Stakeholder Coordination Continues

Park & Recreation CommissionOn November 10th, representatives from Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services, and Wildlands Engineering, Inc. will give a project update at the Park and Recreation Commission meeting. The Park and Recreation Commission,which is made up of citizens that serve as a liaison between the Park and Recreation Department and Citizens of the County, is one of the stakeholders for the Reedy Creek Stream Restoration project.

Don’t miss the Hummingbird Festival!

Come out this weekend to the Reedy Creek Nature Center and Nature Preserve for the annual Hummingbird Festival. The festival will begin at 9am and end at 3pm. Enjoy free hands-on activities for kids (and adults) of all ages. We hope to see you there!

Save the date.JPG

Restoring the creeks that are a part of our City’s roots.

The restoration efforts at Reedy Creek are a part of Charlotte’s overall goal of protecting its vital waterways. Watch this excellent video that shows just how important these efforts are in Charlotte, also known as “The City of Creeks”.

UNC Charlotte, UNC Charlotte Urban Institute & UNC Charlotte College of Arts + Architecture have partnered with organizations and artists from across Mecklenburg County to raise awareness of creeks, watersheds, water quality, and the importance of protecting these vital waterways. For more information on upcoming Keeping Watch events & initiatives visit