By Road Within thirty miles of Maggie Valley, there are several major transportation
corridors that make getting to your quiet mountain retreat quick and easy. Just nine miles away, Interstate 40 can be accessed via exit 20 on Hwy 276 / Jonathan Creek Road. By going east on I-40 for 30 miles, Interstate 26 can be accessed as well. Listed below are just a few examples of how quickly one can leave the hustle and bustle of a city center and find themselves in our valley.
By Air Maggie Valley is served by both regional and international airports. Below are the airports along with their distance from Maggie Valley.
Utility Service Providers
If you need to connect to water or have an existing account activated, please contact the Maggie Valley Sanitary District on their website, or by phone at 828/926-0145 or in person at 122 Rich Cove Road.
If you need to connect to sewer for new construction or would like to see if sewer is available in your area, please contact the Town at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 828/926-0866 for sewer application assistance.
There are two electric service providers within the Town of Maggie Valley. Depending on your location within the community, you will contact Duke Energy Progress using their website or by phone at (800) 452-2777 or Haywood Electric Membership Corporation at their website or by phone at (800) 951-6088.
Within Town there are several options for cable, satellite and internet service. Depending on your location, certain providers may meet your service needs better than others. These are some of the companies:
Primary Public Schools
Public schools in Maggie Valley are governed by Haywood County Schools. Haywood County Schools operates 15 schools within the county and has an annual enrollment of 7,188 students.
Public K-12 Schools Serving Maggie Valley
- Elementary School (K-5): Jonathan Valley Elementary School
- Middle School (6-8): Waynesville Middle School
- High School (9-12): Tuscola High School
Other K-12 Schools serving Maggie Valley
- Bethel Christian Academy (K-12)
- Haywood Christian Academy (K-12)
- Shining Rock Classical Academy (K-7)
- St. Joseph Academy (3-12)
Those seeking post secondary education opportunities may find them at Haywood Community College, Western Carolina University or the University of North Carolina-Asheville all located within a short drive of Maggie Valley.
Maggie Valley is served locally by Haywood Regional Medical Center A Duke LifePoint Hospital. Located in Clyde, this 146 bed facility is classified as a general medical and surgical hospital.
Mission Health is North Carolina’s sixth largest health system located a short drive away in Asheville. Mission Health Hospital is a 763 bed facility that features the region’s on dedicated Level II trauma center.
The nearest VA Medical Center located to Maggie Valley is Asheville’s Charles George VA Medical Center.
Nursing Home-Skilled Nursing Facility
Maggie Valley is home to Maggie Valley Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. This 44,000 square foot, 114 bed facility is located off of Campbell Creek Road at 75 Fisher Loop.
The Town is governed by a Mayor and a four-member Council known as the Board of Aldermen. All are elected in non-partisan races, held in odd numbered years, and serve four-year staggered terms. The Town has chosen the Council/Manager form of government which generally gives policy-making responsibility to the Board of Aldermen and administrative responsibilities, including personnel decisions, to the Manager. The Manager and the elected officials work hand in hand to develop sound policies, plans and financial decisions. All Board of Aldermen meetings and work sessions are open to the public. The Board conducts work a monthly agenda setting/work session, normally held on the first Tuesday of each month at 9:30am and conducts its monthly meeting on the second Tuesday of each month, normally at 6:30pm. These meetings are held in the Town Hall Board Room located at 3987 Soco Road Maggie Valley, NC 28751.
Boards and Commissions Like most communities, the Town of Maggie valley offers many opportunities for volunteer service. These volunteer services are offered through the following:
- Planning Board
- Zoning Board of Board of Adjustment
Permits Required – As a Maggie Valley resident, you know what a special community you have chosen. To maintain our beautiful town, you may find that you need permits or permission for some activities. The Planning Department can help you with the following:
- Fences, walls, decks and similar structures
- Swimming pools and outdoor spas
- Propane tanks
- Home occupations
*Note: If you are moving into a neighborhood with a Home Owners Association, additional rules and restrictions may apply.
