Concord, North Carolina Wikipedia. Concord, North Carolina. Satellite city. City of Concord. Downtown Concord. Motto High Performance LivingLocation of Concord within North Carolina. Coordinates 3. 52. N8. 03. 62W 3. N 8. W 3. Coordinates 3. N8. 03. 62W 3. N 8. W 3. November 27, 2014 CLAUDE LEE WHITE. Claude Lee White, 88, of Sanford, died Friday, 11212014 at Central Carolina Hospital. Mr. White was born July 7, 1926, in. YMCA Locations that offer Special Needs Swimming Instructions Sorted alphabetically, by State. Country United States. State North Carolina. County. Cabarrus. Founded. April 1. Incorporated. 18. Government Type. Council Manager Mayor. Scott Padgett. Area Satellite city. Land. 60. 2. 7 sq mi 1. Water. 0. 0. 3 sq mi 0. Elevation. 70. 6 ft 2. The Rev. Jack A. Saarela Deployed Director for Campus Ministry Regions 7, 8 and 9 Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Philadelphia, PA The Rev. Seth Weldon. Or if not Listed Bank of America employees Is your primary workplace located in the BBT Center building Youth Sports Get in the Game At the YMCA, sports and recreational activities are something special. Friendly competition, lots of variety. See our listings for ARP Churches in Canada. Select your state tab to see churches in your area. Swim%20Team/2017%20Ynats%20spring/IMG_9392.JPG' alt='Spears Ymca Greensboro' title='Spears Ymca Greensboro' />Population 2. Satellite city. 79,0. Estimate 2. 01. 618. Density. 1,3. 00sq mi 5. Metro. 2,4. 74,3. Time zone. EST UTC 5 Summer DSTEDT UTC 4ZIP code. Area codes7. 04, 9. FIPS code. 37 1. GNIS feature ID0. Websitewww. concordnc. Concord kn. kd or ka. Cabarrus County, in the U. S. state of North Carolina. As of the 2. 01. 0 census, the city had a population of 7. It is the county seat and the largest city in Cabarrus County. In terms of population, the city of Concord is the second largest city in the Charlotte. Metropolitan Area and is the eleventh largest city in North Carolina. In 2. Concord was ranked as the city with the 1. United States. 8The city was a winner of the All America City Award in 2. Located near the center of Cabarrus County in the Piedmont region, it is 2. Charlotte center city. Concord is the home to some of North Carolinas top tourist destinations, including NASCARs Charlotte Motor Speedway and Concord Mills. HistoryeditConcord, located in todays rapidly growing northeast quadrant of the Charlotte metropolitan area, was first settled about 1. German and Scots Irish immigrants. The name Concord means with harmony. This name was chosen after a lengthy dispute over where the county seat should be located between the German Lutherans and Scotch Irish Presbyterians. By United States standards, Concord is considered an old town, as it was incorporated in 1. Today, markers identifying the original town limits can be seen in the downtown area. As county seat, Concord became a center of trade and retail for the cotton producing region, especially on court days. The downtown would be crowded with farmers and townfolk, in addition to lawyers and their clients. During the antebellum era, wealth was built by planters through the cultivation of cotton as a commodity crop the work was done by enslaved African Americans. Located in the Piedmont, Concord became a site of industrialization with cotton mills in the late 1. Among the owners of the new mills in the area were men of the rising black middle class in Wilmington, North Carolina, such as W. C. Coleman, John C. Dancy appointed as collector of customs at the port, and others, who organized Coleman Manufacturing Company in 1. They built and operated what is believed to have been the first cotton mill owned by blacks in the nation. They hoped to promote economic security for people of color. But the Wilmington Insurrection of 1. Indesign Corporate Brochure Templates. Civil War. In 1. 90. Dancy was among more than 2. He moved to Washington, DC, appointed as the federal Recorder of Deeds, and serving until 1. The mill operated under black ownership through 1. Coleman died. The brick mill building was later taken over by Fieldcrest Cannon. Based on wealth from cotton as a commodity crop and through textile manufacturing, Concords white planters and business owners built some significant homes in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries they range along North and South Union Street and Edgewood Avenue. Within the North Union Historic District is Memorial Garden. Located on 3 acres 1. First Presbyterian Church. In addition to the Cabarrus County Courthouse, the Barber Scotia College, Boger Hartsell Farm, Mc. Curdy Log House, Mill Hill, North Union Street Historic District, Odell Locke Randolph Cotton Mill, Reed Gold Mine, South Union Street Courthouse and Commercial Historic District, South Union Street Historic District, Spears House, Stonewall Jackson Training School Historic District, and Union Street North Cabarrus Avenue Commercial Historic District are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. From the time of incorporation in the late 1. Concords jurisdiction was centered around the downtown area. Since then, most annexations have taken place west of the center city area towards Charlotte. Portions of the city limit boundary adjoin the CabarrusMecklenburg County line. Geography and climateeditConcord is located in western Cabarrus County at 3. N8. 03. 62W 3. N 8. W 3. The city is located in the Piedmont area of North Carolina, which is characterized by rolling hills and forest. Land left untended will typically return to native forest land within a few years. The climate can be described as cool winter seasons with hot, humid summer seasons. The average high temperature in the winter is 4. F 6 C, and the average daily low temperature is 2. F 2 C. In the summer the average temperature is 7. F 2. 6 C, and the average daily high temperature is 8. F 3. 1 C. 1. 5 It is not unusual for summer daytime temperatures to reach in the mid to upper 9. F 3. 8 C. It is typical for winter temperatures to fall into the teens at night, but temperatures generally warm to above freezing during the day. Summer months are characterized as having cool to warm nights with very warm to hot temperatures during the day. The area receives a generous amount of rainfall at 4. February and April being the two driest months. Rainfall in the winter is lighter but more frequent, whereas rainfall in the summer is heavier but less frequent. Thunderstorms, both light and strong, are common in the spring and summer months. The sun shines 7. The prevailing wind is from the southwest, with the average highest windspeed of 9 miles per hour 1. The city has a total area of 6. The elevation at the center of downtown is 7. Concord is located northeast of Charlotte, the largest city in North Carolina. Concord is the second largest city in the Charlotte Metropolitan Area. It is positioned about half way between Charlotte and Salisbury. Several other smaller cities and towns are located close to Concord, including Kannapolis, China Grove, Landis, Mount Pleasant, Harrisburg, Midland, and Locust. DemographicseditHistorical population. Census. Pop. 1. 87. Est. 2. 01. 68. 9,8. U. S. Decennial Census1. Census 2. 01. 0editAccording to the 2. Census, Concords population is 7. Of those persons claiming to be of one race, the racial breakdown is 7. African American, 2. Asian, 0. 3 Native American, 0. Pacific islander, 6. Persons of two or more races is 2. Persons belonging to the Hispanic or Latino race are 1. There are 3. 2,1. Concord. Of those housing units, 9. Additional detailed and summary data from the Census 2. Census 2. 00. 0edit. Stonewall Jackson Training School. The census2 of 2. The population density was 1,0. There were 2. 2,4. The racial makeup of the city was 7. White, 1. 5. 1. 0 African American, 0. Native American, 1. Asian, 0. 0. 3 Pacific Islander, 3. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 7. In 2. 00. 0, there were 2. The average household size was 2. In 2. 00. 0, the city the population was spread out with 2. The median age was 3. For every 1. 00 females there were 9. For every 1. 00 females age 1. Also in 2. 00. 0, the median income for a household in the city was 4. Males had a median income of 3. The per capita income for the city was 2.