Welcome to Granville County, a truly beautiful place to visit and live!

Granville County is located in the North Carolina’s Northeast Piedmont Region or the upper Piedmont plateau. It covers 536 square miles at an average elevation of 476 feet. Granville County is bordered by Vance County to the east, Franklin County to the southeast, Wake County to the south, Durham County to the southwest, Person County to the west and Virginia to the north. It is located approximately halfway between New York and Florida. Approximately 35% of the United States population are within a twelve hour drive of Granville County The internationally renowned Research Triangle Park, the world’s largest research complex, is only a 30-minute drive. Interstate 85 runs through the county providing easy access in all directions. The county seat is Oxford.
SCENES FROM AROUND GRANVILLE COUNTY
MEDICAL
Granville Health Center is an excellent primary care facility located on College Street in Oxford. For emergencies, a helicopter can transport patients to Duke University Medical Center in just a few minutes from the pad at Granville Medical Center.
CLIMATE
Average Temperature in January: 38 Degrees
Average Temperature in July: 78 Degrees
Average Rainfall: 45.5 Inches
POPULATION
(2010 Census for Municipalities)
Granville County: 59,916 people in 20,628 households
City of Oxford: 8,461
City of Creedmoor: 4,124
Town of Stem: 462
Town of Stovall: 418
Town of Butner: 7,591
Median Age: 36.18
EMPLOYMENT DATA
Per Capita Personal Income (2010) $21,201
Median Family Income (2010) $56,493
Gross Retail Sales (2011) $411,283,888
Call the chamber for information or referrals for one of our member businesses or organizations.   You can also stop by for member business cards or brochures and regional/state maps.
Call 919-693-6125

COMMUNITIES IN GRANVILLE COUNTY

Town of Butner

City of Creedmoor

City of Oxford

Town of Stem

Town of Stovall