Welcome to Downtown First Saturdays! Shop, Dine, Relax. Starts at 1pm on March 1, April 5, May 3, June 7, July 5, August 2, September 6, October 4, November 1, and December 6. Great food, sales, music & more! Saturday, June 7th - Schedule of Events More information coming soon! … Read More
Saturdays: 8am - 12 noon (April - October) Wednesdays & Saturdays: 8am - 12 noon (June - August) Like Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter We are very excited and hope that this year brings you and the market much success. NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN AT THE STANLY COUNTY FARMERS MARKET Beginning Saturday, July 12, customers and vendors will see a new traffic pattern during market hours. The opening closest to the railroad tracks will now be One Way – … Read More
Why invest in Downtown? Downtown districts are prominent employment centers. Even the smallest commercial district employs hundreds of people, and often the district is collectively the community's largest employer. The downtown district is a reflection of community. Image, pride, prosperity, and level of investment — critical factors in business retention and recruitment efforts. Downtown represents a significant portion of the community's tax base. If the district declines, … Read More
ADDC was established in August of 1989 and has accomplished many tasks over its 25 years in operation. Our purpose is to aid and promote the redevelopment, improvement, beautification, and revitalization of downtown Albemarle. The organization is governed by a board of directors selected by Albemarle City Council and consists of a two person staff; the executive director and the Communications Manager.. As a non-profit agency our funding is based on community support. We … Read More
Downtown Albemarle, NC is a pathway to recreational opportunities in the Uwharrie Lakes Region, promoting healthy living, arts and entertainment.
ADDC promotes and facilitates events, new business development, and rehabilitation of property through partnerships to sustain Downtown Albemarle as an economic engine
Albemarle is a designated NC Main Street community that uses the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Main Street Four-Point Approach which includes Design, Economic Restructuring, Organization and Promotion to implement a downtown revitalization initiative.