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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Community Relations

Our community is a rich, diverse mix of people from different places, with various backgrounds, perspectives and experiences. Community Relations celebrates individuals and groups who have made a lasting impact in our community by their dedication to fairness, equality and dignity for everyone.

City of Charlotte Seeks Public Input on Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan

The City of Charlotte is committed to providing equal access to its public programs, services, facilities and activities for all residents, especially for those with disabilities. The city's Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan is now available for public review and comment through Monday, September 20th. The city's ADA Transition Plan is a document the city will use as guidance to become a more accessible city for all residents and visitors.

COVID-19 Vaccination Events

All Mecklenburg County residents 16 years of age or older are eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations. Mecklenburg County Public Health offers several options for receiving a vaccination. COVID-19 vaccine is free of charge for everyone.

City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County AAPI Proclamation

A Statement in Support of the AAPI Community

FY21 Annual Report

The 2021 Community Relations Committee (CRC) Annual Report is now available! The report details the highlights and accomplishments of the CRC Subcommittees and Community Relations staff for July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021. CRC members and staff had a fulfilling year of initiatives, trainings, and celebrations that promoted harmony, facilitated resolution and celebrated diversity. We look forward to continuing to implement programs and services for the betterment of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community.

Standing Together For Justice

This Joint Statement is offered in partnership with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Community Relations, City of Charlotte Office of Equity, Mobility and Immigrant Integration, Mecklenburg County Office of Equity and Inclusion, Community Building Initiative, and Race Matters for Juvenile Justice.

When You Rent Handbook

The latest edition of the When You Rent Handbook is now available. This handbook provides information for renters as well as residential rental property owners and managers in the City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County. Having access to essential information about state and local maintenance codes, dispute resolution and the code enforcement process, and an understanding of the connections between health and housing, are all key components to healthy rental housing. This handbook offers helpful tips and information about ways to ensure rental units and homes are maintained and the legal issues involved with renting property.

Conflict Resolution Training

Brainstorming Chatting

Are you interested in learning the skills to resolve a disagreement or conflict? Have you recently attended one of the Break the Cycle community conversations and want to take a deeper dive into conflict resolution? If so, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Community Relations can help! FREE conflict resolution training is available for youth, adults, groups and organizations. Participants will learn the five conflict resolution styles, benefits of active listening and tools to de-escalate difficult situations.

Events and Program Forms

​The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Medallion Award is presented each year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day during the National Day of Celebration. It is given to individuals in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community who exemplify the ideals of Dr. King.

​​Recognizes Mecklenburg's unsung heroes, including grassroots leaders who work behind-the-scenes for the betterment of our neighborhoods