Join us at Comfort Suites on Tuesday, January 21st at 5:30 p.m.
My Place Hotel, an extended stay hotel, will celebrate the groundbreaking of their first property in North Carolina on Tuesday, October 22nd at noon. The property is located at 14725 Statesville Road and will be under construction for the next several months. Visitors from the company headquarters in South Dakota will come to celebrate the groundbreaking and Huntersville Chamber members will join Huntersville mayor pro tem Melinda Bales in welcoming the company to our community!
Hunter House & Gardens (corner of Mt. Holly-Huntersville and 115) will host our October member meeting and we encourage guests to come attend and see this asset to our community. Meeting will begin at 5:30 and there will be light eats and a cash bar. Huntersville candidates for the town board have been invited. We encourage 30-second elevator speeches and as usual, we’ll be actively encouraging connections! Come join us and tour Hunter House and see what the Huntersville Chamber is all about!
Novant Health B-cycle is excited to provide Huntersville, NC with affordable bike rides that enhances health and wellness of our community. Our bike station is strategically placed close to the campus of Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center. Here you can explore riding around the Huntersville Business Park as well as the convenience of the neighboring stores and restaurants.
Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center, 10030 Gilead Road, Huntersville NC 28078, located in the rear hospital team member parking lot.
- Phone: 704-316-4360
- Customer Support hours: 8AM-4PM
- [email protected]
- Pass – $1
- 1st half hour of each trip – Included
- Additional 30 minutes – $1
How it works
1. Purchase Passes at B-station
- Our system offers 24 hour passes.
- Passes can be purchased at the B-cycle station (credit card/debit card required).
2. Choose Bike from B-station
Press the ‘Start’ button. Follow the instructions on the touchscreen to purchase a guest/user pass. When prompted, select the dock number of the bike you wish to check out. The kiosk will unlock the bike from the dock you chose. The dock holding the bike will beep until the bike is removed.
3. Grab Your Bike and Go!
Adjust your seat, strap on your helmet, and go. Rides of less than 30 minutes incur no additional fee (see rates).
4. Return Bike to Station
Return your bike to Novant Health B-station by rolling it into an available dock. Wait for three rapid blinks of the green light and three quick beeps. That is your signal that the bike has been securely returned.
What is B-Cycle?
B-Cycle is a next-next-generation bike-sharing program. It is a zero-hassle, zero-emissions way to get around town. It’s a bike-sharing program that meets the transportation, health, and environmental needs of our communities.
B-Cycle is the only bike-sharing program that measures the actual distance traveled on each ride and keeps track of the calories you’ve burned and the carbon emissions you’ve prevented. All this information is available on your personal B-Cycle web page
What about the actual B-cycle?
Imagine a bike that is always ready to ride, where and when you want to ride it. The tires are always inflated and the chain is never rusty. A bike with a basket to carry your cargo. A bike with front and rear lights and a bell that fits people tall and short. A bike that’s there whenever you need it, and gone when you don’t. That’s a B-cycle. And it’s powered by the ultimate alternative fuel: you.
Pay for passes at kiosk, additional fees for extra ride time billed to debit/credit card.
B-cycle requires that all accounts be associated with a credit or debit card.
Is it legal to ride a bike without a helmet?
Adults over the age of 18 may legally ride a bike without a helmet, but Novant Health B-cycle strongly recommends wearing a helmet whenever riding a bicycle.
Does Novant Health B-cycle provide helmets for riders?
Helmets will not be provided.
FREE PLANT SWAP on Saturday, August 10th at Veterans Park!
WHAT: An opportunity to bring plants and/or garden materials that you don’t want AND leave with something you do want! (NO buying or selling.)
WHEN: Saturday, August 10th from 10:30am-11:30am. Please arrive at 10:15am or sooner as we’ll start promptly at 10:30am. (I will be there at 10:00am.)
WHERE: Veterans Park located at the corner of Main St. and Huntersville-Concord Rd. (We will be near the Farmer’s Market.)
WHO: Anyone and everyone who is interested in sharing/swapping plants and/or other garden materials with their neighbors. Novice gardeners are encouraged to come and learn, and seasoned gardeners are encouraged to come and share their knowledge. You can also ignore the plants and just come socialize with your neighbors.
WHAT TO BRING: Indoor or outdoor plants, flowers, bulbs, bushes, seeds, cuttings, tools, books, buckets, pots, stone path, rocks, trellis, benches and more. (Please be prepared to take back home anything of yours that’s not grabbed during the event.) For the PLANTS, please repot plants into pots and label with their name, color, sun or shade.
GIVEAWAY: A representative from Huntersville Police Department will be there to meet with neighbors, build community and give away swag!
On Saturday, April 27th, Hopewell High School will host a Community Festival from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Citizens are invited to come enjoy the talents of Hopewell and local businesses are encouraged to reserve a space to share information about your business. See the flyer below for more details! To register as a vendor or to donate, follow this link.