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Welcome to Whether you are a new resident, a current resident learning more about your hometown, or a visitor, I’d like to share some information about our lovely community. As Huntersville’s former Mayor and now Executive Director of the Huntersville Regional Chamber, I am very proud of all the amenities we have in the area that add to a top-notch quality of life. Huntersville is a mere 15 minutes from Charlotte and yet, we have urban, rural and lake access in our town. We are at the crossroads of I-77 and I-485 and just a short jaunt to I-85. Our transportation network gives residents and visitors easy access to just about anywhere you want to travel in the South! Huntersville is an easy day trip to both the mountains and the beaches, but to be honest, there is so much in our region, we’ll keep you busy checking out all the events and activities and sites around us. We have access to both Mountain Island Lake and Lake Norman, and simply by checking our Chamber website at www.HuntersvilleChamber.com, you’ll be able to find destinations like the flagship Discovery Place Kids museum, Carolina Raptor Center, Latta Plantation, Rural Hill, Birkdale Village, Carolina Renaissance Festival and more. We have an extensive greenway program, active Parks and Recreation programs for all ages, and parks galore and of course, tastes from all kinds of restaurants and microbreweries and even our own historical water spring (Midas Spring Water) and local distillery (Murto Made). For decades, Huntersville has poised itself for growth, cognizant of the Charlotte regional growth and the potential challenges that would arise. As a result, Huntersville, along with northern neighboring communities Davidson and Cornelius, were the only three towns in the country that held building moratoriums together nearly thirty years ago so they could plan for the future of their towns. Creating a diversified tax base, with a number of large corporate entities, has allowed the Town of Huntersville to keep the tax rate low, while working to improve facilities and programming and public safety; making Huntersville a safe and pleasant place to work and live. The Huntersville Regional Chamber is the first Chamber in North Carolina to create a local job board to encourage our local companies to retain local talent and is free to register and search as a job applicant, www.LakeNormanWorks.com. We have much to offer here in Huntersville and encourage you to learn more about our community. We have a diverse citizenry, living in our numerous unique and vibrant neighborhoods. We also have lots of shopping and restaurants with new offerings on the way.We celebrate our history dating back to the Revolutionary War and we welcome new entities with open arms. We hope you’ll enjoy this magazine and seek us out if you need more information. Best regards,

Jill Swain Jill Swain Executive Director, Huntersville Regional Chamber 2

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BY THE NUMBERS Local demographics




GO, SEE & DO Enjoy all that Huntersville has to offer




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When you join the Chamber, you join a community Whether your business is large or small, the Huntersville Regional Chamber is hear to help you. We work to connect you and your employees with resources that not only help professionally, but personally. We’re more than a chance to pass out business cards again. We are your community connector. Creating a strong foundation for economic viability. The Huntersville Regional Chamber connects businesses and citizens in Huntersville, Davidson, Cornelius and the Lake Norman region. It is the mission of the Huntersville Chamber to contribute to a strong community economic foundation. The vision of the Huntersville Regional Chamber is to be the nucleus of area businesses, providing a catalyst for economic prosperity, creating partnerships among members and the community, advocating for business needs and developing future business and community leaders. The Huntersville Regional Chamber is dedicated to the success of your business. The return on your investment from a growing number of services, programs and benefits will be invaluable. As the town of Huntersville continues to grow and flourish, your opportunities will grow with the guidance of an organization that is formed strictly for your business success. As an investor in the Huntersville Regional Chamber, you will have opportunities to develop partnerships and link to other businesses. You will be a valued participant in community outreach and input. The Huntersville Regional Chamber will be your conduit for advocacy and business development opportunities and will give you immediate listing on our website and membership directory. You’ll also have unique opportunities not available to non-member businesses. The Huntersville Regional Chamber can help you, and in return, help the community at large. As such, YOUR voice will dictate the future visions for the Huntersville Regional Chamber. The Huntersville Regional Chamber is dedicated to be unique. While networking events and grand opening celebrations remain a norm of Chamber offerings, the Huntersville Regional Chamber will go above and beyond to find special opportunities for YOUR business to find successes. Thinking outside of the box. Matchmaking your business with partners. Referrals that benefit both entities. Making sure you get the biggest bang out of a membership fee that doesn’t hurt your wallet. What you get out of the Huntersville Regional Chamber will of course also depend on you. Take advantage of opportunities that you’ll receive. Make suggestions on how the Chamber can grow. Reach out of your comfort zone. The Huntersville Regional Chamber is here to back you up.

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Chamber Amenities

Monthly member meetings at rotating locations - showcase your business by hosting a monthly member meeting. Or, get to know other regional businesses by attending monthly meetings. We become each other’s ambassadors. LakeNormanWorks.com - The first Chamber in North Carolina to offer a local job board for local talent, integrated with Google, this free amenity of membership can save you hundreds of dollars in posting with other national job boards, AND gives you local talent options, AND gives your business immediate increased search engine optimization. Carolina Export Assistance Program - For those companies who export, the Geneva Convention dictates a Chamber-certified certificate of origin. We now offer the service online, so you never have to leave your desk. Business Betterment - Chamber members can teach and learn from each other in monthly series specifically designed to enhance business techniques. Women’s Networking Group -The last Friday of each month is an opportunity for women business leaders to gather for lunch and discuss pertinent issues. Resources and Social Media - We’re here to help!

