CAC - The KEY to Strong Community

The MCAC met on May 19. The video is posted on our facebook page. 

May 19 MCAC Agenda:
-Welcome - Dana Deaton
-Police Report- Sergeant Rich Marx
--Porch Placemaking Week- Tina Govan
-Let Your Light Shine Mordecai event- Renee Boyette, Raleigh Arts Commission
-Zoning and ADU Update - Betsy Miller, MCAC Zoning; Matthew Klem, City of Raleigh; Tom Johnson, Zimmer Development
-MCAC Picnic cancellation discussion/vote- Merrilee Jacobson
-Person Street Partnership/Traffic- Philip Bernard
Other Committee Reports

We will meet again on June 9, 2020 at 7:30m. Please email if you are interested in attending the June Zoom meeting.

May News from the Mordecai Community - Traffic, ADUs, Porch Placemaking, Corner Pantry, Light Up the Night, and more. Please read the Mordecai May Newsletter

Mordecai Community- how are you coping with the COVID-19 Closures?  Please connect with neighbors through our NextDoor Community and the MCAC Facebook page.  We also welcome you to follow us on our NEW Instagram page!    #MordecaiRaleigh

The Mordecai CAC is moving forward after our recent separation from the City of Raleigh CAC structure.  We are in the process of reorganizing as a community association! Neighbors, we hope you'll get involved. Feel free to email Dana and James at if you would like to share your opinions with us, join our leadership team, become a neighborhood representative, or just ask a question. 

Please read the following statement from the MCAC leadership, along with news links and recent meeting minutes:



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). Our meeting location may change after March 2020. 

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

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

(919) 295-0135