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Community Meeting Announcement

Community Meeting Information

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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Let's Talk About Recreation

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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Face Masks Guidance

Based on the guidance that we have been given by state officials, beginning at 5 p.m. on June 26, the City of Statesville is requiring that masks be worn on City property when it is not possible to maintain a six-foot distance with someone. The same guidelines and exceptions issued in Executive Order 147 apply inside all city buildings and outside on city property. Individuals conducting business inside city offices will be expected to wear a mask and one will be provided when possible. Masks are not required when in the water at the Statesville Leisure Pool or using a water feature at the Statesville Splash Pad. Otherwise, masks will be required at these facilities if social distancing cannot be maintained.
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