This initiative was developed to engage residents, build strong communities, strengthen neighborhood associations, and promote resident led action.

C.O.R.E. has been designed to:

  • Create a collaborative partnership between the city, stakeholders and neighborhoods
  • Foster cooperation and consensus within neighborhoods
  • Provide a forum for advocacy by neighborhood associations
  • Provide a resource for sharing information and for neighborhood development and training
  • Strengthen and coordinate city departments' responses to neighborhood concerns and service requests

Events & Registration

The Connect Your Community Calendar is a resource to let others know about community events happening in your neighborhood. Neighborhood associations registered with the city’s Neighborhood Services Department can submit events for the calendar. Local non-profit organizations may also submit information about community-focused events.

All events listed on the calendar are, and must be, free and open to the public.

Listing an Event

Contact the Neighborhood Services Manager to list an event.

  1. Friday, September 29

    1. CAROLINA CLASSIC FAIR Celebrating 140 years, the Carolina Classic Fair (formerly the Dixie Classic Fair)
  2. Saturday, October 14

    1. AARP Walk with a Doc
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