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Public Hearing Procedures for Council Meeting

City Council is expecting a lot of interest in Monday night's Council meeting. In accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines, attendance in the council chambers will be limited. Persons who wish to speak in one of the 10 public hearings may sign up to do so and will be allowed in the room to speak for three minutes at the appropriate time. Comments can also be emailed to to be read during the meeting. The public is encouraged to view the meeting live on cable channel 20 and online at
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Arbor Day

Help Keep Statesville Beautiful

Statesville’s traditional Arbor Day festivities have had to be adjusted for a second year, but there are still plenty of ways for you to celebrate our City’s beauty on Saturday, April 17. Start off the day by participating in the Litter Sweep event and help pick up trash along our streets and in our parks. At noon, the Recreation and Parks Department will be handing out 300 tree saplings free at the Soccer Complex. Keep reading for more information.
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National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

The City of Statesville is celebrating April 11-17, 2021 as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week and taking time to recognize the men and women who respond to emergency calls, dispatch emergency professionals, and render lifesaving assistance to Statesville citizens every day. Kimberly Arbogast, Division Manager, oversees Statesville’s Communication Center and Records Division which is a part of the Police Department. The division has 2 supervisors and ten telecommunicators. Also housed in this division are the records unit and parking enforcement. In 2020, the division answered 85,551 calls, of which 9,047 were 911 calls. The types of calls range from requests for an escort or welfare check to reporting an accident or serious crime.
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