The Raleigh City Council conducts both public hearings and quasi-judicial evidentiary hearings. These are two different types of hearings with different requirements. The information on this page is related to quasi-judicial evidentiary hearings.
Upcoming Evidentiary Hearings
The Raleigh City Council sits a quasi-judicial body when hearing requests for subdivision approval in a historic overlay zoning district and conducts an evidentiary hearing on the subdivision application.
How to Participate in Evidentiary Hearings
Individuals with competent and material evidence relevant to the case may participate in an evidentiary hearing. All individuals (including but not limited to all attorneys, applicants, property owners, witnesses and neighbors) must sign-up in advance to participate in the evidentiary hearing.
City Council Quasi-Judicial Evidentiary Hearings Sign-up
Resources for Quasi-Judicial Evidentiary Hearings
Download Citizen's Guide to Evidentiary Hearings
Video on Evidentiary Hearings
How to Watch the Meeting
Please visit Public Hearings for City Council - Sign Up to Speak for information on Public Hearings.