City Bulletin

The week of Feb. 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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Register now for the weekly calls and make sure you don't miss out on important notifications.

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 list is also used to communicate with residents with important Statesville-specific events or emergencies are taking place.  This call-out system was used during the recent water emergency and we discovered that a lot of folks are not registered.

RECEIVE THESE CALLS: If you would like to receive these Sunday night calls or emergency notices,
register online by clicking here:

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.

We switched systems July 1 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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CURBSIDE LEAF COLLECTION IS WINDING DOWN - City crews will be working throughout the City.  

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LEAF COLLECTION UPDATE: The same trees that give Statesville its reputation as a beautiful community can also be the cause for a lengthy season of curbside leaf collection, especially this year when the majority of the leaves fell over a short period of time followed by winter weather and plenty of rainfall.

The crews have worked holidays and weekends and will continue to pick up leaves from the curb for the next several weeks.

"It's not that we have more leaves than usual," said Fred Morrison, Sanitation Division Superintendent. "It's that we've had more leaves at one time.  We ask for the citizen's patience as we finish up this year's leaf season."

Residents can also place their leaves in leaf bags on the curb which will be picked up by yard waste crews.

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Nancy Davis
Public Affairs Director
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