Neighborhood Improvements

Improve infrastructure in established neighborhoods showing signs of distress and emerging high-growth areas in need of connectivity. Infrastructure improvements include sidewalks, bike lanes, street and pedestrian lighting, streetscapes, storm drainage and landscaping.

$44.5 million on this year’s ballot to fund capital projects and address immediate infrastructure needs:

$44.5 million on this year’s ballot to fund capital projects and address immediate infrastructure needs in our city’s older neighborhoods and emerging high-growth areas.

Support Corridors of Opportunity and invest in the six corridors: Beatties Ford/Rozzelles Ferry, Central/Albemarle, Freedom/Wilkinson, I-85/West Sugar Creek, North Tryon/Graham and West Boulevard.

      • Intersection enhancements, sidewalks and safety improvements
      • Learn more about Corridors of Opportunity by visiting the City of Charlotte website

Support the Comprehensive Neighborhood Improvement Program (CNIP) and invest in five neighborhoods: Central/Albemarle/Shamrock, Prosperity Village, Sunset/Beatties Ford, West Trade/Rozzelles Ferry and Whitehall/Ayrsley.

      • Link neighborhoods with employment centers, parks, transit and schools.
      • Connect streets, sidewalks, trails and bike lanes to enhance existing community assets and provide more mobility/transportation options.
Mecklenburg County Area Map

To learn more about the city’s Comprehensive Neighborhood Improvement Program (CNIP), please click here.

To learn more about the city’s Capital Investment Plan and bonds projects, please, click here.

To view a PDF of estimated cost per project, please click here.

icon-housing icon-neighborhoods