403 N. Old Statesville Road Huntersville, NC 28078 704-493-7113 www.huntersvillechamber.com

This is Huntersville! Located in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, Huntersville is one of three towns located just north of Charlotte, but still within Mecklenburg County. The other two towns are Cornelius and Davidson. Set along the southern shores of both Lake Norman and Mountain Island Lake, Huntersville is home to one of the fastest growing communities in the area. With a population over 57,000 and just 14 miles from the bustling city of Charlotte, Huntersville continues to develop and attract newcomers and businesses. The lure of the water, combined with a friendly and charming atmosphere, variety of housing options, numerous attractions and recreational options make this town the ideal place to live for active families, retirees and young professionals. Two exits along Interstate 77 serve Huntersville. Gilead Road (Exit 23) connects the expressway with the town. Sam Furr Road (or NC Hwy. 73 at Exit 25) provides access to a multitude of shopping, restaurants, medical, and office complexes. Statesville Road (US Hwy. 21) and Old Statesville Road (NC Hwy. 115) are the two main north-south arterial roads through the town. These two roadways complement I-77 south to Charlotte and north to Mooresville and Statesville, which are both in adjacent Iredell County.


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Easy access to this suburban community is also made possible by the close proximity to the major interstate systems of I-485 and I-85. Living near the lakes means there is always something fun to do in the great outdoors from boating and fishing, bird watching and nature hiking, to dining and shopping along the water’s edge. With over 500 miles of shoreline, residents and visitors enjoy easy access to the water with marinas, boat ramps, and public parks. If you’re looking to get out of town, regional travel to the Blue Ridge Parkway or the Carolina beaches are easily accessible and can be reached within a couple of hours by car. Charlotte Douglas International Airport, ranked among the top 10 busiest airports in the world, can typically be reached within 25 minutes. The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) offers convenient bus routes to keep you moving. All three routes meet at the Huntersville Gateway Park and Ride on Statesville Road.

How to use the I-77 Express Lanes Decide if you want to use the optional tolled express lanes, the free general purpose lanes or a combination of both. Follow signs to enter and exit between the 11 segments. Segments are each billed separately. There are no tollbooths; drivers either pay with a NC Quick Pass or by mail or email. Cameras in each lane photograph license plates and send bills to the registered address. Drivers pay 35% less if they use an NC Quick Pass. NC Quick Passes come as stickers and transponders and can work in other states. Stickers are free. Transponders cost between $7.40 - $16.49 depending on the type. For more information go to: www.i77express.com

By the Numbers

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POPULATION BY AGE GROUP Under 5 years .......................................................

8.1% Under 18 Years ................................................... 28.3% 65 years and Over ................................................. 9.2% Median Age .................................................. 32 Years Veterans In Huntersville ...................... 2,578 2014-2018

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Located in Mecklenburg, Iredell, Catawba, and Lincoln Counties in North Carolina, Lake Norman has endeared the community to both visitors and residents for decades. Created between 1959 and 1964, this picturesque lake was man-made to serve the nuclear power plant, and Mountain Island Lake, a smaller man-made lake that is used as Charlotte's city water source and located along the southwest border of Huntersville. Lake Norman was named after Norman Atwater Cocke, former president of Duke Energy. As the largest man-made body of fresh water in North Carolina, Lake Norman offers 520 miles of shoreline and a surface area of more than 50 square miles. The waters average depth is 33.5 feet, but at some points it drops down to 110 feet. Whether you prefer fishing, sailing, kayaking or watching the sun set, Lake Norman offers something for everyone. Mountain Island Lake is a lake northwest of Charlotte created in 1924 to coincide with the building of Mountain Island Hydroelectric Station. It is named after the mountain which appears as an island in the lake, and the surrounding area is identified by the lake’s name. Nearly 13 miles of shoreline are in the Huntersville area, accessed from the Latta Plantation Nature Preserve for fishing and boating, or observing from the numerous trails. The shape of the lake follows the meander of the Catawba River’s course, dammed near the Mount Holly Wastewater Plant. Full pond elevation is approximately 647.5 feet. The lake has around 3,281 acres of surface area and 61 miles of shoreline. Mountain Island Lake is fed by the Catawba River, and is the smallest of the three man-made lakes that border Mecklenburg County (Lake Norman and Lake Wylie). The primary function of this lake is to provide drinking water for nearly a million residents of Charlotte in Mecklenburg County, as well as Mount Holly and Gastonia in Gaston County. There are two boating access areas on the lake and a tailrace fishing platform for bank fishing in cooperation with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.

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$283,300 Median Household Income ............. $97,320


EDUCATION High School Graduate or Higher

Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 2014-2018







#23 2019 Best Suburbs To Live in the Charlotte Area

2019 Safest Cities To Live In North Carolina

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CAROLINA RAPTOR CENTER This living museum is dedicated to the conservation of birds of prey. Come see over 25 species of native and exotic raptors including hawks, falcons, eagles, and owls. Located in Latta Plantation Nature Preserve.


