Saturday, September 21, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall -- September 23, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall – September 23, 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.

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Try Transit Week is September 23 – 27
  • 9/23 – Youth and Seniors will receive a token of appreciation
  • 9/25 – Free ride day on any GoRaleigh route
  • 9/27 – Transit Employee Appreciation Day

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Residential Infill Development Study Survey

Take the survey at http://publicinput.com/infill

Deadline is September 30.

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Consolidated Plan Survey

Please take 5 to 10 minutes to complete our survey. Your feedback will influence how your federal and local funds are spent in our community. Help us shape the 2021-2025 Consolidated Plan by sharing feedback on programs used to address housing and community development needs in Raleigh:



The Consolidated Plan outlines goals and strategies for housing and community development needs and identifies strategies, resources, and networks the community has developed to address those needs. The Consolidated Plan covers the period of July 1, 2020-June 30, 2025.

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Share your opinion about bicycling in your community!

The City of Raleigh recently reapplied to renew our Bicycle Friendly Community status with the League of American Bicyclists.
Please take a minute to complete this brief survey and help us gain a better understanding of your cycling experiences in Raleigh.
You can access the survey here or by pasting into your browser:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/app_BFC_FA19

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CAPER Draft Available for Comment
How has the Community Development Division spent federal money for housing and community development in the past year? How many affordable apartments and houses did the City of Raleigh sponsor or develop? How many low-income houses were rehabilitated? How did the Community Development Division aid organizations working with the homeless?
The Community Development Division is partially federally funded. The Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is a report to the Federal Government (US Dept of Housing and Urban Development) that shows the areas in which this money has been spent and the demographic breakdown of people who benefited from Community Development programs.
The CAPER Draft for the past fiscal year (July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019) is on the Housing and Neighborhoods page for the public to review. You can send us comments about the CAPER Draft to cd.info@Raleighnc.gov until September 20th. A summary of the CAPER draft is also available

Comments will be addressed in the final updated CAPER that will also be posted on the Housing and Neighborhoods page in late September. You may request a paper copy by calling (919) 996-4330.

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Monday, 9/23
  • 6pm – Friends of Oberlin Village monthly meeting, Wilson Temple United Methodist Church, 1023 Oberlin Road

  • 7pm – Glenwood CAC, Laurel Hills Park (New Location), 3808 Edwards Mill Road, agenda includes Grubb Ventures:  Proposed Text Change/Zoning, 3800 Glenwood Avenue

  • 7pm – Midtown CAC, Five Points Center for Active Adults, 2000 Noble Road, agenda includes Presentation of the Midtown St. Albans Area Plan recommendations

  • 7pm – South Central CAC, Roberts Park Community Center, 1300 E. Martin Street, agenda includes Proposed protected bike lane on State Street

Tuesday, 9/24
  • 9am – Planning Commission, agenda includes
    • Report of Planning Commission Transportation Committee
    • Z-23-19, 13055 & 13051 Strickland Road
    • CP-10-19, Falls of Neuse Parkway
    • Z-26-19, N. Tarboro Street
    • TC-11-19, Shopping Centers
    • TC-12-19, Unsafe Building Code

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

  • 4:30pm – Public Art and Design Board

  • 5:30pm – Historic Cemeteries Advisory Board

  • 7pm – Hillsborough-Wade CAC, Jaycee Community Center, 2405 Wade Avenue, agenda includes
    • City tree pruning policies
    • Update on Dorothea Dix Park
    • Update on the Hillsborough Street Community Service Corporation

Wednesday, 9/25
  • 8:30am – Dorothea Dix Park Master Plan Executive Committee

  • 4pm – Growth & Natural Resources Committee, agenda includes
    • TCZ-1-19, 5001 Spring Forest Road
    • 2030 Comprehensive Plan Update:  CP-2[C]-19 – Economic Prosperity and Equity/Expanding Housing Choices
    • Nutrient Loading/Banks/Discharge Levels

