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North Carolina Aviation Week
12/06/2022
Mayor Costi Kutteh proclaimed December 17-24, 2022 as North Carolina Aviation Week at the December 5, 2022 City Council meeting. Airport Manager John Ferguson was on hand to accept the proclamation.
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Class C-Surface Operators Named for Statesville Water Resources
12/06/2022
The Statesville Water Treatment Plant has three new certified C-Surface Operators. Johnathan Powell, Harrison Smith, and Keith Misenheimer received their certifications from the North Carolina Water Treatment Facility Operators Board of Certification in November.
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Loose Leaf Collection Update - December 6, 2022
12/06/2022
Loose leaf curbside collection continues for city residents on the new schedule and routes released earlier in the fall. The new schedule consists of five service areas instead of the traditional four, and collection in each area occurs on designated days of the week.
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Public Notice – Downtown Construction at 200 S. Center Street
12/05/2022
Maintenance and renovation of the exterior of the Historical 1899 Government Center Building located at 200 South Center Street will begin on January 2, 2023.
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City of Statesville Breaks Ground on New Fire Station One
11/30/2022
City leaders and fire department personnel broke ground for the new Fire Station One on Wednesday, November 30 at 2 p.m. The new station, located at the intersection of Wilson W. Lee Boulevard and Charlotte Avenue, will replace the existing station, and accommodate the City’s growing needs.
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Advertisement for Bids - SCADA
11/29/2022
The City of Statesville will be receiving proposals for an upgraded SCADA PLC System for the Water Treatment Plant. Proposals will be received at 232 Pump Station Rd. Statesville, NC 28677, on or before 2:00 PM, THURSDAY, December 29, 2022. Bidder is responsible for timely delivery of their bid. The City reserves the right to waive any informalities and to reject any or all proposals.
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Public Notice – Credit Card Convenience Fee
11/28/2022
Effective December 1, 2022 the $2.75 convenience fee charged by the credit card processor is changing to $2.80 for utility bill payments made online and over the automated phone system.
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Mayor Kutteh Re-elected to ElectriCities Board of Directors
11/23/2022
Mayor Costi Kutteh was recently re-elected to the ElectriCities Board of Directors and will serve a second three-year term on the 16-person board. The board of directors advises and directs the activities, policies, and strategic direction for the North Carolina Municipal Power Agency Number 1, the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency, and ElectriCities.
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SPD Welcomes K-9 Joko
11/22/2022
The Statesville Police Department is excited to introduce the newest K-9 to the department! Joko (pronounced Joe-Koe) is a two year old English Lab that was born in Romania. He was acquired by Global K-9 Protection Group in Opelika, AL to train as a narcotics detection dog where he was imprinted on narcotic odors.
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Finance Department Receives Prestigious Award
11/22/2022
The City’s Finance Department was awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award by the Government Finance Officers Association for fiscal year 2022. Mayor Kutteh presented the award to Finance Director Brian Roberts at the City Council meeting on Monday night and thanked the department for their hard work in achieving this prestigious award.
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Mayor Proclaims November 21, 2022 as Stacie Kennington Day
11/22/2022
Mayor Costi Kutteh proclaimed November 21, 2022 as Stacie Kennington Day at the City Council meeting on Monday night.
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Santa Central 2022
11/16/2022
Santa Claus is leaving his magic mailbox at City Hall again this year. Beginning November 28, the magic mailbox will be located in the City Hall lobby at 227 S. Center Street. It has the ability to special express your letter to the North Pole without a stamp! In addition, if you include your name and address, Santa will send you a personal reply!
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Public Notice - Removal of Cemetery Items
11/15/2022
The Statesville Public Grounds & Cemeteries Division will remove all time worn flowers, wreaths, etc. from Oakwood and Belmont Cemeteries during the week of December 12-16, 2022. The public is asked to remove any items they do not wish to have discarded prior to this date.
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SFD Hazmat Team Wins State Hazmat Challenge
11/08/2022
Members of the Statesville Fire Department (SFD) Hazardous Materials Response Team competed in the North Carolina Association of Hazardous Materials Responders (NCAHMR) Hazmat Challenge on August 12, 2022. Coached by Asst. Chief Kyle Bell, team members Captain Eddy Harpe, Captain Matt Thompson, Captain Danny Fisher and Firefighter Travis Akins took first place in the competition against eight other teams.
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SFD to hold Live Burn Exercise
11/07/2022
The Statesville Fire Department will be conducting a live burn training exercise on Thursday, November 10 between 9:00am and 5:00pm at 203 Island Ford Road, just off Taylorsville Hwy.
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2022 Statesville City Survey & Discover Statesville Future Forum
11/02/2022
Your voice matters! City of Statesville Council and staff need your input to help shape Statesville’s future. There are two ways to make your voice heard this month: the 2022 Statesville City Survey and Discover Statesville Future Forum.
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Reminder about City's Leash Laws for Parks
10/29/2022
Statesville considers itself a dog-friendly community and asks pet owners to help it keep that reputation by obeying the City's leash laws in city parks and greenways
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Get Involved
Get Involved!
10/29/2022
You don’t have to run for office to get involved in local government! The City of Statesville is seeking interested residents to serve on its 11 boards and commissions.
