PO BOX 222 Halifax, NC 27839

The Town of Halifax, North Carolina,  is seeking solutions for deploying free-to-the-public, outdoor WIFI to cover its primary downtown area as well as the Halifax State Historic Site. This RFP is intended to outline the challenge and market opportunity, and invite interested providers to submit proposals for new WIFI service delivery in the Town. The Town is issuing this RFP to gather ideas and interest from providers of WIFI services to enhance a patron’s experience while exploring Halifax.


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What better way to celebrate our Nation's history than at the Town of Halifax Annual Fourth of July Celebration. Historic Halifax Site will be open during the day. Music and fun begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Halifax County Courthouse Complex located on Ferrel Lane. Bring a lawn chair. Vendors will be selling hot dogs, funnel cakes, popcorn and much more! Fireworks begin at dark

On April 12, 1776, NC the Fourth Provincial Congress met in Halifax, NC and 83 delegates from across North Carolina unanimously declared that they would partner with any other colonies to declare Independence from Great Britian. The adopted and signed the Halifax Resolves, earning the grand title "First in Freedom"

Each year the Halifax Historic Site celebrates on this day with reenactments, tours and various other celebrations.

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