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:
- Engineering and Public Works
- Huntersville Family Fitness and Aquatics
- Parks and Recreation
- Town History
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 Huntersville residents and space is limited to approximately 24 participants in the morning class and 24 participants in the evening class. Applicants will be accepted until both classes are full. There is no cost for participation.
The 2018 class is currently full and will begin on February 7, 2018. We appreciate everyone that applied and expressed interest in the program.
can be submitted by email to Christina Schildgen or by mail at:
Town of Huntersville
Attn: Christina Schildgen
P.O. Box 664,
Huntersville, NC 28070
2018 Class Schedule
- Introduction (PDF) and (2.7.2018)
- Finance / Q&A with Interim Town Manager (PDF) (2.14.2018)
- Planning (PDF) and Transportation (PDF) (2.21.2018)
- Fire Department (2.28.2018)
- Engineering & Public Works (3.7.2018)
- Parks & Recreation (3.14.2018)
- Police (3.21.2018)
- Huntersville Family Fitness and Aquatics (3.4.2018)
- Economic Development (4.4.2018)
Each participant is asked to commit to a similar 9 week schedule to be considered for the class.
Email Christina Schildgen or call 704-766-2207 for more information about the program.