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Executive Director - New Bern Redevelopment Commission
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About City of New Bern
New Bern, settled in 1710 by Swiss and Palatine immigrants, is the second- oldest colonial town in North Carolina and was the capital of the North Carolina colonial government. For a short period of time, it was also the state capital. The Swiss and German settlement of New Bern was named in honor of the founder’s home, Bern, Switzerland. When Bern, Switzerland was founded, it was named by a group of hunters. They named the city for the first animal they came upon on their hunting expedition. It was a bear. Bern is the old Germanic word for Bear, and the bear became the symbol of the city. It has been adopted by New Bern, as well. Recognized as a true "Southern Surprise," New Bern offers both visitors and residents the charm and warm hospitality of small-town life at its best combined with easily available modern conveniences and amenities. Located 30 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean at the confluence of two majestic rivers including the longest river in NC and the widest in America – the Neuse River, New Bern has it all: a mild four-season climate, unlimited recreational opportunities, a state-of-the-art regional medical facility, award-winning schools, a myriad of cultural... and social activities, affordable cost of living, and a thriving and prosperous business community. With award-winning museums, art galleries, top performances and shows, live music, festivals, local theater, and a vibrant food scene, New Bern is rich in cultural diversity that you can't find anywhere else. Home to Tryon Palace and the birthplace of Pepsi Cola, New Bern has 150 sites included in the National Register of Historic Places. Successful students become respected leaders with quality education that is second to none. With public and private education opportunities available throughout our family-friendly community, we're well equipped to teach and grow tomorrow's leaders. Students young and old will find fun and interactive programs of study whether you're preparing for the workforce, continuing your education, or transitioning into a new career. College prep programs allow students to earn college credit while still in high school. Within this riverfront community, the 5 largest ethnic groups are White (Non- Hispanic) (54.3%), Black or African American (Non-Hispanic) (30.2%), Asian (Non-Hispanic) (5.93%), White (Hispanic) (4.61%), and Other (Hispanic) (2.75%). In 2019, the median property value was $155,900, and the homeownership rate was 53%.
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