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Most of the area and population of Steele
Creek is within the Charlotte city limits. Charlotte provides all
municipal services within the corporate limits and administers certain
other functions within the remaining unincorporated area, including
planning and zoning, water and sewer, and police.
All of the area of Steele Creek within the city limits is within
City Council District 3.
The City Council
typically meets on Mondays at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Government
Center, 600 E. Fourth Street. Meetings are broadcast on
Government Channel on Time-Warner Channel 16.
Visit the City
Council web page for information on members and meetings.
review and approval by the Charlotte City Council.
County departments and the Board of County Commissioners service
many community needs, especially those related to health,
education, welfare, mental health, and the environment. Core
service areas include land use and environmental services, health
and human services, and community services, including parks,
libraries, and elections. The Board of County Commissioners sets
the tax rate for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. The Register of
Deeds and Sheriff are elected separately from the County
Regular Meetings are held every first and third Tuesday of
each month at 6:00 p.m. in the Meeting Chamber of the
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center. Meetings are
The Government Channel on Time-Warner Channel 16.
Workshops are held every second Tuesday of each month at 3:00 p.m.
in Conference Center Room 267 of the CMGC (2nd floor). All of
Steele Creek is within County Commissioner District 2.
Commission web page
for information on members and
Schools (CMS) serves over 133,000 students in Mecklenburg County.
Twelve schools are located in Steele Creek: the five high
schools in the Olympic
Community of Schools, Kennedy Middle School, Southwest Middle School, Lake Wylie
Elementary School, Steele Creek Elementary School, Winget Park
Elementary School, and the newest schools, Berewick Elementary
School and River Gate Elementary School, which opened in fall
Olympic High School received a $1.2 million grant from the
Coalition of Essential Schools to convert it into five smaller,
themed schools, now known as the Olympic Community of Schools. The
small-schools concept is designed to boost academic achievement,
better prepare students for college and skilled careers, and
prepare students for global competitiveness.
of Steele Creek is within the attendance areas of the six
schools listed above, but the northern edge of the community is within the West
Mecklenburg High School, Wilson Middle School, and Berryhill Elementary
School attendance areas. However, students have a variety of options
in the Student Assignment Plan.
All of Steele Creek is within
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of
Education District 2.
Board meetings of the Board of Education are
on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Meetings are
CMS-TV3 on Time-Warner cable channel 3. Visit the Charlotte-Mecklenburg
Schools web page for more information.
school web page
Berewick Elementary School
River Gate Elementary School
Steele Creek Elementary School
Olympic Community of Schools:
Biotechnology, Health, and
Public Administration (Biotech)
International Business and
Communication Studies (Business)
International Studies and
Global Economics (Global)
Math, Engineering and Science
Olympic High School
Olympic High School Stadium, Track, and Field
Service and Information Center
Dial 311 to reach the City/County
Customer Service and Information Center or go to the
Charlotte Mecklenburg 311 web page.
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