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According to my internal map, it is a very long way away. Any distance that I can not walk to in a couple of hours is a long ways away.
The Fire Department does not offer an event space. However, tours can be scheduled in advance for any groups that would like to make the Fire Department part of their party.
We recommend reserving the shelter at Harper Park for your event space and walking to the Fire Department for your pre-scheduled tour.
Schedule a Fire Department Tour
Please contact the Fire Department at 704-263-3473 for assistance in obtaining a smoke detector.
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The Fire Department offers several programs including the Knox Box program and Fire Safety programs.
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Yes, we offer Senior Bingo on the 3rd Friday of the month you can get a schedule at Town Hall.
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Yes, we go on a day trip in October, please call Town Hall at 704-263-4779 for details.
Harper Park is located at:301 Blacksnake RdStanley, NC 28164
Please call Tug Deason at 980-522-6769.
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We post a form on our website in July. It is posted under Recreation Documents.
Football is offered through the Stanley Optimist Club.
Yes, you can call Town Hall at, 704-263-4779.
Yes, they have to be on a leash and proper disposal of waste.
They start on November 1st and run through the Friday after Thanksgiving.
February 12th through March 17th.
First Saturday in October.
Yes, Harper Park has a paved path; it is 1/3 mile per lap.
Visit the Stanley Police Department website, or follow the Stanley Police Department Facebook page for daily and weekly updates.
No. It is unlawful to discharge any firearm, including but not limited to a rifle, pistol or muzzle loading weapon according to Stanley Ordinance 133.
Yes. Children under the age of 16 shall not be in a public place without adult supervision from 11 pm till 6 am, Sunday through Thursday, and midnight till 6 am, Friday and Saturday.
Per Stanley Ordinance 70.23, helmets are required for anyone under 16 years of age when operating upon any street, public roadway, public path, sidewalk or other public right-of-way.
The speed limit inside any municipality is 35 miles per hour (mph) unless otherwise posted.
There are several areas in the downtown business district where the speed limit is 20 mph. However in school zones during specific times the speed limit is 25 mph.
The Stanley Police Department has a secured drop box in the lobby of the Police Department building at 230 S Main Street where prescription medication can be discarded and properly disposed of. No liquids, needles or creams.
Complaints or compliments can be made to any supervisor or to the Chief of Police by phone or in person at 230 S Main Street. The administrative office number is 704-263-4778.
All reports are available at the Stanley Police Department located at 230 S Main Street or by visiting the Stanley Police Department website to access a link to purchase your accident report online.
Visit the North Carolina Department of Justice Sex Offender Registry website to review public information on sex offenders. There is also an app for your mobile device that can be used to search our offenders.
The Stanley Police Department has a "Text Tip" application; just text the information you would like to give police or tips on crimes to 201-742-8477 to take advantage of it.
The Stanley Police Department is dispatched through the Gaston County Communications Center, whose phone number is 704-866-3300.
There is an emergency number posted on the fence at the pump station for you to call. It is 704-201-3992.
Report a Street Light Outage
Report a pothole.
To report a water or sewer problem call Town Hall at 704-263-4779.
Town of Stanley Public Works is open: Monday through Friday, 7 am to 3:30 pm.
Trash is picked up every week on Monday or Tuesday.
Normally within 1 week.
Your pick-up days are based on where you live. Call Town Hall at 704-263-4779 and they will be happy to provide you with your days.
No. The Town has an ordinance that prohibits placing these on the street. All such waste must be behind the curb.
Due to state regulations, the Town is no longer able to pick up tires.
Swimming pool adjustments are offered once per calendar year. The adjustment will be made only to the sewer charges. Residents must pay for the water fee as it is stated on their bill.
If you would like your yearly adjustment applied, please bring your bill to Town Hall.
Yes. If a leak has occurred and been repaired, residents may bring their bill and repair receipt to Town Hall for a one-time adjustment. This type of adjustment can be used one time per calendar year. The repair receipt must be presented in order for the adjustment to be processed.
Yes. A $50 fee is assessed on any account that has not been paid by 5 pm on the 25th of each month.
The last day to pay is the 25th of the month before 5 pm. If the 25th of the month falls on a weekend, payment will be due the following business day by 5 pm to avoid disconnection.
Please keep in mind that the 10% penalty is applied after the 15th of the month. In order to avoid any additional charges to your account, payment is due on the 15th by 5 pm.
The water bill is due on the 15th of each month at 5 pm. If the 15th of the month falls on a weekend, payment is due the following business day by 5 pm.
If payment is not received by the due date, a 10% finance charge will be added to the account.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, Cash, or Check. At this time, we are unable to accept American Express cards.
Bills can be paid online, by mail, or in-person. Town Hall has an after-hours drop-box. We recommend including the bottom portion of your bill in an envelope with your check. We do not advise placing cash in the drop-box.
Pay your water bill online (3.5% fee)
For new accounts, applications and deposits received before 3 pm (Monday through Friday) will be turned on the same day. After 3 pm, water will be turned on the next business day.
For late-payment cutoffs, if payment is made in full by 3 pm (Monday through Friday) water will be turned on the same day. Residents paying after 3 pm will have the water reconnected the next business day.
All properties inside the Town Limits must have Town water.
Applications are available at Town Hall. You will need to provide a copy of your ID and a rent receipt, lease agreement, or proof of purchase. A soft credit check will be performed to determine the deposit amount. Deposit amounts range from $150 to $250 and a $5 fee will be charged for the credit check, per customer.
New Utility Service Application (PDF)