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About Us

A Small Town with a Big Heart 

A new town that began to emerge along the north-south railroad in the late 1890’s was so tiny that it would acquire a name derived from a Greek word meaning “small”. As years went by, Micro has remained the smallest incorporated town in Johnston County with fewer than 600 residents. Micro has developed a community spirit that would enable its citizens to say the quality of a community is not determined by the number of its inhabitants.

We invite you to pull off of I-95 at Exit 102 and stop by the Waffee Station or shop for cake decorating supplies at NC Paper Company...and enjoy this small and charming town!

Meet The Team

Town Staff

Interim Town Clerk

Kimberly Moffett

Deputy Clerk/Utility Clerk

Lisa Lee

Finance Officer

Public Works Director

Johnny Dixon

Police Chief

T. Macon Jones

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