We hope you will consider joining your neighbors in the Charlestowne Neighborhood Association for 2018.  Membership is open to all residents of the Charlestowne neighborhood (south of Broad and Exchange Streets) interested in preserving the livable, historic character of our neighborhood. Members are invited to participate in CNA meetings, attend public forums, and serve on committees. The stronger our membership, the greater the benefit to the neighborhood.

The CNA Board develops policies and strategies to give Charlestowne residents a concerted voice in matters that affect the livability and quality of life.  The Board works to ensure that CNA is able to offer input to the City and its various boards and commissions on all projects or proposals that may impact Charlestowne.  The Board and its committees also strive to improve relations with City officials and staff in support of our neighborhood’s interests. Joining CNA provides you with:

  • Access to neighborhood and City information on our website and Facebook page as well as email alerts and mailings regarding membership renewals and meetings
  • Notifications and commentary about issues affecting the neighborhood
  • Informational forums on City and neighborhood matters
  • Membership Meetings featuring speakers and reports from CNA committees and task forces on matters affecting the neighborhood
  • An opportunity to contribute to the welfare of the neighborhood

NOTE: The Charlestowne Neighborhood Association is a 501c4 organization. Membership dues and contributions are not deductible as charitable for federal income tax purposes.


Please see below from the City of Charleston:

In coordination with the City of Charleston, representatives from Dominion Energy, their contractors, and the City will be on hand to answer questions, discuss safety, reliability, proper pruning methods and more.

When: Monday, February 10, 2020 from 5:00 to 7:00 P.M.

Where: Hilton Garden Inn – Charleston Waterfront at 45 Lockwood Drive

The gate to the hotel parking garage will be open, no code needed, from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.

The room will be set up with informational stations so interested residents may drop in at their convenience any time between 5:00 -7:00 p.m. Free parking will be available in the hotel garage during these hours.

Detailed trimming location maps will be available at the meeting, but the project will generally include the following areas:

Below Crosstown between Lockwood Drive and King Street
Above Crosstown between Hagood Avenue and Rutledge Avenue

If you are unable to attend the meeting, please be advised that a notice will be sent to each Dominion Energy account holder in the pruning zone approximately two weeks before work is expected to begin in that area. This will include Dominion Energy contact details for more information or questions.
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