Current Engagement Opportunities

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Arts

Plaza & Play Public Art at Dorothea Dix Park:

The Plaza & Play is on southern edge of the park and will become the main entrance to Dix Park along Lake Wheeler Road.

Community

Historic Place Raleigh LGBTQIA+ Community:

The Raleigh Historic Development Commission (RHDC) is preparing a historic context report to identify places important to LGBTQIA+ culture in Raleigh.

Black History and Heritage:

1945-1975: The Raleigh Historic Development Commission (RHDC) is preparing a report that will identify places important to Black history and heritage between 1945-1975 in Raleigh.

Government

None at this time. 

Housing

None at this time. 

Parks

Latta University Historic Park:

Located in the historic Oberlin Neighborhood, this two-acre site was home to the Reverend M.L. Latta House and University and is now being developed as a park.

Devereux Meadow Park Renaming:

Raleigh Parks invites you to participate in the naming of a future city park.

Glen Eden Park Playground Design:

We're looking for input on preliminary concepts. Glen Eden Park is renovating the playground for 2-5 and 5-12 year-olds.

Planning

Community Connectors

The Community Connectors pilot program hires residents who have trusted voices within their neighborhood to help expand the reach of Raleigh’s engagement efforts.

Chavis-Dix Strollway Public Input:

Help us plan for a walkway that will connect these important places – South Park Historic District, Chavis Park, and Dix Park.

Station Area Planning, New Bern:

Creating transit-friendly neighborhoods for all.

Comprehensive Plan Amendments Engagement Portal:

Through the Comprehensive Plan Amendments Engagement Portal, you can provide your comments about changes to the 2030 Comprehensive Plan that are currently under review.​ You can also leave your questions and comments for Planning and Development staff.

Text Change Engagement Portal:

Through the Text Change Engagement Portal, you can provide your comments about text changes currently open for review.​ You can also leave your text change questions for Planning and Development staff.

Rezoning Engagement Portal:

Through the Rezoning Engagement Portal, you can provide your comments about rezoning cases that are currently under review. You can also leave questions for Planning and Development staff. We’re here to answer them! 

Stormwater

Hare Snipe Watershed Study Public Meeting

The Stormwater Division is studying the Hare Snipe Watershed to better understand and improve flooding, water quality, and stream conditions in the area. The next public meeting is Thursday, September 22. You can ask questions, provide feedback, and learn more about what the Stormwater Division is doing in the Hare Snipe Watershed.

Transportation

Bus Rapid Transit:

Planning is underway for fast, reliable, frequent service along four key corridors and we expect service to be fully available by 2030.

Scooter Swag Hunt:

Visit scooter parking corrals on Glenwood Avenue and earn prizes, receive giveaways and scooter ride promo codes.

Transportation Hosting Job Fair:

The two-day event will be held Friday, Sept. 16 and Saturday, Sept. 17 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both days.

Water

None at this time. 

Public Outreach Events

View a calendar of community events and workshops

Contact

 

Ellen Colón
Community Relations Analyst Sr.
919-996-3842

Lead Department:
Community Engagement
Service Categories:
Engagement Opportunities and Public Outreach

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