  • 6pm – Historic Resources and Museum Advisory Board

Thursday, 9/26
  • 8:15 – 10am – Ask a Planner re 2030 Comprehensive Plan Update

  • 11:30am – 1:30pm – Ask a Planner re 2030 Comprehensive Plan Update

  • 4pm – Planning Commission:  Committee of the Whole

  • 4pm – Certificate of Appropriateness Committee, agenda includes
    • COA-0108-2019 – 404 E. Lane Street
    • COA-0077-2019 – 518 Elm Street
    • COA-0081-2019 – 216 E. Lenoir Street
    • COA-0089-2019 – 218 N. East Street
    • COA-0091-2019 – Blount Street Historic District & Oakwood Historic District
    • COA-0092-2019 – 213 E. Cabarrus Street
    • COA-0093-2019 – 330 E. Davie Street

  • 5pm – Housing Authority

Friday, 9/27
  • 10am – 6pm – City Transportation & Construction Job Fair, 2550 Operations Way

Saturday, 9/28
  • 9am – 6pm – Raleigh Youth Summit, McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman Street

Saturday, September 14, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall -- September 16, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall – September 16, 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, 9/14
  • 10am – Raleigh Sister Cities Bike Ride, Mordecai Historic House Visitor Center, 1101 Wake Forest Road

  • 10am –City of Oaks PirateFest

  • 7:30pm – Pirates of the Caribbean, Dix Park

Sunday, 9/15
  • 3pm – Raleigh Sister Cities Youth Council Meeting, Mordecai Historic House Visitor Center, 1101 Wake Forest Road

Monday, 9/16
  • 5pm – Bicycle Planning Committee

  • 7pm – East CAC, Lions Park Community Center, 516 Dennis Avenue, agenda includes
    • Rebuilding Together of The Triangle 
    • Update on Capital Blvd Corridor and upcoming workshops 
    • Raleigh Neighborhood Recognition Award - Additional Nominations and Vote

Tuesday, 9/17
  • 7:45am – Raleigh Historic Development Commission, agenda includes
    • Recombination – 809 Brooklyn Street
    • National Register Nominations – Saint Ambrose Episcopal Church
    • National Register Nominations – Oakwood Cemetery
    • Preservation NC Symposium
    • Recognition for Steve Schuster

  • 11:30am – City Council Work Session, agenda includes Dorothea Dix Park: Projects, Plans and Studies 

  • 1pm – City Council Meeting, agenda includes
  • Text Change TC-8-19: Mechanical and Plumbing Examining Boards and Housing Appeals Board
  • Rezoning Z-6-19: Davie, Harrington, Martin, and West, in the block bounded by Davie, Harrington, Martin, and West Streets
  • Rezoning Z-18-19: 10807, 10809, 10813, 10815 Ponderosa Service Road (North CAC)
  • Rezoning Z-16-19: Fayetteville Street, on its west side, between W. Martin Street and W. Hargett Street (Central CAC)
  • Avent Ferry Corridor Study
  • Affordable Housing Bond Referendum Advocacy
  • GoRaleigh Fare Free on Election Day
  • Capital Boulevard North Corridor Study: "Design Directions" Project Phase
  • Hillsborough Parking District
  • Banking Services Selection
  • Demolition Of Unfit Building
  • Public Nuisance Abatement - Property Liens
  • Petition Annexation
  • Rezoning Z-25-18: 4315 Lead Mine Road, west side, at its intersection with North Hills Drive (Northwest CAC)
  • Rezoning Z-19-19: 200, 206 & 210 S West Street, adjacent to Raleigh Union Station bounded by Hargett, West, and Martin Streets, two blocks directly west of Nash Square
  • Zoning Conditions TCZ -1-19: 5001 Spring Forest Road
  • Zoning Conditions Case TCZ-2-19: 4501 Duraleigh Road - Revision to Conditions of Rezoning Z-40-01
  • Text Change TC-4-19: Erosion and Sedimentation Control - Prior Plan Approval
  • Report and Recommendation of the Growth and Natural Resources Committee – review of building height standards

  • 3pm – Residential Infill Development Open House, Jaycee Community Center, 2405 Wade Avenue

