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Mural Project
Art Mural Project
09/11/2020
Be a part of an exciting community art event and help paint a beautiful mural on Saturday, Sept. 19 at the Bentley Community Center from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Everyone is invited to come and pick up a paint brush and help fill in the outline of a unique drawing on the wall inside Bentley. There will be free food provided by G4G Ministries and shaved ice by Mas Raspas.
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Labor day Feet
Labor Day Holiday Information
08/31/2020
More than 400 pairs of feet serve the citizens of Statesville each day. The employees associated with those feet perform hundreds of different jobs, from repairing potholes to responding to emergencies to helping customers. And we appreciate every single foot! Labor Day is Monday and most of the feet will be taking the day off, but we are here if you need us. City offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 7, in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Here's the information on the revised garbage and recycling schedule for Sept. 7-11.
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Virtual Learning Program
Virtual School and After School Programs
08/30/2020
Do you need help with childcare on virtual school days? The Statesville Recreation & Parks Department is offering a Virtual Learning Day Program with the additional option of registration for our After School Enhancement Program. Both programs are held at the Statesville Fitness & Activity Center.
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Council Chambers
Special Work Session
08/26/2020
Statesville City Council will meet Friday, August 28, for a special work session. The meeting will be held in the council chambers of City Hall, 227 S. Center St., beginning at 9 a.m. The meeting is open to the public, but it will also be broadcast live on statesvillenc.net/live.
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City Hall
August 17 Council Meeting Info
08/14/2020
Monday night's Council meeting is open to the public, but attendance will be limited. Those attending will be asked to wear a mask, have their temperature taken and hands washed upon entering City Hall. This is a public comment meeting. Persons wishing to speak must register in the lobby and wait for directions. Council meetings are broadcast live on YouTube at statesvillenc.net/live and cable channel 20. Continue reading for more information.
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RFB - Major City Project
08/12/2020
Statesville is receiving sealed bids for the construction of the Old Country Club and Sullivan Road Sewer Rehabilitation at a designated drop point located at 301 South Center Street, Statesville, until Thursday, Sept. 3 at 2 p.m. EST. Due to current epidemiological considerations, public attendance at the bid opening is prohibited; however, bids will be publicly opened and read at 4 PM, September 3, 2020 at the Statesville City Hall, 227 South Center Street, Statesville, NC 28677 by means of public broadcast. Access to the televised bid opening will be via the City website at www.statesvillenc.net/live. Continue reading for more information and a link to the specifics of the project.
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Leisure Pool
Beat the Heat
08/06/2020
Need to cool off? Don't forget about the Leisure Pool! It will be open 7 days a week through August 16 and then weekends only through Labor Day. You must purchase a wrist band prior to coming - call 704-878-3429 or check out the Leisure Pool Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/SVLLeisurePool/ to see what is available. However, wrist bands must be purchased in person. Wrist bands are $5 a piece.
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Statesville Electric Crew
Statesville Electric Crews Head East
08/03/2020
While Tropical Storm Isaisas is expected to have little impact on the Statesville area, our neighbors down east anticipate heavy rainfall, strong winds and dangerous storm surges. A Statesville Electric Line crew left Monday morning to support our public power friends in New Bern. Statesville and High Point crews are arriving in advance of the storm to enable quicker power restoration as soon as the storm passes.
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City Hall
City Council Meeting Update
07/31/2020
Here's what you need to know about Monday night's City Council meeting: Occupancy in the chambers is limited and you will need to register in the lobby if you want to speak during the public hearing. THIS IS NOT A PUBLIC COMMENT MEETING. You are asked to wear a mask/face covering. In the lobby, you will have your temperature checked and there will be hand sanitizer for you to use. Social distancing guidelines will be followed throughout the building. Don't forget that you can stay at home and watch the meeting live at statesvillenc.net/live or on cable channel 20.
