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Customer Services Office Closed to Public
02/28/2021
Effective March 1st, the City of Statesville is limiting walk-in access to the Customer Service Office at 301 S. Center St. to protect the health and safety of the community, customers, and staff. Customers who have traditionally paid in person should use other options for their own safety and convenience, including by mail, bank draft, phone, drop box or a bank's bill-pay service. DRIVE-THRU IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
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Request for Bids for Airport Project
02/25/2021
The City of Statesville will receive Bids for the Eastside Taxiway Lighting & Vault at the Airport Terminal Building located at 238 Airport Road, Statesville, NC 28677, until March 16, 2021 at 10:00a.m., at which time all Bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud via virtual meeting. Bidding and Contract documents may be requested from HBoniface@parrishandpartners.com.
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Black History Month Presentation
Black History Month Presentation
02/24/2021
Todd Scott, chairman of the Statesville Chapter of the NAACP, (left) was presented a proclamation by Statesville Mayor Costi Kutteh, recognizing February as Black History Month. As part of the presentation, Kutteh also told Scott “there is no Statesville history without Black history”. With the Mayor and Scott are Council member Doris Allison, Police Chief David Allison and Council member Frederick Foster. The first African-American to serve on Statesville City Council was A.E. (Pete) Peterson in 1985. Since that time, the following African-American citizens have also served: Willie Williams, Flake Huggins, Keith Williams, Jarrod Phifer, Allison and Foster.
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System Development Fee Report
02/22/2021
The City of Statesville has completed a study by Raftelis Financial Consultants related to a System Development Fee Report. The report is available for review online for 45 days. Written public comments may be sent to Assistant City Manager Scott Harrell. At the April 19, 2021 City Council meeting, Council will conduct a public hearing on the proposed System Development Fees prior to any action being taken on the recommendations in the report. If adopted, the changes will go into effect immediately. A system development fee is a one-time charge paid by a new customer to recover a portion or all of the cost of constructing water and sewer system capacity. Continue reading for links.
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RFQ Info for Fire Station 1
02/17/2021
The City of Statesville will be posting a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) on the City of Statesville website on February 17, 2021. The Request for Qualifications is soliciting qualifications from those Design/Builder teams interested in designing and constructing Fire Station 1. The website address to view and download the RFQ documentation is: www.statesvillenc.net/bidpostings The City of Statesville reserves 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 Scott Harrell, Assistant City Manager at 704-878-3551.
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Leaf Season 2020-2021
02/15/2021
FEB. 17 UPDATE - Leaf Collection will resume after weather and road conditions permit. Crews are in Area 3 - areas north of E. Broad St. around Hartness Rd. and Radio Rd. Please check back for updates.
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Next Steps for Vance Hotel Development
02/11/2021
City Council will consider next steps for the development of the Vance Hotel at its meeting Monday, Feb. 15. A Master Development Agreement will be presented which involves selling the hotel property to Rainier Group, LLC, for $47,000 and allowing them to proceed with plans to restore the Vance to a 60-unit hotel. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. and can be viewed on cable channel 20 and www.statesvillenc.net/live. Here’s more information on the agreement.
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Airport Flying High
01/27/2021
The Statesville Regional Airport is contributing millions of dollars to the local and state economies, as well as supporting hundreds of jobs connected to the operation of the airport, according to a recent report released by the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Division of Aviation. The report contains 2019 data from the state’s network of 72 publicly owned airports, and the aviation and aerospace assets that rely on them. It shows the Statesville airport as having a $139.2 million impact on the economy, including funneling more than $8.7 million to state and local tax revenues.
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United Way Campaign
01/19/2021
Statesville City employees held a successful United Way Campaign this year, raising more than $19,000 for the community. With the theme "Live United", the departments came together to support the work of the United Way agencies. Each department had a designated employee who oversaw the campaigns in their departments.
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Tom Marshburn
Statesville Astronaut Headed Back Into Space
12/15/2020
Statesville native Dr. Thomas H. Marshburn, NASA astronaut, is going back into space. It was announced Monday that Marshburn will serve as pilot for the NASA-SpaceX commercial mission to the International Space Station in the fall of 2021. Statesville is proud to be the hometown of Dr. Marshburn, who has walked in space and spent five months aboard the International Space Station. Many of our welcome signs around Statesville now include that slogan: “Hometown of NASA Astronaut Dr. Thomas H. Marshburn”
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Utility Assistance
Utility Assistance Funds Now Available
11/23/2020
The City of Statesville and United Way of Iredell are partnering in a Utility Assistance Program that will help Statesville residents with their utility bills, effective immediately. Earlier this fall, Statesville City Council allocated $100,000 of its portion of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic security (CARES) Act to be used for utility assistance. The United Way has identified three of its agencies – Yokefellow, I-Care and Iredell Christian Ministries – to accept applications, screen applicants and distribute funds. The deadline for receiving funds is Dec. 31, 2020. Continue for more details.
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Statesville Connects
Share the Warmth
11/06/2020
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. Statesville customers can donate in two ways: The Round-up Program is a new method for contributing that allows the customer to “round up” their bill each month to the next highest dollar amount. Customers can also participate by adding a designated contribution on their monthly bill. Separate donations are also accepted.
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New Retail Development Initiative
09/01/2020
The City of Statesville has announced its partnership with Retail Strategies, a national retail recruitment firm, to help expand retail development in Statesville. The project involves conducting a detailed analysis of the City’s retail market, creating a strategic plan for recruiting new business and growing existing businesses, and then proactively reaching out to potential businesses and developers. The project will focus on all of Statesville.
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The Bloom
The Bloom is Back!
06/21/2020
The Bloom is back! The Statesville Bloom is part of Iredell County’s public transportation system (ICATS) and runs a fixed route in Statesville, Monday through Friday. The route, along with other fixed routes, have been suspended since March 18 due to COVID-19 but will resume service effective June 22. Schedules are subject to change based on passenger demand and passengers are requested to follow COVID-19 safety protocols, including safe distancing and the use of masks.
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Planning Underway for the Future of Parks & Recreation
02/24/2020
The Statesville Recreation and Parks Department is on the route to big things! And we're off to a great start! We're developing a comprehensive plan for the future of our parks, facilities and programs and we need your help. The next community conversation on Tuesday, March 24 at the Bentley Community Center - has been postponed. Click below to learn more!
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Recycle Right
01/03/2020
As of January 2020, Statesville residents and other Benfield Sanitation Services customers (including Mooresville and Troutman) have been instructed to no longer put glass in their recycling bins. Also, Benfield has begun charging municipalities $20 per ton of recycling, whether or not there is glass in the materials. This will cost Statesville $12,000-$13,000 per year. Removing glass from the recycling materials should lower the weight and lower costs. Continue reading for more information on how to recycle right!
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Here's a Reminder about City's Leash Laws for Parks
10/04/2019
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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Statesville Electric Utilities Rebate Program
08/23/2019
Statesville Electric Utilities has a great rebate program for residential customers who purchase new heat pump systems and/or electric water heaters. The Baileys recently took advantage of the program and got a $400 rebate from the City after installing a new heating and air conditioning unit.
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