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Town Fast Facts

Corporate Limits: 40.193 square miles
Sphere of Influence: 63.46 square miles Population*












*These Figure are Based on the US Census   


 Housing Statistics

US Census Estimates

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Homeownership rate, 2007-2011


Housing units in multi-unit structures, 2007-2011


Median value of owner-occupied housing units, 2007-2011


Households, 2007-2011


Persons per household, 2007-2011


Median household income, 2007-2011


Per capita money income(2011 dollars), 2007-2011


Persons below poverty, percent, 2007-2011


 * Estimates based on American Community Survey (US Census)


Business Community:

Huntersville is home to national and internationally known companies and some of the Town’s largest employers are: SABIC Innovative Plastics, Rubbermaid, Irwin Industrial Tools, ABB, Pactiv Corporation, Max Daetwyler Corporation, American Tire Distributors, Inc., Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center, Duke Power's McGuire Nuclear Station, Siegling America, Americredit, Metrolina Greenhouses and Joe Gibbs Racing to name a few. 

The Town has worked with the other North Mecklenburg Towns of Cornelius, Davidson, as well as the Chamber of Commerce to create the Lake Norman Regional Economic Development Corporation to help the region attract more commercial and industrial tax base.  The LNREDC seeks to find and prepare new sites as it works to bring new businesses to the area.  The three towns are unique in their cooperation together and with Mecklenburg County for economic development.  The three towns are joint owners of Commerce Station, an industrial park across from Lake Norman Charter School off Old Statesville Road in Huntersville.  Each of the three towns will share the revenue and expenses of building the park – a first in North Carolina for this type of economic development venture.  The work of the LNREDC has attracted the park’s first tenant in 2005 with Prairie Packaging (now known as Pactiv Corporation), an Illinois-based plastics manufacturing company who located its Southeast manufacturing hub in Huntersville, creating 242 new jobs and investing more than $48 million in the area.  The LNREDC added the park’s second tenant in 2010 in that Swiss-based ABB, the global leader in power and automation technology, will manufacture high-voltage land power cables for use in AC and DC applications.  ABB is investing approximately $90 million in the new manufacturing facility, which will employ more than 100 people.

Area Attractions: Recreation

Huntersville Family Fitness and Aquatics (HFFA) is a world-class facility boasting an Olympic sized 50-meter competition pool and diving well.  It has served as host to a number of World Class events, most recently hosting current and future Olympians at the 2005 Speedo US National and Junior National Diving Championships.  In addition, HFFA offers a well rounded fitness experience with a 25-yard warm water pool, full court gymnasium, fitness center, group exercise studio, and outdoor splash park that children and their parents regularly enjoy during warmer months. 

The town also offers a variety of beautiful parks.  The Town of Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department manages 18 parks, gyms and multi-purpose facilities.  Huntersville’s larger parks are home to many amateur sporting events and youth tournaments every year, while several pocket parks offer neighborhoods playground and space for team sport activities.  The Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department also works with area partners to bring new events to the area. 

Huntersville also provides access to Lake Norman and its 520 miles of shoreline.  Huntersville residents can find access to the lake by visiting Blythe Landing Park, just off NC Highway 73 for launching boats and other recreational activities.  There is also local access to Mountain Island Lake.

Huntersville is home to Historic Latta Plantation with its 1200+ acres of historic sites, nature preserve, trails for biking, hiking or horseback riding and access to Mountain Island Lake for canoeing.  Latta is also home to the Carolina Raptor Center, Latta Equestrian Center and Latta Nature Preserve. 

Huntersville is also home to Rural Hill Farm, the homestead of Major John & Violet Wilson Davidson, which pays tribute to Scottish heritage and offers a variety of events year-round and attracts visitors throughout the region.  Events include the Loch Norman Highland Games, the Amazing Maize Maze and sheep dog trails among other historical events throughout the year. 

Several fine golf courses also call Huntersville home.  These include the Arnold Palmer designed Birkdale Golf Club, semi-private Skybrook Golf Club and the private Northstone Country Club.  Huntersville sits in the middle of the Lake Norman and Charlotte regions where numerous outstanding golf locations are found.

Area Attractions: Shopping

Huntersville is home to some of the region’s most unique mixed-use developments. 

Birkdale Village is a residential, office, shopping and dining destination to compare with any in the State.  Its numerous shops, restaurants and movie theater offer something for those of all ages.  Special events and concerts are regularly held at its fountain and through its green space. 

Rosedale Shopping Center offers a variety of necessities such as a CVS, Harris Teeter, Carolinas Healthcare Urgent Care, Domino’s Pizza, an ABC Store, a mix of local and fast-casual restaurants and other stores.  Similar to Birkdale Village, residents in the nearby apartments, town homes and neighborhoods find Rosedale’s offerings are but a quick walk away.   Northcross Shopping Center offers more traditional big box type stores such as Target, Lowe’s, Kohl’s, Petco and Marshalls to name a few and is home to a variety of restaurants and entertainment stores.