Lake Park, NC

 

 

 

Lake Park, a village in northwest Union County, is 15 miles from downtown Charlotte, North Carolina.  Villagers have built a variety of homes here: GazeboAndClocktowertraditional single-family homes, care-free patio homes, condominiums, and townhomes.

Lake Park’s landmark, a chiming clocktower, overlooks this beautiful village with churches, schools, shops, offices, and a community center.  Three parks, 2 swimming pools, a wading pool, a “feature pool”, 2 tennis courts, 6 playgrounds, and 13 ponds provide plentiful recreation and entertainment.  Unique monuments and gazebos identify the neighborhoods.  Pathways and tree-lined sidewalks connect them all, inviting residents and guests to enjoy the outdoors and each other.

Come see all that Lake Park has to offer and why it is much more than a neighborhood – it’s a home town.



Announcements
 

Find your spot at Lake Park Live

Saturday, August 23 11 am- 2 pm at the Gazebo in Lake Park

Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy time with family accompanied by live music, food, local artisans, vendors, and kid’s activities.

Lake Park Live is a free event hosted by Central Academy at Lake Park and Central Church of God Lake Park.
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Discarded Furniture Pickup

Only on the Second Thursday of the Month

Lake Park has one Thursday furniture pick up per month. Discarded furnishings will ONLY be collected on the 2nd Thursday.  Do not curb furniture on any other Thursday.  If you have more items, the next furniture pick up will be September 11.

 
  Lake Park Pool News

Pool Hours:

Monday – Saturday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Sunday : noon to 8 p.m. 

We are still accepting memberships!

Membership Information

Village of Lake Park as a 
“Purple Heart City in the State of North Carolina”
Chapter 634 of The Military Order of the Purple Heart has proclaimed our Village of Lake Park an “Purple Heart City.”
Link to Full Proclamation

Planning Board News

Greg Crosby has been unanimously approved for a 3-year term on the Planning Board and Board of Adjustments by the Lake Park Council.  Greg served 8 years as Councilman, including 2 years as Mayor Pro-Tem.  Greg has also served 2 prior years on the Planning Board and Board of Adjustments.

 Planning Board Opening

One additional Planning Board position is available.  Residents interested in the future plans for the Village may apply for a 3-year term on the Lake Park Planning Board and Board of Adjustments.  Interested persons need to contact Cheri Clark or Mark Phillips by August 11.  The combined Boards meet on the third Tuesdays of the month.