New Online Survey Designed to Gather Public Input

Mecklenburg County, NC - A new online survey designed to gather feedback from the community as planning gets underway on the future of the Historic Latta site is now live! 

Mecklenburg County’s Park and Recreation Department launched the survey today. From now, until October 22, the public can provide input on community values as programming and operations plans are being developed for the reopening of the Historic Latta site. 

The Historic Latta site is a circa 1800 historic farm located in Latta Nature Preserve in Huntersville. The site sits on about 16 acres, with a total of 19 structures on the property including a plantation house from the James Latta Plantation, cabins, outbuildings and more. 

The Historic Latta site is currently closed to the public. The site closed in June after the County opted to not renew its lease with former leaseholder, Historic Latta Place Inc. (HLP). 

Mecklenburg County is currently assessing future partnerships and best practices for the site. 

Survey responses will remain anonymous, but survey results will be available once the survey closes.