Fall leaf collection to Begin Monday, October 14th – Continue through January 3rd


Fall leaf collection is scheduled to begin Monday, October 14th, 2019.  Pickup will continue through Friday, January 3, 2020. Leaves should be raked to the curb, not into the streets.   For the safety of the town crew, do not rake closer than 25 feet to an intersection and do not rake within 10 feet of a power pole. DO NOT RAKE LIMBS OR BRANCHES WITH THE LEAVES! DO NOT BAG LEAVES! Bagged leaves and yard waste such as limbs, branches, brush and grass clippings, etc. will not be picked up.

Fall leaf collection to Begin Monday, October 14th – Continue through January 3rd2019-10-10T15:23:39+00:00

Mocksville Police Department Announces Organizational Assessment


On Tuesday, October 1st, The Mocksville Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the recommendations and implementation timeline from Developmental Associates' organizational assessment for the Mocksville Police Department. Developmental Associates was retained at the August 20th Board Meeting to assist The Town of Mocksville regarding a staffing and performance assessment of the Mocksville Police Department.  Developmental Associates, LLC has more than 30 years' experience in performing management and human resources consulting in North Carolina. The Mocksville Police Department is committed to the philosophy that effective and efficient police services are critically important to community success and image. Senior Consultants Chief and Chief Pat [...]

Mocksville Police Department Announces Organizational Assessment2019-10-09T20:32:53+00:00



For new service an application must be completed at Town Hall. All renters are required to pay $200 deposit. Deposits are applied to the final bill. Homeowners are required to show proof of ownership in order to have the deposit waived. Billing is prepared bi-monthly. Bill are due bi-monthly on the 20th and if the 20th falls on a holiday or weekend, payment is due by the following business day. A late fee of $25 will be applied to any unpaid accounts that were due on or by the 20th. The Town offers payment by check, money order, cash, online, bank [...]

“NEW” UTILITY BILLING POLICY ADOPTED JULY 16, 20192019-10-04T11:37:54+00:00

A Message from the Mayor –


As mayor of the Town of Mocksville, I have the privilege of speaking to students at schools across the county regarding municipal government and civics. I always enjoy the questions elementary students ask about what I do as mayor and their perception versus reality. Due to several questions being asked in various media venues over the past several weeks, I thought it would be beneficial to relay the basics of our local government structure for the readers of our local publication. All three incorporated municipalities in Davie County (Bermuda Run, Cooleemee and Mocksville) are governed by a Council-Manager form of government. This means that the board hires a [...]

A Message from the Mayor –2019-10-09T20:23:10+00:00

Town of Mocksville Implements More Advanced Electronic Bill Pay Service


The Town of Mocksville is pleased to announce the launch of its new online billing and payment service through Invoice Cloud, offering customers greater flexibility to view and pay their Utility bills online. Additionally, customers will have more choices to pay their bill, including by phone and by text. The new, easy-to-use payment portal provides customers with quick access to their account to view bills, check their balance, make payments and enroll in paperless billing. Features include an “at a glance” dashboard, securely storing payment information (if requested), and more automatic payment options including: choosing a specific day for payments to [...]

Town of Mocksville Implements More Advanced Electronic Bill Pay Service2019-07-01T19:10:12+00:00