Welcome to the Town of Jamestown, NC

Whether you already call Jamestown home, or are relocating or visiting, you will find that Jamestown is rich with history and small town charm.

Founded in 1816 and named for Quaker James Mendenhall, Jamestown is nestled within minutes of the bustling Triad. Our quaint restaurants, desirable shops, welcoming neighborhoods, and involved citizens make our town one of the South’s gems. The Town is a full service community that consists of approximately 3.0 square miles with a growing population located in southwestern Guilford County. Here you will find the charm of a community full of friendly faces and a helping hand, complimented by the amenities that a larger city has to offer.

A strong sense of community, quality of life, neighborhood schools, parks (Jamestown Park and Golf Course ,Wrenn Miller Park, Gibson Park, and Ragsdale Family Y) and proximity to major employers are some of the reasons why many have chosen to call Jamestown home.

Thanks to our community’s dedication to preservation and restoration and our ever-expanding pedestrian walkways, Jamestown’s distinctive curbside appeal ensures that generations to come will enjoy walking with history.

Jamestown is known for protecting and enhancing our natural, cultural and historic resources, and is home to many treasured historical sites, including the Mendenhall Plantation and Jamestown Public Library, which is the neoclassical centerpiece of Main Street. Visit Town Hall at 301 E. Main Street.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


A Million Thanks Project 2014

During April and May the Town and the Jamestown Lion's Club are promoting "A Million Thanks Project 2014." We encourage everyone to  make a card to thank our military service members who are serving overseas. Drop off your card at one of the participating businesses by May 25th. Drop off sites are Jamestown Town Hall, Jamestown Public Library, Beyond the Box Grill, Devine Design, NewBridge Bank, Potent Potables, Ragsdale YMCA, and The Soap Lady. Also participating are Courtyard Commons, Jamestown Elementary and Pennybyrn. Click here for addresses for these businesses.



March 2014 Ice Storm


The Town of Jamestown has relaxed its yard waste requirements through the end of March so citizens may place tree debris at the curb in neat piles of no more than 8 feet in length. Please separate limb piles to make loading faster and easier for town crews.

Don’t block roadway access with vehicles and tree debris, especially in cul-de-sacs, that limit access of emergency and town vehicles. Don’t mix tree and yard waste with trash and other debris like siding, shingles, or other demolition debris. Place yard waste in separate piles at the curb in an area clear from overhead wires, trees/tree limbs, utility boxes/transformers and mailboxes. If tree material is too large or heavy for the town equipment to collect, the owner will be notified to hire a contractor to remove it.

When hiring contractors to perform any yard or construction work, they are responsible for removing any waste or debris. Contractors cutting and trimming trees and shrubs are responsible for removing all tree trunks, stumps and limbs. Be sure to have this debris removal included in the price quote for the job.

The Town will be collecting tree material over the next several weeks. Collection will be scheduled more frequently than the regular Wednesday and Thursday yard waste collection schedule. Your continued patience with town crews is appreciated.

Additional information can be found on the Town’s webpage at http://www.jamestown-nc.us/sanitation-recycling.html.

For Guilford County residents, more information can be found at ReadyGuilford. Click here to view the website.



Water Quality Preventative

Maintenance Program

In a continuing effort to improve water quality, the following water utilities: Archdale, Burlington, Greensboro, High Point, Jamestown, Randleman, Reidsville, Piedmont Triad Regional Water Authority and their municipal water customers will conduct a routine water quality preventative maintenance program beginning April 14 and ending May 11.

This process will involve a temporary switch from present chloramines to chlorine in order to optimize water quality in our distribution systems. The process change is strongly recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the state to preserve water quality by ensuring persistent disinfection levels exist in the distribution system.

In the summer of 2011, water utilities changed their disinfection process for drinking water from chlorination to chloramination. The conversion was implemented to ensure the utilities met new water quality regulations. The new regulations placed more stringent standards on drinking water quality.

Chloraminated and chlorinated water is safe for everyday use, however three groups should take special precautions when using chloraminated water: kidney dialysis patients, fish, pond, and amphibian owners, and specialized businesses.

To learn more about the water quality preventative maintenance program, click here. To see a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) click here.


Town Council Meeting April 15, 2014

Mayor Keith Volz presents proclamation to Paul Blanchard  
Mayor Keith Volz presented a Proclamation to Public Services Director Paul Blanchard declaring May 18-25, 2014 National Public Services Week.
Ask the Mayor

To submit a question, email the Mayor or fax to (336) 886-3504.

Ask the Mayor Archive

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Mayor Volz will have office hours every 3rd Monday (or the Monday preceding Council meetings) from 3-5pm. Citizens may drop by to talk with him. The Mayor will be available at other times by appointment. Please call 336.454.1138.

