Siler City, NC
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Located in the "Heart of North Carolina," Chatham County is the perfect place to live and work. The newly upgraded four-lane U.S. Highway 64 grants easy access to the North Carolina mountains and the North Carolina coast. U.S. Highway Routes 15-501, 421 and 1 link tourism and business with vital interstate accessibility. Interstates 40, 85 and 95 are within an hour of the county.

Rocky River, east of Siler City, and Haw River, east of Pittsboro, carve the rolling terrain of the county into thirds. Deep River and Cape Fear River fashion much of the southern boundary of the county. With 707 square miles, Chatham County is one of the largest counties in North Carolina. Pine, hickory and walnut trees dominate the forest that blankets the area.

Industry prospers through the availability of motor freight carriers, railway services and international airports. Raleigh Durham International Airport (RDU) in Raleigh, Piedmont Triad International (PTI) in Greensboro and the Siler City Municipal Airport provide air travel options unsurpassed by most communities.

Moderate year-round temperatures encompass the area. Average temperatures range from the mid-30s in the winter to the 80s in the summer. Yearly rainfall is in the 45- to 50-inch range. Snowfall averages just less than eight inches.