New Neighbors

Welcome to Browne’s Ferry

Please accept our heartfelt welcome to the Browne’s Ferry neighborhood. We are so glad you have chosen to join our community. We want your new home to be a great experience for you and your family, so we have gathered a few helpful tips about our area that we would like to share with you!

Below you will find information on utilities and municipal services, as well as schools and things to do in the area. We would love if you could join us at our Homeowners Association meetings. contains great information on our community, including upcoming community events and activities, local news relevant to our neighborhood, contact information for our HOA leadership, PDFs of past newsletters and links to our Homeowners Association covenants and bylaws. Browne’s Ferry is also on and have a private Facebook group: Browne’s Ferry Neighborhood

Welcome to Browne’s Ferry!

Browne’s Ferry Park

Browne’s Ferry Park is a public area available to all Browne’s Ferry residents. Located at the end of Browne’s Ferry Road, Browne’s Ferry Park boasts a gazebo, playground, half-court basketball area and tennis court. Reservations are not required for use of the gazebo, but keep in mind that the park closes at dusk to ensure the safety of park visitors and nearby residents. Most community events are held at the park.


Duke Energy – Electricity


Piedmont Natural Gas


City of Charlotte – Water & Sewer


Charlotte-Mecklenburg Solid Waste Services – Trash & Recycling

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Solid Waste Services picks up garbage and recycling on Fridays. Recycling is collected every other Friday. The City has a calendar available, which we also publish in the calendar on A recycling center is located at 12300 N. Statesville Rd. This center accepts electronics, appliances, fluorescent light bulbs and batteries, among other items.

The City also collects yard debris and grass clippings on Friday mornings. Branches must be cut to no longer than 5 feet and 4 inches in diameter. Piles must be no higher than 3 feet, and the City asks that piles not obstruct the flow of water into storm drains. Leaves and clippings must be placed in untied plastic bags or uncovered trash cans.

Curbside bins must be put by the street by 6 a.m. to ensure pickup. Neighborhood covenants require that all trash and recycling bins be kept in an enclosed structure or screened by adequate planting or fencing so its view is obscured from the street and from other neighbors.

HOA Dues (Assessments)

Homeowners Association assessments are collected once per year for a total of $190.

Assessments are due by Jan. 1, but late penalties are not issued until after Jan. 31. If you are having trouble paying the full amount, please contact the property manager to set up a payment plan and avoid late fees.


Assigned Public Schools

Croft Community School

Kindergarten – 5th Grade

4911 Hucks Rd
Charlotte, NC 28269
(980) 343-0370

Ridge Road Middle School (as of 2018-19)
6th – 8th Grades

7260 Highland Creek Parkway
Charlotte, NC 28269

(980) 344-3410

Mallard Creek High School

9th – 12th Grades

3825 Johnston Oehler Rd
Charlotte, NC 28269
(980) 343-1341

Local Charter Schools

  • Bradford Preparatory Academy (K-8): 2502 Salome Church Road
  • Community School of Davidson (K-12): 565 Griffith Street South, Davidson
  • Corvian Community School (K-4): 9501 David Taylor Drive
  • Lake Norman Charter School (5-12): 12435 Old Statesville Road
  • Mallard Creek STEM (5-12): Browne Road
  • Sugar Creek Charter School (K-8): 4101 N. Tryon Street

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