"A French-flavored town at the foot of the Uwharries"
Follow a North Carolina Scenic Byway as it curls
under Morrow Mountain, winds through the lush fields of
Valley Drive and drops gently into Badin. On the
National Register of Historic Places, this village in
northeastern Stanly County offers the visitor a pleasant
pause in a quaint setting.
Housed in one of Badin’s original general stores, Badin Town Hall is home to the Badin Administration and Police Departments. The town council chamber, the mayor’s office, the town manager’s office and the assistant clerk’s office are located at Town Hall. In addition to town council meetings, Town Hall serves as a meeting place for a variety of civic organizations. Services provided to citizens at Town Hall include: visitor information; issuance of county burning permits; acceptance of parking ticket payment; public notices.
Click here to visit the Town of Badin Web site.