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News You Can Use

Take Action!

City Calendar

  • The meetings listed below appear on the City’s Events Calendar at
  • Virtual meetings are broadcast live on RTN11, on the City’s website  or at the City’s Youtube channel
  • To participate in some meetings, you must sign up in advance.
  • Check for latest calendar updates, agendas, and information on participating in virtual meetings.

Monday, November 9

  • 1pm — Board of Adjustment,  watch via City of Raleigh website streaming, City of Raleigh YouTube channel; or Channel RTN-11, agenda includes
    • BOA-0053-2020: 4000 Sumner Blvd
    • BOA-0058-2020: 815 Capital Blvd and 2920 Glenridge Dr.
    • A-28-20: 8080 Arco Corporate Dr.
    • BOA-0054-2020: 1202 S. Bloodworth Street
    • BOA-0055-2020: 7224 Madeira Court
  • 4pm — Greenway and Urban Trees Committee
  • 7pm — Southwest Raleigh Community Engagement via Zoom and also broadcast on Facebook, agenda includes
    • Police report
    • Inspections Report
    • Carolina Pines Art
    • Dorothea Dix Plans and Project Update
    • Community Comments on Downtwon South
    • Council Update from District D Councilor Stormie Forte
    • Open Comments and Questions

Tuesday, November 10

  • 9am — Planning Commission, watch via City of Raleigh website streaming, City of Raleigh YouTube channel; or Channel RTN-11, Agenda includes
    • Rezoning Z-45-20 Buffaloe and New Hope, located in the southeast quadrant of the titular streets (District B) – Defer
    • Text Change: TC-14-20 Community Gardens with On-Site Sales – Refer to Text Change Committee
    • Rezoning Z-4-20; 1701 Trailwood Drive located about a mile northeast of the intersection of I-40 and Gorman Street (District D)
    • Rezoning Z-21-20 Morgan and Boylan, southeast quadrant of their intersection (District D)
    • Rezoning Z-31-20 Woodlawn Drive, at the northwest and northeast corners of its intersection with Brookvalley Drive (District B)
    • Rezoning Z-26-20: 1100 Corporate Center Drive, approximately 0.5 miles west of the intersection of Trinity Road and Edwards Mill Road (District D)
    • Rezoning Z-35-20 Wade Avenue, south side between its intersections with Gardner Street and Canterbury Road (District D)
    • Rezoning Z-36-20: 2201 Edwards Mill Road, approximately 0.4 miles northeast of the Edwards Mill Road/I-40 West/Wade Avenue interchange. (District D)
    • Rezoning Z-38-20: 309 & 311 N Tarboro Street approximately a quarter mile north of its intersection with New Bern Avenue (District C)
    • Rezoning Z-41-20: 7650, 7630 ACC Blvd, approximately 400 feet west of its intersection with Alexander Town Blvd (District E)
    • Z-42-20 Cameron Street on the north side, located approximately a quarter-mile east of the intersection of Oberlin Road and Cameron Street (District D)
  • 12n — Raleigh Convention and Performing Arts Centers Authority Meeting, for information on public participation, contact Ashley Pekrul at 919-996-8504.
  • 4pm — City Council Work Session, watch via City of Raleigh website streaming, City of Raleigh YouTube channel; or Channel RTN-11, agenda includes
    • Raleigh Police Department – Report from External Consultants
    • Stormwater Program Vision and Update
  • 4pm — Arts Commission Executive Committee, more info
  • 7pm — Five Points CAC via Zoom, agenda includes
    • Introductions by new co-chairs Edie Jeffreys and Lucy Laffittee
    • Police Report
    • Z-13-20 (Downtown South)
    • Discussion of Current Development Activity in the Five Points Area
      • Z-22-20 — Whitaker Mill Road and Wake Forest Road intersection East End Market PD
      • ASR-0009-2020 — Fifth Third Bank at Five Points/1641 Glenwood Avenue
      • ASR-0039-2020 — Oaks at Mayview Welcome Center, 513 E. Whitaker Mill Road
      • ASR-0063-2020 — 1428 Gavin Street
      • SR-22-19 — Bowstring Bar
      • AAD-19-20 — Raleigh Iron Works
      • Possible guest speaker
      • What’s in a Name?
      • Future meeting schedule








Thursday, November 12


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