Wadesboro Town Hall is located at 124 East Wade Street, Wadesboro, NC 28170.
First settled by Patrick Broggan, the town was established as the Anson County seat of government in 1783 and was known as New Town for its first 4 years. The name was changed to Wadesboro in 1787 to honor Broggan's brother-in-law, Colonel Thomas Wade, who served with distinction in the Revolutionary War.
A post office was established in 1797, named Anson with John West serving as postmaster. In 1802 the post office name was changed to Wadesboro and James Lowery served as postmaster.