City Council

District 4 Renee’ Johnson
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Town Hall
Vision Zero – More than 20/20


Thursday, June 27, 2019
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM 


Camino Community Center
201 Stetson Drive
Charlotte, NC 28262

Focus on transportation, highlighting traffic safety improvements and updating residents on major CDOT and NCDOT Transportation Projects, Public Transportation Options, Rail Projects, Traffic Calming, Street Lights, Future Bike and Pedestrian Infrastructure, and much more.

For more informationcontact Robin Lo Furno at 704.336.3184 or​​

Virtual Town Hall
Small Business Grants & Loans

Virtual Town Hall

Wednesday, May 6, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM 

Watch the live session on:
Gov Channel

Join Council Members Renee’ Johnson (District 4), Matt Newton (District 5) and Dimple Ajmera (At-Large) to learn more about small business grants and loans, and application timelines.

  • Thomas Stith III, SBA District Director of North Carolina
  • North Carolina State Treasurer Dale R. Folwell, CPA
  • Representative Christy Clark, North Carolina House District 98
  • Commissioner Susan Rodriguez-McDowell, Mecklenburg County District 6
  • Holly Eskridge, Assistant Economic Development Director - City of Charlotte

Renee’ Johnson

District 4 representative

Renee’ Johnson represents District 4 on the Charlotte City Council. She is the founder and Executive Director of Triumph Services. The organization is designed to provide services for survivors of trauma, including but not limited to acquired brain injury. 

Renee’s background includes serving the community, with over 30 years of public service, including Affordable and Re-entry housing and Medicaid Administration. For the past 16 years, Council Member Johnson has been providing affordable housing solutions for homeless women and families seeking low-income and transitional housing. 

She is the former Board Chair of Montessori Renaissance Community School; former Board member of Rahab’s Hideaway (an organization designed to assist victims of Human Trafficking), United Faith of America and Make It Happen Foundations. She has also participated on the Charlotte Continuum of Care, Mecklenburg County Re-entry Partners and the Re-entry Housing Alliance.

She holds her B.S. in Business Administration and M.S. in Human Services. Council Member Johnson is married, has two adult children and two grandchildren. She is a mother to a 13-year-old Miniature Schnauzer named Max. Council Member Johnson is a current member of The St. Paul Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC.

​About district 4

District 4  is physically located in the northeastern part of the city from The Plaza to the City Limits. I-85 North runs through the area.

District 4 online tool

​​View the district boundaries, area plans, adopted land use, ​parks, community investment plan and more! >>​

District 4 printable map (please note this is a large file and may take a while to load)


Greg Phipps participates in the following mayor-appointed council committees:
​Well-Managed Government Budget​Well-Managed Government (Budget) (chair)
Transportation & PlanningTransportation and Planning