Saturday, June 22, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall -- June 24, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall – June 24, 2019

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

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


Monday, 6/24
  • 6pm – Friends of Oberlin Village monthly meeting, Wilson Temple United Methodist Church, 1023 Oberlin Road

  • 7pm – Glenwood CAC, Glen Eden Pilot Park, 1500 Glen Eden Drive, agenda includes 2030 Comprehensive Plan Update

  • 7pm – Midtown CAC, Five Points Center for Active Adults, 2000 Noble Road, agenda includes St. Albans Midtown area plan update

  • 7pm – South Central CAC, Roberts Park Community Center, 1300 E. Martin Street, agenda includes CAC Election process – nominating committee presents names

Tuesday, 6/25
  • 9am – Planning Commission, agenda includes
    • TC-6-18, Cottage Court
    • Avent Ferry Corridor Study and related Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-1-19
    • Z-7-19, near the southeast intersection of Proctor Road and Rock Quarry Road
    • Z-10-19, 1415 & 1419 South Bloodworth Street
    • Z-11-19, 510 Grove Avenue
    • Z-16-19, Fayetteville Street on its west side between W. Martin Street and W. Hargett Street
    • Z-18-19, 1087, 10809, 10813, 10815 Ponderosa Service Road, near the intersection of Falls of the Neuse Road and Capital Boulevard
    • Z-19-18, S. West Street
    • Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-5-19, Ponderosa Service Road
    • Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-6-19, Needham Road
    • Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-7-19, Sumner Blvd
    • Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-8-19, Brier Creek Parkway Street Plan Amendment
    • Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-9-19, DeBoy Street

  • 10am – 3:45pm – Transportation & Climate Change, McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman Street
  • 4 – 7pm – Public Meeting to Discuss Bus Rapid Transit on New Bern Avenue, Martin Street Baptist Church, 1001 E. Martin Street

  • 4 – 7pm – NCDOT meeting on I-440/Glenwood project update, Hilton Garden Inn, 3912 Arrow Drive

  • 4:30pm – Historic Cemeteries Advisory Board Landscape Committee

  • 4:30pm – Public Art and Design Board

  • 5:30pm – Historic Cemeteries Advisory Board

Wednesday, 6/26
  • 8:30am – The Dorothea Dix Park Master Plan Executive Committee

  • 6pm – Historic Resources and Museum Advisory Board

  • 7pm – WakeUp Wake County – TOD on BRT, Clouds Brewing, 126 N. West Street

Thursday, 6/27
  • 4pm – Certificate of Appropriateness Committee, agenda includes
    • COA-0012-2019 – 412 N. East Street
    • COA-0058-2019 – 122 Perquimans Drive

  • 4pm – Planning Commission:  Committee of the Whole

  • 5pm – Housing Authority

  • 6:30 – 8pm – Public Meeting:  Lake Boone Trail sidewalk project, Laurel Hills Community Center, 3803 Edwards Mill Road

  • 6:30 – 8pm – Connect Raleigh:  Community Voices on Gentrification, A.J. Fletcher Theater, 2 E. South Street

Friday, 6/28
  • 5 – 8pm – Healthy Funk Music Fest, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Gardens, 1215 MLK Jr. Blvd.

Sunday, 6/30
  • 6pm – Summer Concert Series:  Capital Transit at Fletcher Park, 820 Clay Street

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Development Services will have limited hours of operation June 26 – July 5

Friday, June 14, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall -- June 17, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall – June 17, 2019

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

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

Saturday, 6/15
  • 8:30am – District D Neighborhood Alliance, Thomas G. Crowder Woodland Center, 5611 Jaguar Park Drive

  • 10am – District E monthly meeting featuring Stormwater Program Manager Wayne Miles, Laurel Hills Community Center, 3808 Edwards Mill Road

Sunday, 6/16
  • 1pm, 2pm, & 3pm – Raleigh Trolley Celebrates LGBTQ Pride Month, Mordecai Historic Park

  • 6pm – Summer Concert Series, Milagro Saints, Fred Fletcher Park, 820 Clay Street

