The City of Raleigh needs your help in planning the future of the Midtown area. At our upcoming meetings, we will work together to prioritize proposed improvements for the area, including projects focused on walkability, traffic, stormwater, and public spaces. We hope you can attend one!
This is your chance to engage with the City of Raleigh planners and ask questions about the Midtown-St Albans area plan. We want to hear from you! The event will stream live here. To ask questions during the meeting, use the chatbox on this page or the phone number listed above. You can also ask questions in advance of the meeting by using the email and phone number. You will be prompted to leave a message.
Midtown: From Ideas to Action
The Midtown-St. Albans area plan is focused on making Midtown an even better place as it grows and evolves. This survey is designed to help us prioritize proposed improvements for the area, including projects...
Midtown-St. Albans - Choosing a Path
Introduction You’ve talked and we listened: We’ve heard that the Midtown area is great, but that addressing some issues could make it even better. This quick survey is divided into topics...
Midtown St. Albans - Eligiendo un camino
Introducción Según los comentarios del público, la zona de Midtown es excelente pero resolver ciertos problemas podría mejorarla. Esta encuesta rápida se divide en los...
Midtown-St. Albans - Six Forks
The Six Forks Road Corridor Study, which concluded in 2018, provided recommendations for transportation and for land use. The primary transportation recommendation, which was to widen the road to six lanes...
Midtown-St. Albans Area Plan Survey
The Midtown-St. Albans Area Plan is focused on examining issues and opportunities in the Midtown area. This survey will help us prioritize these issues based on your feedback. Thank you for your participation!
Midtown-St. Albans Encuesta de planes
El Midtown-St. Plan de Área Albans se centra en examinar los problemas y las oportunidades en el área de Midtown. Esta encuesta nos ayudará a priorizar los temas en base...