As a Maggie Valley resident, you are also a resident of Haywood County. Five Commissioners serve four-year staggered terms and are chosen in partisan elections held in even numbered years. Some of the County’s responsibilities include schools, social services, and health services.
The Maggie Valley Branch of the Haywood County Public Library System is located within Maggie Valley Town Hall at 3987 Soco Road. The library is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 5pm. You may contact the library directly at 828/356-2541.
Important Recycling Information
The FY2016-2017 Budget placed a tremendous value in creating a better curbside recycling program for the Town of Maggie Valley’s residential community. The Town partnered with the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality and Haywood County Government to provide each residential solid waste customer within the Town’s corporate limits with a new blue 64-gallon recycling container. Switching to this collection method signals the end of blue bag collection recycling era in Maggie Valley. A container based recycling system promotes better curbside neighborhood aesthetics and eliminates environmental and economic inefficiencies associated with blue bag collection.
Haywood County’s Materiel Recovery Center at Jones Cove Road accepts items that the Town is unable to pick up. Check out their information here.
- Residential customers may come to Town Hall to pick up their blue curbside recycling containers. These containers are 64 gallons in size and are smaller than your existing 96-gallon brown trash containers. The new recycling containers should fit in most midsize and large SUVs as well as all pick-up trucks. Once you have your new blue recycling container feel free to start using it immediately. Remember the purpose of the new containers is to eliminate the use of “blue bags” in our recycling process to promote both environmental and economic efficiencies. Just place any recyclable item directly into the container without lining it with any bags.
- For those of you who cannot pick up your new recycling container in person at Town Hall due to time constraints or vehicle limitations the Town’s Public Works Department will hand deliver a container directly to your home. Once you have your new blue recycling container feel free to start using it immediately. Remember the purpose of the new containers is to eliminate the use of “blue bags” in our recycling process to promote both environmental and economic efficiencies. Just place any recyclable item directly into the container without lining it with any bags. We anticipate this delivery option to be the most popular with our residents so please be patient as it will take several weeks of delivery routes to make sure everyone who needs a container, has a container.
- Since the announcement was made about the Town’s new curbside recycling program featuring container based recycling collection, some residents expressed concerns about not wanting to be issued our standard 64-gallon blue container because of its large size. These concerns are completely reasonable but the Town does not want you to stop recycling. If you do not wish to receive a blue container, please contact Town Hall directly by phone 828.926.0866 or by email email@example.com. Instead of recycling using the Town issued container, you can use your own smaller container. Just place your personal container at the curb with all of your loose comingled recyclables in it—do not place these recyclables in any type of bag or they will not be collected. Recyclables placed inside of your Town issued “brown container” will also not be collected.
If you have additional questions regarding our Container Based Curbside Recycling Program just let us know, we are here to help.
Nathan Clark, Town Manager
Haywood County Board of Elections, 828/452-6633, is your one stop for all matters involving voting and elections within Haywood County and the Town of Maggie Valley. The Board of Elections is located at 63 Elmwood Way, Waynesville, NC 28786.
NC Driver’s License and Vehicle Tag / Registration
Driver’s License: NC Department of Motor Vehicles is located at 290 Lee Road, Clyde NC 28721. Phone 828/627-6969.
Registration: NC License Plate Agency is located in the Waynesville Plaza (80 Waynesville Plaza) Waynesville, NC 28786. Phone 828/452-1577.
US Post Office
Maggie Valley’s United States Post Office is located at 4280 Soco Road Maggie Valley, NC. The zip code is 28751. The Post Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm; closing each day for lunch between 1pm & 2pm. For additional information please visit them at usps.gov or call 828/926-0679.
Some of the properties within the Maggie Valley municipal limits have a Waynesville address. The Waynesville Post Office is located at 523 South Haywood Street, Waynesville NC. Zip codes are 28786 and 28785. This Post Office is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5pm and Saturday from 9am to noon. For additional information please visit them at usps.gov or call 828/456-9445.