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Statesville Connects
Share the Warmth
10/25/2022
Statesville Utility customers have a simple yet powerful way to share the warmth this winter with neighbors in need. It’s called Statesville Connects and this voluntary assistance program allows customers to contribute through their monthly utility bills to aid low income families and people in crisis who need help with their utility payments.
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We Want to Know What YOU Think!
10/21/2022
The City of Statesville is seeking your input. We encourage you to participate in the 2022 Community Survey to help shape our Strategic Planning process.
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Statesville Welcomes New Tenant at Airport
10/19/2022
The City of Statesville is proud to welcome Jet East, A Gama Aviation Company, as the newest tenant at the Statesville Regional Airport. A lease with Jet East was unanimously approved by City Council at the October 17th meeting.
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Statesville Water Treatment Plant Receives Prestigious Award
10/18/2022
The Statesville Water Treatment Plant was recognized at the October 17, 2022 City Council meeting for achieving the N.C. Area Wide Optimization Award by the N.C. Division of Water Resources for the fourth consecutive year.
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Statesville's Strategic Plan
10/18/2022
In 2019 city staff began receiving numerous calls about potential development opportunities. So many, in fact, that we began tracking all new development inquiries. These calls generally centered on the availability of utilities, zoning, and other development questions.
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New Loose Leaf Collection Schedule and Routes Announced
10/17/2022
Loose leaf curbside collection is ramping up for Statesville residents who perform their own yardwork, and this year our Sanitation Department has a new and improved area map and schedule. There will be five service areas instead of the traditional four, and collection will take place across those five areas on designated days of the week. Leaf trucks will begin working in Area One on October 24th.
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Utility Scam Alert
09/22/2022
Hardly a week goes by that the Statesville City Customer Services office doesn’t hear from a utility customer who has received a phone call that turns out to be a scam. Most of the time the customer is told that the City will disconnect their service unless they pay over the phone “right now”, but there are other schemes out there as well.
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RFP - Audit Services
09/06/2022
The City of Statesville will be posting a Request for Proposals (RFP) on the City of Statesville website on Wednesday, September 7, 2022. The Request for Proposal is for Audit Services.
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S. Meeting Street Culvert Replacement Project
08/16/2022
Beginning the week of August 22, 2022, South Meeting Street will be closed between West Sharpe Street and West Bell Street through December 2022 for a culvert replacement project.
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City Finalizes Sale of Historic Vance Hotel
08/03/2022
At the May 16, 2022 meeting, City Council approved an amended Master Development Agreement, and the ultimate sale of the Historic Vance Hotel to the Ranier Group. Ranier, represented by Stephen Barker, plans to renovate the building back to a boutique hotel and build a parking deck behind the building. The final steps were taken to finalize the sale yesterday.
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Council Recognizes ADA Anniversary
07/19/2022
It’s been 32 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law and the City of Statesville took time at Monday night’s City Council meeting to recognize the importance of this legislation.  Mayor Costi Kutteh issued a proclamation celebrating the anniversary and emphasized the City’s renewed efforts to “ensure that people with disabilities have the same rights and opportunities as everyone else.”
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Electronic Utility Statements Gmail Issue
07/15/2022
City Utility customers who are signed up to receive electronic utility statements using a Gmail address are experiencing issues with email delivery.
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Waterline Replacement Project
07/11/2022
The Public Utilities Department is excited to announce the kickoff of the City of Statesville Waterline Replacement project. In 2020, a condition assessment study identified several critical distribution and transmission mains through downtown that needed rehabilitation or replacement in the near future. These cast iron waterlines were installed in the 1940s and are increasingly likely to suffer structural damage or failure due to age, resulting in service disruptions and costly repair efforts.
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SVL Receives State Award
04/28/2022
The City of Statesville has received the "Advancing Technology Award" from the North Carolina League of Municipalities Local Leadership Foundation in recognition of Statesville’s Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) initiative. Council members Fred Foster, Amy Lawton and Mayor Pro Tem William Morgan were presented the award at the NCLM’s annual conference this week in Wilmington.
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Scam Alert
04/18/2022
The City of Statesville has received reports of salespeople claiming to represent the City, going to door-to-door attempting to sell water purifier systems. The City of Statesville does not solicit door-to-door – period. Statesville Water Customers should also disregard claims that the salespeople represent a government agency or a Water Quality Association, or possess an EPA registration. These organizations do not endorse water tests or water treatment products.
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SVL Water Gets Great Report
03/29/2022
Drink Up Statesville! The Water's Great! The City of Statesville has released its 2021 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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Firefighter Openings
01/23/2022
Join the Statesville Fire Department today. Both experienced and new candidates are encouraged to apply. Keep reading for more information!
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Statesville - Ballooning Capital of the East
12/07/2021
Mayor Costi Kutteh made it official - Statesville is the Hot Air Ballooning Capital of the East! The proclamation was presented at Monday night’s City Council meeting. It was originally read during a special weekend recently that highlighted Statesville’s tourist attractions. “We are proud to be a hot air ballooning community,” said Kutteh, “and look forward to many more years of bright-colored skies.”
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Reward Fund for Statesville Children
07/19/2021
Make checks out to the United Way of Iredell County. The memo line on checks should say COS Protect Our Children Reward Fund Cash donations can be made to the City Manager's office, 227 S. Center St. Checks should be mailed to the following United Way of Iredell c/o City of Statesville PO Box 1111 Statesville, NC 28687
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