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Stallings welcomes Brad Richardson as its newest Council Member. Richardson was appointed and sworn in on October 14, 2019 to fill the District Seat 6 vacancy. #StallingsWay


CHARLOTTE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ORGANIZATION OPENS PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR THE 2023-2032

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Development IN NCDOT PRIORITIZATION 6.0

The Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO) is in the process of developing...


Caught Ya, Brian! Director of Public Works Brian Price received the "Caught Ya!" Award for exceptional customer service on September 11. When informed a child's gaming system had been misplaced in the park, Brian used his personal money to replace the system for the child. #StallingsWay


STALLINGS COUNCIL SEAT VACANCY

The Stallings Town Council is now accepting letters of interest for the District 6 Council Seat. The candidate must be eligible to vote in Stallings and reside in Stallings District 6 (the general area of the neighborhoods of Callonwood, Chestnut Place 2, Chestnut...


Caught Ya, Kolleen! Code Enforcement Officer Kolleen Dickinson received the "Caught Ya!" Award on Aug. 30 for displaying exceptional customer service and working efficiently to save time and/or money.

Jake Griffin, Public Works, and Mary McCall, Accounting Technician, were also...


Caught Ya, Meredith! Special Events Coordinator, Meredith Batchelor received the Caught Ya Award for her excellent planning, leadership, and execution of the Stallings Touch-A-Truck Event. Way to go, Meredith! #StallingsWay



Stallings welcomes its newest Council Member Billy Birt, Jr. to the District Seat 5. Mr. Birt was sworn in on Monday, April 15 and immediately got to work in a budget session. Welcome to The Stallings Way, Mr. Birt!


Stallings Police Chief Minor E. Plyler, Jr. has retired after over 35 years of service in law enforcement/emergency services. Appointed as Stallings Police Chief in June 2012, Plyler has served five law enforcement agencies over his career including a five-year stint as the Director of Emergency Communications/911...


Caught Ya, Ashley! Director of Parks and Recreation Ashley Platts received the Caught Ya Award for going above and beyond to help a citizen resolve an issue for another department. That’s the Stallings Way!


Announcing Stallings 101 - A Citizens Academy covering everything Stallings.

This series of informative presentations will cover the history of Stallings, how Town government works, police and fire services, and new transportation projects....


On Tuesday, March 5, Stallings held a Groundbreaking Ceremony for the New Town Hall and Public Works Facilities. These two new facilites will house new Council Chambers, Parks and Recreation Staff, and Public Works Staff. The entire project will be complete by October 2019. Thank you...


Caught Ya, Cpl. Mario Zepeda! Because of his quick response and selflessness, a missing juvenile was returned safely to her parents! Congratulations, Cpl. Zepeda, on receiving the Stallings Caught Ya Award for a job well done!


After over two years of careful planning, tweeking, and discussion, things are now moving on the Stallings New Town Hall and Public Works Facility. We are excited to put a great vision into action!


Stallings announced its two annual staff awards on Thursday, December 20 to two deserving recipients. Code Enforcement Officer Kolleen Dickinson received the 2018 Marie K. Garris Employee of the Year Award and Sgt. Rodney Ivey received the 2018 Lucy Drake Officer of Year Award. Congratulations to...


Associate Engineer Kevin Parker received the Caught Ya Award on November 28. Mr. Parker voluntarily worked outside of his normal duties and successfully reworked the administration camera monitoring system saving the Town the expense on replacing the system. Congratulations, Kevin!


Sgt. Ben Davis received the Caught Ya Award at Stallings Fest on October 20, 2018. Sgt. Davis displayed excellent customer service skills and effort in organizing this year's National Night Out among several Stallings neighborhoods. Congratulations, Sgt. Davis!

Sgt. Davis is pictured...


Atrium Health applies for Certificate of Need for new hospital campus in western Union County

As part of Atrium Health’s mission to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing – for all, and in order to bring high quality and convenient access to care for...


In the past several weeks, Corporal Grant Wrenn has gone above the call of duty by aggressively working drug interdiction and enforcement in the Town of Stallings. Cpl. Wrenn has worked tirelessly to stem the sale and distribution of illegal drugs in our Town by using advanced surveillance and proactive...


With the Monroe Expressway scheduled to open in November, NC Quick Pass opened two customer service centers on Tuesday, Oct. 2.

NC Quick Pass is the North Carolina Turnpike Authority's toll collection program for the Triangle Expressway and future Monroe Expressway. NC Quick Pass offers...


The Town of Stallings is recognizing Linda Tamilia, Parks and Recreation Administrator, for checking on a customer at the Civic Building when she noticed they needed help on a Saturday. Her quick thinking and problem solving repaired the issue at hand. She stayed to monitor the rental on a day off...


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The Town of Stallings is recognizing Susan Dellinger, Administrative Services Manager for the Stallings Police Department, for leading a safety program that reduced our worker compensation experience modification rate. She saved the Town approximately $25,000.


FY 2018-19 TOWN COUNCIL PRIORITIES

  1.  Improve Transportation Infrastructure/Reduce Congestion
    1. Develop street cross-sections.
    2. Advocate to NC DOT on a regular basis for improvements.
    3. ...

Stallings, North Carolina – The Town of Stallings has been ranked as the sixth healthiest housing market in North Carolina by a financial technology company, SmartAsset.

A healthy housing market is defined as a stable and affordable market. SmartAsset considered stability,...


The Town of Stallings is recognizing Kolleen Dickinson, Town Code Enforcement Officer, for her extraordinary work and dedication! Kolleen has also began the litter pick ups along Stallings Road and Lawyers Road since she began working with the Town in January. We are so proud to have Kolleen working...


STALLINGS- Positioned along the Mecklenburg County line, the Town of Stallings has long been known as “The Gateway to Union County.”   With the surge of growth in the Charlotte region and construction of the long-awaited Monroe Bypass, Stallings is situated to become more than...


STALLINGS- The N.C. Department of Transportation is constructing a controlled access expressway extending nearly 20 miles from U.S. 74 near I-485 in Mecklenburg County to U.S. 74 between the towns of Wingate and Marshville in Union County. The construction cost of this project is approximately...