Monday, 6/17
  • 5pm – Bicycle Planning Committee

  • 6pm – Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission, agenda includes
    • Bicycle parking standards
    • FY2020 Work Plan Development
    • Review of Proposed UDO 2-lane cross sections
    • Downtown Transportation Plan

Tuesday, 6/18
  • 7:45am – RHDC, agenda includes
    • Latta House and University Site Master Plan
    • Annual Report and 2019-20 Work Plan
    • Impact of Change in National Register Historic Districts
    • Rezoning case Z-6-19, S. Harrington St., W. Martin St., & W. Davie St., Depot National Register Historic District
    • Rezoning case Z-6-19, Fayetteville St., W. Martin St., & W. Davie St., Fayetteville Street National Register Historic District

  • 11:30am – City Council Work Session, agenda includes
    • 2017 Transportation Bond Update
    • Comprehensive Plan – Street Plan Update

  • 1pm – City Council meeting, agenda includes
    • Z-35-18, Pollock Place
    • TCZ-1-19, 5001 Spring Forest Road
    • TC-1[C]-18, Omnibus List 2019 Processes and Procedures
    • 2030 Comprehensive Plan Update:  CP-2(B)-19 Coordinating Land Use and Transportation
    • On-street parking – Wake Forest Road, Blount Street, Person Street Improvement Phase 1
    • Leesville Road Part B Improvement Project
    • Marsh Creek/Trawick Road Improvement Project
    • John Chavis Memorial Park Improvements Project – Construction Bid Update
    • Brentwood Park Improvements Phase One – 30% Design Status Update
    • Interlocal License Agreement – Brookhaven Park – Wake County Public School System
    • Tax Exempt Bonds – Ravenscroft School
    • Demolition – Property Lien
    • Public Nuisance Abatement – Property Liens
    • Petition Annexation
    • Z-4-19, Freedom Drive
    • Z-36-18, W. Martin Street
    • TC-2-19, Design Adjustments

  • 4pm – Planning Commission Text Change Committee

  • 4pm – Harrington Street Cycletrack Open House, State of Beer, 401a Hillsborough Street

  • 5:30pm – Arts Commission

  • 6:30pm – RPD Face to Face:  8 years of traffic stop data and the Importance of Equity in Police-Community Interactions, Hilton Garden Inn Crabtree, 3912 Arrow Drive

  • 6:30pm – Help shape the future of southeast Raleigh, The Passage Church, 4419 Smithfield Road

  • 7pm – North CAC, Abbott Creek Community Center, 9950 Durant Road, agenda includes
    • Digital Connectors Program
    • Police oversight board
    • Recovery Communities of NC

  • 7pm – West CAC, Thomas G. Crowder Woodland Center, 5611 Jaguar Park Drive, agenda includes
    • Raleigh Digital Connectors Program
    • I-440 Widening and Hillsborough/Blue Ridge Project Update
    • West CAC Board Elections discussion
    • Proposals for community awards
    • Open forum for resident concerns

Wednesday, 6/19
  • 12:30pm – Fair Housing Hearing Board

  • 4pm – CAMPO TAC

  • 6pm – Historical Resources and Museum Advisory Board

  • 7pm – Raleigh Citizens Advisory Council

Thursday, 6/20
  • 9am – Civil Service Commission

  • 11am – Green Stormwater Infrastructure Committee, Professional Building, 127 W. Hargett Street

  • 12pm – Mayor’s Commission for Persons with Disabilities

  • 3pm – Transportation & Transit Committee

  • 4pm – Planning Commission 2030 Comprehensive Plan Update

  • 4:30pm – Appearance Commission

  • 6pm – Parks Rec & Greenway Advisory Board, agenda includes
    • Recreation and Cultural Resources Director Hiring Process
    • Devereux Meadows Update
    • Baileywick Park Master Plan Amendment & Schematic Design Presentation
    • FY20 Work Plan Approval

  • 6:30pm – RPD Face to Face:  8 years of traffic stop data and the Importance of Equity in Police-Community Interactions, Raleigh Convention Center, 500 South Salisbury Street

  • 6:30pm – Help shape the future of southeast Raleigh, The Passage Church, 4419 Smithfield Road

  • 7pm – Atlantic CAC, Green Road Community Center, 4201 Green Road, agenda includes
    • Bonds Educational Presentation
    • Brockton Lake Project Update

