Downtown Statesville Development Corporation Celebrates ... Downtown Statesville Development Corporation (DSDC) held its Annual Meeting on June 19 at the Statesville Civic Center located at 300 S....
Call for Artists: Applications Available for Fall Fine A... Downtown Statesville Development Corporation is accepting applications from artists who wish to participate in the Fall Art Crawl in Dow...
Summer Activities for the Family in DowntownKey to Escape 150 E. Sharpe St. 704-253-4559 The Mercantile on Broad 108 West Broad St Statesville, NC 28677 980-226-3553 The Watering H...
Father's Day in Downtown StatesvilleCarolina Mountain Sports123 West Broad Street(704) 871-1444What better way to celebrate the dad in your life than a good, old fashioned ...
We Love Our Volunteers!The Chamber of Commerce and DSDC are so fortunate to be able to partner on events in Downtown and therefore, many people have volunteere...
Developers, LMY, Inc., Awarded for their Rehab of Histor... LMY, Inc., the owner and developer of The Jenkins Building in Downtown Statesville received an award for excellence in downtown revitali...
Carla Steele Recognized as Main Street ChampionCarla Steele was recognized as a NC Main Street Champion by the NC Main Street and Rural Planning Center at the NC Main Street Conferenc...
Make Mother's Day Special with the Gift of Downtown!What better way to show your mom how much you love her than by giving her the perfect gift? Downtown Statesville has a great option ...
Business Announcements - May 2024May 2024 Business Announcements for Downtown Statesville, NC.
What Secrets do the Streets of Downtown Statesville Hold?Step into the mysterious past of Statesville and uncover the haunting tale of Riley Fitzpatrick. Riley, a skilled blacksmith with a soft...
Calling All Musicians: Join Us in Making Music on Make M... Downtown Statesville Development Corporation and The Iredell Arts Council are excited to bring Make Music Day Downtown Statesville to yo...
Mysterious "Santer" Wanders Streets of StatesvilleIn the fall of 1890, the residents of Downtown Statesville were terrified of stories of an animal too big to be a cat, yet quick like a ...