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General Information

 Common Area

Within our neighborhood is a spacious Common Area available for use by all home owners. This area has a large pond containing bluegill, catfish, bass, and many turtles. Fishing is permitted, but we encourage the release of fish that are caught. A pier extends over the pond that can be used for fishing, feeding of fish and ducks, and general relaxation. The walking/jogging trail made of pebble gravel around the pond is approximately one third (1/3) of one mile in length. The playground area has swings, a sliding board, activity bars, and several picnic tables always available for use. A natural wooded area behind the pond is available for a quiet nature walk, and you may see various wildlife including squirrels, deer, and owls. A beautiful fountain in the pond runs during summer months to aerate the pond.

 Schools and Library

The children of our neighborhood may attend Lake Wylie Elementary School, SouthWest Middle School , and Olympic High School. A Charlotte Public Library branch is located one mile south on Steel Creek Road . 

 Trash Pickup

The City picks up general household trash and recyclables each Thursday. If Thursday falls on a City Employee holiday, the pick up is made on the next working day. Bulky household items such as appliances, carpet, or mattresses must be scheduled for pick up by calling Solid Waste Management at 704-336-2673. Yard waste including limbs and leaves are picked up once a week, generally on the same day as trash and recyclables.

 Homeowners Association

Greycrest home owners are all members of our Homeowners Association (HOA). A HOA Board made up of five (5) home owners is elected by the home owners at an annual meeting. This meeting is normally held at a school, church, or library in the community each February. A notice is sent to each home owner informing them of the time, date, and location of the annual meeting. The HOA requires that annual dues be collected from each home owner, which are used for landscaping and lawn maintenance of the common areas and entrance ways, electrical use, pond management, insurance, neighborhood activities, and other expenses related to the upkeep of our neighborhood.

The City of Charlotte maintains a very informative website at www.charmeck.org where you may find a wealth of information on topics including city government, city restrictions, and parks and recreation facilities.

For any other information needed regarding Greycrest, you may Email us using the “Contact Us?tab on this site. 


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