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Posted on: September 23, 2020

Like online services? We have a few.

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The City of Lenoir has several online services available through the City website. We also have plenty of ways to get in touch with City staff.

Pay Online

Our most popular online service is Pay Online. Customers can pay their City utility bills and tax bills via our payment portal. Residents can also set up an automatic bank draft to pay bills. That way, customers don’t have to bother with logging in each month to make a payment.

Emergency Alerts & Notifications

CodeRED lets staff notify residents and businesses by telephone, text message, email, and social media of time-sensitive information, emergencies, or urgent notifications. The system can reach hundreds of thousands of people in minutes. Click here to visit the City’s CodeRED page. City of Lenoir residents can also sign up for Caldwell County’s CodeRED service to receive county and weather alerts.

Notify Me alerts subscribers about information posted to the City website such as upcoming events, news, youth sports, and more. Residents must sign up for Notify Me. Click here to visit the Notify Me page.

If you want to know what's happening downtown, sign up for the Downtown Lenoir newsletter at DowntownLenoirNC.com. Scroll to the bottom of the page, and hit the "Together We Create. Subscribe." button.

Garbage Pickup Requests

Residents can submit many garbage requests via the website. Customers can report a missed pickup; request their free, monthly bulk pickup; request a white goods pickup, and more. Click the link, fill out the form, and hit submit. We also have an Interactive Route Map searchable by address. More information about our garbage collection services is available on our Garbage Collection page.

Have a Business in Downtown Lenoir?

The Main Street Department provides a listing of downtown businesses at DowntownLenoirNC.com/businesses. If you own or operate a business in downtown, be sure to keep your information updated. Visit DowntownLenoirNC.com/businesses and click the "Add or Update Listing" button to add a business or update your business information.

Job Openings

We keep our job openings posted on our Jobs page. You can view current openings and download an application. Currently, we have openings for our Main Street Community Engagement Coordinator, police officers, and part-time firefighters. Click here to visit the Jobs page.

Like to Volunteer?

When it comes to Main Street programs and events, it’s the volunteers who make it all happen. Main Street staff are always looking for volunteers who love Lenoir and want to help downtown programs, events, and businesses succeed. Visit https://downtownlenoirnc.com/create-with-us/ to learn more about our Downtown Team. Scroll down and click the "Join Us" button to sign up to volunteer.

New to Lenoir?

New residents can download the water, sewer, and trash services application via our Water & Sewer Service page. We also have a New Residents pages that provides links to a lot of local services in Caldwell County and all of our social media.

Police Reports

The Police Department provides online access to arrest, incident, and crash reports via the Police 2 Citizen portal. Citizens can use the P2C portal to search for public safety incidents and access other useful information. Click here to visit the P2C Portal.

Want to know more?

If you are just looking for information about City services, meetings, events, or activities, we have that on the website, too.

If all else fails ...

Contact us. We have several phone numbers listed on our Contact Us page, or you can email staff directly via our Contact Us form.

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