Looking for a unique opportunity to engage with residents and learn about the Town of Huntersville’s history, services provided and governmental processes?
Join the ranks of more than 100 residents who have signed up and participated in Huntersville 101. Huntersville 101 is a nine-week program that provides program participants with a detailed snapshot of the Town, its staff and major projects underway. Each weekly session focuses on a different department or area of Town government, including the following:
- Town History
- Administration, Finance & Economic Development
- Transportation Planning
- Engineering and Public Works
- Parks and Recreation
- Huntersville Family Fitness and Aquatics
Huntersville 101 equips participants with knowledge to share with members of the community and provides a solid foundation for serving on town appointed boards and committees.
Past residents have successfully applied for and been appointed to Town advisory boards such as the Planning Board, Parks and Recreation Commission and Board of Adjustment. Other participants have gone on to serve the community in an elected capacity.
Huntersville 101 is open to Town of Huntersville residents at least 18 years old, and space is limited to 20 participants. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis until the course is full. There is no cost for participation.
For 2019, the program begins on Wednesday, September 4, 2019. Each session will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at Town Hall and other town facilities.
To apply for the Huntersville 101 program, please click the link below for an application and then submit your application via email by clicking the link or standard mail to the address listed.
NOTE: Registration for 2019 is closed. If interested, please submit your information to be added to the waiting list and/or notification list for 2020's class.
Town of Huntersville
Attn: Bobby Williams
P.O. Box 664,
Huntersville, NC 28070
Each participant is asked to commit to the 9-week schedule to be considered for the class.
Email Bobby Williams or call 704-875-6541 for more information about the program.