Resources For Residents

We want to make sure your transition into Huntersville as your new home is a pleasant one. Here are some items to help you take care of your settling-in checklist!

Or, if you live here now and are looking for one place that has all your local resources, this is it!


Area Seasonal Farmer's Markets

During the summer, take advantage of some of the area’s most popular farmer’s market and stores. Stocked with local products, these markets provide residents with a “flavor” of our region. The Huntersville Chamber is proud to support local!


The Huntersville Grower’s Market

Saturdays at Huntersville Elementary School from 8 a.m. to noon

Click HERE for more information.


Novant Health and The Park Farmer’s Market

Every Tuesday 10:00am-2:00pm
@the corner of Reese and Gilead Rd on the Novant Health campus

Davidson Farmers Market

Downtown Davidson.  Saturdays 8 a.m. to noon.

Click HERE for more information.


The Bradford Store

15915 Davidson Concord Rd.,  Huntersville

Click HERE for more information.


The Old Store

14720 Brown Mill Rd, Huntersville, Open Daily.

Click HERE or Call (704) 992-6106 for more information.



Electricity Providers in Huntersville are designated by specific territory agreements based on your address. Contact them for more information:

Duke Energy    

(704) 948-6009

Energy United    
(704) 892-0278

Natural Gas

Piedmont Natural Gas is your area resource for hookup.    

Charlotte controls all water and sewer issues. For water emergencies, call 311 or 704-336-7600 or locally at 704-378-6632 (to also set up service). Charlotte Water also is very responsive on Twitter @CLTWater.

Waste and Recycling

Waste Connections
Check here for information on trash and recycling pickup days and also to get service set up. Service is contracted through the Town of Huntersville.      

Employment Resources

At the Huntersville Chamber of Commerce, opportunities for employment often catch our attention. If your company/business has an opening, we’re happy to promote it for you: email [email protected] to get the information in our next newsletter. OR, make sure to “like” our Facebook page and you can post it there. 

Additionally, the Huntersville Chamber of Commerce (originally Huntersville Connection) was one of the first champions of our local resource for employers and those seeking employment — Helping Others Help Themselves. Use their website, to post your resume or post a job opportunity.

We are a proud supporter of NCWorks, an online resource for job seekers and employers. Find out more about NCWorks here: Website