Mecklenburg County News Releases

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  1. County CFO David Boyd Wins Government CFO of the Year Award from Charlotte Business Journal

    The Charlotte Business Journal (CBJ) has named Mecklenburg County’s chief financial officer, David Boyd, the 2024 Chief Financial Officer of the Year for a Civic/Government Organization. Boyd was honored at CBJ’s 2024 CFO of the Year Awards ceremony on Thursday, July 18.  

  2. LUESA Office Staff Are Working Remotely Tuesday

    Mecklenburg County’s Land Use and Environmental Services Agency’s (LUESA) office is closed Tuesday, July 23, 2024 due to repair and maintenance work on the water main.

  3. Mecklenburg County Public Information Earns Awards of Excellence

    Mecklenburg County has been recognized with eight 2024 Achievement Awards from the National Association of County Information Officers (NACIO). NACIO honors the innovative, creative and outstanding work of county government communicators throughout the nation.  

  4. HOMES Program Returns to Help Mecklenburg County Homeowners 

    The Helping Out Mecklenburg homeowners with Economic Support (HOMES) Program returns for another season, which began July 1, 2024. Mecklenburg County is partnering again with the City of Charlotte to help homeowners struggling with the rising costs of living.

  5. Be a Battle Buddy: Veterans Services Promotes Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Training

    Many veterans return from their service carrying trauma. That is why Mecklenburg County Veterans Services is taking part in the North Carolina Governor’s Challenge, to prevent and reduce suicide among transitioning service members, veterans, and their families. Veterans in Mecklenburg County and across the state are invited to become a “Battle Buddy,” someone who ensures you are never alone. The N.C. Governor Challenge training is free and open to anyone in the community who wants to grow as an expert companion to service members, veterans, caregivers, and their families. 

  6. Keeping Cool: Resources Available July 16 and 17 During Period of Extreme Heat

    On Tuesday, July 16, and Wednesday, July 17, additional resources will be available in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County to help vulnerable residents cope with the extreme heat.

  7. Mecklenburg County Celebrates the 34th ADA Anniversary and Improved Access

    This July, Mecklenburg County will join government agencies across the country in celebrating the 34th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

  8. Looking for Stories of Resilience for a Special Community Show

    Have you ever felt compelled to share your resilience story - the story of your journey to overcoming, feeling vulnerable, or recovery from mental health struggles, substance use, or community violence exposure? 

  9. Supplemental Income Pilot Program for Residents in Reentry After Incarceration

     Criminal Justice Services will launch an innovative pilot program to support residents reentering the community after incarceration. The Supplemental Income Pilot Program will kick off on July 1.

  10. No-Cost COVID-19 Vaccines End in August

    Health leaders are sending out an important message about the federal Bridge Access Program, which was launched in 2023 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).