City Bulletin

Entries for September 2017


Please stay safe as you travel today.  With forecasts of higher than normal wind speeds and rainfall amounts, extra time and attention should be given to moving around the region.

f there is a life-threatening emergency, call 911
Power outages: 704-878-3479 (please call back if you are unable to get through the first time)
Flooded streets: 704-878-3406
Roads blocked by trees and debris: 704-878-3406

Please do not use Facebook to report problems.  If you are unable to call, you can also make reports by emailing

Keep up to date today and every day ....

Twitter: @cityofsvl
Phone: 704-878-3586
Local radio, t.v. and newspapers

Check out what you might need to prepare for future emergencies that result in the extended loss of power and communications.  Go to for all the information you will need. 

CLICK HERE to register to receive emergency weather notifications from Iredell County.

CLICK HERE to register for Statesville specific announcements and the weekly Sunday call.

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It's a great weekend to be in Statesville.

The 2017 Downtown Statesville Fall Art Crawl is set for Friday, September 15 from 5:30–8:30 pm. The Art Crawl will showcase more than 40 artists in over 30 different galleries, shops, and businesses scattered throughout the heart of Downtown Statesville. Be sure to drop by the Statesville Sculpture Garden at the corner of N. Center and Water Streets to view the newest pieces installed in the garden. 


For more information, CLICK HERE.


The 2017 Full Bloom Festival will begin Thursday, Sept. 14 and run through Saturday, Sept. 16.  There are more than 70 films from over a dozen countries.  All the events will happen in Downtown Statesville.

For more information, CLICK HERE.


For more community events, CLICK HERE.

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Plan now to attend this event on Saturday, Sept. 30 at Twin Oaks Landfill

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Nancy Davis
Public Affairs Director
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