City Bulletin

The week of March 20 is a blue recycling week.

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Check out the variety of fundraisers, school events, performances and church services going on in our area.

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Don't miss out on important news and announcements from the City of Statesville.

Register to get the weekly call from the City telling residents about garbage schedules, upcoming programs, recycling weeks and lots more.  The calls come on Sunday nights at 7 p.m.


The Caller ID number is 980-829-0100. If you call this number, you will be prompted to enter your  area code and phone number in order to hear the original recording.  If you missed the call and would like to hear the information for that week, call 704-878-3586.

We switched systems and, unfortunately, lost some of the previous contact information.  Please re-register if you have stopped getting the calls.

If you have questions about the message or the call-out system, call 704-878-3586 and someone will call you back. (be sure to leave your number)


Iredell County switched to Hyper-Reach Communications System to provide notifications for local emergencies, alerts and weather alerts.  Take time to sign up for that service and encourage your friends to register.  It will notify you with more general emergency information.

For the County System: SIGN UP HERE.

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The Statesville Police Department is participating in the observance of National Poison Prevention Week, March 19–25 to raise awareness about poisoning in the U.S. and highlight specific ways to prevent it.

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In conjunction with National Poison Prevention Week, the Police Department will be hosting several days of FREE drug take-back events in the Statesville area.  These take-back events will give citizens an opportunity to dispose of their unused, unwanted, or expired prescription and over the counter medications at no cost.  Officers will be on site at each of these locations and will collect medications from 2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. daily. 

The following locations will be utilized as take-back sites:
Tuesday, March 21st, 2017: 2:00 p.m.—7:00 p.m.:
ALL Statesville CVS Pharmacies:
215 N. Center Street
178 Turnersburg Road
1550 Wilkesboro Hwy.
3111 Taylorsville Road

Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017: 2:00 p.m.—7:00 p.m.:
Walgreens Pharmacy / 951 Davie Avenue
Rite-Aid Pharmacy / 1716 E. Broad Street
1st Rx Pharmacy / 837 N. Center Street
1st Rx Pharmacy / 308 Mocksville Hwy.

Thursday, March 23, 2017: 2:00 p.m.—7:00 p.m.:
S.H.A. Summit Village Community Center / 1323 Pearl Street (Statesville Housing Authority)
S.H.A. Parkwood Village Community Office / 609 Grove Drive (Statesville Housing Authority)
Banner Drug / 3478 E. Broad Street

According to the American Association of Poison Control Centers, most poisoning deaths are due to the misuse and abuse of licit and illicit drugs and poison exposures can involve a vast array of substances and occur in many ways.  In 2014, almost 80 percent of exposures reported to poison centers involved people who swallowed a substance. However, people were also exposed through the lungs, skin, eyes, and other routes.  Additionally, 57 percent of human exposures reported to poison centers involved medications, or pharmaceuticals.  Other exposures are to consumer and household products, plants, mushrooms, pesticides, animal bites and stings, carbon monoxide, chemicals, and many other types of non-pharmaceutical substances.

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Nancy Davis
Public Affairs Director
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