Go, See & Do Visiting shoppers will be delighted when they visit Huntersville. Our local shops offer a wide variety of options.

6000 Sample Road Huntersville, NC 28078 704-875-6521 www.carolinaraptorcenter.org

BIRKDALE VILLAGE This open-air center is a perfect combination of retail, office and residential units. The center has two main entrances, over 70 retail shops, 10 restaurants, a 16-screen theater and a one-of-a-kind interactive fountain.


DISCOVERY PLACE KIDS-HUNTERSVILLE Learn about the environment, weather, electricity and more through exciting exhibits and games. Walk the mile long nature trail or enjoy a butterfly garden. 13339 McGuire Nuclear Station Road Huntersville, NC 28078 980-875-5600 www.duke-energy.com


An innovative children’s museum built on the theme of “I CAN” and offers unique opportunities for learning through play for ages birth thru 8 years old.


105 Gilead Road | Huntersville, NC 28078 704-372-6261 https://kids.discoveryplace.org/huntersville

4431 Neck Road Huntersville, NC 28078 704-875-3113 http://www.ruralhill.net


JOE GIBBS RACING Get a behind the scenes look of this NASCAR team by visiting the race shop and gift store. Drivers include Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch among others. 13415 Reese Blvd. West Huntersville, NC 28078 704-944-5000 https://joegibbsracing.com


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8712 Lindholm Drive | Huntersville, NC 28078 https://birkdalevillage.net


ROSEDALE SHOPPING CENTER A visit here will reveal a wide array of retail, restaurants, service providers. Harris Teeter, Publix and CVS Pharmacy anchor an extensive blend of local and national businesses. 9911 Rose Commons Drive | Huntersville, NC 28078


NORTHCROSS SHOPPING CENTER This outdoor complex is a hub for shoppers of every kind featuring over 60 retailers and restaurants. Major anchors include Kohl’s, Lowe’s, Target, Harris Teeter, and HomeGoods. 9751 Sam Furr Road | Huntersville, NC 28078 www.shopnorthcross.com


RURAL HILL Step back in time at this 250 + year old historic site, nature preserve, cultural events site, farm, and all around great place to get away from daily life.



This massive 20-acre amusement park includes bowling, laser tag, three-story playground, bumper cars, arcade games, miniature golf, go-karts, rides and a restaurant and bar. 10621 Bryton Corporate Center Drive Huntersville, NC 28078 704-875-7888 https://frankies.com/charlotte/


HUNTERSVILLE FAMILY FITNESS & AQUATICS Built in 2001, this 88,000-square-foot facility includes full aquatic and fitness components for the whole family. Amenities include a 50-meter pool, 10-meter dive tower, splash pad and fitness studio. 11725 Verhoeff Drive Huntersville, NC 28078 704-766-2222 www.hffa.com

BRYTON TOWN CENTER Bryton features multi-family residences, office, retail and industrial spaces. Bryton is anchored by Walmart and features several fast food establishments such as McDonalds and Bojangles. 11145 Bryton Town Center Drive Huntersville, NC 28078 https://shopbryton.com

HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITES Huntersville is home to numerous historic and cultural landmarks, which includes churches, homesteads and schools. Landmarks in Huntersville date back to the 1700s and 1800s. ALEXANDRIANA The site of monument to signers of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, May 20, 1775, and homesite of John McNitt Alexander. 9921 Old Statesville Road Huntersville, NC 28078


BATTLE OF COWAN’S FORD The last battle of the American Revolution fought in Mecklenburg County on February 1, 1781. Original battle site lies under Lake Norman. Memorial to battle and General William Lee Davidson is located across from Duke Energy’s McGuire Nuclear Station.


BLYTHE HOMESTEAD Blythe Homestead possesses special significance as it is an intact homestead dating back to the land acquisition by Samuel Blythe in 1772. 16001 Beatties Ford Road Huntersville, NC 28078


CALDWELL STATION SCHOOL A well preserved example of early 20th century rural school architecture in Mecklenburg County. 17616 Caldwell Station Road Huntersville, NC 28078


CEDAR GROVE Historic plantation house built between 1831-1833. One of the premier Greek Revival style homes remaining in Mecklenburg County and the Piedmont Region.

antebellum mill, which survives in Mecklenburg County. Gilead Road Huntersville, NC 28078 ___________________________ ERWIN-OEHLER HOUSE This house is a reminder of the agricultural economy that shaped life in largely rural nineteenth-century Mecklenburg County. The Oehlerfamily figured prominently in the social and religious activities around the Ramah community in northeast Mecklenburg County. 

GENERAL WILLIAM LEE DAVIDSON A Revolutionary War officer who was killed at the Battle of Cowan’s Ford. He is buried nearby in the Historic Hopewell Presbyterian Church cemetery. He is the namesake of Davidson, NC and Davidson College.

RAMAH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The founders of this historic church belonged to the heterogeneous aggregate of pioneers who began to settle the Carolina backcountry in the mid-1700s. The current church sanctuary was built in 1881 with Greek Revival/Italiante style.

