Draft Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan drive-in community meeting + movie and online card game

Partner Post by the City of Charlotte

The city is unveiling its draft Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan on Saturday, Oct. 31, at a drive-in community meeting and screening of “Back to the Future.” The meeting will take place in the parking lot of the Park Expo, 800 Briar Creek Road, beginning at 2 p.m.

Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan drive in event

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, guests will remain in their cars and be guided to information booths and presentations where they will review and provide feedback on the draft plan. Spanish translation services will be provided.

The meeting will be available in four identical sessions. Guests are asked to arrive up to 30 minutes early for their preferred session and download the Kahoot! mobile app to vote and participate during the meeting.

The same information will be shared at four different sessions. The session times are:

  • Session 1      2:00 – 2:45 pm
  • Session 2      3:30 – 4:15 pm
  • Session 3      5:00 – 5:45 pm
  • Session 4      6:30 – 7:15 pm – 9 pm ends with movie

Guests attending the last session are invited to stay for a drive-in screening of “Back to the Future,” in celebration of Charlotte’s bright future.

Learn more about the drive-in community meeting and register today at 2040drivein.eventbrite.com. Share this invitation with your friends and family. (Spanish translation services will be provided.)

Charlotte Future Game

The City of Charlotte has released an online version of its new card game, Charlotte Future City-Building Game. Play the Charlotte Future City-Building Game online using Tabletopia for free! Be sure to take pictures while playing the game and share on social media using the tags #CLTfuture2040 and tag @CLTgov & CLTplanning. (Link: https://tabletopia.com/games/charlotte-future-city-building-game). Instructions are available in English and Spanish. Free physical copies of the game will be available soon.

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