Annual Meeting Monday, February 3


Our Annual Meeting is on Monday, February 3rd, at 6:30 pm at Forest Hill Church in the Exploratorium. This is the room where voting occurs and you can enter the building where you usually enter to vote.

We will introduce and vote on our board and share our 2020 entrance updates, event plans and budget. We will also hear updates on the Lilly Mill project, Huntingtowne Farms Elementary, SouthPark Swim and Tennis Club and our section of the Sugar Creek Greenway. Several guest speakers will be attending so please join us to learn what is happening in Huntingtowne Farms! Click the links below for last year’s minutes and this year’s agenda.

2019 Minutes
2020 Agenda

2020 Dues are Due!

We hope you enjoyed a wonderful holiday season and 2020 is treating you well so far. We are so thankful for your partnership in 2019 that led to increased memberships, exciting new events and the renewal of annual traditions.

We are ready for a new year of fun in Huntingtowne Farms and we need your financial support! Your annual $55 dues are now due by February 1. You can pay these online at or by mailing a check payable to Huntingtowne Farms Neighborhood Association to P.O. Box 242502 Charlotte, NC 28224. You can also pay by cash or check at our Annual Meeting on Monday, February 3rd at 6:30pm at Forest Hill Church. We hope to see you there!

Your $55 annual dues pay for:

  • Maintenance of the five landscaped entrances
  • Neighborhood events
  • Water and electric bills
  • Neighborhood improvements
  • Advocating for Neighborhood interests
  • HFNA website and email software
  • Neighborhood directories every other year
  • Sign, flier and newsletter printing

The more members we have, the more funds we have for events and improvements but it all depends on you. Won’t you join us?

Happy Holidays & Light Winners!

Happy Holidays to all our neighbors in Huntingtowne Farms! Special thanks to the 131 homes who hung lights to share good cheer with the neighborhood. It was certainly merry & bright! And Santa hats off to these homes who had the best lights in the hood!

Section 1: Mason home at 2900 Goneaway

Section 2: McCreery home at 2729 Burnt Mill

Section 3: Kelker home at 2741 Pencoyd Ln

Section 4: Hansen home at 2620 Ramblewood

Section 5: Smith home at 2410 Twilight

Section 6:  Sutherland home at 2600 Tattersall

Section 7: Warf home at 2833 Barcan

Gobble Wobble Run/Walk

Please join us for our 1st Annual Huntingtowne Farms Gobble Wobble Run & Walk on Thanksgiving Day!

The start time is 9:00 am on November 28th at the Ramblewood Lane entrance to Huntingtowne Farms Park. All are welcome! Bring family, friends, neighbors, children in strollers and dogs to run, walk or wobble! We will have a 5k and a one mile fun run/walk. The routes will be marked and the map is below.

This event is free of charge with a donation for the South Mecklenburg High School Food Bank. Needed items are canned goods (canned meat, soup, fruit and vegetables), pasta sauce, ramen noodles, applesauce, peanut butter, paper goods, can openers and feminine products. If you want to donate but are unable to participate in the Run/Walk, let us know and we will pick up your donations.

For questions, please contact Ashlynn Kelker or Chrissi Turley

                                       🎅 Note to parents 🎅
A special Christmas guest will be joining us & available for pictures!

Gooble Wooble Map

Please Take our Survey!

We are considering a few different things for Fall and Winter and need your feedback. Please click the link below to take our survey.

Ideas being tossed around include a possible 5K that would be on Thanksgiving Day in the morning with minimal registration fee or donation for entry; a Leaf Removal Service for a fee that we could negotiate a price on with enough participants; and a possible Santa event for our littlest neighbors. Also, what type directory would you like in 2020? Please let us know your thoughts!


National Night Out – August 6

National Night Out Day is observed annually on the first Tuesday in August to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer.

We will gather Tuesday, August 6th at the Playground at Huntingtowne Farms Park from 6 – 8 p.m. to celebrate National Night Out with neighbors and officers that serve in our area. Come out to meet officers, see your neighbors and let the kids play. The Neighborhood Association will provide a hot dog dinner including water, chips and ice pops to the first 100 attendees. If you would like to bake a treat for our visiting officers, please email Kim Riddle at