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The City hired consultant will begin site visits on December 13th, 2022 to start studying Free Nancy Branch and refine project ideas for future improvements.  If you have any questions or concerns please call the Stormwater Hotline 1-866-41-STORM (1-866-417-8676).
Posted by Rmoore  On Nov 16, 2022 at 2:24 PM
  
Beginning on November 29th, 2022, the City of Statesville will begin the 2nd phase of mapping existing stormwater outfalls within the City’s jurisdiction.  This is a requirement of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm System (MS4) Program and is mandated under the Federal Clean Water Act.  This is year two of the project that will take place over a 3-month period when the leaf cover has thinned.  City of Statesville staff will be accessing properties in order to map the existing stormwater outfalls within the City's jurisdiction. This phase of the project will begin on November 29th, 2022 and run through the beginning of March, 2023.  There will be a 2-person team on these stream walks.  Here is an interactive link where citizens can put in their address and see if City staff will be accessing their properties as they map the outfalls:   https://statesvillegis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=03e327d6a43e4e1b8b9c239eb86db83c If property owners have any questions or concerns, please call the Stormwater Hotline at 1-866-41-STORM.
Posted by Rmoore  On Nov 16, 2022 at 1:33 PM
  
Calling all volunteers! Do you live near Statesville, NC? Do you want to volunteer an hour of time to make a difference to water quality in your community? Join us at the Hidden Lakes community swimming pool lot on Saturday, December 3 at 12PM to help us mark storm drains! What is a storm drain, and why are we marking them? Come on out to learn why! Safety guidelines and volunteer waivers will be provided the day of the event. For questions, please contact: [email protected] Call the City of Statesville’s Stormwater Hotline at 866-4-1-STORM or 704-761-2376: - If you have specific questions about stormwater - If you want to report a stormwater-related problem - If you are interested in participating in or hosting an upcoming Educational opportunity or City-sponsored Stormwater Program Event.
Posted by Rmoore  On Nov 16, 2022 at 1:28 PM
  
Thank you to everyone who came out to speak with us regarding the Study of Free Nancy Branch.  The third meeting scheduled to take place on Thursday November 17th has been canceled.  If you have any further questions or input please feel free to call us at 1-866-41-STORM or email at [email protected]
Posted by Rmoore  On Nov 01, 2022 at 2:33 PM
  
On Monday October 17th, City Stormwater Staff will be closing Brevard Street between 1st Avenue and Stockton Street in order to replace the cross pipe under the road and to repair a sink hole that emerged behind the catch basin at the curb inlet.  Local traffic only allowed in this area.  North Tradd Street will be an alternate route.
Posted by Rmoore  On Oct 12, 2022 at 9:28 AM
  
Check the storm drains in your neighborhood.  Any debris on top of the drains can result in flooding.  If you need help clearing them call 866-4-1-STORM or 704-761-2376.  Other reminders:  Stay out of flood waters, charge electronics and pack an emergency kit.
Posted by Rmoore  On Sep 29, 2022 at 8:15 AM
  
The Capital Improvement Project - South Meeting Street Culvert Replacement, will begin the week of August 22, 2022.  A section of South Meeting Street will be closed between West Sharpe Street and West Bell Street in order for the work to be completed.  It is anticipated the closure will be in place from the week of August 22 through December of 2022.  Please contact the City of Statesville Stormwater Division with any questions.  1-866-41-STORM or [email protected]
Posted by Rmoore  On Aug 10, 2022 at 11:43 AM
  
Creek Improvement on Free Nancy Branch Free Nancy Branch flows through the heart of Statesville and is very important to the local environment of our community. Seeking to improve water quality and the property surrounding this creek, we are developing a plan for improving Free Nancy Branch’s stability and ecological health. We will be hosting walk-in meetings to gather input from local stakeholders on Thursday September 15th, Thursday October 20th, and Thursday November 17th from 4-6 pm at: Statesville Fitness & Activity Center 1875 Simonton Road Statesville, NC 28625 We will have maps showing the creek and surrounding properties so that citizens can highlight project needs and speak with our watershed team.  We welcome any input on how we can improve the creek and surrounding streets and greenways in a sustainable way.  Please bring photos and ideas to this meeting. For more information or to suggest creek improvements, contact:  City of Statesville Public Works Department Stormwater Division P.O. Box 1111 Statesville, NC 28687-1111 704-761-2385 [email protected]
Posted by Rmoore  On Jul 14, 2022 at 1:30 PM
  
On Tuesday April 19th, a contractor will begin work for the South Meeting Street Culvert Replacement project.  The initial work will involve installing valves on the existing water line to prepare to replace the culvert.  A single lane traffic closure on S Meeting Street will take place between W Sharpe Street and W Bell Street.  Complete closure of S Meeting Street is expected once work to replace the culvert begins.  The City will notify affected property owners of the closure.  If citizens have any questions please contact the Stormwater Division at 866-4-1-STORM.
Posted by Rmoore  On Apr 14, 2022 at 12:10 PM
  
The City has finished this winters portion of the Stormwater Outfall Mapping Project.  We are a little over 50 percent complete for the entire project and 260 outfalls were collected as part of the stream walks. Beginning late November 2022 we will proceed with the remaining 31 miles of streams to walk. Mapping the outfalls of the City Municipal Storm Drainage System is a requirement of the MS4 Permit the City   received from the NC Department of Environmental Quality in 2016.
Posted by Rmoore  On Apr 14, 2022 at 11:30 AM
  
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