Town Information

Our Mission:

To provide efficient and effective local government services to the citizens of the Town of Biscoe and Montgomery County

Town Hall Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday and on Holidays.


Incorporated: 1901
Population: 1,754
County: Montgomery
Form of Government: Council-Manager
Fiscal Year Budget: $2,659,084
Employees: 17

* For Water and Sewer Rates, as well as other Public Works Information, please visit our Public Works Page. For information on Town Ordinances, please visit our Town Ordinances Page.

Advisory Boards

The Board of Commissioners is considering developing advisory boards to both assist with the development of policy and plans for the town and to encourage citizen participation. If you would be interested in serving on one of the boards listed below, please contact the office of the Town Manager. In order to fulfill the growing demands of this town, we need your help, your expertise, and your cooperation. The Board of Commissioners cannot govern alone.

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board (View Schedule)
Board of Adjustment
Planning Board

Town of Biscoe Deaton-Monroe Recreation Park:
221 Mill Street
Biscoe, N.C. 27209

Location: Mill Street
Parks and Recreation Director: Mark Miller

Hours of operation:
Park open 7:30 a.m.- 12 midnight
Pool opens 10 a.m.- 10 p.m. (summer only)

Swimming lessons: (Monday - Friday)
9 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. (summer only)

The Park opens at 7:30 a.m. each morning and is open until 12:00 each night. Some events require that the park remain open for extended hours and can be scheduled through either the Police Department or Town Hall.

The Pool is open to the public:
Monday-Friday 10am until 5pm
Saturday 12noon until 6pm
Sunday 1pm until 6pm

Any related charges or fees: There is no fee to enter the park or to use the year-round facilities at the park. There are fees for using the swimming pool during the summer season. Admission to the pool is $2.00 per person. For group rates and special events, please contact Town Hall.

The Biscoe Park offers a number of small town recreation services. We have a swimming pool that is opened during the summer months, four tennis courts, six basketball goals, a walking trail, two volleyball courts, a picnic shelter, 12 horseshoe pits, and a baseball field. The park also includes a number of playground equipment for kids to play on.

Memorial Memorial 2
Memorial 3

Town Board Meetings

The Board of Commissioners meets every month on the second Monday. Board meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Building. Everyone is encouraged to attend the meeting and to speak at the Public Forum held at the end of every meeting. If you have a matter that you wish to have considered by the Board of Commissioners, all information needs to be submitted to the office of the Town Manager by the Tuesday before the scheduled meeting. To view the most current online Agenda and Minutes, please visit the Agenda/Minutes page.

Commissioner Board Meetings 2013 Schedule

January 14
February 11
March 11
April 8
May 13
June 10
July 8
August 12
September 9
October 14
November 12 (moved to Tuesday due to Veteran's Day)
December 9


Annexation can be a complicated issue. However, if you own property that is currently located outside of the town of Biscoe and is adjacent to town property and would like to be annexed into the town limits, please contact Town Hall. Listed below is the process by which property can be annexed into the town upon voluntary request by the property owner(s). This process takes 90 days for the Board of Commissioners to complete (Three official Board meetings).

1) Petition must be signed and submitted by all property owners that wish to be annexed into the municipal limits.

2) The Board must direct the Town Clerk to certify that the petition is sufficient.

3) A notice must be published advising of a public hearing on the proposed annexation.

4) The Board will consider all pertinent information and then make its decision about the annexation. If the Board chooses to annex the property, then it adopts an official ordinance annexing the area described into the municipal limits.


If you are a citizen of the Town of Biscoe, 18 years or older, and are not registered to vote, then please stop by Town Hall to pick up your registration form. Once you complete this form, you can either return it to Town Hall or the Montgomery County Board of Elections, located in the Court House building in Troy. The Town of Biscoe is your town and we encourage you to vote so that your voice is heard.

Town of Biscoe
P.O. Box 1228
110 West Main St.
Biscoe, NC 27209