Beatties Ford Road Huntersville, NC 28078 ___________________________ HISTORIC LATTA PLANTATION Step back in time at this 52-acre plantation (circa 1800) and get a personal glimpse into the life of a merchant (James Latta) and his family in rural Mecklenburg County in the early days of our Republic.

14401 Ramah Road Huntersville, NC 28078 www.ramahpcusa.org

HOLLY BEND This historic plantation house, also known as Hollywood, was built between 1795 and 1800 on 420 acres. This two-story house features Federal design elements.

HOPEWELL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH With religious services beginning in the early 1750’s, this is one of the oldest Christian congregations in Mecklenburg County. The church was built in 1833-1835 with Greek Revival style design elements and the stone wall is a unique aspect. 10500 Beatties Ford Road Huntersville, NC 28078 704-875-2291 https://hopewellpresby.org ___________________________ INGLESIDE Erected immediately following the Civil War and was home to Dr. William

RURAL HILL Settled in 1760, this 265-acre farm is the oldest and largest publicly owned historic site in Mecklenburg County. Rural Hill Farm was the homestead of Revolutionary War Patriot, Major John Davidson. 4431 Neck Road Huntersville, NC 28078 www.ruralhill.net ___________________________ BRADFORD FARM & STORE Revisit the good old days and see where William Bradford ran a cotton gin, a blacksmith shop, and a sawmill on his property. Check out the store for fresh farm produce, herbs, baked goods and more at the original general store which ran from 1912-1958. 15908 Davidson-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078 ___________________________ TORRENCE-LYTLE SCHOOL Originally opened in 1937 with seven classrooms, this is one of the older remaining African-American school buildings in Mecklenburg County. 302 Holbrooks Road Huntersville, NC 28078

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5225 Sample Road Huntersville, NC 28078 704-875-2312 www.lattaplantation.org ___________________________

HUGH TORANCE HOUSE & STORE Mecklenburg County’s oldest standing store and connected store. Hugh Torance purchased the property in 1779. The historic store was operated from 1805 to 1825 by Hugh Torance’s son.

TORANCE MILL The ruins of Torance Mill, which provided lumber that built Cedar Grove remain at the site off Gilead Road. This is the most imposing ruin of an

OAK LAWN This historic plantation house was built in 1818 by Benjamin Wilson Davidson, the son of Astor John Davidson, a participant in the American Revolution. McCoy Road Huntersville, NC 28078 ___________________________

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Speight McLean Davidson. He was a member of the first graduating class at Davidson College in 1840. He’s buried at Hopewell Presbyterian Church.

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Greenway Park

Greenway Drive and Dallas Drive

Holbrook Park

100 Sherwood Drive

Huntersville Athletic Park

11720 Verhoeff Drive

Huntersville Elementary School

200 Gilead Road

North Mecklenburg Park

16131 Old Statesville Road

Richard Barry Memorial Park

13707 Beatties Ford Road

Torrence Creek Elementary School

14550 Ranson Road

Veterans Park

Main Street and Maxwell Street

Waymer Park

14200 Holbrooks Road

Huntersville Parks & Recreation Administrative Offices 105 Gilead Road - 3rd Floor Huntersville, NC 28078 Phone: 704-766-2220 Fax: 704-992-5528 parks@huntersville.org Huntersville Recreation Center 11836 Verhoeff Drive Huntersville, NC 28078 Phone: 704-464-5520 Contact Huntersville Parks & Recreation to learn about facility rental spaces.


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Our expanding park system provides the perfect locations for the community to connect with nature and each other. Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department’s Parks and Facilities Division is responsible for maintaining and operating twenty-four (24) parks and recreational facilities. The Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department's programming division offers quality and diverse programs to the citizens of Huntersville at the lowest cost possible. The department offered over 90 successful programs and special events to over 17,000 participants last year. Programs offered range from art classes, special events, girl’s volleyball, adult softball, adventure summer camps, senior programs, trips, preschool programs, Start Smart, senior softball, pickleball, after school and Kids Out fun day programs. Huntersville Parks and Recreation Department welcomes individuals of all abilities into its programs and activities and encourages the individuals to participate as independently as is possible in the activity of his/her choice.

GOLF You don’t have to “drive” very far in Huntersville to find some beautiful courses. You’ll be impressed by the variety and quality to be enjoyed.

SKYBROOK GOLF CLUB One of Charlotte’s premier semi-private golf courses. This 72-par course offers five sets of tees to complement the skill level of each golfer.

BIRKDALE GOLF CLUB 18-hole Arnold Palmer-designed Championship golf course.

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NORTHSTONE COUNTRY CLUB Private club providing an award-winning golf course, four championship size tennis courts, fitness center, and four pools in the aquatic center. 15801 Northstone Drive | Huntersville, NC 28078 704-948-4286 | www.northstoneclub.com






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Tom Nolan This is the Life. Lake enthusiasts have plenty of activities to fill their itinerary.