Saturday, 6/22
  • 9am – District C Monthly Meeting, The Vital Link, 1214 E. Lenoir Street

Sunday, 6/23
  • 6pm – Raleigh Concert Band at Pullen Park


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Midtown-St. Albans & Six Forks Road Corridor

Two surveys, one on Midtown-St. Albans and one on the Six Forks Road Corridor close on June 24.  Learn more and take the surveys at https://www.raleighnc.gov/business/content/PlanDev/Articles/LongRange/MidtownStAlbans.html

The Neuse River Blueway Plan

The City of Raleigh has kicked off the planning process for Neuse River Blueway Plan and we want to hear from you! The Neuse River Blueway Plan will be a comprehensive vision for conservation and water-based recreation, which will inspire residents and visitors of the Triangle to get outdoors, reconnect with Raleigh’s largest river and explore everything that the Neuse has to offer.

Friday, June 7, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall -- June 10, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall – June 10, 2019

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

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

Saturday, 6/8
  • 9:30am – Latta House & University Site Public Meeting Series, Oberlin Baptist Church, 806 Oberlin Road

  • 10am – Help Shape the Future of Southeast Raleigh, Barwell Community Center, 5858 Barwell Park Drive

  • 10:30am – National Gun Violence Awareness Day, John Chavis Memorial Park – Shelter #2, 505 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

  • 11am – North Central CAC Annual History Walking Tour, Tarboro Road Community Center, 121 N. Tarboro Street

  • 11am – Raleigh Sister Cities “The Queen’s Birthday Party,” Borden Building, Fred Fletcher Park, 820 Clay Street

  • 12n – 7pm – Live & Local Spring Fest 2019, Hillsborough Street

  • 12n – 10pm – Raleigh’s International Food Festival 2019, Raleigh City Plaza

Sunday, 6/9
  • 6pm – Summer Concert Series, Devereux Meadow, Fred Fletcher Park, 820 Clay Street

Monday, 6/10
  • 9am – Board of Adjustment, agenda includes
    • A-24-19, 414 (414) Gorman Street
    • A-25-19: 8713 (8715) Glenwood Avenue
    • A-26-19: 2110 (2112) Capital Boulevard
    • A-27-19: 7708 (7704) Capital Boulevard
    • A-42-19: 5309 Alpine Drive
    • A-51-19: 118 East Park Drive
    • A-53-19: 5733 Sentinel Drive
    • A-57-19: 319 Seawell Avenue
    • A-59-19: 113 and 115 North Rogers Lane
    • A-61-19: 1200 Wake Towne Drive
    • A-63-19: 2401 Stafford Avenue
    • A-68-19: 2200 Atlantic Avenue and 1200 Wicker Drive
    • A-70-19: 5405 Oak Forest Drive and 3900 Sumner Boulevard
    • A-72-19: 3901 Ebenezer Church Road
    • A-52-19: 202 Lincoln Court
    • A-54-19: 203 & 207 Heck Street
    • A-56-19: 431 S. McDowell Street
    • A-58-19: 2730 Wakefield Pines Drive
    • A-60-19: 320 & 324 W. Morgan Street and 301, 309 and 327 Hillsborough Street
    • A-62-19: 1332 Battery Drive
    • A-64-19: 8801 Durant Road
    • A-67-19: 1041 Corporation Parkway
    • A-69-19: 1005, 1009, 1013 & 1017 Glascock Street
    • A-73-19:  2315 Beechridge Road

  • 4pm – Council Budget work session, agenda includes
    • Wakefield Area Plan
    • Other items identified by City Council for question or discussion
    • FY2020 Budget Ordinances and Resolutions

  • 6pm – Public Demonstration of the Permit and Development Portal, Transportation Services, Room 208, 2550 Operations Way

  • 7pm – South CAC, Sanderford Road Neighborhood Center, 2623 Sanderford Road, agenda includes
    • Bus Shelter & Routes
    • Z-12-19, 2224 Sunnybrook Road
    • Z-7-19, 2003 Rock Quarry Road
    • Olde Towne Project Retail portion vote and request to modify the residential portion proposal

