STEELE CREEK NEWS
Areas to be Studied for Annexation in 2007
2005) Every two years the City of Charlotte annexes areas adjacent
to the city that meet state standards for urban development.
Annexations regularly become effective on June 30 in odd-numbered
years. Although the city has just now completed its 2005 annexation,
it already has identified study areas for the next round in 2007.
At its June
13 meeting, the Charlotte City Council approved resolutions of
consideration for nine annexation study areas. One of these is in
Steele Creek and includes Berewick and adjacent areas south of Dixie
River Road and west of Sandy Porter Road. Planning staff will review
these areas to see if any or all of the area meets state standards
for involuntary annexation. They will present maps of the qualifying
areas to the City Council in July 2006.
On the map below,
the area in pink is within Charlotte, the area in yellow will be
studied for possible annexation in 2007, and the area in green is
unincorporated area that will be annexed by Charlotte eventually,
but at least not before 2009.
information on the annexation process and schedule, visit the
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission Annexation Page.
Click here to view
DETAILED MAPS of all the study areas. (You will need to
Adobe Acrobat Reader to view these images.)
a detailed review and discussion of the annexation process, see the
following news story:
Study Areas for
2005 Annexation Identified in Steele Creek (Steele Creek
Residents Association, November 25, 2004)