Description

The North Carolina Townships Map templates in PowerPoint format include 103 slides. Firstly, the North Carolina Map is a blank US State map template. Secondly the North Carolina State map with 100 counties and equivalents. Thirdly the North Carolina county map with 1041 county subdivisions. Finally, the North Carolina State County Subdivision Maps by 100 counties individually, as PowerPoint templates are labeling with Township names. The layers are grouped into two categories, one by Township shapes and the other by Township names, which makes it easier to customize your slides.

The U.S. state of North Carolina State is divided into 100 counties, then further divided into 1041 county subdivisions or Townships, known as minor civil divisions (MCDs), which are including those categories below according to 2020 Census bureau.

  • There are 1,035 townships which are nonfunctioning nongovernmental entities.
  • Asheville city is independent of any MCD and serves as a county subdivision.
  • Cleveland County dissolved all townships and is now a single nonfunctioning nongovernmental county subdivision named Cleveland.
  • There are also four unorganized territories in North Carolina.

The 103 slides are listed below.

  • US state map and North Carolina State Outline Map (1)
  • North Carolina State Map with 100 Counties (1)
  • North Carolina State Map with County Subdivisions (1)
  • Each County map with subdivisions (100)

North Carolina, located in the Southeastern region of the United States, is known for its rich history and vibrant cities. It shares borders with Virginia to the north, Tennessee to the west, and Georgia and South Carolina to the south. As the 28th largest state and the 9th-most populous in the country, North Carolina offers a diverse range of attractions and opportunities. Its capital city is Raleigh, while the bustling city of Charlotte is the state’s most populous. North Carolina boasts a variety of landscapes, from picturesque beaches along the Atlantic Ocean to scenic mountains in the western region. The state’s economy thrives on industries like finance, manufacturing, and medical research.

There are 100 counties and their corresponding county Subdivisions number in the parentheses as followed. Each of the Subdivisions is an editable map.

  1. Alamance (13)
  2. Alexander (8)
  3. Alleghany (7)
  4. Anson (8)
  5. Ashe (19)
  6. Avery (19)
  7. Beaufort (6)
  8. Bertie (9)
  9. Bladen (15)
  10. Brunswick (6)
  11. Buncombe (16)
  12. Burke (13)
  13. Cabarrus (12)
  14. Caldwell (13)
  15. Camden (3)
  16. Carteret (16)
  17. Caswell (9)
  18. Catawba (8)
  19. Chatham (13)
  20. Cherokee (6)
  21. Chowan (4)
  22. Clay (6)
  23. Cleveland (1)
  24. Columbus (15)
  25. Craven (8)
  26. Cumberland (11)
  27. Currituck (4)
  28. Dare (6)
  29. Davidson (17)
  30. Davie (7)
  31. Duplin (13)
  32. Durham (6)
  33. Edgecombe (14)
  34. Forsyth (15)
  35. Franklin (10)
  36. Gaston (6)
  37. Gates (7)
  38. Graham (3)
  39. Granville (9)
  40. Greene (9)
  41. Guilford (18)
  42. Halifax (12)
  43. Harnett (13)
  44. Haywood (13)
  45. Henderson (8)
  46. Hertford (6)
  47. Hoke (8)
  48. Hyde (6)
  49. Iredell (16)
  50. Jackson (15)
  51. Johnston (17)
  52. Jones (7)
  53. Lee (7)
  54. Lenoir (12)
  55. Lincoln (5)
  56. McDowell (10)
  57. Macon (11)
  58. Madison (12)
  59. Martin (10)
  60. Mecklenburg (14)
  61. Mitchell (9)
  62. Montgomery (11)
  63. Moore (10)
  64. Nash (15)
  65. New Hanover (5)
  66. Northampton (9)
  67. Onslow (7)
  68. Orange (7)
  69. Pamlico (5)
  70. Pasquotank (6)
  71. Pender (10)
  72. Perquimans (5)
  73. Person (9)
  74. Pitt (15)
  75. Polk (6)
  76. Randolph (20)
  77. Richmond (7)
  78. Robeson (29)
  79. Rockingham (11)
  80. Rowan (14)
  81. Rutherford (14)
  82. Sampson (19)
  83. Scotland (4)
  84. Stanly (10)
  85. Stokes (9)
  86. Surry (15)
  87. Swain (3)
  88. Transylvania (8)
  89. Tyrrell (5)
  90. Union (9)
  91. Vance (8)
  92. Wake (20)
  93. Warren (12)
  94. Washington (4)
  95. Watauga (15)
  96. Wayne (12)
  97. Wilkes (21)
  98. Wilson (10)
  99. Yadkin (12)
  100. Yancey (11)

In a word, you can change the texts, colors, sizes, and add your charts. Most important of all, our maps can help to reduce your efforts and create good-looking maps. So you can focus on your core competence and outsource the maps to our professionals.

You can check our other US county subdivision maps as below.