  • 4pm – Planning Commission Text Change Committee

  • 5:30pm – Arts Commission

  • 6pm – Help Us Update the Stormwater Design Manual, Walnut Creek Wetland Park, 950 Peterson Street

  • 7pm – North CAC, Abbott Creek Community Center, 9950 Durant Road, agenda includes
    • Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-7-19, Sumner Boulevard
    • CAC funds
    • Rezoning Z-15-16, Falls of Neuse Road and Raven Ridge Road
    • Neighborhood Recognition Awards nominations

  • 7pm – West CAC, Thomas G. Crowder Woodland Center, 5611 Jaguar Park Drive, agenda includes
    • Tree Removal at Pullen Park – update
    • Planning Commission update for 510 Grove Street (Z-11-19)
    • Public Utilities:  Asset Management Presentation
    • Choosing Plants for the Urban Environment
    • Open Forum for Resident Concerns

Wednesday, 9/18
  • 10am – Triangle Mobility Action Partnership (Tri-MAP) Forum, RTP Headquarters, 12 Davis Drive

  • 12:30pm – Fair Housing Hearing Board

  • 4pm – CAMPO TAC

  • 6pm – Historical Resources and Museum Advisory Board

  • 6pm – Help Us Update the Stormwater Design Manual, Thomas G. Crowder Woodland Center, 5611 Jaguar Park Drive

  • 7pm – Raleigh Citizens Advisory Council

Thursday, 9/19
  • 9am – Civil Service Commission

  • 9am – Planning Commission Strategic Planning Committee

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

  • 3:30pm – Raleigh Transit Authority

  • 4:30pm – Appearance Commission

  • 6pm – Parks, Rec, & Greenway Advisory Board

  • 7pm – Atlantic CAC, Green Road Community Center, 4201 Green Road, agenda includes
    • Capital Boulevard North Corridor Study
    • Midtown/St. Albans Area Plan
    • Capital Plaza Hotel on Capital Boulevard
    • 2920 Glenridge Drive

Friday, 9/20
  • 3pm – Pathways to Public Service, Raleigh Pathways Center, 900 S. Wilmington Street

Saturday, 9/21
  • 8am – 16th Annual Raleigh Neighborhood Exchange, McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman Street



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Residential Infill Development Study Survey

Take the survey at http://publicinput.com/infill

Deadline is September 30.

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Consolidated Plan Survey

Please take 5 to 10 minutes to complete our survey. Your feedback will influence how your federal and local funds are spent in our community. Help us shape the 2021-2025 Consolidated Plan by sharing feedback on programs used to address housing and community development needs in Raleigh:



The Consolidated Plan outlines goals and strategies for housing and community development needs and identifies strategies, resources, and networks the community has developed to address those needs. The Consolidated Plan covers the period of July 1, 2020-June 30, 2025.

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Share your opinion about bicycling in your community!

The City of Raleigh recently reapplied to renew our Bicycle Friendly Community status with the League of American Bicyclists.
Please take a minute to complete this brief survey and help us gain a better understanding of your cycling experiences in Raleigh.
You can access the survey here or by pasting into your browser:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/app_BFC_FA19

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16th Annual Raleigh Neighborhood Exchange Registration Open

Saturday, 9/21

Space is limited to 200 registrants


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CAPER Draft Available for Comment
How has the Community Development Division spent federal money for housing and community development in the past year? How many affordable apartments and houses did the City of Raleigh sponsor or develop? How many low-income houses were rehabilitated? How did the Community Development Division aid organizations working with the homeless?
The Community Development Division is partially federally funded. The Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) is a report to the Federal Government (US Dept of Housing and Urban Development) that shows the areas in which this money has been spent and the demographic breakdown of people who benefited from Community Development programs.
The CAPER Draft for the past fiscal year (July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019) is on the Housing and Neighborhoods page for the public to review. You can send us comments about the CAPER Draft to cd.info@Raleighnc.gov until September 20th. A summary of the CAPER draft is also available

Comments will be addressed in the final updated CAPER that will also be posted on the Housing and Neighborhoods page in late September. You may request a paper copy by calling (919) 996-4330.

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