Public Hearings for City Council

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Laws Relating to Evidentiary Hearings Upcoming Public Hearings Video on Evidentiary Hearings

The Raleigh City Council scheduled public hearings on the following items during the dates indicated. The hearings will be a part of the regularly scheduled City Council meeting that date. The meetings will be held in the Council Chamber, Room 201, 222 West Hargett Street, Avery C. Upchurch Government Complex.

The full City Council agenda for each date is published on the City's website on Friday prior to each meeting. All meetings begin at 1 p.m. and/or 7 p.m. and the time of the public hearings are indicated next to each date. The public hearings are not necessarily listed in the order they will be heard. The items will be heard as soon as they may be reached in the agenda. The listing is updated as hearings are added.

    Laws Relating to Evidentiary Hearings

    As part of its legislative role, the Raleigh City Council and its appointed boards and commissions hold many public hearings each year. All persons are invited to attend the hearings and will be given an opportunity to speak. Sign up for speaking is not required.

    Matters that require going through the evidentiary hearing process can be frustrating and confusing to Raleigh residents.

    Download Citizen's Guide to Evidentiary Hearings 

    Upcoming Public Hearings

    Feb. 18, 2 p.m.

    • TCZ-5-19 - 3709 Rock Quarry Road
    • Z-43-19 - Leesville Road

    March 3, 7 p.m.

    • Sidewalk Petitions
      - Brookhaven Drive
      - Freeman Street, Postell Street, and Coleman Street
      - Rembert Drive-B
    • Street Improvement Petition
      - Turnbridge Drive
    • Z-23-19 - 13051 and 13055 Strickland Road (Held open from 2/4/20)
    • Z-32-19 - Sunnybrook Road
    • Z-36-19 - Poole Road

    Video on Evidentiary Hearings

    Video on Evidentary Hearings

    Evidentiary Hearings also known as Quasi-Judicial Hearings are conducted by City Council in which they solicit concerns from different constituents. This video explains and provides a real life scenario of an Evidentiary Hearing.

    Lead Department:
    City Clerk's Office