Montgomery County, North Carolina
Xavier Richardson Nov. 20, 2015
Montgomery County, NC information
Montgomery County is named in honor and respect of Revolutionary War Brigadier General Richard Montgomery. Montgomery is located in the South Piedmont region and it was founded in 1779. Its County Board of Commissioners only has 5 members and the County Manager is Matthew Woodard. It is also home to beautiful natural landmarks such as the Mt. Gilead Industrial Park and the Uwharrie National Forest. There are tourist attractions as well like the Montgomery County Theater and the Badin lake. Montgomery County borders Randolph County, Moore County, Richmond County, Stanly County, and Davidson County.
Montgomery County Seat
The County Seat of Montgomery County is Troy. There are also 5 members on the County Seat and the Mayor is Roy Maness. Troy is known for the short story by Charles W. Chesnutt, called "The Sheriff's Children." Troy also has tourist attractions such as Hotel Troy and the Montgomery County Courthouse.