The Town of Ramseur is a quiet, friendly, rural community of 1,700 where everyone knows their neighbor. The church bells can be heard every hour in the downtown historical district, and seldom does one experience the aggravation of heavy traffic. Ramseur is a relaxed location in which to work and live, and many of the amenities of a larger city – grocery store, pharmacies, medical practices, building supply, restaurants, and a wide variety of churches to name a few – are easily accessible to local residents. Ramseur maintains a sense of community and appeals to those who enjoy a small town atmosphere.

Ramseur, comprised of 1.6 square miles, is located in Eastern Randolph County, 10 miles east of Asheboro on US Highway 64. The Town’s central location within the Piedmont Triad provides easy access not only to Greensboro, but also to local attractions such as the North Carolina Pottery Museum in Seagrove and the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro. Raleigh, Winston-Salem, and Charlotte are each within 90 minutes of Ramseur and offer all of the experiences of larger cities such as professional sports, concert venues, shopping, and fine dining.

School children in the Ramseur area are served by both public and private educational opportunities.

Ramseur Elementary School , with roughly 500 students, is located on US Highway 64 in town.