What should I do if the request service is not offered online?
Call 3-1-1 anytime during the hours of 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. If you are calling from outside Mecklenburg County or if your cellular carrier will not connect you to 311, dial (704) 336-7600.
Staff is available to provide critical community services associated with water, sewer, environmental and traffic hazard incidents. Staff is available from 7 a.m. until 1 a.m. for non-emergency services. Citizens are reminded to phone 9-1-1 in the case of an immediate emergency requiring the response of a police officer.
How do I track confirmation numbers provided?
Call 311 during normal business hours, 7am to 8pm 365 days a year.
Can you still track my request if I lose the confirmation number?
Yes, your request can be tracked call and speak with a 311 representative between 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
What type of issues can be reported online?
Sight Obstruction, Schedule Bulky Item Collection, Reserve Park Shelter, Report High Weeds and Grass, etc. (More Online Services)
Will I receive a callback from City/County Department with status of my request?
Depending on the request type you should be contacted or received a letter once your issue has been
When can I call to talk to a live person?
7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Sunday, 365 days a year.
Can I report multiple issues on one request?
No, at this time you will have to fill out separate request for each issue that you are reporting. We do suggest that you are detailed in the description.
Will more requests be added to this website?
In the near future more services will be offered. (Available Online Services
If I have an issue with my computer and did not receive confirmation that my request was submitted, what should I do?
Call 311 during normal operating hours and a representative will research and provide you with a confirmation number.
Can I report non-emergency situations on this website?
For non-emergency Police reports, please use the CMPD Online Crime Reporting System. Otherwise issues for Police must be reported by calling 9-1-1 (emergency) or 3-1-1 (non-emergency) during operating hours.
Will my contact information remain confidential once I enter the request?
The City of Charlotte is a public entity subject to the North Carolina Public Records Law. Any information you provide to the City is potentially subject to disclosure pursuant to a public records request.