The Charlotte Community Association was incorporated with the state of New York on Jan. 11, 1963. CCA recently marked its anniversary of advocating for the community with a picnic.
Its vision is to have a safe, vibrant and inviting place to live, work and visit; a family-friendly community; and a year-round destination celebrated for its rich history and natural resources.
Its mission is to build a stronger community, and to enhance the lives of its residents by providing a forum for sharing information, connecting neighbors and stakeholders and fostering civic engagement while preserving and promoting the heritage of the village of Charlotte.
CCA continues to advocate and provide support in the community, as evidenced by outreach programs including scholarships, clean sweeps and garden work. The Community Development Committee undertook the significant task to organize and host the Charrette in 2017, and subsequent activities to create a vision plan for presentation to residents and city officials.
Geographically, the Charlotte community’s boundaries are Lake Ontario to the north, Boxart Street to the south, the Genesee River to the east and the town of Greece to the west. According to the 2010 census, there are approximately 8,000 residents and 4,100 households in the community.
Call (585) 865-6101 or email for information.