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LED Area Light

The City of Statesville Outdoor Security Lighting Program provides our electric utility customers with an effective way to protect their business, home and property with outside lighting.

Outdoor Security Lighting is an economical way to deter crime, create an atmosphere for work or play and provides an easy and safe entrance to your home or business at night.

Security Lighting options include 4 types of LED lights:                                LED at Night
 -Large Flood
 -Medium Flood
 -Large Area
 -Small Area

Available fixtures include open globe, cobra head, and pole mounted flood lights. The standard installation includes a wood pole, but we do offer a decorative Town and Country fixture as well as fiberglass poles.

In October of 2018, Statesville City Council passed for all bulbed outdoor lights maintained by the Electric Utilities Department to be swapped with LED lighting. This has led to the replacement of all street lights and security/backyard lights. This multi-year process will show the energy efficiency of LED's, along with the true color retention LED's give. The Electric Utilities department is in the process of replacing all outdoor lighting, but if you are interested in changing your outdoor light to LED earlier, please contact us at the number or email address below. Any existing Mercury Vapor, Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium light that needs repaired or replaced will automatically be replaced with the new LED's. All lights will be replaced with LED lights of similar type to the ones being removed. 

LED Over Parking Lot

For more information or to schedule an appointment for the installation of an Outdoor Security Light, please call 704.761.2371 or email Jared Wiles

If you have an existing Outdoor Security Light that is not working, please call 704.878.3419 during normal business hours or 704.878.3500 extension 3548 after hours. Remember, if you receive electric service from Energy United or Duke Energy, all security light repairs should be directed to your security lighting provider.