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As of April 9, 2019, we are updating this section to include availability maps. These maps will show current availability, as well as projected availability over the next 18-24 months. Maps shown prior to April 9th are for illustration purposes only, and should not be considered as defining the availability of services.
Bertie County comprises about 741 square miles in area with a population of about 20,200. Timber is a key industry, as are livestock and the expanding poultry industry. Bertie County includes the eight incorporated townships of Askewville, Aulander, Colerain, Kelford, Lewiston-Woodville, Powellsville, Roxobel and Windsor. The county seat is Windsor.
Gates County is part of the Inner Banks of North Carolina and home of Merchants Millpond State Park. Significant industries include agriculture and timber. The county has a total area of 346 square miles and a population of about 11,500 and includes the unincorporated areas of Eason Crossroads, Eure, Hoflers Fork, Holly Grove, Gates, Mintonsville, Selwin and Tarheel. The county seat is Gatesville.
Halifax County is located in the Roanoke River and Tar-Pamlico River basins. It is one of the largest geographical counties in North Carolina, encompassing an area of approximately 722 square miles with a population of about 55,000 residents. Principal industries include textiles, tourism, industrial, and agricultural businesses. The county seat is Halifax. Other towns include Enfield, Hobgood, Littleton, Scotland Neck and Weldon. Unincorporated areas include Aurelian Springs, Brinkleyville and Heathsville.
Hertford Couty has a population of about 24,700 and encompasses about 360 square miles. The county seat is Winton and Hertford is considered as a part of the Inner Banks region of North Carolina. Incorporated towns in Hertford include Ahoskie, Como, Harrellsville and Murfreesboro. Hertford has a diversified economy including agricultural, industrial and other businesses throughout the county.
Northampton County’s population is about 22,099 and its county seat is located in Jackson. Towns in Northampton County include Conway, Garysburg, Gaston, Lasker, Rich Square, Seaboard, Severn and Woodland. Unincorporated areas include Margarettsville, Milwaukee, Pleasant Hill and Turners Crossroads. The county is 551 square miles in size.