Current Public Notices

Click here to see pictures of the Arbor Day Celebration.

Click here to see pictures of the Easter Egg Festival.

Vote for Wrenn Miller Park

Wrenn Miller Park has been named 1 of 7 “FINALIST” in the North Carolina “GREAT PLACES” Contest sponsored by the NC Chapter of the American Planning Association under the “Great Public Places” category. Voting will take place online only at:


Help spread the word and let’s put Wrenn Miller Park on the map. Voting will continue through May 9.

Water Quality Preventative Maintenance

From April 14 until May 11 the Town in cooperation with the Piedmont Triad Regional Water authority will conduct a routine water quality preventative maintenance program. For  more information, click here. For FAQs, click here

Town Hall Closed for Good Friday
Town Hall will be closed for Good Friday. There will be NO GARBAGE pickup.
Special Town Council Meeting
The Town Council will hold a Special Budget Workshop meeting at 6:30 in the Council Chambers. The public is encouraged to attend. Click here to view the agenda.
Primary Election
The Guilford County Election Board will hold the primary election on May 6, 2014 from 6:30am until 7:30pm in the Ragsdale Civic Center. To view a sample ballot, click here.
Town Hall Meeting
Please join the Town Council for a Town Hall meeting with the Guilford County Delegation.  The Town Hall meeting will be held in the Ragsdale Civic Center, 301 E. Main Street at 6:30pm on Thursday May 8th, 2014.
Biannual Litter Sweep

The Biannual Litter Sweep campaign will be held on Saturday, May 10. Meet at 9am in the Food Lion parking lot. Every one is invited to come help beautify Jamestown!

Town Council Meeting

The Town Council will meet at 6:30pm in the Council Chambers. Everyone is encouraged to attend.

Memorial Day Parade
The Jamestown Lion's Club and the Jamestown Veteran's Committee are sponsoring a Memorial Day Parade on Sunday May 25 at 3pm. Applications for Parade entries are available here. The Memorial Day Parade will be held in place of the 4th of July Parade.
Downtown Parking Map
In an effort to assist visitors and citizens in finding public parking, the Town is publishing a map showing where public parking spaces are located.  The map is available for download here.  However, if you have specific questions, please call Town Hall at 454-1138.
Guilford County Animal Control
Guilford County Animal Control issues monthly reports on dispatches and services. To view the reports, click here.
Wrenn-Miller Park
Commemorative bricks and limestone pavers are still available for Wrenn-Miller Park. For more information on the Park, click here. Pictures of the Park Dedication can be viewed on the Facebook (courtesy of Katherine Stamey).
Current Newsletter
Click here for a copy of the Current Newsletter.

Old Jamestown School - Town Library

The Town is looking for one volunteer to serve as alternates on the Parks and Recreation Committee. If you are interested, contact Martha Wolfe at (336) 454-1138 or





Utility customers can now pay online through the Town website. You will need to know the account WEB ID located on the left side of the utility bill and the last name on the account. There is a convenience fee to pay online. Once you have established a user name and password, you may also view your history. Click here to access online payment. For detailed instructions to sign up for e-bill, click here. A new option is to pay by phone. In order to pay by phone, you must have your WEB ID and dial 855.768.4818.



If you have items or pets which have been lost or found, the Town is now providing a page on the website to post notices. To have a notice posted, please contact Sharen Apple at Town Hall (454-1138) or by email. Notices will be posted once on Facebook and for 30 days on the Town website. Pictures may be included.

A pair of earrings has been found in the Town Hall parking lot. Please contact Sharen at 454-1138 if you have information regarding these earrings.






The Town of Jamestown is proud to offer the citizens of Jamestown the ability to give a gift in honor or memory of someone special. Included in the price of select items will be a commemorative plaque as well as installation of the item by the Town of Jamestown staff. As Town funds are available for matching, the Town Council will accept all such gifts donated under this program and established donation policy. In the event that a donor wishes to assume all of the costs of an approved item, the Town will accept the full donation.

Jamestown Park has unique sponsorship opportunities available for signage on the golf course, along East Fork Road, and on the golf carts! For more information, please contact Town Hall or the Golf Course staff at (336) 454-4912.

Items are available to be placed along Main St. in conjunction with the Streetscape Project, in Wrenn Miller Park, and Jamestown Park. If you are interested in sponsoring items from benches to trees, please contact Paul Blanchard or Matthew Johnson at (336) 454-1138 or view information on the Town’s website at www.Jamestown-nc.gov.

Additional sponsorships are available with the recreation department. For more information, click here.

Sponsorships will be available for the Jamestown Fall Classic October 12-13. Click here for more information.




Jamestown Park Golf Course
Guilford County Environmental Services
Mary Perry Ragsdale YMCA
Jamestown Business Association
Jamestown Public Library
Jamestown Soccer Club