Join WakeUp Wake County on September 10 for a fun and thoughtful WakeUP After 5 event to talk with development experts to understand how Raleigh’s new development code (the UDO) can affect re-development in urbanizing Raleigh.
They’ll share perspectives on how to address future growth challenges, including urban density, transit planning, and water infrastructure capacity for new growth. Concerned about new development? Interested in higher density on transportation corridors? Come join the conversation!
Sept. 10 – WakeUP After 5
“Redeveloping Raleigh: What’s Too Small, What’s Too Big and What’s “Juuust” Right?”
5:30-7:30 pm, Amplified Art Gallery
The event is free and open to the public. A cash bar will be available.
Speakers include City Councilor Thomas Crowder, Land Use Attorney Mack Paul, and Public Utilities Director John Carman.
Reducing Stormwater Runoff Pollution
Recently Raleigh’s Environmental Advisory Board and Stormwater Management Advisory Commission presented recommendations to City Council on reducing the use of curbs and gutters as a means to reduce stormwater pollution of our water supply. The Council will further consider the recommendations, and perhaps language will be considered in Raleigh’s UDO. Read the full report.