Rowan County Courthouse - District#19C

Rowan County Courthouse - District#19C

Address: 210 N Main St
Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-797-3001
Fax: 704-797-3001
Hours: Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Email: click here
Website: click here

Located in the heart of North Carolina's Piedmont, Rowan County is attractively and conveniently nestled between the state's largest city and its Capitol. Home to many of the state's historic sites, including the NC Transportation Museum in Spencer and the NC Confederate Civil War Prison in Salisbury.

The Rowan County Courthouse built in 1855 is one of North Carolina’s most important Greek Revival buildings. Local contractors Conrad & Williams erected the structure. It is considered a Classical temple style building with a façade of massive two story Doric columns. Spared by Union General George Stoneman, it served as the courthouse until the current one was built in 1914. After that, it served as the Community Center, housing various government departments such as the Police Department and the Rowan Public Library. At some point it lost its cupola. It is now the Rowan County Museum and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

NC Lawyer Search

+ Optional Search Criteria

Get listed on Waypoint Legal for free! ABCNC Public Records Advertise with