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Explore Kannapolis

The balcony of the PHHI building is a great place to view fireworks displays throughout the summer, or get a birds-eye view of the downtown happenings anytime. The once-sleepy campus has come alive with activity as the town of Kannapolis has experienced a renaissance since the mill closure. It's exciting to work in the heart of it all. Explore places to play and live in the area through these resources.



Utilities: City of Kannapolis

  • Water/Sewer – City of Kannapolis – 704-920-4399
  • Electricity – Duke Energy – 1-800-777-9898
  • Natural Gas – PSNC Energy – 1-877-776-2427
  • Garbage and Recycling Service – Kannapolis Public Works Dept. – 704-920-4200

License and Transportation

Driver’s License or State ID Card
Cabarrus County License Office
2192 Kannapolis Hwy, Concord, NC

Vehicle License Plate and Vehicle Taxes
NC License Plate Agency 
1509 Dale Earnhardt Blvd, Kannapolis, NC

Charlotte Douglas International (CLT) is a 45 minute drive from Kannapolis

Train Station
201 South Main Street, Kannapolis, NC 28081
NC by Train

Bicycles and Scooters (No license required, must wear a helmet.)

Bus System
Rider Transit serving Concord and Kannapolis, NC.


Social Security Number (SSN)
Social Security Office
830 Florence St NW Concord, NC 28027

Internet and Home Phone

Cable and Satellite

Public School Systems

Medical Facilities

Community Resources

US Post Office
1040 Dale Earnhardt Blvd, Kannapolis, NC 28083

Offers Money Orders for a small fee.

Kannapolis Library
850 Mountain Street, Kannapolis, NC 28081

Parks and Recreation of Kannapolis

  • Veterans Park – 119 North Main Street
  • Dale Earnhardt Plaza – 109 West A Street
  • Village Park – 700 West C Street
  • Bakers Creek Park – 1275 West A Street
  • Walter M. Safrit Park – 1314 Bethpage Road
  • Vietnam Veterans Park – 760 Orphanage Road
  • Contact 704-920-4343 to see what each park has to offer.

Government Websites

County Government

Municipal Government

State Government

Area Attractions

Check for a calendar of events. The Charlotte region has several huge festivals that draw crowds worldwide annually.

Downtown Charlotte




Huntersville/Cornelius/Lake Norman

Regional (within a 2-hour drive)