Located in the northwest corner of Guilford County, Stokesdale is a rural community with a mixture of agricultural and farming areas, businesses, industries, and residential areas. A small business district provides services for the citizens of the area. Several industries are also located within the Town.
The 21.4 square miles included in the incorporated area of the Town is intersected by three major highways, US Highway 158, NC Highway 68, and NC Highway 65. Part of the Town borders a fourth major highway, US Highway 220. With this network of roads, Stokesdale citizens are within a short drive of the larger cities of Greensboro, High Point, Winston Salem, and Reidsville.
Population:5,457 (2010 Census) (Census 2000) 2010 Demographic Profile Data
Land Area:21.4 Square Miles
Northwest Guilford County
Mailing Address: PO Box 465, Stokesdale, NC 27357
Street Address: 8325 Angel Pardue Road, Stokesdale, NC 27357
Town Hall Office Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday
Library Hours: 9:00am to 5:00 pm Monday - Friday
The Town Park is open daily until 11:00PM
Town Council Meetings: 2nd Thursday of each month, 7:00p.m.
Planning Board Meetings: 4th Thursday of each month, 7:00p.m.
Staff: Dale Martin, Town Clerk/Finance Officer, email@example.com
Robin Yount, Deputy Clerk, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimberly Thacker, Budget Officer, email@example.com
Priscilla Hunsucker, Water Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Matchunis, Water Operator, email@example.com
For garbage/waste pick-up please contact Republic Services at (336) 724-0842
Water System Customers: DISRUPTION, please call Town Hall during routine hours and someone will assist you with your account. Click the news and notice tab for emergency contacts.
- Average Annual Precipitation 43 Inches
- Average Snowfall 8.1 Inches
- Average Temperature 58º
Stokesdale should be a town that is quiet and attractive that promotes the “small town” nature of the community. Effort should be made to preserve, maintain, and enhance the rural character, natural habitat, and beauty of the community. There should be a sense of community through both formal and informal association. Residential development should enhance the community through appropriate neighborhood design, connectivity, and environmental protection of the town’s natural resources. The historic nature of the town, especially its downtown, should be preserved and maintained through the addition of businesses and services that cater to the citizens and are in harmony with existing development. Effort should be made to create and enhance the sense of a vibrant community that is safe and convenient for all citizens. The town should promote alternative modes of transportation, including pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian movement throughout the community.