Winfall—Where You Can Live in Comfort
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Special Notice: As the Town of Winfall are preparing for the Tropical Storm of strong wind and heavy rain, please take cover and check on the Elderly people in our neighborhood.
If you experience falling trees or other objects that may block roadways, please call 252-426-5751 or Town of Winfall Roads & Ground & Saftey personnel Mayor Pro-Tem Preston White @ 252-339-3268 or Andre’ Nixion @ 252-333-6630.
Please be safe!!!
The Peaceful Small Community Of Winfall, NC
The Town of Winfall welcomes everyone to our community, where we always maintain harmonious living. We know everyone in our neighborhood, have personal conversations with residents, and do our best to address the issues they raise.
Join our small community in Winfall, NC, where you and your family can live in peace and comfort. We are one of the most laid-back towns in North Carolina. We have peaceful residents and a low crime rate, so you can be sure your family is safe.
The Town of Winfall was incorporated in 1887, and since then, our lovely town has continuously welcomed new residents. Learn more about our community; contact us with your questions, and we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible. You may also get in touch with us through our Facebook page.
Despite being a small town, we have several growing businesses, numerous family-friendly restaurants, and many good schools. We also offer:
The Town of Winfall was incorporated in 1887, and since then, our lovely town has continuously welcomed new residents.
Perquimans County Chamber of Commerce
Perquimans County Tourism Development Authority
Meet Winfall Mayor Fred Yates
Frederick Lee Yates is a retired member of the United States Marine Corps. He is serving his fourth term as the first Afro-American Mayor for the Town of Winfall, NC.
Mayor Yates is involved in many church, community, and civic organizations. He is a civic-minded and unique people-person who contributes to the welfare and betterment of others. Mayor Yates serves on many boards around Eastern North Carolina and takes an active role in several organizations, including:
- Elizabeth City State University, Trustee Board Member
- Roanoke Missionary Baptist Association, Trustee Member Board
- Deacons’ Ministry of Melton Grove Missionary Baptist Church, Member
- Meridian Lodge #18, Member
- Board of Directors of the EIC, Member
- Eastern North Carolina Civic Group (Consists of 23 Eastern Counties), President
- Perquimans County NAACP, President
- Policy Committee for Save The Children Albemarle Head Start
- Academy and Hertford Rotary, Advisor
Mayor Yates is married to Arlene, and together, they are proud parents of six children.
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