Welcome to the Website that serves Neighbors and Friends of the Eastway Park and Sheffield Park Neighborhoods of Charlotte, NC.
Eastway Park and Sheffield Park are two well-established Neighborhoods close to Uptown and convenient to Independence Boulvard (US-74), Eastway Drive and Central Avenue. We have a Park—Sheffield Park; two Schools—Winterfield Elementary School and Eastway Middle School; and the Evergreen Nature Preserve located right in our area.
We have an active Neighborhood Association which meets once a Month and works to keep our Neighbors connected, informed and active in our Community. Everyone is welcome to attend our Monthly Neighborhood Meetings.
Kilborne Drive Streetscape Project - Public Meeting
The City of Charlotte will be holding a Drop-In style Public Meeting on Thursday, June 23rd from 5:30 to 7:30pm at Kilborne Park under the pavilion (see this postcard [PDF]).
We’re offering a short walking tour at 6pm and 6:30pm to help learn about potential changes along Kilborne Drive. Please call 704-336-4549 to sign up for the tour.
The Eastland Area Strategies Team Interacdtive Forum- June 30
The Eastland Area Strategies Team (E.A.S.T.) is pleased to announce an interactive forum to hear more about the new CMS school planned for the former Eastland Mall site. Please join us and help us publicize this event. Please see this file for more information.
Park and Recreation Friday Letter
Via Issuu (online): click here to view the flip version of the June 10, 2016 edition.
Via Sharepoint (County system): click here to view a .pdf version of the June 10, 2016 edition.
Need to catch-up?
View all the previous Friday Letters.
July Neighborhood Meeting
There will be no July meeting.
June Neighborhood Meeting
Thursday, June 16, 7:00-8:00 pm at Eastern Hills Church, located at the corner of Pierson Drive & Albemarle Road, is Eastway Park/Sheffield Park Neighborhood a Monthly Meeting. All neighbors are welcome to attend. If you would like to become a member, please bring your $20. Voluntary membership dues are used for the various expenses of the neighborhood association.
There seems to be a lot of streetlights not working in the neighborhood. Streetlights help with safety and security in our neighborhoods. If you have a streetlight out close to your house, you can report it by calling 311, or by filling out the form on the Duke Energy web site (see link below). You will need the address closest to the light when you report it, as well as the type of light (Cobra and Nema are the most common ones for streetlights in our neighborhood. Cobra are the ones that look like a cobra head, and Nema are the round ones). See the Duke Energy link for photos. It also helps if you can put a piece of tape or ribbon around the pole, so crews can identify the correct light.
Report a streetlight that is out here:
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