Bond Information

In early 2012, The City of Hickory recognized that a plan was necessary to economically revitalize the City. The strategy led to the creation of four major projects: Riverwalk, Class A advanced manufacturing park, known as Park 1764, Citywalk, and Streetscapes and Gateways. It was apparent that a substantial amount of money would be necessary to fund such an undertaking, which resulted in a $40 million bond referendum that allowed Hickory voters to choose how to move forward. One bond order was for $25 million to cover the costs associated with street and sidewalk improvements, including enhanced streetscapes and pedestrian access. A second bond order was for $15 million and was designated for economic development related costs, which encompasses a broad range of public infrastructure intended to enrich the local economy. The citizens overwhelming voted in support of both. Below are up to date details on each project and costs, the next steps in the process, and more.


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Riverwalk Park 1764 Citywalk Streetscapes/Gateways
 

 

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