The Town of Oak Ridge is located in Guilford County, just northwest of Greensboro, and is home to 7,073 residents. The Town became an incorporated municipality in 1998 and is governed by a five-member Town Council.
Oak Ridge boasts a rich history of agrarian culture and is known for such gems as the Old Mill of Guilford and Oak Ridge Military Academy.
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Urban Archery Season: Jan. 13-Feb. 17, 2018
The Town of Oak Ridge does participate in the state's Urban Archery Season. However, the Town does not have any land where archery hunting is permitted, nor does it keep a list of property owners who allow hunting on their property. Hunters must receive permission from individual landowners before hunting on their property.
The Urban Archery Hunting Season was implemented by the state of North Carolina in order to allow cities, towns, and villages to better control their deer populations.
• Deer harvested during the Urban Archery Season must be registered via telephone (1-800-I GOT ONE) or online at www.ncwildlife.org and shall NOT be registered with a wildlife cooperator agent.
• Daily and season bag limits, as well as possession limits, for both antlerless and antlered deer that apply to the general bow and arrow, muzzle loader, and gun deer seasons also apply to the Urban Archery Season.
• The hunter must have all applicable state hunting licenses. Licenses can be obtained online at http://www.ncwildlife.org/fs_index_04_hunting.htm, or by calling 1-888-2HUNTFISH.
• It is the responsibility of the hunter to obtain written permission of the property owner to hunt on the property.
For more information, contact NC Division of Wildlife Management at 919-707-0050.
Last updated 1/29/2018