Reidsville City Government

The City of Reidsville operates under a Council-Manager form of government. The City Council directs the policy for the City while the City Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of City Government. The City Manager reports directly to the City Council and is responsible for all City Departments, including Administration; Community Development; Finance & Human Resources; Fire; Information Technology; Business Development (Main Street & Reidsville Downtown Corporation); Marketing (Penn House & Market Square): Parks & Recreation (Lake Hunt, Lake Reidsville, Senior Center, Teen Center); Police; and Public Works.

Reidsville City offices are located throughout the City. Reidsville City Hall, located at 230 W. Morehead Street, houses Administration, Community Development, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology and the Main Street Program. The Police Department is located next door at 220 W. Morehead Street.

The main offices of Parks & Recreation are at 200 Franklin Street, which includes the Fitness Center in the basement of the building. Also, located at the back of the building fronting Washington Avenue is the Reidsville Senior Center although a new building is currently being constructed down the street. Parks & Rec also oversees Lake Reidsville and Lake Hunt.

The Reidsville Fire Department has three stations with headquarters on South Scales Street and stations on Reid School Road and Barnes Street.

The Public Works Department, 1100 Vance Street, includes the main offices and garage area. Nearby is the Recycling Center on 709 Marcellus Street. Other facilities include the Water Treatment Plant at 278 Reid Lake Road and the Wastewater Treatment Plant at 407 Broad Street.

The Marketing Department operates out of The Penn House located at 324 Maple Street and includes promotions and rental of downtown's Market Square.