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Yes, the owner has to sell the graves to the Town at the price that was paid at the time of sell.
Visit the utility billing office at Town Hall, 413 North Main Street, or call 704-663-3800. For more information, click the link below.
During office hours (8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday) contact the Public Operations Center at 704-664-4278. If the emergency is not during these times, call the Mooresville Police Department's non-emergency number at 704-664-3311. The Public Utilities Department has staff on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to respond to emergencies.
To register for Sanitation Services, please call 704-664-4278 or click here to request Sanitation services online.
Mooresville Public Library welcomes suggestions for new items to be considered for our collection. All purchase decisions will be made based on our collection development guidelines, availability of funds and availability of stock from library vendors. You may submit a new purchase suggestion by clicking on Online Forms and scrolling down to Library – New Purchase Suggestion.
On the left side of the screen, click on Ask a Librarian. Submit the form and we will be back in touch as soon as possible. For faster assistance, contact the Circulation Desk at 704-663-1701 for account questions or the Reference Desk at 704-663-1062 for other inquiries.
· North Carolina Driver's License or Identification Card that includes a current address in North Carolina;· Driver's License from another state and proof of address in North Carolina; or· Official Photo Identification (Passport, College ID, Work ID) and proof of address in North Carolina.
For more information, see the Library Card information page or call the Circulation Desk at 704-663-1701. Library Card Information
There are book drops at the Mooresville Public Library and the Westside Lockers for after-hours returns. Items returned in the drops before the library opens are considered returned the previous open day. Materials returned in the book drop while the library is open are checked in the same day.
The Westside Lockers are located at the Lowes YMCA, 170 Joe Knox Ave. in Mooresville. Upon request, Library materials may be send for pick-up at the lockers and returns may be placed in the book drop. Additional information can be found at Westside Lockers.
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In a residential area, the maximum allowable height is four feet in the front yard and six feet in the backyard. Fences can be placed on the property line; however, a survey may be required to determine the property line and if any utility easements are there. If access to a utility easement is restricted by a residential fence neither the town nor the utility company is responsible for repairing/replacing any portion that is damaged or removed to access the easement.
Commercial fences are permitted but could be subject to a zoning approval from the town and a building permit from Iredell County.
Yes, we conduct tours for school children, civic groups and interested citizens. Schedule a tour by calling the Police Department at 704-664-3311.
The Iredell County Animal Services & Control Department and Animal Shelter are located in Statesville at 430 Bristol Drive. Phone hours are Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Visiting hours are Monday - Friday, 10:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Animal Control Dispatch can be reached 24-hours a day at 704-878-5335.
Animal Shelter business (adoptions, records, reclaims, etc.) is 704-878-5424.
Fingerprinting services are provided between 8:30 – 10:30 a.m., Monday and Wednesday at the Mooresville Police Department. The cost is $10 (cash or check). To receive the service, you must present two forms of government issued identification including one with a photograph.
The Town issues a Consumer Confidence Report annually which describes the water treatment process and water quality. You can find the latest report by clicking the link below.
Flushable wipes are promoted as being biodegradable and safe for sewer systems. Unfortunately, they do not break down quickly and can cause a backup into your home, or a sewer spill in the public system. Please do not flush anything down toilets other than toilet paper to protect your system and ours.
No. Grease will harden over time in pipes, and eventually cause a blockage with similar results as flushable wipes. For more information, please visit our F.O.G. page to learn more about "Fats, Oils, and Grease" in the sewer system.
To see a complete list of all facilities used by Parks & Recreation, visit the "Recreation Map" link on the right side of the page.
A parent may register his/her child(ren) online by creating a profile to manage their online registrations. Online registrations require credit card payment. Or a parent may visit the Mooresville Parks & Recreation Administrative office, 418 Carpenter Avenue or any center. Cash, checks and credit card payments may be taken in our office. Please Note: Registrations (online or in-office) will only be taken during specified enrollment periods. All participants who register during specified enrollment periods will be guaranteed a spot in the league. Late registrations will go to a waiting list and will be filled if teams lose players.
For ages 5-8, a head coach is allowed his/her own son/daughter and the son / daughter of one or more assistant coaches. Players have the option to return to their previous team from last season or go back into the draft. After coaches' sons/daughters are assigned and returning players are assigned, the remaining team members will be randomly selected by our computer program to even out each team. For ages nine and up, a head coach is allowed his/her own son/daughter and the son/daughter of one assistant coach. After those selections are made, a lottery-style draft process will be used to select half of each coach's team (this number may vary from sport to sport). Coaches will take turns drawing numbers from a hat and will draft in that order. Once half of each team has been selected by this process, the remaining team members will be assigned randomly by our computer program.
No. The draft process listed above gives coaches freedom to select more players than in the past. It is best to contact the coach and ask him/her to select your child as one of his/her picks. Please understand there is no guarantee that your child will be on a certain team.
Yes, but there are some limits. A player is not allowed to skip an entire age group. Only players in their last year of a division may move up early to the next. (For example, a 10 year old may move up early to the 11-12 division.) If a player moves up early, he/she must do so when initially registered and not mid-season. Once a player decides to move up early, he or she is not allowed to move back down mid-season.
As referenced above, you may not request a specific team or coach. Moving kids to different teams after they are selected has a ripple effect on the entire league and/or program.
The Parks & Recreation Department relies solely on volunteer coaches for its athletic leagues. Interested individuals must complete a coaching application that will be reviewed by the Mooresville Police Department. Once approved, coaches are assigned to teams based on need in each age group.
