Village of Pinehurst ranked 4th as Best Place to Retire in North Carolina (2019) by Bankrate.
Village of Pinehurst recognized in Top 10 Places to Live in NC by HomeStnacks.net for 2019.
Rodney Sutton received the 2019 Herman Drake Award, for North Carolina Solid Waste Operator of the Year.
Pinehurst Police Chief was honored with the2016 Chief of the Year Awardfor his dedication to the NC Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.
WeddingWire has named The Fair Barn as a winner of the prestigious WeddingWire Couples' Choice Awards 2016for event venues nationwide. This award is given to the top five percent of wedding professionals in more than 20 service categories and is comprised of more than 400,000 professionals globally.
Live after 5 was voted as one of the top 3 community events according to The Pilot's Reader Favorites in 2015.
Crystal Heart Award from the Arc of Moore County was given to Nicole Benbow, Parks & Recreation Program Coordinator for her work for people with special needs. (November 2015).
2007, 2008 & 2015 Favorite Public Park was awarded to Cannon Park/Camelot Playground according the The Pilot's Favorite Park.
Pinehurst Selected Top Retirement Destination by Where to Retire Magazine (April 2014)
The editors of ConventionSouth Magazine have named Pinehurst to their 2014 list of the "South's Surprising Recreational Havens for Groups." Article will appear in the November 2014 issue.
Pinehurst receives Intermediate "Level of Green" in the NC League of Municipalities Green Challenge that rewards local governments that meet various goals that save energy, natural resources, and money (Dec 2010)
Tree City USA from the Arbor Day Foundation (2006 - 2018)
National Historic Landmark from the U.S. Department of the Interior (June 1996)