Residents Asked To Help Build A Better Raleigh
Posted December 14, 2001
RALEIGH, N.C. — How would you like to help design the future look of Raleigh? City planners say they are trying to build a better Raleigh with the help of its residents.
The city is updating its Comprehensive Plan -- a road map for future development. Planners seek the public's opinion on neighborhoods, open space, municipal services and transportation.
The city is asking residents to share their vision by taking its
Build A Better Raleigh
survey. The survey was also included as an insert in the
News & Observer
on Dec. 11.
The deadline for participation is Dec. 21.