Beginning in September, the Town will, once again, be offering the Mooresville Citizens Academy, an eight-session class offering an inside look at Town services and facilities.
This year’s Academy will begin on September 6 and conclude with a graduation ceremony at the November Town Board meeting. Classes will be led by department managers and Town officials on Thursday evenings from 6:30 - 9 p.m. There is no charge for this program but space is limited to 20 participants and open to Town residents only.
Both playgrounds at Bellingham Park are closed while a contractor installs rubber mulch. We are sorry for the inconvenience but excited about the finished product! Can't wait for a playground? Check out the new ones at Mazeppa and Cornelius Road parks. For more details, call Mooresville Recreation Department at 704-663-7026.
Production crews with the HBO/Cinemax Series “Banshee” are in town today. Weather permitting, several scenes will be filmed in the downtown area. Portions of Main and Broad streets will be closed during certain scenes for filming and safety. Mooresville Police Department will assist with traffic control during these times.
Assistant Fire Chief Shane LaCount of Mooresville Fire & Rescue has been awarded the professional designation of "Chief Fire Officer" (CFO). The Commission on Professional Credentialing (CPC) met on June 5, 2012, to officially confer the designation upon LaCount, one of only 818 CFOs worldwide.
The Mooresville Town Board approved a Fiscal Year Budget for 2013 of $85,565,621 tonight with a 6-0 vote. The new budget does not include a tax increase as originally proposed by Town Manager Erskine Smith and includes a reduction in the utility rate of 5%.