Graham is a small town in Alamance County, NC, USA. It’s part of the Burlington, NC Metropolitan Statistical Area. It’s population is 14,153 as of the 2020 census. It’s the county seat of Alamance county.
The population is mostly composed of residents that live in or around Old Growth Timberland and other surrounding areas. People that live in the surrounding area that aren’t employed in the lumber industry also make up a large portion of Graham’s population. The median income for the town is about sixty thousand dollars per year. The housing market is very diverse and includes several different types of housing. There are many different types of houses, condominiums, and mobile homes available to residents of Graham.
There are many large corporations that have established offices in the area, as well as many smaller businesses. There are also several government agencies that have offices in Graham. The largest office of any government is located in Graham. Graham was one of the first towns to be incorporated. The town has many attractions, such as the Graham River, the historic Berry farm, the Graham National Golf Course, and the North Raleigh Country Club. All of these factors contribute to Graham’s growing population.