Holiday Office Closings
The Town of Biscoe offices are closed on the following holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving (Thursday and Friday), Christmas (2 days).
Welcome to the Town of Biscoe
Located in the Heart of NC, 3 miles South of the Geographic Center of the State, the Town of Biscoe represents everything that is good about this great State. Whether your traveling to the Beaches or the Mountains, Biscoe is your midway point to Everywhere.
Local Government is the government closest to the people, and with that responsibility, comes a great deal of respect for our citizens. This year, the Town of Biscoe has 1,754 citizens and Your Board of Commissioners is working hard to represent all of you. If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to come to Town Hall and speak with a member of our staff. We are here to protect Biscoe and all 1,754 citizens that make Biscoe a Great place to live, work, and call HOME..
DIRECTIONS Traveling westbound or eastbound on I-40, take the Asheboro exit in Greensboro and head south on US 73/74 approximately 55 miles to the Biscoe exit. If you are headed northbound or southbound, find US 73/74 and follow the signs until you reach our Town. If you are traveling from Charlotte or Raleigh, take NC 24/27 and you will find Biscoe in approximately an hour and a half.
If you have any issues, concerns, or would simply like to talk to a member of our Town Staff, stop by Town Hall during office hours. We encourage everyone to come to our monthly Board of Commissioners meetings in an effort to help us build a more informed citizenry. If you cannot make it to town hall or to a meeting, then please feel free to use the Contact the Town Manager link to alert your local government about your views and opinions on any municipal matters. If you would like to learn more about the Montgomery County Economic Development Commission, simply click the highlighted title.
We still have a number of Commemorative Coins recognizing 100 years of incorporation of the Town of Biscoe. If you would like to purchase one of these coins, please use the comments form to contact Town Manager Brooks Lockhart. Centennial Coins are $25 a piece and if you would like to have your order mailed to you, please include your address and add an additional $2.50 per coin.