Facts & Figures
City of Graham Demographic Information
|Median Household Income||$35,152|
|Median Gross Rent||$728|
|Population in Labor Force||60.5%|
|Total Number of Businesses||1,084|
|Average House Value||$129,400|
|High school graduate or higher||82.6%|
|Bachelor’s degree or higher||19.1%|
|City Property Tax||$0.4550|
|City’s Budget (FY 2019-2020)||$13,559,300|
|Corporate Limits Jurisdiction||9.62|
Incorporated in 1851, the City of Graham has an approximate population of 15,000. As the second largest municipality in Alamance County, Graham serves as the county seat. Citizens here enjoy a high quality of life in a diversified community with a mix of residential neighborhoods, historic downtown, arts & entertainment venues and recreational amenities.
Graham is located in the Piedmont region of North Carolina along the 40/85 corridor. Graham’s geographic location is centered between the Triangle and the Triad, with an hours drive to two major airports.
For information with how to open a business or development in the City, including grants and assistance programs, required licenses and permits, real estate opportunities and more, visit our New Business page.