City of Charlotte

There’s a bevy of fun activities and programs in the Queen City, and Mecklenburg County.  From city nightlife, to parks, recreation and enjoying nature in the Greenway trails, as well as a host of fun activities for children.  ‘COMMUNITY VOICES’ host Ron Holland, opens the microphone for Guest hosts, Christine Edwards and Enovia Bedford to […]

The Beds for Kids organization has provided nearly 13,000 beds and over 117,000 pieces of furniture for families in Charlotte and surrounding communities.  This year, Beds for Kids will celebrate its 10 year anniversary being at the forefront of meeting the needs of families.  At this reading, dozens of families in the Queen City will […]

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Oct. 3, 2017) – The City of Charlotte invites Charlotte residents to attend one of six dinner meetings to learn more about city and county services, and to share ideas about what is important to their communities. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Meet & Eat Community Engagement Series consists of drop-in style meetings on six different dates […]

On Thursday, Mayor Jennifer Roberts implemented a curfew for the entire city of Charlotte. Nearly everyone with the exception of police, paramedics, emergency personnel, other public employees and the media must be off the roads from midnight until 6 a.m. Business such as bars and restaurants are expected to close at midnight. The list of people exempt […]

Mayor Anthony Foxx will hold a Town Hall meeting today from 7:30 – 9 p.m. at the Charlotte Museum of History, 3500 Shamrock Drive. Mayor Anthony Foxx will host a town hall this Wednesday, December 1, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at the Charlotte Museum of History, 3500 Shamrock Dr. This town hall, the Mayor’s […]

For years we have anticipated the closing of Eastland Mall. It has been talked about in the papers and in the streets, but it never happened. Shoppers still showed up daily. That all changed when the mall closed its doors yesterday for good.

VIA: City of Charlotte Solid Waste Services and Mayor Anthony Foxx is urging all Charlotteans to “Go Green for Charlotte” this week by wearing green to support Charlotte’s new residential recycling program – Recycle It! Effective July 1, Charlotte residents will notice several improvements to the current recycling program. The most noticeable will be […]