Carolina Panthers Stadium Funding
A public/private partnership ensuring the Panthers stays our hometown team
CityLYNX Gold Line Phase 1
A 1.5-mile stretch of streetcar service currently under construction until March 2015
North Carolina Tax Reform
City issues statement on NC General Assembly tax reform proposal
City Candidate Info
How to request information and avoid logo violations and signage citations
Charlotte-Douglas International Airport
Updates on control of the airport
Sign up to receive emergency alerts from a new city- and countywide mass notification system
Interdepartmental updates on illegal dumping
The community is invited to public meetings taking place throughout March 2014
Update on Mayor appointment
Members of the Charlotte City Council will select the next mayor at its next regular meeting on Monday, April 7, 2014
Tobacco-Free MecklenburgMecklenburg County is considering regulations to make all municipal government grounds and county parks in Charlotte and six surrounding towns tobacco-free.
Google Fiber in Charlotte
Charlotte is one of 34 cities being considered as Google looks to expand its fiber broadband networking service.
Repurposing coal ash
City staff recently presented recommendations on the feasibility of repurposing coal ash from the Riverbend Steam Plant.
Queen City Bowl: It's a draw!
Two great cities faced off on October 12 to lay claim to the title "Queen City." The City of Charlotte thanks its residents, partners, local businesses, the City of Cincinnati, the Carolina Panthers and the Cincinnati Bengals for a wonderful campaign and exciting football game!
“We are pleased that Charlotte voters approved the city bonds for streets, neighborhood improvements and housing that are vital to sustaining our reputation as a great place to live, work and play,” said Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter.“With the passing of the bonds, projects in our Community Investment Plan
will be moving forward,” said City Manager Ron Carlee.
As a part of the City's Community Investment Plan
, the City and Mecklenburg County are partnering to create a 26-mile trail and greenway from the City of Pineville, through Center City and onto the UNCC campus and Cabarrus County line.