If you're looking for homes for rent in a town that is close-knit, exciting and surrounded by active communities, look no further than Gibsonville, North Carolina. With Elon just 2 miles to the east and McLeansville 8 miles to the west, there are always interesting things to do in the area.
Fun Facts About Gibsonville
The town, which was named after Joseph Gibson, was incorporated on Feb.18, 1871, though it had been referred to as Gibsonville at least as early as 1855.
Silversmith Joseph Gibson had asked for the community to be named after him so that his legacy would live on, as he had no sons.
Resources for Renters
Renters new to the area should consider contacting the Parks and Recreation Department if they want to find out the most interesting courses, athletic programs and other forms of entertainment available to them.
Public Works is a good resource for individuals who want to learn more about town services such as curbside garbage pickup, the sewer system, recycling and hazardous waste disposal.
If you're interested in losing yourself in the latest best-sellers, look no further than the Gibsonville Public Library. You just need to bring your I.D. and proof of address along on your visit and you can leave with a new library card in hand.
Exciting Things to Do in Gibsonville
There are plenty of events that occur year-round in Gibsonville that all residents can enjoy. For instance, they can check out the Gibsonville Museum, the local farmers market on the town green every Saturday morning and the nighttime concerts on the town green that occur once a month from May to September. Additionally, there's a holiday parade every December that features floats, music and a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus.