Youngsville Area Business Association P.O. Box 966 Youngsville, NC 27596 US


Our Mission is to educate and promote local businesses

Our mission

                                            Our Mission is to Educate, Promote, and Provide Networking opportunities 

                                                    to local businesses to positively impact community growth, business 

                                                                                 betterment, and value to our members.

                                                  YABA is an 504 (c) nonprofit organization with an all volunteer staff.

YABA Projects

  • Youngsville Business directory
  • Facade Grant
  • Art Projects throughout the town including 5 murals
  • "Town of Youngsville"  Sign at Main Street intersection
  • Town of Youngsville" Town Hall sign
  • Previously Calendars themed by "Days gone by"
  • Christmas Parade - The Santa float 

  • Old Time Christmas Celebration
  • Christmas Care
  • Improvement of Mitchell & Luddy Park
  • Historic Plaques
  • Memorial bricks -  Bricks $50 per brick
  • Family Fest  
  • Business Expo - An  Annual event

Youngsville, North Carolina


Youngsville is a growing town in southwestern Franklin County, rich in history and full of promise. Its location in the  prosperous Triangle region of North Carolina has meant that Youngsville has seen its share of growth, but without losing the rural charm that has made it a desired destination for families and businesses alike. We welcome you to our website and encourage you to visit us soon. We are proud of our home town and we hope you will make Youngsville your  home town, too.

The settlement was originally established as Pacific around 1839 on land owned by John "Jack" Young. It was renamed Youngsville in his honor when the town was incorporated in 1875. Notable area residents include country music singer Jason Michael Carroll. William A. Jeffreys House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.


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