Opening a business in the Town of Yanceyville, begins here. At present the Town of Yanceyville does not require businesses to acquire a privilege license; however, the Town does require that persons wishing to open or conduct business in Yanceyville fill out a Business Information Form. The Town also requires zoning approval of each business before it begins. Zoning approval can only be obtained by contacting the Town Manager.
The Business Information Form needed for all businesses can be picked up at the Municipal Services Building during business hours, or you can use the link on this page download it. This form needs to be submitted to the Town Manager and approved before the business can begin operations. Questions may be directed to the Town Manager at 336-694-5431.
Primary Areas of Business in Town
We invite you to join us in supporting Economic Development of the Town of Yanceyville! Since land is one of our most available resources it allows flexibility in planning the location of any new business. There are multiple opportunities for businesses in Yanceyville including the new CoSquare coworking space. This is managed by Caswell County Economic Development and is home to numerous remote workers that call Yanceyville and Caswell County home, yet work for corporations all over the US.
Yanceyville has three primary areas of business:
- Downtown (Historic district)
- Highway 86
- West Main Street
The Town's Central Business District (CBD) reflects its historical development. The Town's CBD begins at NC 62 and Main Street extending west on Main Street for approximately one mile. The focal point of the CBD is the historic Courthouse Square that contains the restored 1859 Caswell County Courthouse. About half of the CBD lies within the designated Yanceyville Historical District.
Caswell County and the Caswell County Board of Education own or occupy 19 buildings in close proximity to the Central Business District. Businesses in the CBD consist of banks, lawyer offices, CPA's, bail bondman, financial planner, newspaper, hardware store, take out restaurant, barber shop, salon and the CoSquare shared workspace. The CBD does not contain any regional or national retail businesses or chains.
Highway 86 is the primary location of larger retail and service businesses. It offers excellent highway access and busy sales activity.
West Main Street is the home of several offices and home businesses. This area is located in close proximity to the Historic Downtown and offers several undeveloped or under-utilized properties.