Canton Haywood County, North Carolina
Canton: Town in Haywood County, North Carolina, United States
Canton is a town located in the county of Haywood in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Its population at the 2010 census was 4,227 and a population density of 439 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 city had an estimated population of 4,369 inhabitants.
The town was created 132 years ago in 1888.
Canton is located at 35°31'58"N 82°50'14"W (35.5328800, -82.8373600).
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Official website of Canton
Canton Quick Facts
|Population :||4,369 (2020)|
|Country :||United States of America|
|State :||North Carolina (United States)|
|County :||Haywood County|
|Postal code :||28716|
|Phone Area Codes :||828|
|Area :||9.64 km2|
|Altitude :||2,635 feet / 803, 797 meters|
|Establishment :||January 01, 1889 (132 years ago)|
|Time Zone :||Eastern Time Zone|
|Local time :||11:00:42 (18th October 2021)|
|Density :||453 Pop. per km² as of 2020|
|Population growth :||3.25% (2010-2020)|
The population of Canton increased by 3.25% in 10 years.
Local Places in Canton
1 Canton Municipal Services
Address: 58 Park St, Canton, NC 28716 ➦ Show Map
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People born in Canton (7)
People born in Canton, including United States District Judge David B. Sentelle, Founder of the Fellowship church Edwin Barry Young, poet, novelist Fred Chappell, you can see a list of people who born in Canton.
Schools in Canton
College & universities near Canton, NC
|198668||Haywood Community College||Clyde (NC)||28721-9901|
Amtrak & bus stations near Canton, NC
|GRV||Greenville||1120 West Washington Street||RAIL|
|CSN||Clemson||Calhoun Memorial Hwy and College Ave.||RAIL|
|SPB||Spartanburg||290 Magnolia St||RAIL|
|TCA||Toccoa||47 North Alexander St.||RAIL|
Post offices near Canton
|Post Office Name||City||ZIP|
|Canton Post Office||Canton (NC)||28716|
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Other cities in Haywood County
Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Haywood County , NC.
|Waynesville||10,557||City in North Carolina|
|Lake Junaluska||2,734||Census designated place|
|Clyde||1,308||Human settlement in Haywood County, North Carolina, United States of America|
|Maggie Valley||1,258||Human settlement in Haywood County, North Carolina, United States of America|
|West Canton||1,247||Township in Haywood County, North Carolina|
Distance to Other Cities
Canton distances to largest North Carolina cities