704-888-2386 • 103 W Stanly Street, Stanfield, NC 28163

Public Works

The Town of Stanfield Public Works Department maintains all town-owned streets. Waste collection, street lighting, and beautification also fall within this department. Street lighting is contracted with Duke Power. All streets within Stanfield have at least one streetlight. The Town of Stanfield is pleased to offer this service to its residents. Our streets and neighborhoods are safer when well lit.

Currently, the Town of Stanfield has approximately eleven miles of town-owned streets. Along with street maintenance, the Town of Stanfield also maintains rights of way and street signage along town-owned streets. Residents are encouraged to report any street problems (potholes, missing signage, street light outage, etc.). Residents may call or stop by Stanfield Town Hall to report any problems. Residents may also send an email referencing any particular street maintenance issues.

Waste Collection

The Town of Stanfield currently contracts with Waste Management for waste removal services. All residences and businesses within the Town of Stanfield are issued one rollout waste container. Waste collection for Stanfield occurs each Tuesday. All rollout containers should be placed at the curb on Monday evening. Residents may call Stanfield Town HAll to order waste removal service, or to report any garbage complaint such as broken wheels or broken containers.

Leaf Pick-Up

The Town of Stanfield offers 3 leaf pick-ups during Fall/Winter months. These dates will be advertised in the Stanly News & Press, The Weekly Post, as a note on monthly bills and on this website. Residents are not required to call to request leaf pick-up. Residents are asked to place loose (not bagged) leaves at the curb prior to the date of service. Please do not mix limbs or any other debris with the un-bagged leaves.

Limb Pick-Up

The Town of Stanfield offers 1 limb pick-up per year to be scheduled for Spring. Dates will be in the announcement section on Home page.

Special Clean-up Days

The Town of Stanfield holds 2 large clean-up days each year in the Spring. These clean-ups consist of items that are not normally picked up in your regular waste collection. Chemicals, hazardous materials, tires, batteries, and construction debris will NOT be accepted. These dates will also be advertised in the Stanly News & Press, and The Weekly Post, as a note on monthly bills and on this website Home page. Listed below are examples of items that will be collected during the clean-up.

White Goods

Large appliances: stoves refrigerators, freezers, hot water heaters, air conditioner window units, washer/dryer, dishwasher, etc.
Metal: bicycles, bed springs, metal swing sets, etc.

Brown Goods

Furniture: sofas, chairs, tables, beds, matresses. etc.

Contact Us

704-888-2386
103 W Stanly Street
Stanfield, NC 28163

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Deer are on the move in our area and motorists should be very cautious while driving not only on the rural roads and highways, but also in town. There have been a number of deer struck by vehicles in and around Stanfield in the last couple of weeks and our officers have seen quite a few deer on the roadways especially after dark.

Remember to scan the roadway and shoulders as far ahead as possible and watch for the glint of eyes reflecting in your headlights. Most importantly though, reduce your speed to give yourself time to react to avoid a collision.
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Following a ten month investigation the Stanfield Police Department obtained a felony arrest warrant for Stanfield resident Tony Ray Aldridge for a charge of incest. The investigation stemmed from reports that a child had been born of an incestuous relationship and involved case workers from the Department of Social Services. Both the mother and child are now in the custody of DSS.

During the investigation, the Stanly County Sheriff's Office was brought in when it was discovered that Mr. Aldridge, a convicted sex offender, was in violation of the terms of the sex offender registry. The Sheriff's Office obtained it's own warrants on charges related to the registry violations.

At 8:20 am this morning, a raid was conducted on the residence located at 236 Oak St. in Stanfield to serve the arrest warrants and a search warrant in reference to these charges. While searching the residence we located a number of firearms in the home as well as a clandestine lab used for the manufacture of methamphetamine in an outbuilding behind the home.

The scene was secured and the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation was called in to dismantle the lab.

Mr. Aldridge is being held under $250,000 secured bond at the Stanly County Jail for the following charges: Incest, Fail to Notify the Sheriff's Office of Change of Address for the Sex Offender Registry, Fail to Notify the Sheriff's Office of Online Identifier by Convicted Sex Offender and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon. Charges related to the meth lab are pending.

In addition to Mr. Aldridge, two other residents of the home now face charges relating to the manufacture of methamphetamine. Carol Aldridge Gates and Matthew Lee Kiddey were charged with Possession with Intent to Manufacture, Sell or Deliver Methamphetamine or Methamphetamine Precursor and with Maintaining a Dwelling for the Storage or Sale of a Controlled Substance. They are being held at the Stanly County Jail under a secured bond of $25,000 each.
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We at the Stanfield Police Department join with a grateful nation to offer our most sincere gratitude to each of you who has served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America.

Thank you for your service! May you have a blessed and Happy Veterans' Day.
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This occurred last night in Oakboro. Please report any suspicious vehicles in local neighborhoods. ... See MoreSee Less

Last night, we had more than Two DOZEN vehicles broken into - in two separate Oakboro neighborhoods. This is believed to have happened sometime between the hours of 3-6am Sunday morning. We are as...

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Happy Halloween everybody! Have fun and be safe while out trick-or-treating and please stop by the Log Barn for some goodies between 5:00 and 7:30! ... See MoreSee Less

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