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Pay your Utility Bill from the City of Statesville.
Sign up for e-billing using the website and registration code located on your bill.
|Cemeteries||The City of Statesville serves four cemeteries to include Belmont, Fourth Creek, Green Street and Oakwood Cemeteries.|
|City Council Agenda|
City Council Meetings are held on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7:00pm in the Council Chambers of City Hall. The agenda is released on the Wednesday before the scheduled meeting by the City Clerk. Sign up to receive meeting agendas here.
The City of Statesville was the first municipality in the State of North Carolina to provide electric service to its citizens. As the result of this historical accomplishment, we have been recognized as the first Public Power Community in North Carolina.
Learn more about new utility connections, security lighting, utility rebates, and more.
|Facility Rentals||The City of Statesville Recreation and Parks Department rents out many of its outdoor facilities for all kinds of occasions and functions. Whatever the occasion, chances are we have the facility right for you.|
The City of Statesville provides weekly curbside collection for residents and up to two times per week for commercial customers. The first toter is provided at no cost. It is the responsibility of the householder or commercial establishment to replace if stolen or damaged from improper use or neglect.
Receive our weekly update to stay informed on the recycling schedule, holiday garbage collection changes, special dates and events, emergency information and more.
Receive emergency notifications from Iredell County, North Carolina for weather and community alerts right to your phone or email.
View details regarding leaf + yard waste collection.
To schedule a pickup of yard waste (not including leaves), please use the contact form here.
|Public Records Request||Submit the online form to submit a Public Records request.|
Recycling is picked up every other week. The city is divided into two sections. To find out if you are a blue or red week, please go to the interactive map and follow the directions carefully.
Find details on how to set up a NEW utility account, view/print the utility service application, how to make changes to your existing utility account, and more.
|Utility + Other Payments|
The City accepts cash, check, money order, debit cards and credit cards. You may mail your payment; use the drop box located on Center Street, pay online or come to the office at 301 South Center Street to make your payment. If you are paying by debit or credit card, you must come in to the lobby or pay online. For questions call 704-878-3564 or email.