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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.
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Visit the Stanley Police Department website, or follow the Stanley Police Department Facebook page for daily and weekly updates.
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.