Friday, October 4, 2019

This Week/Next Week at City Hall – October 7, 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.


Election Day – Tuesday, October 8

6:30am – 7:30pm


Be sure to read to the end for links to several surveys 


Saturday, 10/5
  • 2 – 6pm – Raleigh Tamale Festival, Dix Park Flowers Field, 2105 Umstead Drive

Monday, 10/7
  • 7pm – Central CAC, Top Greene Community Center, 401 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., agenda includes
    • Utilities asset management
    • John Chavis Memorial Park Improvements – update
    • Rezoning case Z-14-2019 (1208 S. Blount Street)

Tuesday, 10/8
  • 6:30am – 7:30pm – Raleigh & Cary Municipal Elections

  • 8am – Planning Commission Transportation Committee

  • 9am – Planning Commission

  • 12n – Convention Center Commission

  • 12n – Impact Partner Grant Info Session, Conference Room 109, One Exchange Plaza

  • 4pm – Arts Commission Executive Committee

  • 6pm – Bicycle Planning Committee

  • 6pm – Bonding:  What & Why, Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, 800 South Salisbury Street

  • 7pm – Forestville CAC, Abbotts Creek Community Center, 9950 Durant Road, agenda includes
    • City Planning presentation
    • Bus Rapid Transit information
    • City of Raleigh Open Data Website
    • RCAC Neighborhood Recognition Awards nominations
    • Two officer vacancies

  • 7:30pm – Mordecai CAC, Mordecai Historic Park Visitor Center, 1101 Wake Forest Road, agenda includes ADU pros & cons for Mordecai

Wednesday, 10/9
  • 7:30am – RHDC Executive Committee

  • 12n – Substance Abuse Advisory Commission

  • 4pm – Raleigh City Council Work Session

  • 7pm – Northwest CAC, Pine Hollow Middle School, 5365 Bartram Place (NOTE NEW DAY AND LOCATION), agenda includes
    • Text change (frontage zoning condition) for UNC Rex outpatient cancer center on Blue Ridge Road
    • Rezoning presentation and vote on Z-28-19 (4915 Lead Mine Road)
    • Rezoning presentation and vote on Z-23-19 (13055 & 13051 Strickland Road)

Thursday, 10/10
  • 11:30am – Raleigh Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities Annual Awards Banquet, McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman Street

  • 1pm – Pedestrian Planning Committee

  • 3:30pm – Raleigh Transit Authority

  • 6pm – Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission Community Outreach Committee, Transfer Company Work Hall, 500 E. Davie Street, Suite 140

  • 6pm – Human Relations Commission

  • 6:30pm – Raleigh Sister Cities German Unity Day Film Night

  • 7pm – Connect Raleigh:  Know your water, NC Museum of Natural Sciences, 11 W. Jones Street

  • 7pm – Northeast CAC, Marsh Creek Park, 3050 New Hope Road, agenda includes
    • Z-30-19 Vote (5520, 5600, 5604, 5606, 5608 Louisburg Road and 5521 Kyles Drive)
    • Z-31-19 (5228 Needham Road), request to rezone from R-4 to R-10 (Townhomes)
    • Seeking a volunteer to organize NECAC Social
    • Eric Dixon – Response Team

  • 7pm – Southeast CAC, Worthdale Community Center, 1001 Cooper Road, agenda includes
    • Solid Waste Services Code Compliance Update
    • TCZ-4-2019 for Olde Towne Residential project
    • Rezoning Request Z-29-19 (Senior multifamily development at the intersection of Rock Quarry Road and Pearl Road)
    • RCAC Neighborhood Recognition Awards Selection
    • RCAC Update
    • Neighborhood Report

Saturday, 10/12

  • 11am – 5pm – Raleigh Roots History Festival, Moore Square, 200 South Blount Street


Midtown-St. Albans Area Plan Survey

Take our survey that asks you to help prioritize public investments in transportation, stormwater, housing, a new waterfront park, and more! Also, weigh in on land use strategies that consider housing and employment options in key areas.


Stormwater Design Manual

Did you miss our meetings in September about the updates we're making to the stormwater design manual?

There's still time to share your input through this short survey.

The survey closes Oct. 16.
Our goal is to add more detailed information to the manual that makes it easier to meet development requirements and protect the environment. We'd like to know about your experience with:
  • Completing construction on your property;
  • Development impacts in your neighborhood; and,
  • Using the manual.
Contact us at 919-996-3773 or


Community Engagement Process Development

City of Raleigh Community Engagement Process Development (CEPD) project is studying best practices for conducting outreach to create a standard process for community outreach and engagement in City Planning projects.
We would love to hear your thoughts about your experience with our past community engagement efforts. Watch our video and consider taking our short Community Preference Survey which is now open.


Capital Blvd. North Community Assets Survey
Deadline is October 21


2021-2025 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.