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Statesville Firefighters
Statesville Fire Now Hiring
07/28/2020
NOW HIRING: Ever dream of becoming a firefighter? Now is your time! The Statesville Fire Department has several firefighter openings and is accepting applications through Friday, July 31, 2020. The SFD is made up of a team of firefighters and administrative staff delivering professional services to nearly 27,000 citizens, covering more than 26 square miles. Currently, there are 80 full-time personnel staffing four fire stations. If you are interested in a career as a firefighter and being a part of a well-trained, professional, rapid response team dedicated to the safety and protection of our community’s quality of life – apply today!!
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RFP for Spectrometer
Request for Quotes Announcement
07/16/2020
The City of Statesville will be posting a Request for Quotes (RFQ) on the City of Statesville website on August 3, 2020. The Request for Quotes is for an Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer. The website address to view and download the RFQ documentation is: https://www.statesvillenc.net/departments/finance/purchasing/bidpostings The City of Statesville reserved the right to reject any or all bid proposals and to accept any proposal which is deemed to be in the best interest of the City of Statesville, NC. For any questions regarding this proposal, contact Brandy Johnson, Lab Supervisor at 704-878-3439.
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Community Meeting Announcement
Community Meeting Information
07/13/2020
The July Community Meeting – hosted by the Statesville Police Department – is Saturday, July 18, beginning at 1 p.m. at the Police Substation, 1392 Shelton Avenue. The meeting will be held in the parking lot and COVID-19 guidelines will be followed. Please bring your own chair and wear a mask. During the meeting, you will have an opportunity to ask questions, get updated information and speak directly with Police Chief David Addison. Chief Addison started the monthly meetings as a way to find out what is on the minds of the community as well as share important information about the police department. The meetings are held the third Saturday of each month in different locations and begin at 1 p.m. (If discussion concludes before 2 p.m., the meeting is ended early. You are encouraged to arrive at 1 p.m.)
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MLK Park Swings
Let's Talk About Recreation
07/03/2020
Hey Statesville. We need to talk! We need to talk about parks … and recreation programs … and facilities … and greenways. We’re still working on a new Comprehensive Recreation and Parks Master Plan for Statesville - we call it “Route 2 Recreation” or “R2” - and it desperately needs your input. We want to get together with you … outside … wearing masks and social distancing …and tell you about this project. But mainly, we want to hear your thoughts and dreams about our Recreation and Parks Department. Keep reading to see where we will be gathering …
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Fireworks Safety
Fireworks Safety for the Fourth of July
06/30/2020
Statesville is not hosting its annual July Fourth Fireworks Celebration this year due to COVID-19 concerns. If you’re thinking about putting on your show, here’s what you need to know before you purchase legal fireworks from a reputable fireworks dealer: The only fireworks that are legal in North Carolina are sparklers, fountains, and novelty fireworks items that do not explode or are not intended to spin or to leave the ground and fly through the air. These include snake and glow worms, smoke devices consisting of a tube or sphere that produce white or colored smoke, trick noisemakers, including party poppers, string poppers and snappers and wire sparklers. You must be 18 to purchase fireworks in North Carolina and it is illegal for children under the age of 16 to possess fireworks. That’s why the Statesville Fire Marshall’s office stresses that fireworks should only be used under close adult supervision. Thousands of people of are injured each year due to fireworks-related incidents. If you choose to buy and use legal fireworks, follow these safety tips:
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Vance Flags
Fourth of July Holiday Schedule
06/26/2020
City of Statesville offices will be closed Friday, July 3 in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. There will be no garbage collection on July 3rd. The revised schedule for garbage collection is: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday routes will operate on a regular schedule. Thursday and Friday routes will be collected on Thursday. The Leisure Pool will be open July 4th with swim sessions from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 3 - 6 p.m. The Splash Pad at the Bentley Community Center will also be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Council Chambers
Watch It All Live Tonight!
