Mount Airy City, Surry County, North Carolina (NC)

Mount Airy City

Surry County, North Carolina

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Mount Airy City Hall is located at 300 South Main Street, Mount Airy, NC 28030.
Phone: 336‑786‑3501.

Neighborhoods

  • Bannerwood
  • Mount Airy Historic District
  • Alta Vista
  • Arlington Heights
  • Big Dan Lake
  • Boxwood Estates
  • Braircliffe
  • Briarfield
  • Brookdale
  • Brush Arbors
  • Burkewood
  • C C Condos
  • Callaway
  • Caudle Road
  • Chandler Hill
  • Chateau Condos
  • Colonial Woods
  • Country Club Condos
  • Country Club Estates
  • Country Manor
  • Cross Creek
  • Crosswinds
  • Donohoe
  • Fairfield
  • Fairfield Forest
  • Forestview
  • Foxcroft
  • Franklin Heights
  • Franklin View Condos
  • Granite Hill
  • Graves Heights
  • Greenfield
  • Greystone Condos
  • Gwynwood
  • Hamburg Addition
  • Haymore
  • Hazelnut Plantation
  • Heatherstone
  • Highland Park
  • Holly Hill Estates
  • Indian Spring
  • Indian Springs
  • Knollwood
  • Landmark Estates
  • Laurel Creek
  • Laurel Hills
  • Lynnewood
  • McBride Heights
  • Meadow Creek Manor
  • Millerode Forest
  • Mountain View
  • Mountain View Acres
  • Myers Acres
  • Myers Estates
  • North Summit
  • Northwood
  • Oakwood
  • Oakwood Estates
  • Old Springs Condos
  • Orchard Hills
  • Orchard View
  • Oxbow Rancho
  • Peakland Place
  • Pine Crest
  • Rawley Heights
  • Renfro Lofts
  • Riverhill Estates
  • Rivermont
  • Riverside Acres
  • Rosedale Orchard
  • Salem Condos
  • Sky View
  • Smith Landing
  • Smith Woods
  • South View
  • Southridge
  • Spring Hill Estates
  • Stone Creek
  • Stonecroft
  • Sunbow
  • Sunset
  • Sycamore Hills
  • Taylor Park
  • Town And Country Woods
  • Twin Oaks
  • Wedgewood
  • Westwood
  • White Oak
  • White Sulphur Springs
  • Woodbridge
  • Woodbury
  • Woodcreek
  • Woodside Estates
  • Woodside Estates

Beginnings [1]

The valley in which lies Mount Airy was know by early settlers as The Hollows. The small community began being settled in the 1820s, growing up as a stop along the stagecoach route connecting Salem (now Winston-Salem), North Carolina with Wytheville, Virginia. By the late 1850s Mount Airy had grown to a village of about 300 people, It contained at the time a tavern, a textile factory, a wagon & buggy shop and several other small mercantile establishments.


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