The Raleigh Board of Adjustment is a quasi-judicial body that acts on appeals for variances, special exceptions, and interpretations in the zoning regulations. Its decisions are final but may be subject to court action. The Board consists of eight members: four regular members and two alternate members are appointed to two-year terms by the City Council and must reside within the City limits; one regular member and one alternate are appointed by Wake County Commissioners and must reside within the City's extraterritorial jurisdiction. Established by City Code Section 24-48.
Board of Adjustment public meetings will be broadcast live on RTN 11 and on our live streaming webpage. To watch past meetings, visit our video services page. To learn more about participation in the meeting, please visit the Board of Adjustment page.