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Community Partnerships give us the benefit of serving specific needs and fosters more collaboration when it comes to service delivery. These partnerships provide the greatest potential for Mecklenburg County to help residents improve their lives and their community.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Youth Council
The Charlotte‐Mecklenburg Youth Council (CMYC) is the official youth advisory council for City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, and the community at large. In CMYC, high school students meet regularly to advise community leaders, represent and serve as a voice for Charlotte‐Mecklenburg youth, learn how to solve civic challenges, and join a diverse network of young civic leaders. CMYC is a partnership of the City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte‐Mecklenburg Schools, and Charlotte nonprofit GenerationNation.
Let your artwork show "What does success look like for you?" Registration must be received by March 4, 2019. This contest is brought to you by Mecklenburg County, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Youth Council, andCharlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
Charlotte Digital Inclusion Alliance
Charlotte's Digital Inclusion Alliance (CDIA) endeavors to reduce the digital divide in Mecklenburg County from 19% to 9% by 2026 through a series of operational and policy proposals for public and private agencies, along with nonprofits in Mecklenburg County to advance the cause of digital equity. The alliance is comprised of several long-standing community stakeholders including Mecklenburg County. The County continues to look for ways to foster digital inclusion in our operations and in communication with the community at large.
Community Engagement Feedback Survey
Have you attended a County community engagement event or meeting recently? Provide your feedback here to help us plan future events.
Neighborhood Organization Contact List
The City of Charlotte Housing & Neighborhood Services Department maintains a subscription list of neighborhood leaders and residents throughout the City of Charlotte who have registered to receive communications from the City. This list is a valuable communications tool used by City and County agencies to engage the community on public initiatives, meetings, and projects that may impact their neighborhoods.
Need A Speaker for your group's next meeting?
Need A Speaker provides informative conversations and engaging presentations about local government to neighborhood and business associations, civic groups and community organizations. Want to know about Mecklenburg County or City of Charlotte services, upcoming capital projects or community issues?
Need A Speaker can provide a County or City expert on the topic of your choice and tailor the presentation to fit your needs.
County services are operating at a limited capacity. Questions about COVID-19? Call Public Health Hotline: 980-314-9400