Mordecai Citizens Advisory Council - The KEY to Strong Community!  


 

Please join us for our next meeting


*Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 7:30pm
at the Mordecai Historic Park
  • Police Report
  • Parks and Recreation Report
  • Community Engagement Report
  • Amplify DC, a group composed of volunteer citizens from City Council District C with the purpose of identifying opportunities to support economic development in the district by proposing addition of assets and infrastructure - Sterling Bowen
  • Presentation from Recovery Communities of North Carolina (RCNC)- Troy Manns
  • Presentation from Raleigh PACT- Barbara Smalley-McMahan

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*We livestream our meetings. Videos available on our facebook page.

*RCAC Bylaws?  During our February meeting, the MCAC discussed and voted unanimously on proposed amendments to our bylaws. We are now waiting for the RCAC to take action on this matter.   More info here. 
        
 

Mark your calendars!

Mordecai Yard Sale and Plant Sale Day
Saturday, April 27




Get Involved

Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month, September-June, from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM, at the Mordecai Historic Park Visitors Center, 1101 Wake Forest Road (Corner of Wake Forest Rd and Cedar Street). 

If you can't attend, most presentations are broadcast on Facebook Live. Videos are then uploaded to our facebook page. Agendas/minutes are emailed in our newsletter.

The MCAC has multiple communication channels available to residents regarding neighborhoods, parks, zoning changes, crime, local businesses and other community announcements.

Please join our enews list.

 

About Mordecai CAC

The Mordecai CAC is one of 19 CACs in the City of Raleigh.

All residents north of Peace Street and south of Atlantic Avenue, between Brookside and West Street, belong to the Mordecai CAC.

This area covers several downtown neighborhoods, including Mordecai, Oakdale, Pilot Mill, Capital Park, and East Mordecai.

More information

Contact
chair@MordecaiCAC.org
(919) 295-0135