Programs

​​​​​Charlotte Coins

Park It! introduced the first Charlotte Coin in January 1999 as the validation tool for the Park! Center City program. The Charlotte Coin makes it more convenient and less expensive to visit Charlotte's Center City. When patrons visit Center City businesses participating in the Park! Center City program, they receive a $1 Charlotte Coin that is accepted in parking meters and at participating parking lots and garages.

Citizens can use Park It! tokens on CATS buses and the LYNX Blue Line. Riders will be credited $1.00 after inserting the token into a bus fare box or train station ticket vending machine. Citizens will then be required to pay the difference to complete the fare and gain access to the service. For a list of CATS and LYNX fares, please visit www.ridetransit.org

Click on one of the issued coins below to learn more about each coin and how to purchase:​

 

 

Street Light Repair<div class="ExternalClass545595C084CF4BE1BBA1FFE4D45A6417"><p>Do you have a street light out? Call the CharMeck 311 Call Center by dialing 311.  </p><p>Streetlight outages are faxed daily to Duke Power Company since Duke owns and maintains the equipment. The City of Charlotte a arranges for street light installation and pays the electric bill.  </p><p>You may use the <a href="https://www.duke-energy.com/customer-service/request-light-repair" title="Duke Energy Light Repair Request Link">form on Duke Power's site​</a> or you can call Duke Power Company's Customer Service Center directly at 800-777-9898.  </p></div>
Nomination Form / Appeal Process <div class="ExternalClassAA7CF812A8354352866F5647192B884E"><p><span style="font-size:10.5pt;font-family:arial, sans-serif;color:#2a2a2a;background:#fdfdfd;">Once we receive your request, the street lighting coordinator will send you a nomination form. Depending on the size of the neighborhood and the number of streetlights requested, signatures from 25% of neighborhood property owners may be required indicating they are interested in obtaining street lights in the neighborhood. The City requires at least one property owner signature from each street requested for lighting. The form must be returned to the Street Lighting Coordinator within ­­­­90 days or due date provided by CDOT.</span></p><p><font color="#2a2a2a" face="arial, sans-serif"><span style="font-size:14px;background-color:#fdfdfd;">Request to Appeal Street Light Design/Location:  </span></font></p><p><font color="#2a2a2a" face="arial, sans-serif"><span style="font-size:14px;background-color:#fdfdfd;"></span></font><span style="background-color:#fdfdfd;font-size:14px;color:#2a2a2a;font-family:arial, sans-serif;">Contact Will Wigg at 704-336-6709 or <a href="mailto:william.wigg@charlottenc.gov%E2%80%8B" title="william.wigg@charlottenc.gov​">william.wigg@charlottenc.gov​​</a>.</span></p></div>
Street Lighting Assumption
Bicycle Advisory Committee
October 24, 2017 Minutes
Charlotte Bike Share Permit Requirements
September 26, 2017 Minutes
October 24, 2017 Agenda
Street Lighting Plans
Charlotte Walks

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