· Youth Basketball (boys ages 5-17 and girls ages 5-16) November – February · Youth T-Ball (boys and girls ages 5-6) February – May & July - October · Youth Baseball (boys ages 7-17) February – May & July – October · Youth Softball (girls ages 7-17) February – May & July – October · Youth Wrestling (boys and girls ages 5-13) October – January
· Adult Softball (Open, Co-Ed & Church Women's)
No! Alcohol and tobacco products are prohibited at all recreation facilities.
Yes. The swimming pool located at the War Memorial Center can be reserved for private parties on Saturday and Sunday evenings. Reservations must be made in person at the WMC office. Mailed forms will not be accepted. Fees include a refundable security deposit (due at time of reservation) of $50, Pool Reservation Fee of $60 per hour (minimum 2 hours) due one week after receipt of deposit, and Lifeguard Fee of $10 per hour per lifeguard (minimum of two lifeguards required).
Computers, Televisions, and Tires are all banned from North Carolina Landfills. These items can be taken to the Iredell County Transfer Station off of Highway 150 (158 MacLeod Drive) for disposal. Flat screens are free, but old tube style (CRT) televisions incur a $10 disposal fee. Tires are free up to 5 per individual with rims removed.
Oil Based Paint, Explosive or Flammable liquids or materials, pesticides or normal household cleaners including aerosols cannot be disposed of curbside. These items should be saved and disposed of at the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility at the Twin Oaks Landfill in Statesville on the last Saturday of each month. These materials are taken free of charge at this facility.
.Construction Debris is not classified as household waste and cannot be collected curbside. This includes Carpet, Lumber, Sheetrock, Shingles, Brick, Concrete, and Flooring. Customers may bring this material to the Iredell County Transfer Station. A fee may apply depending on volume.
Celebrated holidays that impact collection days result in a one day delay. The Town also uses the Blackboard Connect automated calling system to notify residents. If you do not currently receive these calls you may sign up to do so by clicking the Blackboard Connect link below.
To report an illicit discharge/stormwater issue please use this form or for after-hours contact 704-664-3311 to report your concern.
One acre that is fully wooded creates no runoff during a 1" rain event. However, one acre that is paved creates over 27,000 gallons of runoff during a 1" rain event.
-Sediment can bury fish eggs and prevent them from hatching.-Fertilizers can cause algae to grow which uses up oxygen that other plants and fish need to survive.-Chemicals from household cleaners and pesticides harm plants and animals.
It is also important to manage the quantity of runoff. Because stormwater runoff travels over impervious surfaces, if it is not managed it can cause localized flooding. High volumes of stormwater runoff can also cause erosion of creek banks.
The Town does not maintain or repair issues that occur on private property, such as:-Yard Flooding-Standing Water-Drainage issues caused by landscaping, roofing or gutter problems-Water that flows from adjoining properties-Creeks or discharge outlets
The stormwater utility is a fee that is billed monthly to all Town utility customers. All money collected from the utility fee will be used for the stormwater program to maintain compliance with the stormwater permit. Additional information about the Town’s stormwater utility fee can be found at: http://www.mooresvillenc.gov/DocumentCenter/View/2281.
Mooresville controls 12 of the Town’s traffic lights, and the majority of them are in Downtown. The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) controls the remaining lights throughout the Town. Mooresville assists in maintaining the NDCOT lights by changing the bulbs but cannot control or make any adjustments to the timing.
If a road is numbered as an N.C. or U.S. route, it is a major road that is maintained by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). The town maintains an interactive map, referred to as the Powell Map, that shows which roads are maintained by the town, which roads are maintained by the state, and which are privately maintained. View the interactive, Powell Map using this link,
For a static image of NCDOT roads, click here. For a static image of Town-maintained roads, click here.
Please contact our Public Works Department at 704-664-4278.
Please use this link to find the appropriate District 12 contact or visit ncdot.gov for more information.
Please use this link to find the appropriate District 12 contact or visit ncdot.gov for more information.
A list of current Town projects can be found linked here.
Please reach out to our Planning & Community Development Department at 704-662-7040.
Please reach out to the Mooresville Police Department’s non-emergency line at 704-664-3311.
A request for speed humps must be reviewed and receive a favorable recommendation from the Police Chief, the Fire Chief, and the Public Works Manager. Installation of a speed hump requires the ultimate approval of the Mooresville Town Board of Commissioners. Once the speed hump location is approved, then the installation is typically completed by the Public Works Department within 90 days. More information can be found linked here.
Town residents can contact the Public Works Department to determine if a reduction in the posted speed limit is appropriate. Speed limits on local and residential streets may only be reduced to 25 miles per hour. The Town must receive a petition from at least 75 percent of the property owners on the candidate blocks or receive a letter from the Homeowner’s Association. Ultimately, the reduction of a posted speed limit on a Town street requires the approval of Mooresville’s Town Board of Commissioners.
Use this link to let our Public Works Department know where the pothole is located.
This phase of construction should be complete by late Spring and West Wilson should be reopened at that time, and the closure will move to Lowrance.
Construction is anticipated to wrap up at the end of 2022.
There will be two 10-foot-wide pedestrian bridges for the multi-use path crossing of the creek in two locations near Lowrance Avenue. The first bridge is located near the golf course entrance and is 10-foot-wide and has a 40-foot span. The boardwalk that is currently visible will tie into the bridge. The second bridge is on the opposite side of Lowrance and is 10-foot wide and has a 30-foot span.