McHenry Opens Triad District Office
Rural Hall, March 5, 2021
Today, Congressman Patrick McHenry (NC-10) announced the opening of a new office in Rural Hall to serve Tenth District constituents. New district maps were used for the 2020 North Carolina Congressional elections, moving many areas of the Piedmont Triad and Yadkin Valley including Stokes, Surry, Rockingham and suburban areas of Forsyth Counties into the Tenth Congressional District.
"My number one priority as a representative has always been to provide the best constituent services possible," said Congressman McHenry. "If folks have an issue they need assistance with, we're here to help and answer any questions we can. I'd personally like to thank the Mayor Tim Flinchum, Town Manager Megan Garner, and the Rural Hall Town Council for the office space in town hall."
Constituents who need assistance working with the Small Business Administration, Social Security Administration, with Medicare, Veterans benefits, procuring a passport, or other issues with the federal government can contact the office.
The office is located at:
Rural Hall Town Hall
423 Bethania-Rural Hall Road, Suite 6
Rural Hall, NC 27045
Congressman McHenry’s Triad office will be open on Mondays from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM and by appointment.
McHenry also maintains district offices in Hickory and Mooresville.