Current Initiatives

Dog Park Study

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Past Initiatives

Midtown - St. Albans Visioning Survey

Thanks for taking the time to participate in the Midtown-St. Albans Area Plan process! This planning effort is just getting underway and we d like to better understand your vision for the area which is...

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Capital Boulevard North Survey

Thank you for your interest in the Capital Boulevard North Corridor Study ! This planning effort is just getting underway and we d like to better understand your vision for the area which is outlined with...

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Avent Ferry Corridor Study Design Alternatives Survey

Thank you for your interest in the Avent Ferry Corridor Study Design Alternatives. Please provide your feedback on our survey to help us develop a long-term vision for the corridor.

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Downtown Raleigh Cleanliness

Results from this short survey on downtown Raleigh cleanliness will help inform the City s operations. For this purpose downtown Raleigh is defined as Peace Street to Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard from...

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2030 Comprehensive Plan Update

The City of Raleigh is currently updating the 2030 Comprehensive Plan. Periodic updates help to keep the plan current with emerging trends and community desires. The draft update integrates and coordinates...

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Falls of Neuse Survey

Thank you for your interest in the Falls of Neuse corridor. The city is working on an update to the existing Falls of Neuse area plan which includes policy guidance for land use roadway improvements and...

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Avent Ferry Corridor Study

At the Avent Ferry Road Corridor Study Kickoff Meeting attendees provided input on ways to improve the corridor. Corridor planning is a long process that begins with a vision that community members like...

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Six Forks Road Corridor Study – Design Options

The Six Forks Road corridor in a way defines a unique sense of place with enhanced fluidity of movement environmental sensitivity and connectivity for residents workers students and visitors using transportation...

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Blue Ridge Road Bike/Ped Improvements

The City is looking to complete bicycle and pedestrian improvements to Blue Ridge Road from Trinity Road to just north of Reedy Creek Road in Raleigh NC. The objective of this project is to fill bicycle...

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Accessory Dwelling Units

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) also known as a backyard cottages or granny flats are free-standing second residences sharing the same lot as the main house on an individual property. ADUs are not currently...

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Blount St./Person St./Wake Forest Rd. Alternatives

Phase 1 implementation of the Blount/Person Corridor Study will add bike lanes on Wake Forest Rd. and Blount/Person Streets through the whole of Downtown from Brookside Drive to Hoke Street. Three alternatives...

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Avent Ferry Road Corridor Study

At the Avent Ferry Road Corridor Visioning Workshop a group of residents discussed ideas to improve the area. Corridor planning is a long process that begins with a vision that residents like you help...

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BikeRaleigh Plan Update – Survey II

Thank you for your interest in the BikeRaleigh Plan Update! Please take a few moments to fill out this short questionnaire. Your response will help build a better understanding of community needs and priorities....

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Raleigh Bike Plan

Thank you for your interest in the Raleigh Bicycle Plan! Please take a few moments to fill out this short questionnaire. Your response will help build a better understanding of community needs and priorities....

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Southern Gateway Project

South Saunders Street and South Wilmington Street form the southern gateway to Raleigh an entry point into downtown that is known for its iconic skyline view. The city is embarking on a corridor study...

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Six Forks Corridor Draft Plan

The Six Forks Road corridor in a way defines a unique sense of place with enhanced fluidity of movement environmental sensitivity and connectivity for residents workers students and visitors using transportation...

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