600 East Fourth Street, Charlotte, NC, 28202, US
The City of Charlotte Housing & Neighborhood Services (HNS) board retreats help neighborhood and business associations assess the current state of their community, identify and prioritize strategic goals, create action plans and improve quality of life in Charlotte’s neighborhoods.
The retreat is free and open to all neighborhood organizations and business or merchant associations in Charlotte's city limits. In addition to current board members, participating organizations are encouraged to invite neighbors, business owners, school representatives and nonprofit partners that may help them achieve their goals. Each organization may have 5 to 8 participants.
A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Free parking will be available in close proximity to the building.
Neighborhood Board Retreat attendees will receive:
Capacity is limited. Applicants will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis with priority given to first-time attendees. Geographic diversity is encouraged.
Steps for participation:
1. Complete the registration form.
2. Neighborhood organizations will be eligible for consideration once at least FIVE (5) participants from the organization are registered. For-profit businesses and non-profit organizations not formally associated with a specific neighborhood are ineligible to attend.
3. If approved, you will receive a confirmation of approval to attend from City staff.
4. The deadline to apply for the retreat is August 1.
If you have questions, please contact email@example.com or call 704-353-1778 for assistance.
Which is your role within your neighborhood organization or business/merchant association?
Optional map upload (limit: 250MB)
What do you perceive as your organization's biggest challenges? Select up to 3 choices.
In order to be eligible to attend the Retreat, organizations must have at least five (5) participants. Members are encouraged to self-register. However, if you would prefer to register other members of your group, please provide their:
Please be sure to confirm participant interest and availability.
If you have more than five (5) participants, please email that information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neighborhood Organization Contact List (NOCL): The NOCL is a subscription list used to inform community leaders about opportunities, public meetings and projects that may impact their neighborhoods. Contact information for Primary Contacts will be displayed on the NOCL website. If you would like to subscribe to the NOCL, please register using this form.