Huntersville has shore access to both Lake Norman and Mountain Island Lake. Engage in a variety of activities on these waters, from swimming and boating to jet skiing and paddleboarding. Outdoor lovers will swoon over the availability of so many great parks and trails to check out around the lake as well. BLYTHE LANDING 26-acre park, located on the banks of Lake Norman features floating piers and boat launch sites. Other amenities include a playground, picnic areas, and sand volleyball courts. If you’re hungry, stop by the Dockside Cafe for snacks, sandwiches, and beverages. 15901 NC Hwy 73 | Huntersville, NC 28078 980-314-1001 | www.mecknc.gov


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LAKE NORMAN COMMUNITY SAILING This non-profit community sailing center provides affordable, accessible and safe access to Lake Norman. They offer access to Flying Scots, sunfish, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards and keelboats. They also offer sailing lessons for adults and youth and camps. 15901 NC Hwy 73 | Huntersville, NC 28078 704-947-7245 | www.lnsailing.org


McGUIRE FISHING AREA Located off Highway at the McGuire Nuclear Station, this fishing area is FREE to the public, has a nice parking lot with porta-johns, graveled walkways, and ample lighting at night. It’s also handicapped accessible with a handicapped accessible fishing pier. 13225 McGuire Nuclear Station Road | Huntersville, NC 28078 980-875-4000 | www.duke-energy.com


RAMSEY CREEK PARK Enjoy a fun day of swimming at this 46-acre waterfront park that features a beach, boat launch and docks, fishing pier, playground, nature trails, enclosed dog park, volleyball court, horseshoe pit, and picnic shelters.

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LATTA NATURE CENTER AND PRESERVE Latta Nature Preserve offers endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Paddling enthusiasts will find two launch areas that provide access to Gar Creek and Mountain Island Lake, including an ADA accessible ramp. Numerous fishing opportunities are available, including a fishing dock. Anglers ages 16 and older must have a NC State Fishing License. 6211 Sample Road | Huntersville, NC 28078 980-314-1129 | www.mecknc.gov

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Mark Your Calendar Throughout the year, residents and visitors delight in an

endless array of enticing events - fun knows no bounds here.

TOP DECK CAR & TRUCK SHOW March 14, 2020 @ 9AM-1PM

Come out to see all makes and models of cars and trucks. Enjoy family friendly activities, 50/50 raffle and door prizes. Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078


JAZZ CONCERT SERIES April 4, 11, & 25 2020 @ 5PM-8PM

RURAL HILL SCOTTISH FESTIVAL & LOCH NORMAN HIGHLAND GAMES April 17-19, 2020 You don’t have to be Scottish to enjoy this annual festival. Features nationally sanctioned competitions and attractions like clachneart throwing, turning the caber, hammer tossing, highland dancing, battle axe contests, and kilt races. More than 90 Scottish clans, historical encampment, climbing wall, retail vendors, food vendors, Celtic music, and more! Historic Rural Hill 4431 Neck Road Huntersville, NC 28078 www.lochnorman.com _____________________________

Join us every Saturday in April for sultry tunes of local artists from all over North Carolina and even the United States. Bring a chair, blanket, or even snacks as we take out ears to pure nirvana. Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078


PICTURES WITH THE EASTER BUNNY & EGG HUNT April 5, 2020 @ 1PM-5PM Enjoy some Easter fun with an egg hunt and photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny. Holbrook Park 100 Sherwood Drive Huntersville, NC 28078 10

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MOVIES IN THE PARK 3rd Thursday from April thru August 7PM-10PM Free outdoor movie night for families. Movie starts at dusk. Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078


JUST KIDDING AROUND June 19, 2020 @ 9AM-10AM July 17, 2020 @ 9AM-10AM August 14, 2020 @ 9AM-10AM Entertainment for young children is a perfect morning out! Come sing, dance, learn instruments, and listen to stories and more.

Show your gratitude to the men and women who have lost their lives while defending our country at this annual ceremony. Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078


HCDA SPRING FESTIVAL June 6, 2020 @ 9AM-10PM Features softball games, food trucks, music and games. Waymer Park 14200 Holbrooks Road Huntersville, NC 28078

Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078


LALACABOOSA June 11, 2020 @ 6:30PM-9PM June 25, 2020 @ 6:30PM-9PM July 9, 2020 @ 6:30PM-9PM July 23, 2020 @ 6:30PM-9PM August 6, 2020 @ 6:30PM-9PM August 20, 2020 @ 6:30PM-9PM Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy live music downtown. Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Rd Huntersville, NC 28078




May 9 thru August 29, 2020 @ 8AM-12PM If uber-fresh food straight from the farm is what you’re yearning for, the Growers’ Market offers plenty. There’s local vegetables, homemade goods, and handcrafted gifts. Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078

Annual music, arts and STEM festival takes place on the streets of downtown Huntersville. See local artist and musicians showcase live art demonstrations. Downtown Huntersville

PLUGGED IN June 20, 2020 @ 5PM-10PM October 10, 2020 @ 5PM-10PM Young amateur musicians in the area get a chance to showcase their talents and hopefully get noticed.

