Welcome to Charlotte, Rochester, NY
Charlotte celebrated its centennial of becoming part of the City of Rochester on January 1st, 2016. The neighborhood is a mix of City/suburban neighborhoods that is connected to Lake Ontario through the Ontario Beach Park and Port of Rochester.
Stroll through the Ontario Beach Park and catch a ride on the 1905 Dentzel Carousel, or stop to admire the beautiful gardens maintained by neighborhood volunteers. Chat with the fishermen on the pier to learn about the best catch of the day or sit on the beach and hear the voices of the children playing in the sand and the seagulls doing their thing. There are events year-round including the Winter Fest and Polar Plunge in February, Kite Fest in May, Big Band Dancing in the Fall and Spring and Concerts by the Shore during the summer. From a variety of restaurants, pizza places, bait shops, auto repair along with a plethora of local shops to explore you are certain to find your favorite spot. In the summer months, you cannot leave the area without trying a frozen custard from the oldest creamery in America. The Charlotte neighborhood has something for everyone and the CCA is hoping you want to be a part of our unique community.
Join Us! There is a plethora of benefits in engaging with the Charlotte Community Association, INC. (CCA) for both community and the surrounding Rochester region.
Most popular ways to engage with the Charlotte Community Association
· Make your voice heard! Attend our General Meeting, typically held the 1st Monday each month at 7pm, upstairs in the Robach Community Building. The agenda features the City of Rochester updates, Neighborhood Updates/Community Concerns, Board Reports and Upcoming Events. As of June 2021, we will offer a hybrid meeting version; while we resume our in-person meetings, following Monroe County Covid-19 guidelines, those who prefer the Zoom option can request the Zoom link by 3pm the day of the meeting?
· Get Involved – Volunteer on one of our eleven committees as a regular or a one-time event. Check out our Plan of Work (POW) and see the plan. You decide how to best manage your commitment.
The CCA can help guide you to the appropriate channels to address your needs, but is a volunteer organization who depend on membership, sponsorships and donations. You can communicate with the CCA outside of our general meetings by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note if there is an urgent need or true emergency dial 911, for city services call the neighborhood service center at 311, or explore the 211 LIFE LINE topics. We hope to see you soon as you embrace the opportunity to peacefully enhance our mission and vision.
Reminder – The next CCA General Meeting will be Monday, June 6, 2022.
Get Involved! Attend our monthly meeting! Typically held the 1st Monday each month at 7 pm in the Robach Community Center (following Monroe County Covid-19 guidelines).
We need your support! The Charlotte Community Association, INC. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. CCA members and volunteers raise money through sponsorship and fundraising to support events, scholarships and beautification efforts for our community. Volunteers accomplish the mission and vision of the CCA together by building and advocating for the efforts our harbor town and surounding region enjoys.
How Can You Help? Check out our Committees, Make a Difference, Volunteer and GET INVOLVED!
Business Alliance Committee
Community Development Committee
Safety and Security
Youth Engagement Committee
Charlotte Community Association
P.O. Box 12768 Charlotte Station
Rochester, NY 14612