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Welcome To Our Town

Badin is a community where people can live, work, worship, and play without the hustle and bustle of a larger city. The people of Badin enjoy a place where they can walk or drive a golf cart down the street to pick up their mail, eat at one of the restaurants, fish from the bank of Badin Lake, play a round of golf, or just visit with neighbors. Badin is a place where everyone knows their neighbors, and they work together to help each other.

Mission Statement

Badin will serve its citizens responsibly and respectfully with fiscal and ethical accountability while maintaining goals of preservation and prosperity.

Énoncé de Mission de Badin

Badin servira ses citoyens de maniere  citoyens de manière responsable et respectueuese avec la responsibilité finacière et éthique tout en maintenant golas de la préservation et de la prospérité.


The Town of Badin is seeking qualified and competent consultants to provide On-Call Architectural/Engineering Services for assistance with various municipal architectural/engineering projects. The Town of Badin is seeking a qualified architectural/engineering firm or combination of firms whose experience and expertise will provide timely, professional services. It is the intent of the Town of Badin to receive qualification statements in which the architect will include the required engineering services. For an advance copy of the RFQ email Inquiries and site visit to be addressed during optional preproposal meeting, 11 a.m. Dec. 6, in Badin Town Hall located at 36 Falls Road, Badin, NC 28009.

Responses due by 2 p.m. January 3, 2023. Responses should be delivered to the attention of:
Town Manager Jay Almond
Town of Badin
PO Box 707
Badin, NC 28009

Click here for the Architectural and Engineering Firm RFQ

Addendum - Clarification on Architectural and Engineering Firm RFQ:
Responses due by January 3, as listed on Web Site rather than Dec. 13 as noted on PDF.

National Register of Historic PlacesBadin Historic District added to the National Register of Historic Places Program in 1983


A French-Flavored Town at the Foot of the Uwharries