FALL INTO HUNTERSVILLE FESTIVAL September 26, 2020 Enjoy music, local vendors and artisans and kid’s activities at this annual festival sponsored by the Huntersville Regional Chamber. A fantastic opportunity to learn more about our area businesses and offerings in a community event. www.huntersvillechamber.com

Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078



COMEDY NIGHT August 8, 2020 @ 6:30PM-9PM Grab your lawn chair and bring your friends and family while you laugh the night away at this free event. Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078



Dance the night away with local bands who are ready to bring a fun night to your family and friends! Local food trucks and beverages will be on site for purchase. Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078


Celebrate Halloween with a costume contest, games, arts & crafts, food trucks, and much more! Huntersville Athletic Park 11720 Verhoeff Drive Huntersville, NC 28078


RURAL HILL SHEEPDOG TRIALS AND DOG FESTIVAL November 7-8, 2020 Bring your kids and your dog out to the farm. Sheepdog trials, fly ball, disc dog demonstrations, dog rescue, food and merchandise vendors, dock dog competitions, hay rides, and much more! Rural Hill 4431 Neck Road Huntersville, NC 28078 www.ruralhill.net/SheepdogTrials.asp

CAROLINA RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL Held Saturdays and Sundays October 3rd - November 22nd, 2020 This renaissance themed festival features16th century European style art and entertainment combined with outdoor theater, circus entertainment, arts and crafts marketplace, a jousting tournament, a feast fit for royalty, and much much more. Don’t miss the jousting knights on horseback. 16445 Poplar Tent Road Huntersville, NC 28078 704-896-5555 www.carolina.renfestinfo.com VETERANS DAY November 11, 2020 @ 9AM-12PM

TOWN CENTER TREE LIGHTING December 4, 2020 @ 6PM-9PM Kick off the holiday season at this annual event as the Christmas tree is lit up with twinkling lights. Enjoy live music & entertainment, rides, food and a lot more. Downtown Huntersville ______________________

Come celebrate at the Annual Veterans Day Parade & Ceremony. Parade starts at 10:00AM. Ceremony to follow promptly at 11AM. Free activities to follow including live music and making cards for veterans. Food truck rally will also take place. Downtown Huntersville

HUNTERSVILLE CHRISTMAS December 5, 2020 @ 2PM-8PM Free activities include rides, obstacle courses, live entertainment, horse drawn carriage rides, and pictures with Santa. Shop for holiday gifts from local vendors. Downtown Huntersville


FIELD OF HONOR September 8-22, 2020

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Over one hundred U.S. flags will stand in solemn formation as a memorial to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks of 2001. Veterans Park 201 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078

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VETERANS PARK CAR & TRUCK SHOW September 12, 2020 @ 9AM-1PM If you are a car enthusiast then this is the place to be. See all make, models and years of vehicles at this show. Food to be purchased, DJ and 50/50 raffle. Town Center Huntersville, NC 28078





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Government & Administration

The Town of Huntersville Mayor and Board of Commissioners are elected for two-year terms during non-partisan elections held in odd-numbered years. Huntersville operates as a councilmanager form of government, which establishes the Town's policies that are carried out by the town manager and staff.

Town Hall

101 Huntersville-Concord Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Phone: 704-875-6541 www.www.huntersville.org Mailing Address: PO Box 664 Huntersville, NC 28070 Business Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Town Manager: Anthony Roberts Town Attorney: Angela Beeker Finance Director: Jackie Huffman Stay Connected:


Huntersville Chamber of Commerce

Town Departments Electric

(For residents who are served by ElectriCities)

Station 3: 13423 Eastfield Road Ph: 704-464-5315

11316 Sam Furr Road Ph: 704-948-0550 http://hc.electricities.org

Station 4: 8826 McIlwaine Road Ph: 704-464-5577

Engineering and Public Works

Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics

105 Gilead Road, 3rd Floor Engineering: 704-766-2220 Public Works: 704-875-7007 www.huntersville.org/163/Engineering-Public-Works

Fire and Rescue Station 1: 110 North Old Statesville Road Ph: 704-875-3563 Station 2: 15600 Beatties Ford Road Ph: 704-875-6266

11725 Verhoeff Road Ph: 704-766-2222 www.hffa.com

Planning Department

101 Huntersville-Concord Road Ph: 704-875-6541 www.huntersville.org/161/Legal

105 Gilead Road, 3rd Floor Ph: 704-875-7000 https://www.huntersville.org/228/ Planning-Department

Parks & Recreation

Police Department


105 Gilead Road, 3rd Floor Ph: 704-766-2220 https://www.huntersville.org/162/ Parks-Recreation

9630 Julian Clark Avenue Ph: 704-464-5400 https://www.huntersville.org/180/ Police-Department

Police Station: 9630 Julian Clark Avenue | Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 704-464-5400

Fire & Rescue

Station 1: 110 North Old Statesville Road | Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 704-875-3563 Station 2: 15600 Beatties Ford Road | Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 704-875-6266 Station 3: 13423 Eastfield Road | Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph:704-464-5315 Station 4: 8826 McIlwaine Road | Huntersville, NC 28078 Alert Center allows you to view all alerts and emergencies in your area. If there are alerts or emergencies, they will be listed below by category. To be instantly notified of alerts and emergencies subscribe to Notify Me® or RSS. To register go to: www.huntersville.org/AlertCenter.aspx

This emergency alert and notification system provides up-tothe-minute notifications about events and emergencies that may affect your home, workplace or other areas of interest. With CharMeck Alerts you control how you are contacted and what information you receive: on your cell, work or home phone, via text, email or voice message. You pick where, you pick how to be notified. Sign up is easy. To register go to: www.charmeckalerts.org. • Know your location: Street Address, Landmarks or Businesses Nearby • Be Prepared to Answer All Questions From 911 Staff

More than just office space: • Office Space • Virtual Offices • Administrative Services

13420 Reese Blvd. West Huntersville, NC 28078 704-875-1200 www.daetwylerplaza.com www.HuntersvilleChamber.com



Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System PO Box 30035 Charlotte, NC 28230 Phone: 980-343-3000 www.cms.k12.nc.us

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Huntersville is home to many top educational institutions. CharlotteMecklenburg Schools is the local public school system in Huntersville. The Family Application Center can be reached at 980-343-5335.

