WELCOME TO RUTHERFORDTON, NORTH CAROLINA!
Established in 1787, Rutherfordton is among the oldest towns in western North Carolina and is the seat of the oldest continuous government in the region. Steeped in history since the Revolutionary War, this Town has managed to keep its “old time” charm while progressing into the 21st century. From the cluster of antebellum houses in the historic district at the north end of Town to the fiber optic hub on the south end, this Town spans centuries.
Downtown Rutherfordton is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district and is a beautiful representation of rural western North Carolina small towns. Situated on ridges, its elevations offer great views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and its location in the Isothermal Belt means mild weather and outstanding beauty in four distinct seasons.
News and Events:
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. In support of our friend, Forest City Mayor Dennis Tarlton, We took the ice bucket challenge! Please click here to view the event.
RECYCLING PROGRAM COLLECTION CHANGES
Due to the variations in the number of homes participating each week in recycling, the actual time it takes to collect recycling and when it will be collected can vary. To help facilitate more consistent collection times, recycling will be split over two days. The majority of the Town will remain on Wednesday collections, but the Forest Hills subdivision will have recycling collected on Thursdays beginning May 22, 2014. Please continue to have all recycling on the curb by 7:30 a.m. on collection day.Please recycle the following items:
|- Newspaper and all inserts||- Gable-top paper cartons. Example milk cartons|
|- White paper and office paper||- Magazines, catalogs and mail|
|- Aluminum food and beverage containers||- Aseptic juice cartons|
|- Steel/Tin food cans||- All Glass food and beverage containers|
|- Telephone books||- Corrugated cardboard|
|- Paperboard, cereal boxes, shoeboxes, pizza boxes||- Paperback and hardbound books|
|- All plastics #1-7||- All other mixed paper|
For more information about recycling outside the Town limits and throughout the County, please visit www.WeSortForYou.com
Town Council Meetings. Regular Town Council meetings are the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at Town Hall ( 129 N. Main St). The Public is welcome. An agenda will be posted a few days prior to the meeting. To view the agenda, click on the "agenda and minutes" button in the left margin of this page.
This website covers some of the most requested topics and information about the Town. The objective is to provide accurate, relevant, and up-to-date information of public interest in a convenient format.
If there is information you’d like to see or have any additional questions, please e-mail us at email@example.com. If you would like to contact a specific department click here for contact information.
129 N. Main St.
Rutherfordton, NC 28139
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday through Friday
Prime Downtown Office Space Available in the recently renovated Woodrow Jones Building at 146 N. Main St in downtown Rutherfordton. Offices from 130-270 sq. ft. reasonably priced, $175-$350 per month. Great for small office or entrepreneurs. Access to large meeting rooms & Internet available. Call Town Hall at 828-287-3520.
Crestview Park Use Policy and Fee Schedule. Please click here to review the policy regarding rentals, reservations, and approved park uses.
BUDGET AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS:
The FY July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015 budget is available on line.. The approved budget is now available. To view a copy, click on the
The FY July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 annual financial report is available on line. . To view a copy, click on the
Used Vehicle And Equipment Auction: Visit
|Rutherford Town Revitalization||www.rutherfordtown.com|
|Rutherford County Tourism Development Authority||www.rutherfordtourism.com|
|Rutherford County Economic Development||www.rutherfordncedc.com|
|Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce||www.rutherfordcoc.org|
|Rutherford County Schools||www.rcsnc.org|
|Broad River Water Authority||www.NCBRWA.com|
|Division of Motor Vehicles||www.ncdot.org/DMV|
|Isothermal Community College Small Business Center||http://www.isothermal.edu/small-business/|