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An Economic Development Work Group has been working to complete an economic development plan for Stallings. Please click here to review the Stallings 2030 Economic Development Plan Draft. 

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The Town of Stallings will host Shred Day on Saturday, April 24, 2021 from 9 a.m. - 12 noon. The event will be held in Stallings Municipal Park. Limit four (4) boxes per resident. 

The following items cannot be accepted at the event:

  • Batteries
  • Electrical...

Stallings Bulk Pick-Up Day will be the week of April 26, 2021. Your items will be collected during your normal scheduled yard waste collection day. Limit four (4) items per resident.

 
 
Acceptable Bulk Waste Items
 
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Town Manager Alex Sewell Credentialed by International Local Government Management Organization

WASHINGTON, D.C.— Alex Sewell, Town Manager of the Town of Stallings, recently received the Credentialed Manager designation from ICMA, the International City/County Management...


UPDATE (January 2021)

Duke Energy, Charter Communications and Windstream have completed relocation of their facilities in the Potter-Pleasant Plains corridor.  Associate Engineer Russell has been instrumental in collaborating with the utility providers...


A State of Emergency has been called for Union County which includes the Town of Stallings. In an effort to be cautious, the meetings of the following Stallings Boards and Committees are hereby cancelled until further notice:

  • Historical Committee
  • Public Safety Advisory...

Union County has opened a three-week public comment period on alternate designs for six critical intersections throughout the County. The intersections were identified in 2019 as part of a 


Corporal Ted Matthews and Officers Lauren Hood, John Lefor, and Josh Smith received the Police Life Saving Award at the Town Council Meeting. The officers' quick actions directly attributed to saving two lives during two unrelated events. #StallingsWay

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Council Members Ayers, Martin and Scholl participated in the groundbreaking of Atrium Health Union West in Stallings on January 24, 2020. The 48-bed hospital is coming to Stallings in 2021. It is a $150 million investment.

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Caught Ya, Ryan! Parks Maintenance Technician Ryan Ridgeway is the latest recipient of the "Caught Ya!" Award for exceptional customer service. Ryan received accolades from a Stallings resident after respectful and professional treatment of that citizen and her service dog. Way to go,...