06/15/2020
There are three meetings tonight (June 15) that will be broadcast live on the City's YouTube Channel. First there is a 5 p.m. Fire Statesville Relocation workshop; the 6 p.m. pre-agenda meeting; and the 7 p.m. City Council meeting. These meetings are open to the public with limited occupancy due to COVID-19 restrictions. Arrangements will be made to assure that persons who sign up to speak during public comment or the public hearing will be admitted. For links to watch live continue reading.
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Community Meeting
Community Meeting Set for June 20
06/10/2020
The monthly community meetings, sponsored by Statesville Police Chief David Addison, are starting back up this month. The June 20 meeting will be held outdoors at Christian Outreach of the Piedmont, 1424 Rickert St., beginning at 1 p.m. During the meeting, Addison updates the group and responds to questions on police matters. The meeting is informal and goes until 3 p.m. if needed. It’s a great way to find out what’s going on in the community and how the police is dealing with particular issues. Because of COVID-19, the meeting will be held in the facility parking lot. Participants will be asked to follow social distancing guidelines. For more information, call 704-878-3406 or email daddison@statesvillenc.net
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EA Airport Improvement Plan
Public Meeting Set for Runway Improvements
06/01/2020
The Statesville Regional Airport will hold a public meeting on June 18 - both virtually and in person - to allow the public to ask questions and provide comments on the environmental impacts of the runway improvement project. For more information on this project and the public meetings, please continue reading.
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Leisure Pool
Leisure Pool Opens June 5
05/29/2020
The Statesville Leisure Pool will open Friday, June 5th. It’s going to be different in order to follow the COVID-19 guidelines – so please read the following to prepare for your fun time of splashing at the pool! Admission will be $5 for each swimming session. You will receive a wristband to wear during your swim session. You are encouraged to purchase the wristbands ahead of time. The Splash Pad at Bentley Community Center will also open on June 5th with limited hours and occupancy. Please click on Read Article for more information.
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Bid Opening
Larkin Development Bid Opening
05/28/2020
Have you ever wanted to watch a bid opening? Watch the opening of bids for the Larkin Development Water Supply Project. This is a major project impacting Statesville’s growth in southeast Statesville. Click on READ ARTICLE below for a direct link.
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Iredell County Monument
Memorial Day Information
05/20/2020
This monument stands in Oakwood Cemetery in honor of those who lost their lives while serving in the military. Statesville City Government offices will be closed Monday, May 25 in observance of Memorial Day. There will be no garbage pick-up on Monday. The revised schedule is Monday's route will run Tuesday. Tuesday and Wednesday routes will run Wednesday. Thursday and Friday routes will run on a regular schedule.
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Water Treatment Lab
Latest Water Quality Report Available
05/19/2020
The City of Statesville has released its 2019 Water Quality Report and results show the City's drinking water meets or exceeds every health standard developed by both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Statesville’s Water Quality Report is prepared by the City's Water Resources Department to meet the EPA's National Primary Drinking Water Regulation for Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR). It details drinking water sources, the testing methodology, the substances detected in the water and the levels of those substances.
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Council Chambers
May 18 Meeting Information
05/14/2020
Although the public will not be able to attend Monday night's City Council meeting in person, you will be able to watch it live at statesvillenc.net/live or on Cable Channel 20. To participate in the public comment portion of the meeting, submit your comments in writing to clerk@statesvillenc.net by noon on May 18. Call 704-878-3544 to get more information on speaking at the public hearings scheduled for Monday night.
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RFP
Request for Proposals
05/13/2020
The City of Statesville is advertising for sealed bids for furnishing the labor and equipment for the installation of one 115 kV-24.94/14.4 kV substation. Proposals are due at or before June 2, 2020 at 2 p.m. and should be addressed to the attention of John Maclaga, City of Statesville, 915 Winston Ave., Statesville, NC 28677. For more information on this project, click Read Article.
