Service for Community Heros

The Palisades women’s club has honored the CMPD Steele Creek division police officers The last two years. One of the projects was to invite any interested police officers to play golf at the Palisades country club with A sponsor member. The three police officers that participated had a great time and their day was funded by the Palisades country club and a few generous members. Thanks so much to everyone that made this possible.



The center provides a “home away from home” for all active-duty, reserve, National Guard, retired military personnel and their dependents as they travel through CLT. The center offers comfortable chairs, books, magazines, television and refreshments. Internet and phones are available free of charge to help service members connect with loved ones while away from home.

Wear Blue: Walk to Remember

The nonprofit organization honors the service and sacrifice of the American military. It creates a support network for military members and their families by bridging the gap between military and civilian communities and creates a living memorial for our country’s fallen military members. Wear Blue: Run to Remember exists for the fallen, for the fighting and for the families.

Charlotte/Mecklenburg Police Department

The Palisades is served by CMPD Steele Creek. The division has 100 officers and is responsible for 69 square miles of Mecklenburg County. Their goal is exemplary service and close community involvement. Our community coordinators are Ron Hill and Matthew Huffman.

Steele Creek Volunteer Fire Department

The Palisades is served by Steele Creek Volunteer Fire Department. The department includes 35 volunteers located on South Tryon and near the outlet mall.

Mecklenburg Emergency Medical Services Agency

Medic services are coordinated out of their office on Statesville Road. Their mission is to save a life, to hold a hand, and be prepared to respond in our community when and where our patients need us.