Locust/Stanfield/Red Cross, North Carolina – If you live in Western Stanly County, the YMCA wants to hear from you! From November 15, 2018 through December 31, 2018, the Stanly County Family YMCA, a cause-driven organization, is hosting an Online Community Needs Assessment Survey https://yusa.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6kQEGV6GKAJqp9j to seek input from community members of Western Stanly County.
The Locust Fall Fest is an annual event located on ball field #4 at the Locust Athletic Complex.
The event is organized by a committee made up of representatives from local churches and works with the Locust Parks and Recreation Department.
Annual Leaf Collection
It’s almost that time again…..Curbside Leaf Collection!! Over the next 3 months we’ll be conducting curbside leaf collection for all residents within the city limits. The dates will be as followed…….
Saturday November 17th, 2018
Saturday December 22nd, 2018
Saturday January 26th, 2019
During this event, all leaves must be at curb/roadside and must ONLY be leaves……NO BRUSH!! Please have your leaves accessible by 7am on the scheduled dates and crews will work diligently to get all collected as quickly as possible. Just a reminder….please be patient with weather delays. In the past we’ve had delays caused by rainy weather. All involved will be working hard to provide the citizens of Locust the best service available. If you have any questions please contact me, Tim Flieger, @ (704)888-5260 Ext 106 or you can email me @ email@example.com.
For registration and other information visit: https://locustnc.com/christmas-parade/
On November 9, 2017 and pursuant to House Bill 436 “An Act to provide for uniform authority to implement system development fees for public water and sewer systems in North Carolina,” The City of Locust contracted Raftelis Financial Consultants to complete a System Development Fee Study. House Bill 436 was signed into law on July 20, 2017 and it amended Chapter 162A, Article 8 of the General Statutes “System Development Fees” This legislation sets forth the process for establishing development fees, which requires a written analysis prepared by a “financial professional or licensed professional engineer. House Bill 436 requires compliance by July 1, 2018.
Raftelis Financial Consultants calculated the system development fee for the City of Locust using the “Buy-In Approach” method. This method focuses on existing facilities with available capacity to serve new customers, and the analysis is based on fixed asset records.
On Thursday, March 8, 2018 the Locust City Council heard a presentation from Raftelis Financial Consultants regarding the findings of the system development fee study. As required, the complete report and written analysis can be found here. Following the presentation, the City Council scheduled a 45 day waiting period to solicit written comments from the public. The public comment period closed on Monday, April 23, 2018. The City of Locust did not received public comment. A public hearing is scheduled for May 10, 2018 to adopt system development fees. The City is required to publish the adopted system development fees in the annual budget ordinance, and to update the written analysis at least every 5 years.
To view the study click here.
To ensure all comments are considered by Raftelis Financial Consultants, the City respectfully requests for all public comments to be submitted via certified mail to the following address:
Public Comment: System Development Fees
Attn: Cesar Correa, City Administrator
City of Locust
P.O. Box 190
Locust, NC 28097
For any questions regarding System Development Fees, please contact Cesar Correa, City Administrator at 704-888-5260.
-Pick up is for the entire City on Tuesdays.
-Have your cart at the roadside early in the morning and keep it there until the end of the day to ensure pick up.
-Please take your empty carts back to your house after pick up, at the end of the day on Tuesdays.
-For more information please call City Hall at 704-888-5260.
Please click here for our newly adopted noise ordinance.
Duke Energy maintains numerous outdoor lights to help promote safety and security in public areas. Let us know if an outdoor light or streetlight is out or not working properly.
The first rule of safety is do not touch a power line or anything touching a power line, such as tree limbs, tools and toys. Even power lines that have fallen may be dangerous and should not be moved or disturbed.
Please visit this website to request a streetlight repair: https://www.duke-energy.com/north-carolina/products/lighting/request-light-repair.asp