Long Creek Elementary PreK-5 9213-A Beatties Ford Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-6095

William A. Hough High 9-12 12420 Bailey Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-344-0514

Hornets Nest Elementary PreK-5 6700 Beatties Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28216 Ph: 980-343-6110

Public Charter Schools

Middle Schools Elementary Schools Barnette Elementary PreK-5 13659 Beatties Ford Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-0372 www.kees.ucps.k12.nc.us Huntersville Elementary K-5 200 Gilead Road Waxhaw, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-3835 Blythe Elementary PreK-5 12202 Hambright Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-5770 Torrence Creek Elementary K-5 14550 Ranson Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-0695 Grand Oak Elementary K-5 15410 Stumptown Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-2063

Francis Bradley Middle School 6-8 13345 Beatties Ford Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-5750 J.M. Alexander Middle School 6-8 12010 Hambright Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-3830 Bailey Middle School 6-8 11900 Bailey Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-1068

High Schools Hopewell High 9-12 11530 Beatties Ford Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-5988 North Mecklenburg High 9-12 11201 Old Statesville Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 980-343-3840

Community School of Davidson 565 Griffith Street Davidson, NC 28036 Ph: 704-897-8061 www.csdspartans.org Lake Norman Charter Elementary 10019 Hambright Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Middle and High Schools 12435 S. Old Statesville Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 704-948-8600 www.lncharter.org Lakeside Charter Academy 17609 Old Statesville Road Cornelius, NC 28031 Ph: 704-896-9500 www.lakesidecharteracademy.com

Private Schools

Charlotte County Day School JK-12 1440 Carmel Road Charlotte, NC 28226 Ph: 704-943-4500 www.charlottecountryday.org Charlotte Latin School Grades K-12 9502 Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28277 Ph: 704-846-1100 www.charlottelatin.org

Lake Norman Christian School K-12 16301 Old Statesville Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 704-987-9811 www.lknc.org Pine Lake Preparatory Grades K-12 104 Yellow Wood Circle Mooresville, NC 28115 Ph: 704-237-5300 www.pinelakeprep.org Providence Day School Grades TK-12 5800 Sardis Road Charlotte, NC 28270 Ph: 704-887-6000 www.providenceday.org Southlake Christian Academy Grades JK-12 13820 Hagers Ferry Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 704-949-2200 www.southlakechristian.org St. Mark Catholic School Grades K-8 14750 Stumptown Road Huntersville, NC 28078 Ph: 704-766-5000 https://stmarkcatholicschool.net

Higher Education Davidson College 405 N. Main Street Davidson, NC 28035 Ph: 704-894-2000 www.davidson.edu UNC-Charlotte 9201 University City Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28223 Ph: 704-687-8622 www.uncc.edu


In Huntersville, we take the health and well-being of our community seriously. Huntersville is home to exemplary medical facilities operating with the newest technology and qualified professionals. Our network of hospitals, medical centers, and emergency services is second to none. Healthcare professionals in the area are constantly working on ways to improve the care they provide. Services continue to evolve to meet the needs and wants of residents. A variety of medical specialists make Huntersville their home. Whether there is a need for a dentist, optometrist, rehabilitation specialist or orthopedist, residents and visitors are sure to find top-notch care. Led by two major healthcare networks, Novant Health and Atrium Health residents and visitors take comfort in knowing that they have access to numerous medical facilities with exceptional reputations. These facilities provide a superior combination of comprehensive care and medical technology, coupled with the personal touch of small-town folks and their healthcare providers. The Novant Health network consists of more than 1,600 physicians and over 29,000 employees that provide care at over 640 locations, including 15 medical centers and hundreds of outpatient facilities and physician clinics.

Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center 10030 Gilead Road Huntersville, NC 28078 704-316-4000 www.novanthealth.org Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center is proud to provide the residents of the Huntersville, Lake Norman, and University area with the utmost in quality, compassionate care. A full-service hospital with 139 beds, offers a wide range of services 24 hours a day, seven days a week. These advanced health services include emergency services, outpatient services, acute care beds, cancer care, cardiovascular care, and maternity care. This respected hospital is conveniently located at exit 23 off 1-77. Novant Health has numerous other medical facilities located throughout the community providing services such as family care, pediatrics, physical therapy, neurology, dermatology, and much more. Atrium Health (formerly Carolinas HealthCare System) is one of the nation’s leading healthcare organizations. This healthcare network includes more than 40 hospitals and 900 care locations ranging from doctors’ offices to behavioral health centers to nursing homes.

