Early Voting Begins October 20 | Election Day November 8
Campaign Weekly Update
On the 2022 general election ballot, City of Charlotte voters have the opportunity to approve a $226 million bond referenda package that will fund construction and revitalization of transportation corridors including streets and sidewalks, more affordable housing, and improvements to neighborhoods in established and emerging high-growth areas. At end end of your ballot, please vote YES ✅ for all three bonds: $146.2 million for streets, $50 million for housing and $29.8 million for neighborhoods.
Neighborhoods Project Spotlight: Corridors of Opportunity
Included in the Neighborhood Improvements bond is $10 million of funding for Corridors of Opportunity, a City of Charlotte initiative renewing investment in six key corridors vital to the health of Charlotte's communities. This investment will fund economic development projects in the following areas that have been historically underserved:
  • Beatties Ford/Rozzelles Ferry
  • Central/Albemarle
  • Freedom/Wilkinson
  • I-85/West Sugar Creek
  • North Tryon/Graham
  • West Boulevard

Bonds projects include intersection enhancements, sidewalks and safety improvements.

To learn more about the Corridors of Opportunity, watch the below video and visit the City of Charlotte website.
📹: City of Charlotte
For more information about the neighborhood improvements bond and other projects included in the bonds package, please visit our website.
Deadline for Voter Registration & Updates
The deadline for voter registration is October 14. This not only includes those registering to vote for the first time, but those needing to make changes to registration including name, address or party affiliation. Visit the North Carolina State Board of Elections for more information.

Please spread the word and encourage first-time voters and Charlotte friends and family who may have moved or had a name change since the last election to register.

For general election information including viewing your sample ballot by address, visit Mecklenburg County Board of Elections.
Frequently Asked Question
Q: Voters approved city bonds in 2016, 2018 and 2020. Why does the city need more money now?
A: Streets, intersections, curbs, gutters and other facilities need constant maintenance and improvement to operate safely and efficiently. City Council and staff use a master planning process to address needs, and part of the funding model involves tying specific projects to specific bond packages so money is borrowed closer to when the projects begin. The city seeks approval as funding is needed.


Improving Charlotte, Connecting People.