Recent News & Updates
Below are the minutes from the Belmont Community Association meeting held on May 1, 2018 Conversation with Community Officers Paintball Concerns. There are two officers assigned to these cases, there are legal ramifications when targeting people. Call 911 to report...read more
Amy Aussieker, executive director at Envision Charlotte What’s next for Belmont’s City Barn building located at 932 Seigle Avenue? Read on to learn how the City is teaming with Envision Charlotte to transform the space into the Innovation Barn –...read more
Old horse barn in Belmont to turn into recycling innovation hub, coffee house, bar and catering space
Story first appeared on Charlotte Agenda by Andrew Dunn on May 31, 2018. A new city project hopes to turn an old horse barn in the Belmont neighborhood into an innovation lab that produces breakthroughs in recycling technology. Oh, and it’ll also have a coffee house...read more
Laura Furman Grice and Lewis Donald (and dog Luna) stand in front of the future location of Sweet Lew’s BBQ. This story was first published in Charlotte Magazine on May 16, 2018 by Kristen Wile. LEWIS DONALD LOOKS OUT the door of an old mechanic shop in the...read more
City Manager Marcus D. Jones presented his proposed fiscal year (FY) 2019 budget to Mayor, City Council and the Charlotte community on Monday, May 7. The city manager’s recommended budget highlights: Our Vision; programs that make Charlotte a safer, more inclusive...read more
This article first appeared on Charlotte Agenda by Ted Williams on May 7, 2018. White Duck Taco Shop, one of Asheville’s most popular taco joints, it targeting a fall 2018 grand opening at the new development on the corner of 10th and Seigle in the Belmont...read more
Below are the minutes from the Belmont Community Association meeting held on April 3, 2018 Conversation with Community Officers Officer Castano discussed: Crime is low in our area Homeless camps on Greenway were removed due to unsanitary living conditions. They...read more
Original story appeared on CharlotteFive by Jonathan Wells on April 26, 2018 On Sunday, April 29, a four-mile stretch of road winding through five Charlotte neighborhoods goes car-free from 1-5p.m. for the sixth and latest installment in the Open Streets 704...read more
In the fall of 2015, cyclist Al Gorman was struck by a vehicle and killed while riding his bike on the sidewalk of Parkwood Avenue in the Belmont neighborhood. This event was a catalyst for action from residents of the Belmont neighborhood and adjacent neighborhoods....read more
Below are the minutes from the Belmont Community Association meeting held on March 6, 2018 Conversation with Community Officers – Vicki Jones We have a new Community Officer, Rene Nunez, who is replacing Officer Whipple Look forward to the Community...read more
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