visit OurCommunityPress.com.

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.


Wednesday, October 19 is Spirit Night for Reagan at Chick-fi-A on Peace Haven Road. A portion of the sales made from 5:00-8:00 will be donated to Reagan bands and colorguard. Please come and have dinner to support Reagan. Encourage your friends and family to also come. Hope to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

October 19th, 7:00 am

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If your child goes to Vienna Elementary, a word from the principal concerning the pickup/drop off line for mornings and afternoons. Please especially note the end, discussing people turning around at Vienna Baptist Church for a quick "turn around" in the AM, as it is causing an unnecessary traffic jam.

Hello Tigers,

Car line update:

Thanks for working together to make things safe for our kids.Our afternoon line is doing very well. We are finishing up by 3:20! Unfortunately our morning line has over double the number of cars the afternoon has (294 cars vs. 143 cars). This is causing a loooonnnng line down Chickasha, as you know. We are waiting to hear back from transportation about a satellite bus stop at Brookstown Church. This would take a large group of cars out of our car rider line. We will let you know as soon as we know something.

We are also trying to create a safe space in our front lot to accommodate 10 to 20 select cars. These would be vehicles specially identified because they have 4 or more kids getting dropped off. Sort of an HOV (High Occupancy Vehicle) lane kinda thing. I know, brilliant idea. I cannot take the credit (but our PTA president can). It is safe if we do not have congestion there, so thanks for NOT using that area as a drop off. That is opening the door to creating the HOV lane. We will announce when we are accepting application to use this lot. Start connecting with neighbors about carpooling!

And last but not least...

Please go to the end of the line when you arrive. The safest way to approach the school is Chickasha via Robinhood. If you are turning around on Chickasha do so with extreme caution. If the line is past Vienna Baptist Church DO NOT turn around in the church and jump the rest of the line. Please be polite and go to the end of the line. I know the frustration this is causing. We are not marking your child late until we remedy the situation and we are working on solving the problem. Please do not take it our on each other. Thanks for your patience as we work to improve.

Andy Lester-Niles, Principal
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September 27th, 6:25 pm

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.