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Administration

The City of Reidsville Administrative Offices are located in City Hall and include the office of the City Manager, City Clerk and Deputy City Clerk. Specific services provided are aiding citizens in getting streetlights repaired and assisting those wishing to close a street temporarily for a parade or street event. The City's Code of Ordinances is also maintained by the City Clerk's Office and questions about City Ordinances can be answered through this office.

City Manager

Appointed by the Reidsville City Council, the City Manager Summer Woodard is the chief administrative officer of the City, implementing all policies, programs and ordinances as adopted by the Council. The City Manager is responsible for the administration of all personnel matters, including hiring and firing of department heads and employees, and directs and supervises the administration of all departments, offices and agencies of the city. The City Manager evaluates any concerns within the community and attempts to find solutions to those problems. 

City Clerk/Public Information Officer

City Clerk Angela G. Stadler, CMC/NCCMC, is responsible for keeping accurate minutes of all City Council meetings as well as recording all ordinances, resolutions, motions and votes made by the Council. The Clerk also advertises all public meetings and hearings and compiles and distributes the Council agendas, which are available one week prior to the Council’s regular meeting. The Clerk also serves as an information liaison for the public and the media. Among her duties is serving as the Webmaster for the City of Reidsville website, www.reidsvillenc.gov and being the City's Facebook coordinator. She is also the City's ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Coordinator. Stadler is assisted by Deputy City Clerk Cindy Farris, who also serves as staff liaison to the Human Relations Commission.

City Attorney

City Attorney William F. McLeod Jr. is an advisor on questions of law and procedure for the City Council and City Government. The Attorney attends all City Council meetings as required and represents the City and its officials in all legal matters. Among the City Attorney’s duties are the drafting of ordinances, resolutions, legal opinions and other legal documents.

Holiday Schedule

City offices will be closed on the following holidays in 2021: (Schedule is always subject to change by the City Manager)

 

 

January 1, New Year's Day

 

January 18, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday

 

April 2, Good Friday (Easter)

 

May 31, Memorial Day

 

July 5, Independence Day

 

September 6, Labor Day 

 

November 11, Veterans' Day

 

November 25-26, Thanksgiving

 

December 22-24, Christmas



Want to know the City's holiday schedule for trash pickup and the Recycling Center? Click here.

Monthly EOJ

How To Articles

 

Below are a list of Frequently Asked Questions on how to process different requests through the City.

Street Closing Procedure

What is the procedure for temporarily closing a City street for a parade or special event?

 

First, you must secure a permit by contacting the City Manager's Office at 349-1030. Copies of the City's Parades and Special Events OrdinanceList of Available City Venues and Permit Applications are available in the office located in Reidsville City Hall, 230 W. Morehead Street, or online in our Document Center, along with a Waiver form. (Hard copies can be obtained by calling the City Manager's Office at 349-1030.)

Applications to close temporarily a City street must be filed with the City Manager at least 30 calendar days and not more than 180 days before the date of the proposed event. If a request is denied, the applicant may appeal to the City Council, which will require a special meeting that must be advertised at least 48 hours in advance of the Council meeting.

Learn more about changes made in 2016 to Street Closing Procedures.

Streetlight Outages

Citizens can report light outages on both public and private property by going to the Duke Energy website, https://www.duke-energy.com/customer-service/request-light-repair. Type in the address nearest to the light pole. Once the map is displayed, click on the appropriate light pole. Only public light poles will be displayed; however, if you want to report a light outage on private property, hover over the correct address, and you should be able to report the problem. If no problems have been reported, click on the "Report a Problem" button and fill out the necessary request.

To report a streetlight outage on public property within the City limits of Reidsville, citizens can also call the City Manager's Office at City Hall, 336-349-1030.

The Deputy City Clerk is in charge of this procedure for the City. Once she learns of the outage, the Deputy Clerk uses Duke Energy's online system to report City streetlight outages. Duke Energy informs us that if it is a standard light outage, the company should be able to correct the situation within three business days.

There is a current moratorium on adding new streetlights throughout the City due to budgetary constraints.

 

Monthly Eden's Own Journal Articles

 

As part of her Public Information Officer duties, City Clerk Angela G. Stadler has started writing columns for Eden's Own Journal under the title "Roaming Around Reidsville." Stadler usually gives an update on a main topic and then adds a list of events happening around the City which may be of interest to both residents and visitors. Her inaugural column was made available in March of 2018.

2021

May 2021 Column

Market Square Farmer's Market

April 2021 Column

Lake Reidsville Improvements

March 2021 Column

"Shout Out" to Public Works!

February 2021 Column

Toymakerz & The Fast Society

January 2021 Column
City Accomplishments Under Manager Mitchell

2020

December 2020 Column
"Saving Christmas"

November 2020 Column

Downtown Area Projects

October 2020 Column

The Depot District

September 2020 Column

The Block Mural

August 2020 Column

Old North State League

July 2020 Column

Walking Trails

June 2020 Column

Independence Day Changes

May 2020 Column

Driving Art Tour

April 2020 Column

Local COVID-19 Actions

March 2020 Column

Growing Recreational Ball Leagues

February 2020 Column

The Reidsville Teen Center

January 2020 Column

The City's "Oldest" Employee

2019

December 2019 Column
Reidsville's Sesquicentennial

November 2019 Column

Census 2020 Campaign Begins

October 2019 Column

I-785 Gains Funding

September 2019 Column

Moss Street Partnership School & More

August 2019 Column

Increasing Rec League Participation

July 2019 Column

Independence Day Celebration

June 2019 Column

Lake Reidsville

May 2019 Column

New & Continuing Events in May

April 2019 Column

Adult Sports Leagues

March 2019 ColumnTeam

Reidsville Training Camp

February 2019 Column

Retiring in Reidsville

January 2019 Column

Team Reidsville

2018

December 2018 Column
Reidsville's Giving Organizations

November 2018 Column

Holiday Happenings

October 2018 Column

Fall Jubilee in Downtown Reidsville

September 2018 Column

Project DREAM in Reidsville's Downtown

August 2018 Column

Parks Improvements & Amenities

July 2018 Column

"Reside in Reidsville" Program for New Residents

June 2018 Column

Economic Development in the City

May 2018 Column

Making Plans for Donated Land at Lake Reidsville

 

April 2018 Column

Downtown Parking

March 2018 Column

"Roam Reidsville" QR Video Tour