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City Hall
City Hall Getting a Face-Lift
05/06/2020
The 128-year old City Hall building is getting a May makeover that includes cleaning the exterior surfaces, painting and caulking the windows, and painting other areas on the outside of the building. Custom Coatings of Hickory is performing the work at a cost of $17,600. Much care is being used in cleaning the building’s exterior because of its age. Also, the building and the cleaning solutions being used are environmentally friendly. Pedestrians are advised to use caution when walking in the area around City Hall, 227 S. Center St.
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Statesville Electric Earns National Award
05/05/2020
Congratulations to the Statesville Electric Utilities Department for earning a top national award for operational excellence. The Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3) Award is given by the American Public Power Association to recognize reliability, safety, workforce development and system improvement. Not only did Statesville receive this honor - they earned the top tier designation – diamond.
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Budget Cover
2020-2021 Proposed Budget Information
05/04/2020
Statesville City Manager presented his proposed budget Monday night. It keeps the tax rate the same at $0.5478. Although there has been growth in the City’s property valuation, the impact of COVID-19 is taking its toll on the numbers. There is no electric rate and there is a 3% increase in water rates and 3.5% increase in sewer rates. Click on Read Article below to read the entire budget and review the proposed budget document.
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Council Chambers
Access To Council Meeting
04/29/2020
Unfortunately, due to restrictions related to COVID-19, the public will not be able to attend the May 4th City Council meeting in person. However, the City is offering several options for viewing and participating in the meeting which begins at 7 p.m. You can watch the meeting live on cable channel 20 or stream it online. To participate in the public hearings, you can submit your comments in writing to the City Clerk or speak during the meeting via Zoom. For more information on watching/participating, continue by clicking on “Read Article”.
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RFP for Larkin Project
Larkin Water Supply Project
04/28/2020
The City of Statesville (Owner) is requesting proposals for the construction of the following project: Larkin Development Water Supply Project. Sealed proposals for the construction of the project will be received by the Collection Department until 2 p.m. local time on May 26, 2020, at Statesville City Offices, 301 S. Center St., Statesville NC 28677. This project consists of a single prime unit price contract for the installation of approximately 4,800 LF of new 12-inch diameter and 12,325 LF of new 16-inch diameter water main, providing finished water to the proposed Larkin Development property. For more information on the project, click on “Read Article” below.
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Yard Waste Crews at Work
Yard Waste Update
04/24/2020
It's business as usual in the Sanitation Division. Due to the increased amount of spring yard work coupled with all the debris left from recent storms, yard waste crews have more work than usual. Crews are working hard to catch up; hopefully we'll be back on schedule after next week. Here's a complete update on Sanitation services.
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Council Meeting Live Streamed
04/17/2020
Statesville City Council meetings are now being live streamed at 7 p.m. on meeting nights. (first and third Monday nights). The live broadcast can be viewed at www.statesvillenc.net/live and on cable channel 20. Past meetings can be then be viewed on the City's YouTube page. Click below to get more information on how to watch past meetings.
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Good Friday Revised Schedule
Revised Sanitation Schedule
04/05/2020
City Offices are closed Friday, April 10, in observance of the Easter holidays. The revised schedule for residential sanitation services is: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday routes will run on the same schedule. Thursday and Friday routes will run on Thursday. There is no collection on Friday. Sanitation routes are now starting earlier in the day. Please place your containers on the curb the night before your pick-up day.
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Water Restrictions Lifted
03/28/2020
Repairs to the City's Water Treatment Plant have been successfully completed and enough water is being pumped through the system to lift the voluntary restrictions on water usage. Much appreciation to Statesville Water Customers for their cooperation during this emergency. Continue reading for more information on the repairs.
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Iredell County Updates Citizens
03/25/2020
In an update to Iredell County residents Tuesday, County Manager Beth Jones announced that Iredell is not considering a shelter in place order at this time. The entire update can be read by clicking below.
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RFP - Electric Construction Project
03/24/2020
The City of Statesville is soliciting proposals for Assembly Unites for Future Overhead and Underground Electric Distribution Line Construction. Please click below for more information.
