Friday, September 6, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall -- September 9, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall – September 9, 2019

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

Saturday, 9/7
  • 11am – Touch-a-Truck at Sanderford Road, 2623 Sanderford Road

Monday, 9/9
  • 1pm – Board of Adjustment, agenda includes
    • A-78-19:  3514 Wade Avenue – DEFERRED  
    • A-81-19: 2908 Garner Road
    • A-91-19: 1316 Blount Street
    • A-97-19: 5709, 5712 and 5716 Norcrest Street
    • A-98-19: 11132 Bayberry Hills Drive
    • A-111-19: 407 & 409 W. Lenoir Street and 603 & 607 S. West Street
    • A-112-19: 407 & 409 W. Lenoir Street and 603 & 607 S. West Street
    • A-120-19: 215 S. McDowell Street
    • A-121-19: 215 S. McDowell Street
    • BOA-0001-2019: 4008 & 4012 Virginia Street
    • BOA-0002-2019: 2315 & 2318 Grant Avenue and 0/1335 Chester Road (PINS 1704067938 and 1704077038) – DEFERRED 
    • A-123-19: 320 Hudson Street
    • A-124-19: 2706 Wilson Lane
    • A-125-19: 1517 Battery Drive
    • A-128-19: 9950 and 10050 Durant Road
    • A-129-19: 9950 and 10050 Durant Road
    • BOA-0013-2019: 3116 Tryon Road
    • A-130-19: 3116 Tryon Road
    • A-131-19: 330 and 331 Gideon Creek Way
    • A-132-19:  9570 Brier Creek Parkway

  • 4pm – Greenways and Urban Trees Committee

  • 7pm – South CAC, Sanderford Road Neighborhood Center, 2623 Sanderford Road, agenda includes
    • Proposed Project – Haven Developers – Multifamily project at 3708 Rock Quarry Road
    • Bicycle and Pedestrian Program

  • 7pm – Southwest CAC, Carolina Pines Community Center, 2305 Lake Wheeler Road, agenda includes
    • News from Homeless Shelter and Transitions for Men
    • Community Discussion on Twelve Story apartment building South Saunders & Maywood, Planned Development at South Saunders & Dawson, Raleigh South project, Tryon Road project status, Carolina Pines Avenue project status, Development at east end of Carolina Pines Avenue, Inter-Faith Food Shuttle, etc.

Tuesday, 9/10
  • 8am – Planning Commission Transportation Committee, agenda includes transit-oriented development zoning in Charlotte

  • 9am – Planning Commission, agenda includes
    • Z-6-19 Davie, Harrington, Martin, and West, in the block bounded by Davie Street, Harrington Street, Martin Street, and West Street
    • Rezoning Z-18-19: 10807, 10809, 10813, 10815 Ponderosa Service Road, near the intersection of Falls of the Neuse Road and Capital Boulevard.
    • TC-8-19: Mechanical and Plumbing Examining Boards and Housing Appeals Board
    • Z-23-19; 13055 & 13051 STRICKLAND ROAD (Northwest CAC)

  • 12n – Convention Center Commission

  • 4pm – Raleigh City Council Work Session, agenda includes
    • Dorothea Dix Park Conservancy:  Memorandum of Understanding #2
    • Dix Edge Study

  • 4pm – Arts Commission Executive Committee

  • 6pm – Bicycle Planning Committee

  • 6pm – Affordable Housing and Community Development, Sertoma Arts Center, 1400 W. Millbrook Road

  • 7pm – Forestville CAC, Abbotts Creek Community Center, 9950 Durant Road, agenda includes
    • Land Development presentation
    • RCAC Neighborhood Recognition Awards nominations
    • Two officer vacancies

  • 7pm – North Central CAC, Tarboro Road Community Center, 121 N. Tarboro Street, agenda includes
    • Rezoning Z-17-19 (506, 508, 0 Capital Blvd) – CAC vote
    • Rezoning Z-26-19 (102 Tarboro Road) – presentation
    • Neighborhood Recognition Awards – Vote
    • National Night Out 2019 recap

  • 7pm – Northwest CAC, Pine Hollow Middle School, 5365 Bartram Place (NEW LOCATION), agenda includes
    • Pleasant Valley Road Improvement Project
    • NW CAC Community Outreach at Walmart Report
    • Rezoning presentation on 4915 Lead Mine Road
    • Rezoning presentation on Z-23-19 (13055 & 13051 Strickland Road)

  • 7:30pm – Mordecai CAC, Mordecai Historic Park Visitor Center, 1101 Wake Forest Road, agenda includes
    • Neighborhood Recognition Award Recipient selection
    • Community conversation/neighborhood mingle

Wednesday, 9/11
  • 7:30am – RHDC Executive Committee

  • 12n – Substance Abuse Advisory Commission

  • 4pm – Growth and Natural Resources Committee

  • 7pm – Five Points CAC, Five Points Active Adult Center, 2000 Noble Road, agenda includes
  • City of Raleigh Public Utilities Department (Capital Improvements Projects Division) informing about individualized asset management regarding current/upcoming projects such as Utility capacity necessary to accommodate the City’s future growth, including the expansion of systems as well as the rebuilding and enhancement of systems in older parts of the City, Address insufficiencies in water and sewer lines, 3.4 miles of water main and 3.3 mile of sewer main replacement, Crabtree Basin Sewer Main Improvements, Big Branch Sewer Main Improvements
  • City of Raleigh Public Utilities Department update on sewer work around Hodges St.
  • Masonic Lodge Discussion:

Thursday, 9/12
  • 1pm – BPAC Pedestrian Planning Committee

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

  • 5pm – Environmental Advisory Board

  • 6pm – BPAC Community Outreach Committee

  • 6pm – Human Relations Commission

  • 6pm – Affordable Housing and Community Development, Jaycee Community Center, 2405 Wade Avenue

  • 7pm – Learn about Flooding and Hurricane Safety, NC Museum of Natural Sciences, 11 West Jones Street

  • 7pm – Northeast CAC, Marsh Creek Park, 3050 New Hope Road, agenda includes
    • Rezoning Z-24-19 (Raleigh Beach Road) and corresponding Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CP-8-18)
    • CP-6-19 – Blue Run Lane Comprehensive Plan Amendment
    • Update on NE zoning cases
    • Neighborhood Recognition Award Nominee Vote
    • NECAC budget presentation and vote

  • 7pm – Southeast CAC, Barwell Road Community Center, 5857 Barwell Park Drive, agenda includes
    • Solid Waste Services Code Compliance Update
    • Public Utilities Department on “Homeowner Responsibility” and Walnut Creek Pump Station Odor Control Project
    • RCAC Neighborhood Recognition Awards Vote
    • RCAC Update
    • Neighborhood Report

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


Residential Infill Development Study Survey

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Deadline is September 30.


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.
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Hopscotch Festival

Thursday, 9/5 – Saturday, 9/7

City Plaza & Red Hat Amphitheater


16th Annual Raleigh Neighborhood Exchange Registration Open

Saturday, 9/21

Space is limited to 200 registrants


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 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.