Upcoming Events

Thursday, October, 16, 2014
Neighborhood Meeting
Eastern Hills Baptist Church
7:00 pm

Thursday, November 20, 2014
Neighborhood Meeting
Eastern Hills Baptist Church
7:00 pm

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Board Members

President: Carolyn Millen
Vice President: Helen Kennedy
Treasurer: Meg Brewer
Secretary: Christopher Baier

No Soliciting

The Eastway Park and Sheffield Park Neighborhoods Do Not Allow Solicitation of any kind or sort, including, but not limited to Door-to-Door Sales, Presentations, Service Offers (free or otherwise), etc. Click here for more information on how to keep yourself safe from unscrupulous sales people.


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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.


Tree Banding for Fall Cankerworms

CankerwormNow that the leaves have started to fall, it's a good time to get your trees banded for cankerworms.For more information about how to band your tree and where to get supplies, visit our Tree Banding Information page.

Each year, Charlotte is faced with a growing population of fall cankerworms. These worms eat the leaves of trees in early spring. Although this usually doesn't kill the tree, it does weaken the tree and make it more susceptible to other stresses, such as other insects, disease and drought, and several years of this damage can eventually cause limbs of the tree to die and weaken the entire tree.

We encourage you to band your trees to help reduce the cankerworm population. The process for banding doesn't require a lot of time or know how. It will only take 5 to 10 minutes per Tree depending on its size. If you can help some of your neighbors who aren't physically able to band their own trees, that would really help too.

First Friday at Kickstand Burgers & Bar

Thanks to everyone that came out on Friday, November 7. We hope to see other at our next First Friday. Keep an eye out for date and location.

October Neighborhood Meeting

Thursday, October 16th, 7:00-8:00pm at Eastern Hills Church, located at the corner of Pierson Drive & Albemarle Road, is Eastway Park/Sheffield Park Neighborhood a Monthly Meeting.
I hope you will mark your Calendars & come out to join us. We will have our Community Police Officer/s attending to update & answer your questions/concerns about crime stats, crime safety & prevention. Marcelo, our City Code Enforcement Officer will be in attendance speaking about any Code Violations currently & answering any questions Neighbors may have. We also will have a City Staff Represntative in attendance speaking on some environmental issues.

CharMeck Street Use and Event Notice for July

Click here to view: http://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/NCCHARMECK/bulletins/bf9e29

Neighborhood Picnic - Saturday, May 17

Join us for this year's neighborhood picnic. We will have BBQ made by Nate Self of Big City BBQ (the delicious, award-winning BBQ we had last year!) along with baked beans and cole slaw. Bring a side dish (vegetable, salad, etc.), drinks and chairs for your family. We will also have games for the kids. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for kids 12 and under. Please pay by Sunday, May 11 so we can plan accordingly. We hope to see everyone there! You may buy tickets from any of our board members. (Rain date is Sunday, May 18).

My Charlotte mobile app

My Charlotte is a mobile application that allows users to access municipal services on the go. Here are just a few things you can do:

--Get information on flights and parking at Charlotte Douglas International Airport
--Search traffic accident locations
--Get today's air quality
--Access a link to download CATS mobile applications for transit information
--Access services via 311 to report graffiti, potholes and other neighborhood nuisances

Click here for more information and to download it for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry or the device-independent application

CMPD Eastway Division Monthly newsletter - April 2014

Click the link below to view it.


Streetlight out?

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:




Neighborhood Clean Up - March 15, 2014

Saturday, March 15 is our neighborhood clean-up day. Meet us at 9:00 at the Sheffield Park entrance. We will spread out and go down the streets to pick up any litter. If you can't make it, please take some time to pick up any litter you see in the street around your house and neighbors' houses. Every little bit of help is appreciated.

Yard Art Day – Labor Day Weekend

Yard Art Day is a grass roots exhibition, curated by the community for the community. The annual LABOR DAY WEEKEND long event will take place on SATURDAY, SUNDAY and MONDAY and is for anyone and all to express themselves creatively despite their age or level of expertise. Art of all mediums is allowed – from hula hooping to sculpture – whatever your artistic heart desires.

To participate or for more information, visit the website: http://www.yardartday.org. Visit the site for a map of where all the yard art will be if you want to take some time to see what everyone has done!

August Neighborhood Meeting

Thanks to Debra, Solomon and Barry from the Charlotte Planning Department, who came to our neighborhood meeting last night to discuss the rezoning petition for the old Walmart store (for mini-storage), and the proposed changes to the zoning ordinance text. Very informative. We appreciate their time.

Friday Night Social @ Whiskey Warehouse

Join us at our Friday Night Social @ Whiskey Warehouse, next Friday, July 26th from 5:30-8:30pm.

Free Spay and Neuter Clinic

The Humane Society is offering a free spay and neuter clinic. If you live in 28205 or 28208 you qualify for a free feline spay or neuter and rabies shot. Limited time so make yoiur appointment today. (704) 333-4130. Click here to see the flyer.


Summer is the time when many neighbors are out of town for vacation. Be sure to keep an eye out for ANY suspicious activity in the neighborhood and don't hesitate to call 911 to have an officer come out and check it out. Better to be safe than sorry. Our community officers want us to call in any suspicious activity or person to 911.

July: No Neighborhood Meeting

Enjoy your summer!

June Neighborhood Meeting

Thanks to everyone who came to our June meeting, we had a great presentation by representatives from Charlotte DOT and the Charlotte Fire Department. We appreciate them coming out!

Neighborhood Clean Up - Saturday, April 20, 9:00 a.m.

Please mark your Calendars for this coming Saturday morning for our quarterly clean up. This is very important to have as many Neighbors as possible to join us to clean up our Neighborhood. Please don't leave it up to a few to take care of our Neighborhood that benefits us all!

Neighborhood Elections at our February Meeting

Join us at our February meeting for elections of our Board Members who will serve for the next two years.


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