  • 7pm – Southwest CAC, Carolina Pines Community Center, 2305 Lake Wheeler Road, agenda includes
    • News from Homeless Shelter and Transitions for Men
    • 2030 Comprehensive Plan update
    • COR FY20 Budget
    • Updates from City Councilor Kay Crowder
    • CAC Officers election – VOTE

Tuesday, 6/11
  • 9am – Planning Commission

  • 12n – Convention Center Commission

  • 4pm – Council work session, agenda includes
    • Social Equity
    • Economic Development & Small Business
    • Raleigh Citizens Advisory Council – Communications Support

  • 4pm – Arts Commission Executive Committee

  • 6pm – Bicycle Planning Committee

  • 7pm – Forestville CAC, Abbotts Creek Community Center, 9950 Durant Road, agenda includes
    • Digital Connectors Program
    • Z-13-19, 8211 Property & 8225 Louisburg Road – VOTE
    • CAC Elections

  • 7pm – North Central CAC, Tarboro Road Community Center, 121 N. Tarboro Road, agenda includes
    • Digital Connectors Recruitment
    • CAC Elections – nominating committee report
    • 2030 Comprehensive Plan update
    • Historical Walking Tour update

  • 7pm – Northwest CAC, Lake Lynn Community Center, 7921 Ray Road, agenda includes
    • Educational Presentation COR Bonds
    • Raleigh Sewer Maintenance presentation
    • Blue Ridge Road Improvement Project
    • Lake Boone Trail Improvement Project
    • CPR Demonstration
    • Change on precinct 7-12 voting location from York Elementary School to Unity of the Triangle Church on Munford Road in Raleigh
    • Update on CAC Leadership Committee

Wednesday, 6/12
  • 7:30am – RHDC Executive Committee

  • 12n – Substance Abuse Advisory Commission

  • 4pm – Growth & Natural Resources Committee, agenda includes
    • Z-3-19, Harrington Street and Peace Street
    • Z-25-18, 4315 Lead Mine Road
    • Z-36-18, West Martin Street

  • 5:30pm – Midtown Raleigh Alliance Small Area Plan Presentation, HH Architecture, 1100 Dresser Court

  • 6pm – Public Demonstration of the Permit and Development Portal

  • 6pm – Public Meeting:  Poole Road Improvement Project, Barwell Road Community Center, 5857 Barwell Park Drive

Thursday, 6/13
  • 12n – Blue Ridge Corridor Alliance, 4101 Lake Boone Trail, #300

  • 1pm – Pedestrian Planning Committee

  • 3pm – Making Better Floodplain Regulations, Thomas G. Crowder Woodland Center, 5611 Jaguar Park Drive

  • 3:30pm – Raleigh Transit Authority

  • 5pm – Environmental Advisory Board

  • 6pm – Community Outreach Committee

  • 6pm – Human Relations Commission

  • 6:30pm – RPD Face to Face:  8 years of traffic stop data, McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman Street

  • 7pm – Northeast CAC, Marsh Creek Park, 3050 New Hope Road, agenda includes
    • Comprehensive Plan amendment CP-4-19, Oak Forest Drive & Triangle Town Blvd
    • Seeking those interested in Chair and 2nd Vice Chair positions

  • 7pm – Southeast CAC, Worthdale Community Center, 1001 Cooper Road, agenda includes
    • Code Compliance Update, Solid Waste Services
    • Rezoning Request – Olde Towne Project
    • Jobs for Life
    • 2019 Community Celebration Update

Saturday, 6/15
  • 9am – District C monthly meeting

  • 10am – District E monthly meeting featuring Stormwater Program Manager Wayne Miles, Laurel Hills Community Center, 3808 Edwards Mill Road

Sunday, 6/16
  • 1pm, 2pm, & 3pm – Raleigh Trolley Celebrates LGBTQ Pride Month, Mordecai Historic Park

  • 6pm – Summer Concert Series, Milagro Saints, Fred Fletcher Park, 820 Clay Street

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Two surveys, one on Midtown-St. Albans and one on the Six Forks Road Corridor close on June 24.  Learn more and take the surveys at https://www.raleighnc.gov/business/content/PlanDev/Articles/LongRange/MidtownStAlbans.html