National League of Cities Centennial Roadshow to Stop in Charlotte

Published on June 18, 2024

Cityscape reflecting off a train as it travels out of Uptown Charlotte.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (June 18, 2024) – The National League of Cities (NLC), the voice for America's municipalities for the past century, will make a stop in Charlotte on Wednesday, June 19 as part of its 100th anniversary celebration roadshow. 

Over the past 100 years, the NLC has been a steadfast advocate for cities and their residents. To commemorate this major milestone, NLC representatives will be traveling across the United States in an eco-friendly bus tour, shining a spotlight on the vital role cities play in our nation.

During the Charlotte stop, NLC representatives will experience a portion of daily life in the Queen City. Activities will include:

  • Riding the Lynx Blue Line light rail to get a firsthand look at Charlotte's public transit system.
  • Visiting neighborhoods and communities to interact with residents who make Charlotte thrive.
  • Meeting with local leaders, non-profits, and organizations who serve the city. 

For more information on NLC's 100-year anniversary tour, visit


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