A heads-up for HF residents: Mecklenburg County appraisal staff have been seen in our neighborhood examining home exteriors to gather information for next year’s property revaluation.
According to the county website, appraisers will always be driving a marked county vehicle and will NOT ask to come inside your home without an appointment.
For more information about the revaluation, visit the county’s website:
Once again, everyone in the neighborhood gets to be a judge!
Send your picks for the three best-looking yards in Huntingtowne Farms to President Wally (email@example.com) by Sunday, April 29, at 7 p.m. The Yard Awards Committee will tally the votes and declare the winners (one per section) on April 30.
Spring is almost here! Gussy up your yard and support HFNA at the same time by buying your pine needles from us! $4.50 per bale including delivery; $6.50 per bale for delivery and spreading. Please note there is a minimum purchase of 10 bales.
Submit orders by February 26. Delivery will take place on March 2 and 3.
Click here for an order form to submit payment by mail, or click the button below to pay via PayPal (calculate what you owe and pay that amount, and someone will follow up with you to confirm your order details).
Questions? Email Wally Dawson.
Hooray for sunshine (finally)! Thanks to everyone who came out to enjoy great food, friends, and fun!
A team of about 20 volunteers spent Saturday morning tidying up Huntingtowne Farms Elementary School. The group trimmed crepe myrtles and bushes, planted flowers in beds and pots, weeded, removed brush, reapplied playground mulch, and painted staff bathroom walls. Thanks to all who helped!
On Tuesday, August 1, HF neighbors will celebrate National Night Out by gathering with local police and fire personnel to mingle, eat free food, and discuss ways to reduce crime and increase public safety. We’ll also have information on volunteer opportunities with the HF Neighborhood Association and HF Elementary School.
Our National Night Out event will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. at Huntingtowne Farms Elementary School (in the parking lot).
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. Millions of neighbors from across the United States and beyond participate in NNO on the first Tuesday in August. For more information, visit www.natw.org.