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Directions to the Catawba County Agricultural Resources Center

Randy Willis
Contact: Randy Willis
District Administrator
Phone: (828) 465-8950
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Directions

mapAgricultural Resources Center
1175 S Brady Avenue
Newton, NC 28658


Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m
  Physical Location:
Catawba County Agricultural Resources Center
1175 South Brady Avenue, Suite 302
Newton, North Carolina

The Catawba County Agricultural Resource Center is located on the corner of East 0 Street and S. Brady Avenue, Newton, in the old hospital building just off Highway 321S Business. Offices are on the third floor and the meeting room is on first floor half way down main hallway on left.

The Catawba County Agricultural Resources Center is 1 mile south of the Catawba County Justice and Government Centers.

Going West on I-40: (from Raleigh or Statesville)

Take Exit #133 and turn left onto Rock Barn Road (Hwy. 70-321)and travel for 3 miles. At the intersection with Highway 321S Business(Bojangles is on corner) turn left and travel about 2.5 miles. You will pass the Catawba County Justice Center on your right. Continue on 321 past the Intersection with Highway 10 for 3/4 of mile. Get in left turn lane and turn left at the Catawba County Agricultural Resources Center sign (on left) onto East O Street. East O Street runs directly in front of the Agricultural Resources Center which is the three-story brick building on the left.

Going East on I-40: (from Asheville or Morganton)

Take Fairgrove Church Road Exit #128 and turn right. Go to stoplight and turn left onto Hwy. 70-321. When you come to intersection with Hwy. 321S Business (Bojangles on right), turn right and come approximately 2.5 miles. You will pass the Catawba County Justice Center on your right. Continue on 321S Business past the Intersection with Highway 10 for 3/4 of a mile. Get in left turn lane and turn left at the Catawba County Agricultural Resources Center sign (on left) onto East O Street. East O Street runs directly in front of the Agricultural Resources Center which is the three-story brick building on the left.

Going North on Hwy. 16: (from Charlotte)

At Newton City limits (just past junction with Hwy. 10) start counting stop lights. At the third light (one just beyond cemetery) turn left onto S. Brady Avenue. Stay on S. Brady which is in a residential area until you come to the stop sign. At the stop sign the Agricultural Resources Center is the 3-story building on your left.

Going North on Hwy. 321: (from Charlotte or Lincolnton)

Take Exit 28 and at the top of the ramp turn right; a little ways past the Texaco is a road that goes to the left - look for Lincoln Industrial Park sign and turn left. Follow this road past the golf course and into downtown Maiden. At the stoplight, turn left (Hwy. 321N Business) and at the next stoplight turn right. Follow 321N Business into Newton. Watch for the National Guard Armory on your left. Just beyond this is Sigmon's Belgian (horse) farm on your right. Continue for approximately 1/2 mile and get in right turn lane, turn right onto East O Street just beyond the sign for Catawba County Agricultural Resources Center (large Newton City limits sign is just past where one turns). East O Street runs directly in front of the Agricultural Resources Center which is the three-story brick building on the left.

OR

From Highway 321N continue to the Startown Road intersection, turn right at the top of the ramp and go to the stoplight at intersection with Highway 10. Turn right at this light, go through the next light, and turn right at the second light which is old Highway 321/NW Boulevard. After passing Burger King and South Newton Elementary School zone(both on left), at top of hill get in the left turn lane and turn left at the Catawba County Agricultural Resources Center sign (on left) onto East O Street. East O Street runs directly in front of the Agricultural Resources Center which is the three-story brick building on the left.