City Council

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Larken Egleston
event request
meeting request

Town Hall
Music Everywhere CLT


TOWN HALL MEETING

Tuesday, June 4, 2019
7:00 - 9:00 PM 

Location:

Neighborhood Theater
511 E. 36th st.  
Charlotte, NC 28205

Join Council Members Egleston and Bokhari and Center City Partners will discuss plans to cultivate and support live music throughout Charlotte.

For more informationcontact Amanda Burch at 704.336.2064 or aburch@charlottenc.gov​​​

Larken Egleston​

District 1 representative ​

Larken Egleston, a Democrat, was elected in 2017 as the District 1 representative and is serving his second term on the Charlotte City Council.

Egleston represents Republic National Distributing Company as a brand ambassador for Western North Carolina. He has also written for local publications including the Charlotte Observer, Elevate Magazine and Creative Loafing.

Egleston serves on the North Carolina advisory committee for the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, serves as an advisory board member for Central Piedmont Community College's Culinary Arts program, serves on the board of directors for Preservation NC, and is the City of Charlotte's representative on the Centralina Regional Board as well as the NC League of Municipalities. He previously served as a volunteer firefighter for the Long Creek Volunteer Fire Department, a member of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Carolinas Chapter Board of Directors, and has served the local and state Democratic Party as President of the Mecklenburg County Young Democrats, a member of the State Executive Committee, and a local precinct chair. Egleston was also chair of City Council's Charlotte International Cabinet and vice chair of the Charlotte/Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission. Egleston served as a delegate to the 2016 and 2020 Democratic National Conventions and has been named one of Charlotte's Top 30 Under 30 (2010) by Elevate Lifestyle and Top 40 Under 40 (2020) by the Charlotte Business Journal.

Egleston received an associate degree from Johnson & Wales University and a bachelor's degree from Appalachian State University.

About district 1

​District 1  is physically located in the southeastern part of the city near the central business district. It includes neighborhoods such as  Dilworth, Plaza-Midwood, Grier Heights, Freedom Park, Myers Park, Eastover, Elizabeth, Chantilly and Windsor Park.

District 1​​ online tool

​​View the district boundaries, area plans, adopted land use, ​parks, community investment plan and more!

Download and print the District 1 map (please note this is a large file and make take a while to load)

​​Committees

Larken Egleston participates in the following mayor-appointed council committees:​
Intergovernmental Relations Intergovernmental Relations ​(chair)
Neighborhood Development Neighborhood Development