Congratulations, Elizabeth! Your new Small Area Plan won an “Award for Excellence” from the American Planning Association, one of two awarded nationwide. Jurors from across the U.S. called the ESAP a “thorough analysis of the opportunities, challenges, goals, and vision for the community… [that] provides succinct direction for land use, transportation, community design, infrastructure and public facilities, and environmental policies… a stakeholder group was integral.
“Thanks to the residents and city/county staffers who gave countless hours to this project and to Andy Misiaveg (Historic Elizabeth Neighborhood Foundation) and Alan Goodwin (Charlotte/Mecklenburg Planning Department) for their leadership.
Your ECA Membership goes a long way towards supporting our community. Please visit the ECA Membership Page for the registration form and to submit your online payment.
There are a number of Elizabeth email groups available for current news and information. Please visit our Email Group Page to sign up.
Thursday, February 19
From 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Earl’s Grocery at 1609 Elizabeth Avenue
Elizabeth residents and families, join us at
Earl’s Grocery hors d’oeuvres and beer and wine specials at $3 and $5.
Dinner can also be purchased from their delicious menu (changes daily; check earlsgrocery.com)
to be enjoyed there or carried home.
Stop by, enjoy a beverage, bite to eat, and the company of your neighbors!
An RSVP is appreciated. Please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, May 2
From 6pm – 11pm
Seasonal, Southern and Farm Fresh
The ECA’s Progressive Dinner is fast approaching, so be sure and save the date! We are still in need of host houses. If you can seat 8-10 people (including yourselves) please consider hosting. Please reply to email@example.com.
8th Annual Elizabeth Recycles Day
Saturday, May 30
From 9am – 12pm
Upper Independence Park at the Rose Garden
Residents drop off old paint, oil, fertilizers, household cleaners, compact fluorescents (not incandescents), batteries, electronic equipment (computers, TVs, cell phones, etc.), metal clothes hangers, ink cartridges, eye glasses, art & craft supplies, soft old blankets, corks, hard plastic bottle caps (not metal), magazines, books, and we’ll recycle/reuse it. Nothing bulky, heavy, or leaky. To volunteer, please contact Kris Solow at(704) 806-4456 or firstname.lastname@example.org.