Stallings is Making a Splash




Stallings, a town of 13,831 people, is the third largest town in Union County. Located just across the Mecklenburg- Union County line on the east side of Charlotte, Stallings welcomes new residents and new business to the area. Highly ranked public schools, nationally recognized health care facilities, a skilled workforce and convenient access to major transportation arteries make Stallings an ideal place to live and do business. Stallings residents enjoy close proximity to Charlotte and Monroe, low taxes, and a quality of life that is difficult to match.

Stallings has progressive leadership who nurture town business with a "Local First" philosophy to encourage residents to support local stores and services. The town is nearing completion of a Downtown Master Plan and Streetscape Plan which will guide future development and attract quality new commercial business. The splash pad pictured here will become the centerpiece in the makeover of the municipal park which is already underway. A wave of new development opportunity is certain with construction of the Monroe Bypass starting in 2012 and many acres of prime real estate available for sale or lease.

Visit each page of DiscoverStallings.com and see all that
Stallings has to offer.

This Discover Stallings website is a joint project of Mayor Lynda Paxton and Ken Halstead of Symbolic Media Services to increase awareness of town amenities and businesses and to promote and encourage further economic development for the town. The governmental website for the Town of Stallings is www.Stallingsnc.org

 

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Announcing the Stallings Business Association

Are you looking to connect with other Stallings' business owners? Need a forum to raise issues critical to your success? Join us for our inaugural meeting of the Stallings Business Association, a group designed to enhance your local networking opportunities and bring the voice of the business community to local issues. We are fortunate to have the leadership of Doug Hutton, a Stallings resident and Planning Board Member and input from Sharon Rosche of the Union County Chamber of Commerce to facilitate this important dialogue about how the town can support the needs of your business.

Date & Time: Monday, October 24, 5:00pm
Place: Stallings Civic Building


To RSVP or for more information, please contact Doug Hutton at douglas.j.hutton@gmail.com.