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Departments

City departments and contact information.

Department Directory

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Administration

230 W. Morehead Street
(336) 349-1030
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

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.

 

Boards & Commissions

View information on our various boards and commissions including the ABC Board, Historic Preservation, Housing Authority and more. Find out about meetings, board members and recent updates.

City Council

The City of Reidsville operates under a Council-Manager form of government. While the City Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of the City, the Reidsville City Council establishes the policies for the City of Reidsville and its residents. The City Council is composed of seven members serving four-year terms. The Mayor is an at-large seat and a voting member. In addition to two other at-large positions, there are also two District A seats and two District B seats.

Community Development

Reidsville City Hall

230 W. Morehead Street

Reidsville, NC 27320

(336) 349-1065                                                                                                           

(336) 347-2355 (fax)

Hours: 8:30 am-5 pm

Located on the second floor of Reidsville City Hall, the Department of Community Development is headed by Haywood Cloud, Assistant City Manager of Community Services. The mission of the Community Development Department is to promote and assist development in Reidsville that is consistent with the goals and objectives of the City's comprehensive plan. The department works with citizens and developers to ensure that growth occurs in a manner that enhances the quality of life for the present and future citizens of Reidsville.

Visit our page to access information on:

Economic Development

Reidsville City Hall

230 W. Morehead Street

Reidsville, NC 27320

(336) 347-2307

Hours: 8:30 am-5 pm

The City of Reidsville's Economic Development Department is overseen by Director Jeff Garstka. He works with business and community leaders to establish and maintain a business-friendly climate in Reidsville to help facilitate industrial and commercial retention and recruitment in the City.

 

This department markets the community, develops the downtown/city center, works with property owners to promote economic development and partners with community groups, including the Chamber of Commerce and the Reidsville Downtown Corporation.

 

Working with Garstka in the Economic Development office are Judy Yarbrough, City Marketer/Penn House Manager, 336-349-1099, and Jill Weston, Market Square/Main Street Manager, 336-349-1111.

 

Finance Department

Reidsville City Hall

230 W. Morehead Street

Reidsville, NC 27320

(336) 349-1054 (Customer Service)                                                                                            

Hours: 8:30 am-5 pm

Need to pay your water bill or get water hooked up to a residence or commercial building?

The Finance Department, overseen by Chris Phillips, Assistant City Manager of Administration, is there to help. The Department also issues business registrations, privilege licenses for those selling beer and wine, and peddler licenses as well as sending out the water and sanitation bills.  

Fire Department

Fire Station No. 1

402 S. Scales Street

Reidsville, NC 27320

(336) 349-1024 (Non-Emergency Dispatch)

911 (Emergency Calls Only)

The Reidsville Fire Department operates three fire stations within the City. The headquarters, Fire Station #1, is located at 402 South Scales Street while Fire Station #2 is at 1826 Barnes Street (336-634-3056)  and Fire Station #3 is at 2800 Reid School Road (336-634-3200).

The stations and 27 fire personnel are under the supervision of Fire Chief David Bracken. Working with the Fire Chief are the Assistant Chief/Fire Marshal, Administrative Captain, one daytime training position, and 24 shift personnel.  Shift personnel work on a schedule of 24 hours on duty and 48 hours off.  The three shifts (A, B, and C) include eight personnel per shift.  We have 3 stations with 2 personnel at each station and a shift Battalion Chief at our main Station One.

Human Resources

(336) 349-1058

Email:  HR@reidsvillenc.gov

 

The Human Resources Department is responsible for the recruitment and selection of City employees, position classification and compensation, employee recognition, personnel policy management, benefits administration, worker’s compensation, drug free workplace program, and the employee wellness program.

 
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Information Technology

230 W. Morehead Street

Reidsville, NC 27320

(336) 349-1059

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

The Department of Information Technology provides leadership in the development of powerful, cost-effective technical services and business solutions for City employees.

Information Technology Mission Statement

The mission of the Information Technology department is to provide the City with timely and cost-effective access to information technology (data and telecommunications) appropriate to the mission and goals of the City, and to provide assistance and advice in its use. The Information Technology staff will make a continuous effort to ensure that city operations are making the fullest use of available resources and technologies.

Philosophy

The Information Technology department staff keeps abreast of current technologies and trends, and provides leadership in utilizing these technologies to establish, maintain, and enhance the City.  The Information Technology department provides administration and appropriation of technological support and solutions to our staff and elected officials to enhance the overall service to the citizens and visitors of the City of Reidsville.

Marketing Department

Judy Yarbrough

City Marketer

(336) 349-1099

jyarbrough@reidsvillenc.gov

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Responsible for the marketing of the City of Reidsville. Visit their travel and tourism site for more information on Reidsville.

 

Parks and Recreation

Main Offices and Recreation Center

201 N. Washington Avenue

(336) 349-1090

 

Parks & Recreation Superintendent - Quintin Robertson (336) 349-1090

Senior Center Coordinator - Cindy Baynes (336) 349-1045

Athletics & Teen Center Coordinator (336) 349-1090 or (336) 349-1092

Fitness Center (336) 349-1090

Teen Center (336) 634-0574

Lake Reidsville (336) 349-4738

Lowe's Field (336) 349-1095

Weather Line (336) 349-1020

 

The Parks and Recreation Department is responsible for development and oversight of all the City's recreational activities. Visit our page for details or download our brochure below for an overview of programs and associated costs.

The Penn House

324 Maple Ave.

Reidsville, NC 27320

336-349-1099

jyarbrough@ci.reidsville.nc.us 

 

Located in beautiful Historic Downtown Reidsville, NC, the Penn House offers southern charm and elegance everyone can afford.  Whether it's your wedding, a birthday party, anniversary, business meeting or any special occasion.  We have something to for you!  It's no wonder we are a 2016 Wedding Wire Couples Choice Award Winner!! 

The Police Department

220 W. Morehead Street
Reidsville, NC 27320
(336) 349-1010 (Front Desk)

(336) 634-3300 (Non-Emergency Dispatch)   

(336) 349-1107 (Fax)
911 (Emergency Calls Only)

 

The Reidsville Police Department provides a variety of services and programs to the local residential and business community, and to others who visit the city. 

"Making A Difference"

 

The mission of the Reidsville Police Department is to provide excellent law enforcement services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to the people residing in or visiting Reidsville.  The Police Department embraces a Community Policing philosophy by forming partnerships with the community to prevent crime, resolve crime problems, to protect life and property, and to improve the quality of life and safety of the people in Reidsville.

Public Works

1100 Vance Street

(336) 349-1070

Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

 

The Reidsville Public Works Department oversees a variety of services provided by the City -- from water and sewer issues to snow removal and trash pickup. The City's Public Works Director Chuck Smith supervises and coordinates the department's five operational divisions: Garage, Public Services, Solid Waste Management, Wastewater and Water Treatment Plant.

Reidsville Downtown Corporation

VISION:  

Downtown Reidsville, the nucleus of the "Lucky City" and Rockingham County, is the primary destination for champions of creative community, business inclusiveness and healthy living opportunities. 
 

MISSION: 

The mission of the Reidsville Downtown Corporation is to enhance Reidsville's Downtown so our visitor's enjoy unique and diverse experiences. 

 

Team Reidsville

Join Team Reidsville and be a part of making our community the best it can be. (Currently the

Team Reidsville Training Academy is on hold due to rising COVID-19 numbers, but we hope to resume in 2022.)