Welcome to the Town of Indian Trail!
Whether you have just moved here or are thinking of relocating, Indian Trail is a great place to live.

The Town was named one of the top ten best places in America to raise a family by Family Circle Magazine; Indian Trail is continuing to grow while at the same time preserving a family friendly atmosphere.

Indian Trail is located in Union County just fifteen miles from the city center of Charlotte, the largest city in North Carolina. Since 1990, the population has grown from under 1,942 people to a population of 33,518 as reported by the 2010 Census. 

In January of 2009, The Gadberry Group, a location services firm based in Little Rock, Arkansas, released a report noting the eight most high growth areas in the nation. Indian Trail placed fifth out of the eight cities due to a 95% increase in population from the year 2000 to 2008. Additionally this same report found that the household income increased 38% from $63,578 to $87,707. The growth in income levels and net worth data earned Indian Trail a ranking of second place for a high economic stability index.

Children within the town limits of Indian Trail attend Union County Schools. The Union County School System is celebrated for its excellence in education. Currently the system ranks number one among the eight largest school systems in the state, and almost one third of the schools are designated as Honor Schools of Excellence, which is the high rating possible. Please visit their website for more information

Town Newsletters
If you are new to Town, one of the best ways to get informed on issues and projects is by reading the Town Newsletter. The Newsletter is released on a quarterly basis and has articles on upcoming events, current projects, and lots mores. Residents of Indian Trail will receive a newsletter in the mail twice a year with the other two issues being released for online publication. You can always access the Town’s website to view the most recent newsletter as well as past newsletters.

New Construction                                                                                                                                                                        For information on setting up trash services, please contact the Town at 704-821-5401.

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