Saturday, April 13, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall -- April 15, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall – April 15 2019

Community SCALE wants you to be aware of what’s happened/what’s coming up at City Hall each week.  

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This is only a partial listing.  Go to to find links to latest meeting agendas and materials and also for updates on meeting cancellations.

All meetings at Raleigh Municipal Building, 222 West Hargett Street, unless otherwise noted.  

Public Input is now open for the Latta House & University Site

The Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resources' public input process kicks off with general input, which will inform the next steps of the plan development. The Project Team and Citizen Planning Committee will then work on developing three design alternatives, which will be released for public input in June.

Online general input will be gathered from April 1st to April 29th.

Please visit to participate in the planning process online.

Monday, 4/15
  • 1pm – Bicycle Planning Committee

  • 6pm – Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission, agenda includes
    • Bicycle Parking Standards
    • Navajo Drive Sidewalk Project

Tuesday, 4/16
  • 7:45am – Raleigh Historic Development Commission, Urban Design Center, Suite 100 of One Exchange Plaza Building, agenda includes
    • Proposed Slate of Officers – Nominations Committee
    • Z-6-19, S. Harrington Street, W. Martin Street, & W. Davie Street; Depot National Register Historic District
    • Annual Retreat
    • Lustron House (vote requested)
    • Historic Preservation Toolkit (vote requested)
    • Demolition by neglect cases – 410 Kinsey Street & 418 Cutler Street
    • Preservation NC 2019 Annual Conference
    • Housing Violation Cases
    • Historic Preservation Act of 2019

  • 11:30am – City Council work session, agenda includes
    • Annexation and ETJ in Raleigh and Wake County
    • New Bern Bus Rapid Transit, Transit Oriented Development Framework, and WSP Contract

  • 1pm – City Council meeting, agenda includes
    • Z-36-18, W. Martin Street at the southeast corner of the intersection with Commerce Place
    • Z-5-19, 8825 Glenwood Avenue
    • Dorothea Dix Park:  Early surrender of Lease Back Property
    • Brentwood Estates Sewer Improvements Project
    • Demographic Dashboard
    • Oberlin Road Streetscape Project Update
    • Annexation Petition – 5805 Trinity Road
    • Text Change Update – Omnibus and Staff Ideas Lists:  “Regulations” and “Ideas”

  • 4pm – Text Change Committee

  • 5:30pm – Arts Commission

  • 6pm – Let’s Re-Imagine Capital Boulevard, Body of Christ Church, 4501 Spring Forest Road

  • 7pm – North CAC, Abbott Creek Community Center, 9950 Durant Road, agenda includes
    • Wakefield Trail repaving project
    • North CAC boundary and size discussions
    • Vote on spending North CAC awareness funds

  • 7pm – West CAC, Thomas G. Crowder Woodland Center, 5611 Jaguar Park Drive, agenda includes
    • Play it forward Raleigh
    • Wake County EMS Hands-only CPR
    • Z-11-19 – 510 Grove Avenue
    • Discuss proposals for scheduled West CAC board elections
    • Discuss proposals for usage of West CAC funds

Wednesday, 4/17
  • 4pm – CAMPO TAC

  • 6pm – Historical Resources and Museum Advisory Board

  • 7pm – Raleigh Citizens Advisory Council

Thursday, 4/18
  • 8am – 16th Annual Fair Housing Community Conference, McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman Street

  • 9:30am – Civil Service Commission

  • 12n – Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities

  • 4:30pm – Appearance Commission

  • 6pm – Parks Rec & Greenway Advisory Board, agenda includes City of Oaks Foundation Annual Work Plan

  • 7pm – Atlantic CAC, Green Road Community Center, 4201 Green Road, agenda includes
    • Update on Midtown-St. Albans Plan
    • New Hope Church Road Widening Project
    • CAC funds usage
    • Nominations Committee (vote in May)

  • 7pm—Raleigh History Month Director’s Talk:  Behind the Scenes of From Plantation to Park:  The Story of Dix, City of Raleigh Museum, 220 Fayetteville Street

Friday, 4/19 – City Holiday

Saturday, 4/20
  • 10am – Raleigh History Month – A Community’s Legacy:  African American History Walking Tour, City of Raleigh Museum, 220 Fayetteville Street

  • 10am – Charity Easter Egg Hunt at Joslin Garden, 2431 West Lake Drive

  • 12n – Raleigh History Month – A Community’s Legacy:  African American History Walking Tour, City of Raleigh Museum, 220 Fayetteville Street

  • 1pm – Second Open Garden Day at Joslin Garden, 2431 West Lake Drive