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Incorporated cities and towns

Alamance County's Incorporated Cities and Towns are home to over 93,850 people.[16]

  • Alamance -the smallest town in Alamance County, population 357
  • Burlington - the largest city in Alamance County, population 50,857.
  • Elon - formerly called "Elon College", population 7,060.
  • Gibsonville - A town shared with Guilford County, population 4,738
  • Graham - the County Seat, population 14,533
  • Green Level - incorporated in 1990, population 2,149
  • Haw River - town named for the river on which it was built, population 2,012
  • Mebane - a city shared with Orange County, population 10,624
  • Ossipee - a small town in Northwestern Alamance County, population 467
  • Swepsonville - a mill town located on the banks of the Haw River, population 1,053


Map of Alamance County, North Carolina With Municipal and Township Labels

The county is divided into thirteen townships, which are both numbered, named, and contain the following municipalities:

 Unincorporated communities

Over 54,000 people do not live in an incorporated community in Alamance County.



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