Bin County is a county of Xianyang, Shaanxi, China.
When Bin County was first established during the Qin Dynasty, it was called Qi County (simplified Chinese: 漆县; traditional Chinese: 漆縣; pinyin: Qī Xiàn). Later, the name was changed to Bin County (simplified Chinese: 邠县; traditional Chinese: 邠縣; pinyin: Bīn Xiàn). In 1964, the name was changed once more, into its current form.
In its current form, Bin County is named for Bin, the former home where Buzhu settled the Ji clan which became the Zhou dynasty.
Bin County holds jurisdiction over eight towns and eight townships.
- Towns: Chengguan, Longgao, Xinmin, Xiaozhang, Yongle, Beiji, Yimen, and Shuikou
- Townships: Xiangmiao, Tandian, Xipo, Hanjia, Chejiazhuang, Didian, Taiyu, and Xinbaozi
- Zhang Zengdao — government official from the late Qing period
Coordinates: 35°03′15″N 108°04′53″E / 35.05417°N 108.08139°E