Resources For Residents

We want to make sure your transition into Huntersville as your new home is a pleasant one. Here are some items to help you take care of your settling-in checklist!

Or, if you live here now and are looking for one place that has all your local resources, this is it!


Area Seasonal Farmer's Markets

During the summer, take advantage of some of the area’s most popular farmer’s market and stores. Stocked with local products, these markets provide residents with a “flavor” of our region. The Huntersville Chamber is proud to support local!


The Huntersville Grower’s Market

Saturdays at Huntersville Elementary School from 8 a.m. to noon

Click HERE for more information.


Novant Health and The Park Farmer’s Market

Every Tuesday 10:00am-2:00pm
@the corner of Reese and Gilead Rd on the Novant Health campus

Davidson Farmers Market

Downtown Davidson.  Saturdays 8 a.m. to noon.

Click HERE for more information.


The Bradford Store

15915 Davidson Concord Rd.,  Huntersville

Click HERE for more information.


The Old Store

14720 Brown Mill Rd, Huntersville, Open Daily.

Click HERE or Call (704) 992-6106 for more information.



Electricity Providers in Huntersville are designated by specific territory agreements based on your address. Contact them for more information:

Duke Energy    

(704) 948-6009

Energy United    
(704) 892-0278

Natural Gas

Piedmont Natural Gas is your area resource for hookup.    

Charlotte controls all water and sewer issues. For water emergencies, call 311 or 704-336-7600 or locally at 704-378-6632 (to also set up service). Charlotte Water also is very responsive on Twitter @CLTWater.

Waste and Recycling

Waste Connections
Check here for information on trash and recycling pickup days and also to get service set up. Service is contracted through the Town of Huntersville.      



Let us help match jobs to job seekers.

Employment Resources

One of our Huntersville Chamber members suggested a tagline for Huntersville companies looking for employees and we think it’s perfect:

The Talent is Here.

Huntersville has a vast amount of resources in the knowledgebase of our citizens. And when our citizens are looking for positions, our Huntersville Chamber wants to help in the process of finding jobs locally. For our corporate and business entities, there is an advantage to having local citizens working for you — employee loyalty, community involvement, less downtime, use of local resources, word of mouth. We’re working to help match those looking to fill positions and those looking for jobs.

Thank you to Huntersville resident Brian Hynes for his compilation of resources for those looking for positions or job searching assistance and counseling. If you want to forward your resume to, we’ll start keeping files and sharing with our member corporations who may be trying to fill positions.

Career Transitions
Providence United Methodist Church
2810 Providence Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28211 P 704.366.2823
Mondays 11 am – 1 pm Room A-106

Christians in Career Transition
St. Matthew Catholic Church
8015 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy.
Charlotte, NC 28277 P 704.543.7677
Usually 1st and 3rd Mondays 7 pm – 9 pm ( NLC 125/132

Job Hunters
St. John’s Episcopal Church
1623 Carmel Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28226 P 704-366-3034
2nd and 4th Tuesdays 7 pm – 9 pm Room 204/205

Davidson Career Transition Program
Davidson United Methodist Church
233 South Main Street
Davidson, NC 28036 P 704-892-8277
1st and 3rd Wednesdays Room 216/218
9:30 am – 10 am (Coffee/Networking)
10 am – 12 noon (Meeting)

NCWorks Career Center
Howard Ross – Facilitator
7140 Forest Point Blvd. Suite A
Charlotte, NC 28217 P 704-565-6865
Thursdays 12 noon – 2 pm (NO MEETING 9-August)
5601 Executive Center Drive Suite 100
Charlotte, NC 28212 P 704-566-2870
Tuesdays 12 noon – 2 pm

Charlotte In Transition Support

We are a proud supporter of NCWorks, an online resource for job seekers and employers. Find out more about NCWorks here: Website

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