S.L. 2014-3/House Bill 1050 states that effective July 1, 2015, local governments will no longer have authority to levy the privilege license tax. New or existing business located in Archdale city limits will no longer be required to obtain or renew a ...go to the Business Privilege License Update article.
The City of Archdale is strategically located at the intersection of I-85 and US 311 in the northwest corner of Randolph County and southwest corner of Guilford County. It is also located in what is known as the Piedmont Triad region ...go to the Location, Location, Location… article.
Over the years the City of Archdale has acquired several tracts of open space and natural areas adjacent to its Creekside Park thereby creating a community resource with over 100 acres of ballfields, greenways, playgrounds, natural areas and other recreational amenities including ...go to the Quality of Life article.
The Archdale City Council continues to take a proactive approach to economic development incentives by appropriating funds annually to enable the City to take advantage of economic development opportunities as they may occur. In recent years the City joined with Randolph County ...go to the Incentives article.
The City of Archdale has purchased 2.5 million gallons per day of wastewater treatment capacity in the City of High Point’s Eastside Wastewater Treatment Plant. 1 million gallons per day of the 2.5 million gallons per day of treatment capacity has ...go to the Infrastructure article.