Concord is a city in the state of North Carolina that resides in Cabarrus County and has a population of over 80,000 residents. Concord, NC is the twelfth largest city in North Carolina at 60 square miles large. Concord, NC was first settled in 1750 and was instantly a popular place to live and grew rapidly through the years. Concord, NC was first incorporated in 1806 and many of the original businesses and homes can still be seen throughout the main streets of the 3 historic districts: North Union, South Union, and Edgewood Ave. One of the greatest tourist attractions of the North Union Historic District is Memorial Garden; it is a garden that winds through a 200 year old cemetery of the First Presbyterian Church. The Memorial Garden is only a short walk from downtown Concord, NC, which is filled with restaurants, banks, shops, and other services. You can learn more about the restaurants, banks, shops, and services in Concord, NC in the Concord, NC Business Directory and Yellow Pages.
Concord, NC has tons of public transportation and other transportation services that will take you all over the city to all of the most popular tourist attractions and businesses. The public transit bus service in Concord, NC is known as the CKRider that provides services throughout most of the city and beyond to destinations including Kannapolis and Charlotte. If you are taking a longer trip, Greyhound and Amtrak serves the greater Concord, NC area and beyond. Concord, NC has two major airports in the city limits, The Concord Regional Airport (JQF) and The Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT). You can learn more about all of the transportation services and public transportation services throughout Concord, NC in the Concord, NC Business Directory and the Yellow Pages.
If you are thinking of relocating to Concord, NC to live and/or work you will find a vast array of public and private schools, colleges, and many different businesses throughout the city. The award-winning public school system in Concord, NC consists of 12 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, and 5 high schools. For higher education, residents may choose from Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Cabarrus College of Health Sciences, Barber-Scotia College, and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte located a few miles southwest of Concord. Some of the local attractions throughout the city of Concord, NC include Cabarrus Arena & Events Center, the Carolina Mall, The Concord Mills Mall, the Conconrd Speedway, The Great Wolf Lodge, The Charlotte Motor Speedway, and the zMax Dragway. You can learn more about the public, private, and higher education school systems as well as the businesses and the local attractions throughout the city of Concord, NC in the Concord, NC Business Directory and Yellow Pages.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan