Freedom Park Neighborhood is home to roughly 600 residences. It has continued to grow in popularity due to its proximity to Freedom Park and the benefits of living close to uptown Charlotte. The growth of the Charlotte region has made the Freedom Park area one of the most desirable places to live in Charlotte along with its neighbors Myers Park and Dilworth. Our Freedom Park Neighborhood Association (FPNA) allows you to get involved in many ways to maintain our unique status in Charlotte. We have a monthly meeting which can be attended by any resident in our area.
Become a Member
If you live in the Freedom Park Neighborhood you should feel good in becoming a member of your association. We are a non-profit volunteer organization acting to maintain the unique environment around Freedom Park. The Association is the liaison between the neighborhood and City/County officials, striving for the best interest of Freedom Park and its neighborhood. As a neighbor and if we have your email address you will receive free of charge our Park Bench Newsletter. You are also cordially invited to join any of our monthly meetings. The annual fee is only $25.00.
The association meets the 4th Thursday of every month at the Mahlon Adams Pavilion at the intersection of Cumberland Drive and Lilac Road. Regular discussions involve general neighborhood issues such as tree banding, mosquito control, invasive plants, development and rezoning issues, police reports and issues involving the use and maintenance of the Freedom Park. The meetings are open to everyone.
MEMBERSHIP 2017 CLICK THIS LINK if you want to mail a check. Or even better, you can also use PayPal.