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Electric Linemen
Statesville Electric Utilities Excels
02/24/2020
The City of Statesville Electric Utilities has received the prestigious Public Power Awards of Excellence in four key areas of service, recognizing Statesville as one of the top performers of public power in the state for 2019: “Value of Public Power”, “Wholesale Power Cost”, “Workforce Planning and Development”, and “Continuous Improvement”.
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Sherry Ashley
Sherry Ashley Named Planning Director
02/18/2020
Statesville City Manager Ron Smith has named Sherry Ashley as the new Planning Director, replacing David Currier who retired last month following 42 years of service. Ashley has served as the City’s Assistant Planning Director since 2006 and has more than 25 years of planning experience.
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citizen academy
Police Citizens' Academy
02/17/2020
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
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Tips for Possible Flooding
02/05/2020
Heavy rains are expected in our area through Thursday night and the City wants you to be prepared. Street and Stormwater crews are clearing as many street storm gates as possible and will be monitoring hot spots throughout the City to hopefully avoid flooding issues. Click on “Read Article” for additional flood preparation information.
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David Currier
Long Time Planning Director Retires
02/03/2020
David Currier, long-time Planning Director for the City of Statesville, has retired after 42 years with the City. He was recognized at Monday night's City Council meeting for his service and leadership in guiding the City's growth.
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Polar Plunge
Polar Plunge
01/27/2020
Do your part to support Iredell County Special Olympics by “Taking the Plunge” on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Statesville Leisure Pool. Special Olympics athletes are never charged to compete and we need your help to continue this practice. Encourage your friends, family and co-workers to participate as plungers or just donate to the cause! And we’d love for everyone to come out and cheer on the participants. Don’t forget a towel and a change of clothes. Keep reading for more information on registration.
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MLK Proclamation
Holiday Schedule Announced for MLK Jr Day
01/16/2020
City offices will be closed Monday, January 20 in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. There will be no garbage collection on Monday. Click "Read Article" to get the revised schedule and find out about the different events celebrating this holiday.
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Bid Notice
Bid Information Announced
01/13/2020
Information on the bids for furnishing materials for a City-related project will be posted on the City's website on Tuesday, January 14, 2020. Sealed bids will be accepted through 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. Click below for more information on this project.
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Christmas Garbage
Holiday Sanitation Schedule
12/18/2019
City offices will be closed Tuesday, Dec. 24 and Wednesday, Dec. 25 for the Christmas holidays. Offices will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 1 for New Year's Day. Don't miss your garbage pick-up day. Click below for the full schedule.
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Shelton Ave. Park Aerial
Share Your Ideas for Proposed Shelton Ave. Park
12/09/2019
If you missed the public meeting for the Shelton Avenue Multi-Use Path/Linear Park, it's not too late to share your ideas on the types of uses and features you'd like to see in the park and multi-use path. CLICK BELOW to review options and then email your top five choices to the Planning Department.
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Holiday Fun
12/02/2019
Statesville is ready for the holidays. Did you see the great article in Our State Magazine featuring all of Statesville's holiday fun. Thanks to Revival Photography for this beautiful photo of Santa's Magic Mailbox and the article by Jodi Helmer. Click below for more information and a link to the article
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Thanksgiving Holiday Information
11/20/2019
Thanksgiving greetings from the Statesville City employees who celebrated together recently with an early Thanksgiving lunch. City offices will be closed on Nov. 28 and Nov. 29 for the holidays. The revised garbage collection schedule can be seen by clicking below.
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System Down
Utility Payment Systems Down Nov. 16
11/15/2019
The Pay-By-Phone and Pay-On-Line Systems will be down on Saturday, November 16, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. for maintenance. Please try back after Saturday at 5 p.m. We appreciate your patience.
