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Public Hearing Schedule

Please note: For May 3, 2022, both the 1:00 p.m. afternoon session and the 7 p.m. evening session of City Council have moved to virtual. Click on each event for most up to date info.

The City Council meets in regular session on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. On the first Tuesday, requests by citizens will be heard during the 7 p.m. session; On the third Tuesday, requests by citizens will be heard during the 1 p.m. session. For most up to date meeting updates, including time or location changes or cancellations, please visit the City Council event series.


To speak at a public hearing, you must do so in person, and you are required to sign up by 5 p.m. on the Monday prior to the meeting. You must sign up using the online form below. The web form will appear on this page only when the sign-up window is open. You may also call the Clerk’s office at 919-996-3040 to sign up.

During the meeting, you will be asked to move to the front of the room when the case you have signed up to speak about is announced.

Note: Attending Rezoning public hearings does not guarantee the opportunity to speak due to time limitations.

If you intend to utilize a presentation to accompany your remarks during the hearing, you must submit presentation materials by 5 p.m. on the Friday prior to the meeting, email the file to

How to Watch

Public Hearings happen during the City Council meeting. The council meeting will be broadcast for viewing by the public via the following channels: the City's website, the City's YouTube Live Stream, or Channel RTN-11.  If you are unable to access via TV or web, please contact or 919-996-3000 to obtain instructions for how to listen via telephone. 

PUBLIC NOTICE is given that a public hearing will be held by the Raleigh City Council on the date and at the time designated below, to solicit comments on each of the items described or under the hearing date and time. 

Upcoming Public Hearings

June 7, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.

  • Proposed FY 2022-2023 Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program
  • Water and Sewer System Development Fee Update
  • Sewer AR 1359 - Woodbridge Sewer Extension
  • STC-13-2021 - Seaboard Avenue (portion)
  • Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-10-21 and the Western Boulevard Corridor Study: Wake Bus Rapid Transit (Held open from 4/5/22)
  • Text Change TC-12-21 - Accessory Commercial Units
  • Rezoning Z-45-21 - Navaho Drive (District A)
  • Rezoning Z-76-21 - 12117 Strickland Road (District A)

June 21, 2022 at 1:00 p.m.

  • Annexation Petition AX-30-21 - 3501, 3529, 3601, 05, 07 Rock Quarry Road & 2400, 12 Sunnybrook Road (District C)
  • Rezoning Z-61-21 - 316 W. Edenton Street (District D) (Held open from 5/17/22)
  • Rezoning Z-73-21 - 10909, 10913 Leesville Road (District E)
  • Rezoning Z-87-21 - Glenwood Avenue & West North Street (District D)
  • Rezoning Z-92-21 - Nowell Road and Corporate Center Drive (District D)
  • Rezoning Z-13-22 - 5810 Creedmoor Road (District A)
  • Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-14-21: Busway Streets
  • Comprehensive Plan Amendment CP-4-22: Wyncote Drive Street Plan

July 5, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.

  • Rezoning Z-67-21 - North Hills Assemblage (District A)
  • Rezoning Z-71-21 - 13120 Strickland Road (District C)
  • Rezoning Z-74-21 - 3151 New Bern Avenue, 130 Shanta Drive, 3020 Milburnie Road (District C)
  • Rezoning Z-82-21 - Various Parcels located at Edwards Mill Road, Arckelton Drive, and Cornwall Place (District E)

Quasi-Judicial Evidentiary Hearings

Please visit Quasi-Judicial Evidentiary Hearings at City Council for information and to obtain information on current cases.

Public Hearing Time Consideration

The Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) provides that at the public hearing, those in favor of the rezoning will be allowed a total of 8 minutes to explain their support and those opposed to the rezoning will be allowed a total of 8 minutes to explain their opposition. If you want to make sure that your position is communicated to the City Council, proponents and opponents are encouraged to choose one or two spokespersons and/or present their concerns in writing prior to the hearing.

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