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North Carolina is a Right-to-Work state with a corporate tax rate that is the lowest corporate tax rate among all the southern states at 2.5%, as of January 2019.


Lake Norman has a total population of 103,880. Our residents have some of the highest education levels in the state, resulting in a population that is educated and well-qualified.


Lake Norman is the largest man-made lake in North Carolina with 520 miles of shoreline. The area's mild, four season climate makes for perfect year-round fun!


Charlotte-Douglas International Airport has 730 daily departures and offers direct non-stop flights to 175 destinations, including 33 international destinations.

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Lake Norman Economic Development is responsible for improving the quality of life for residents through the expansion of the tax base by attracting new capital investment and creating new, highly skilled jobs for the towns of Cornelius, Davidson and Huntersville.

Residents with a High School Diploma

Residents with a Bachelors Degree

Labor Force Participation Rate (16+ years old)

Average Town Population Growth from 2010 - 2016

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Fast Facts

Fortune 500 Companies Headquartered within the Charlotte Region

Median Age of Lake Norman workers

Miles of Shoreline on Lake Norman

Daily Airport Depatures at Charlotte Douglas


Latest News

Chamber honors Southwire for education support

The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce recognized the Southwire Huntersville plant for “outstanding support of education” at the Education PowerLuncheon at Northstone Country Club. Southwire received the first “Inspire our Future” award at the event which featured Mark Johnson, superintendent of public instruction in North Carolina


Fiberglass manufacturer Saertex multiCom expands in Huntersville

SAERTEX multiCom LP is pleased to announce the expansion of its US operations. SAERTEX multiCom plans to invest more than $20 million in a new manufacturing and warehouse facility near its current location in Huntersville, North Carolina. 


Davidson College opens Hurt Hub to promote innovation and entrepreneurship

The college, which doesn’t have a traditional business school or graduate programs, conceived an entrepreneurship incubator in 2014 when the family that owned the historic Davidson Cotton Mill, located just off campus, offered to sell the industrial complex for $730,000. School officials transformed the 23,000-square-foot space into the Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, named after a $5 million donor, Jay Hurt, an ’88 Davidson alumnus and CEO of The Hurt Co., a Houston-based lubricant and fuel distributor acquired by RelaDyne in 2010.

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Huntersville, NC 28078