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Census,  there were 18, people, 7, households, and 4, families residing in the city. The population density was 1, There were 8, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 5.
There were 6, households out of which The average household size was 2. In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were The city has a council-manager style of government.
The city council is composed of eight council members and the city manager, elected by the council members. The city manager serves a largely executive function, overseeing the city's administrative departments, appointing department heads and city employees, and informing the rest of the council of relevant municipal conditions.
Currently, the city manager is Rich Olsen. This council is elected every two years by each of the four wards composing the city electing two members. As ofthe mayor is Joseph Peel. Previous mayors include Charles L. Foster, who served from toand John Bell, who served from to and again from to Boyle as the resident judge.
This court presides over cases in the northern region of this district. As a component of the United States Department of Homeland Securitythe base, along with a host of defense contractors anchored by DRS Technologiesprovide a host of local jobs and maintains an influx of Coast Guard and industry employees from all around the country.
Elizabeth City is also home to one of the United States' few airship factories. The current airship facilities evolved from what had previously been Naval Air Station Weeksville, operational from to This latter hangar was the largest wooden structure in the world until its demise by fire in A joint public-private airpark adjacent to the Coast Guard base is in the planning stages.
Intended to make Elizabeth City a premier hub of the aviation industry, the airpark hopes to attract major tenants as well as the Aviation Science programs of Elizabeth City State University and related programs by the College of the Albemarle.
Arts and culture[ edit ] Elizabeth City is home to the Museum of the Albemarlethe northeastern regional branch of the North Carolina Museum of History.
The museum occupies a prominent location adjacent to the city's waterfront, and contains many permanent and revolving exhibits on the history and culture of the historic Albemarle region, of whose European colonization dates back tomaking the Albemarle the country's oldest inhabited area, second only to Jamestown and adjacent settlements in neighboring Virginia.
Like all NC state-operated museums, admission is free. The three-story building houses three art galleries, the state-of-the-art McGuire Theater for the performing arts, and multiple conference and meeting rooms.
The Center has been an economic driver for downtown Elizabeth City since its opening. Main Street business district, looking westward and away from Pasquotank River waterfront Pasquotank County has seven National Register Historic Districts and six resources that are listed individually on the National Register, containing the state's largest concentration of antebellum -style homes and commercial buildings.
It remains the tallest building in the region. The hotel contained rooms, and a heated garage now the rear parking lot with an interior filling station and lubricating stand. It remained the premier hotel and center of Elizabeth City's social activities for over 40 years.
Architecturally, its restrained Colonial Revival finish follows the typical division of such tall buildings into the three parts of a classical pillar: Today it serves as an elderly apartment complex. Ehringhausgovernor of North Carolina from to and for whom Ehringhaus Street, a major thoroughfare, is named.
The city hosts a Moth Boat Regatta annually in late February. North Carolina Potato Festival[ edit ] Elizabeth City hosts the North Carolina Potato Festivalan annual celebration of the potatoone of the region's most important crops.In addition to being North Carolina's capital, Raleigh emerged as an educational center in the 19th century.
St. Mary’s College, founded in by the Episcopal Church, is the oldest continuously operating school in Raleigh and the third oldest school for girls in North Carolina. The North Carolina State Capitol is a designated Raleigh Historic Landmark. The North Carolina State Capitol, a National Historic Landmark, is located on Capitol Square in the heart of downtown Raleigh.
Raleigh is the capital of North Carolina. Charlotte was an unofficial capital of the Confederacy at the very end of the Civil War. It had been established as the Confederate's headquarters after the fall of Richmond, Virginia, in At that time, Raleigh was simply a sprawling oak grove, says Ernest Dollar, director of the City of Raleigh Museum.
Once the Revolutionary War began in , New Bern was still technically the capital, but in order to elude the redcoats, the legislature conducted its business by . Estimated per capita income in $37, (it was $25, in ) Raleigh city income, earnings, and wages data Estimated median house or condo value in $, (it was $, in ).
The capital of North Carolina is home to some of the most dynamic restaurants in the country. Known for effortlessly blending modern architecture with historic buildings and monuments, Raleigh showcases fine dining and eclectic eateries.