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New Ladder Truck Arrives in Statesville
11/13/2019
There’s a new member of the Statesville Fire Department – a 2019 ladder truck that will be housed at Fire Station One. The community is invited to help welcome the new vehicle at a public push-in ceremony on Monday, Nov. 18, at 4:30 p.m. at Station One, 316 S. Meeting St. There will be refreshments and the opportunity to tour the new vehicle.
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Municipal Building Financing
11/09/2019
Statesville City Council has approved the construction of a new municipal services building on Shelton Ave. which will be used as the headquarters for the Statesville Police Department. Council must now decide how to pay for the $11 million project. One option is to finance the costs through an installment financing agreement. A public hearing will be held on Monday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. to allow the public to comment on the proposed agreement.
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Veterans at Council
Veterans Day Holiday
11/07/2019
Statesville City Council approved a resolution honoring the 40+ veterans who work for the City of Statesville at a recent Council meeting. This is the first year in recent history that the City will close its offices in observance of Veterans Day on Monday, Nov. 11. There will be no garbage collection on that day. The revised schedule has been released.
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Leaf Collection Ending
11/01/2019
Curbside leaf collection will end Friday, March 13. After that time, residents are asked to bag their leaves and place them on the curb for pick-up.
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Halloween Update
Halloween Update
10/31/2019
Given the forecast for severe weather Thursday afternoon and evening, tonight's Trick or Treat Event in Downtown Statesville has been rescheduled for Friday, Nov. 1 from 4-6 p.m. This special event is sponsored by Downtown Sttesville Development Corporation and hosted by individual participating businesses. The City of Statesville encourages neighborhoods, organizations and others that may have events planned for Halloween evening to monitor weather forecasts and plan accordingly.
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Trick or Treat
10/28/2019
The Statesville Police and Fire Departments want to make sure that everyone has a fun and safe night of trick or treating. Here are some tips!
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New Sanitation Superintendent Named
10/28/2019
Kevin Rankins, long time City employee, has been named Statesville's new Sanitation Division Superintendent. He only had to move 10 feet to get to his new desk - but he's now responsible for 22 employees.
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Statesville Mobility + Development Plan
10/22/2019
Thanks Statesville for your help in creating a comprehensive transportation strategy for your community! The Statesville Mobility + Development Plan (MDP) addresses transportation needs for this area by identifying improvements, recommendations, and strategies to support a diversified system. Please take time to download the document and read about Statesville’s transportation future!
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Solana Craig
Meet the New Downtown Impact Officer
10/08/2019
Downtown Statesville has a new Impact Officer - Solana Craig. He is on the beat, making contact with citizens and businesses, checking on security issues, assisting with traffic problems and trouble-shooting all kinds of issues.
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Bid info for land development plan update
Bid Information for Land Development Plan Update
10/04/2019
The City of Statesville Planning Department is seeking Requests for Proposal (RFP) for a Land Development Plan Update.
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Ribbon Cut for New Airport Taxiway
10/02/2019
Statesville hosted a ribbon cutting to officially open the $10.6 million taxiway to say thanks to all the parties who helped make the project a success.
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Bid Information
Advertisement for Road Improvement Bids
09/24/2019
Sealed bids for the project entitled Amity Hill Road and Shelton Avenue Improvements will be received by the City of Statesville until 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 17, in the Council Chambers of the City Hall Building.
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Statesville Mascot Contest
09/20/2019
The search is on for a Statesville mascot! We are turning to you to create character ideas that best represent our city! And EVERYBODY can enter!
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Wish You Were Hare
Statesville Sculpture Garden Has New Art
09/11/2019
Come by the Statesville Sculpture Garden this Friday night during Art Crawl to see the newest permanent sculpture - "Wish You Were Hare" and other new temporary pieces. The Garden is located on the corner of Water & N. Center Streets.
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Happy Labor Day Statesville!
08/30/2019
City offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 2, in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Here's the information on the revised garbage and recycling schedule for Sept. 2-6.
