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)


Town of Jamestown, NC


The Town of Jamestown has been informed by our software provider, Black Mountain Software Systems (BMS), that they have experienced a data breach. BMS has an internal FTP (file transfer protocol) site where customers, such as the Town, upload data when requesting software changes or experiencing programming questions. That site was breached on June 7, 2014. BMS immediately closed the breach and proactively sent emails to all of their customers and began investigating. They sorted through logs of every access to this site and found 9 files which they could not account for. Unfortunately, a file containing the Town of Jamestown’s utility customer data base from February of 2007 was one of those files. We were informed late on Friday June 20. The data accessed was raw data (strings of letters and numbers) so retrieving useful information would be difficult. No bank accounts were involved, strictly names and addresses. There were a small number of Jamestown customers whose social security numbers were in the file. You may click here to view the press release from BMS or here to view an FAQ the Town has prepared or you may call Black Mountain at 800.353.8829 (option 2). If you have questions, call Town Hall.







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

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

Ask the Mayor

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

Ask the Mayor Archive

********************* OFFICE HOURS *********************

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
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.
Town Council Meeting

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

Likewise Jazz at Wrenn Miller Park
The trio jazz band ‘Likewise’ will be performing at the Wrenn Miller Park Amphitheater in Jamestown, NC on Sunday night August 24th. The show will begin at 7:00 PM. This is a family friendly event. Bring a chair or blanket. Parking behind Town Hall across from the park. For more information, click here.
Town Hall Closed - Labor Day
Town Hall will be closed Sept 1 for the Labor Day holiday. Garbage pick up and Recylcing will be on the regular schedule.
Time Capsule Deadline - EXTENDED!

To celebrate the first anniversary of Wrenn Miller Park, the Town will bury a time capsule. The Jamestown Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee is seeking entries from interested citizens of the Town of Jamestown. To submit an idea for consideration please fill out the information below and mail to the Town of Jamestown Attn: Parks & Recreation Committee, PO Box 848, Jamestown, NC 27282. Click here to view the form.

Parks and Recreation Committee
The Parks and Recreation Committee will meet at 6:00pm in the Council Chambers. The change of date is due to the Labor Day Holiday. Everyone is encouraged to attend.
Wrenn Miller Anniversary
The Town will hold an anniversary celebration for the Wrenn Miller Park. A time capsule will be buried on the property to be opened in 2064.
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.





Little Free Library            

How this works!

This Library belongs to everyone! Your neighbors, friends, people who pass by. Anyone may use it. This Little Free Library offers a way to share good things to read.

Take Books. If you see something you would like to read, take it. Browse through and see who read it or gave it. When finished, you can leave your own special note in it!

Share Books. Pass them on to a friend or return them to any Little Free Library.

Give Books. Continue to be a friend of your Library and others by helping any way you can. Pay it forward!

This Little Free Library was donated by The Jamestown Modern Book Club and sponsored by the Jamestown Civitan Club. The Library was skillfully built by Hugh Cates, June 2014 and installed by Scott Coakley and the crew of the Parks and Recreation Staff.


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