Welcome to the Town of Pollocksville, a quiet little town of 325 located in the northeast portion of Jones County in North Carolina. U.S. Highway 17 runs through the town and provides fast transport to the north and south portions of the State. For the most part, this area is devoted to farming where the ground is very fertile and most everything grows. A large portion of the acreage has been set aside for industry which has been growing for the past years. Tobacco was a major crop but has been substantially reduced in recent years due to loss of demand. Tobacco provided the major portion of taxes. Many tobacco farmers have turned to the growing of cotton.
The Town Hall is located on the banks of the Trent River on Highway 17. Newly installed walkways provide an ideal location for fishing.
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