ⓘ Locust, North Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Locust, North Carolina

Locust is located in southwestern Stanly County at 35°16′2″N 80°25′36″W 35.267185, -80.426805. Through annexations, the city limits now extend west into Cabarrus County. Locust is bordered by the town of Stanfield to the south.

Center locust at the intersection of the combined North Carolina highway 24 / highway 27 from North Carolina 200. NC 24 / 27 leads to the East 15 miles 24 km to Albemarle and West in the Charlotte area. 27 a NC-25 miles 40 km from Charlotte city center. NK 200 leads North-West to us 601 and provides the route Concord, 15 miles, 24 km, and leads South-West 22 km 35 km in Monroe.

According to the census Bureau United States, the city of locust has a total area of 8.1 square miles 21.1 km 2, with no significant bodies of water.

                                     
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