Atrium Health Huntersville 16455 Statesville Road Huntersville, NC 28078 704-512-3100 https://atriumhealth.org This free-standing, 24-hour emergency department treats everything from broken bones and severe cuts to heart attacks and strokes. Their board-certified physicians are prepared to provide the highest level of emergency care. Levine Children’s Emergency Room 16455 Statesville Road Huntersville, NC 28078 704-801-4000 https://atriumhealth.org If your child is seriously sick or hurt and needs extra care, Atrium Health Levine Children's Emergency Room is here to help. Located within Atrium Health Huntersville Emergency Department, you can expect top-notch emergency care your child needs to get better, in a kidfocused environment. Atrium Health Huntersville is also home to several onsite doctor's offices, including specialists in internal medicine, rehabilitation, gynecology and obstetrics, and outpatient surgery center. If you need a prescription filled, there’s a fullservice pharmacy as well.




Huntersville Police Department ................. 704-464-5400 (non-emergency) Huntersville Fire & Rescue Department Station 1 ............................................. 704-875-3563 (non-emergency) Station 2 ............................................. 704-875-6266 (non-emergency) Station 3 ............................................. 704-464-5315 (non-emergency) Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (non-emergency) ..................................................... 311 If outside Charlotte ................................. 704-336-7600 Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office (non-emergency) .................................... 704-336-2543 NC Highway Patrol ................................. 919-733-3861 (non-emergency) North Carolina Road Conditions .............. 511

Medical Care Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center ......................................... 704-316-4000 www.novanthealth.org Atrium Health Huntersville ........................ 704-801-4000 https://atriumhealth.org Levine Children’s Emergency Room ........ 704-801-4000 https://atriumhealth.org


Huntersville Town Hall .............. 704-875-6541

Electric Duke Energy ............................................. 704-594-9400 www.duke-energy.com


ElectriCities .................................................. 704-948-0111 http://hc.electricities.org EnergyUnited .............................................. 704-892-0278 www.energyunited.com Gas Piedmont Natural Gas ................................. 800-752-7504 www.piedmontng.com Water / Sewer Charlotte Water ................................. 311 or 704-336-7600 http://charlottenc.gov/water/Pages/Home.aspx Cable, Telephone, Internet AT&T ......................................................... 888-288-8339 www.att.com Spectrum .................................................. 704-251-7172 www.spectrum.com

Town Manager - Anthony Roberts ............. 704-875-6541 Town Attorney - Angela Beeker ................. 704-875-6541 Finance Director - Jackie Huffman ............ 704-875-6541

Oganizations Huntersville Chamber of Commerce .......... 704-493-7113 www.huntersvillechamber.com Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce ........ 704-336-3399 www.lakenormanchamber.org Lake Norman Economic Development ....... 980-389-4458 www.lnedc.com Meck. County Economic Development ...... 980-314-2941 www.mecknc.gov/edo/Pages/default.aspx CharMeck 311 is the City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County’s “one stop shop” customer service and information line for city and county services. 311 provides direct access 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week. If outside Mecklenburg County ............... 704-336-7600

Solid Waste / Recycling Collection The Town of Huntersville provides household garbage, yard waste and recycling collection as a service to residents. Solid waste and recycling collection is handled by a private contractor - Waste Connections of the Carolinas

Mecklenburg County

Waste Connections. .................................... 704-596-9428 www.wasteconnectionscharlotte.com

Clerk of Courts ....................................... 704-686-0404

Drop Off Recycling Center North Mecklenburg Recycling Center at 12300 N. Statesville Road ................... 980-314-3844 www.mecknc.gov

Just 1 Call ............................................... 704-432-1111 A one-stop source of information and assistance for senior citizens, adults with disabilities, caregivers and service providers.


Board of Elections .................................... 704-336-2133 Building Plans & Permits ........................ 980-314-2633 Business Tax Collections ........................ 704-432-4200 Social Services ........................................ 704-336-3000

Kinship Care .......................................... 704-336-3000

Best Plant Selection In The Lake Norman Area!

Senior Citizens Nutrition Program .......... 704-336-3000


Specializing in native plants & pollinator gardens

Park and Recreation ............................... 980-314-1000


Rare & unusual conifers & Japanese Maples

Public Health .......................................... 704-336-4700

Eclectic gift shop & garden center cat Myrtle

Veterans Services .................................... 704-336-2102




Fountains, statuary, benches & bird baths Delivery, installation & design available

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Office of Vital Records ............................ 704-336-2819 Property Tax Collections ......................... 704-336-7600 Pay By Telephone ......................... 800-994-1026 Register of Deeds ................................... 704-336-2443

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools ............. 980-343-3000 www.cms.k12.nc.us

Miscellaneous North County Regional Library ................ 704-416-6000 www.cmlibrary.org Huntersville Post Office .......................... 704-875-9218 www.usps.com DMV Office - Huntersville ........................ 704-547-5786 www.ncdot.gov/ Amtrak .................................................... 800-872-7245 www.amtrak.com Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) .... 704-336-7433 https://charlottenc.gov/cats/Pages/default.aspx Charlotte Douglas International Airport .... 704-359-4013 www.cltairport.com

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