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Storm Debris Pick-Up
08/23/2019
Beginning Sept. 30, crews will return to regular procedures for picking up yard debris (and storm debris). There will be a charge for picking up limbs that are more than 8-10 inches in diameter or more than 6 feet in length.
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Friday Update on Power Outages
08/23/2019
Weather could be a factor in restoring the last of the power outages, but much headway has been made with less than 400 customers still without power. These are mostly individual homes.
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Power Nearly All Restored
08/22/2019
Good news. All 36 of Statesville’s circuits are back up and less than 500 customers are without power as of 10 p.m. Thursday. Crews will continue working during the night on some primary tap lines that are out, but the remainder of the work involves services to individual homes and buildings. With good weather, the City should have power restored to all customers capable of receiving power by close of business Friday.
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Power Outage Update
08/22/2019
At the peak of Wednesday's storm, 9,000 Electric customers were without power. All but four of the main circuits have been repaired and additional crews from outside the City will arrive this morning to help.
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Storm Update
08/22/2019
As work continues to remove downed trees and restore power to electric customers, Statesville Mayor has declared a state of emergency to aid in possible funding needs as a result of Wednesday's severe storm.
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24-Hour Update on Power Outages
08/22/2019
It’s been 24 hours since Statesville began the recovery process from a severe thunderstorm that brought heavy rains and strong winds to the area. At its peak, 10,000 customers were without power. In this 24-hour period, crews have worked non-stop to restore power and will continue working until everyone is back on. But some customers are still without power. Here’s how you can help.
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Leisure Pool
Statesville Leisure Pool Hours
08/08/2019
School is back in session which means new hours for the Leisure Pool. The pool is open regular hours Thursday, August 8 through Sunday, August 11. After that, the pool is open only on weekends through Labor Day. Dog Day at the Pool scheduled for Sept. 21.
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Summer Storms
Summer Storm Preparedness
08/02/2019
This is summer storm season and the City wants you to be safe and prepared. Do you know how to report a power outage? Ever heard of the “30/30” rule for determining storm distance? Have you considered getting a meter-base surge protection system from the City? Read on for more information!
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Bike Racers
End of Summer & Bike Race Event
07/31/2019
The streets of Downtown Statesville will come alive Saturday, August 3 with a fun-filled morning to celebrate the end of summer for thousands of school children, followed by an afternoon and evening of exciting (and amusing) bike and foot races!
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July 4th Closing
City Offices Closed for July Fourth
07/01/2019
Sanitation routes will run on a regular schedule on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday and Friday routes will run Friday
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RFP
RFP - Water Storage Vessels Maintenance & Management
06/27/2019
The City of Statesville will be posting a Request for Proposal (RFP) on the City of Statesville website on July 5th, 2019. The Request for Proposal is for Asset Management and Full Maintenance Service for Water Storage Vessels.
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Fireworks
Statesville Fireworks Celebration Set for July 3
06/17/2019
Start your Fourth of July celebration off right with the most spectacular fireworks display in the area! Launch will take place in the Signal Hill Mall area.
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Police & Child
Join the Statesville Police Department
06/11/2019
If you are looking for a career and not just a job, the Statesville Police Department is a great opportunity.
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Chalk Artist Sheryl Lazenby demonstrates her art
Chalk Art Featured During Art Crawl
03/28/2019
The City of Statesville is bringing Sheryl Lazenby, renowned chalk artist, to City Hall during the Art Crawl on April 12. Lazenby has family connections in Statesville and is looking forward to demonstrating her art.
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Accreditation Team
Fire Department Accredited
03/28/2019
After months of work and planning, the Statesville Fire Department has been re-accredited by the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI)
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Statesville logo on Unity Water Tank
Water Tank Offers Warm Welcome
03/28/2019
The Statesville logo has been painted on the freshly painted water tank on Unity Drive along I-77. It stands 39 feet across and 16 feet tall.
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