ElectriCities provides customer service and safety training, emergency and technical assistance, communications, government affairs and legal services. Through consolidation of these services, members save their customers the expense of administering these functions locally.

ElectriCities also provides management services to the state’s two municipal Power Agencies: North Carolina Municipal Power Agency Number 1 (NCMPA1) and North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency (NCEMPA). Most member cities have been in the electric business for 100 years or more.

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Our History

In 1981, founders Mike and Ali Lubbock moved to the United States from England, bringing extensive waterfowl knowledge with them.  They founded Sylvan Heights Waterfowl in the mountain town of Sylva, North Carolina, and began breeding rare waterfowl from around the world.

Sylvan Heights Avian Breeding Center

In 1989, the Lubbock’s moved the entire collection to Scotland Neck, North Carolina, in the northeast corner of the state.  Sylvan Heights Waterfowl II, now called the Sylvan Heights Avian Breeding Center, was established, and has continued to grow into the largest collection of exotic and rare waterfowl in the world.  The facility now houses more than 3,000 birds representing 140 species, and plays a key role in maintaining the captive populations of several endangered waterfowl species.

Our Mission 


Sylvan Heights Bird Park seeks to advance conservation of waterfowl and wetlands, to act as a local educational resource for avian biology and wetlands ecology, and to serve as an international center for agricultural training and research.





Mayor Eddie Braxton and the Town of Scotland Neck would like to thank the Main Street businesses that are participating in the Adopt-A-Planter Program. The participating businesses are:

  • Branch Banking & Trust
  • H & R Block
  • Hometown Hardware
  • La Casetta Italian Restaurant
  • Leroy Powell's Barber Shop
  • Main Street Internet
  • Scotland Neck Beauty Shop
  • Union Mission Thrift Store
  • The United States Postal Service

Thank you to all participants that signed-up and participated in the Town of Scotland Neck's 16th Annual Country Roads Bike Tour! We hope you enjoyed as much as we did, and we look forward to seeing you all again next year!

Thank you to everyone that came out to the 31st Annual Crepe Myrtle Festival!

I hope everyone enjoyed themselves as much as we did. Thank you to all the vendors that participated, we greatly appreciate all of you and hope to see you at our next event.

We still have just 4 Crepe Myrtle Trees for sale, and also T-shirts!

For more information or to purchase contact 252-826-3152, email: marketingtownofscotlandneck.com, or visit the Municipal Complex 1310 Main St.