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Mordecai Community Action Coalition

Mordecai CAC
The KEY to Strong Community

  • Next Event: December 14 Holiday Social, 7:30pm at Pelagic Beer and Wine. Join us!

  • January 11 Meeting: Make plans to join us for our first MCAC meeting of 2022. We'll hear from Mayor Mary Ann Baldwin. Register here.

  • MCAC November Newsletter:  Leaf Collection, Neighborhood Food Pantry, Parks Volunteers, and more

  • Mordecai Neighborhood Survey: Do you own a home in the Mordecai Place Historic District? Our MHPC committee asks you to please respond to this survey.

  • Please sign up for our email list!

  • Thanks to everyone who has joined us for a recent meeting. Videos of all of our meetings are available here on our facebook page.

  • November 10 Meeting video below : Topics: State of Downtown, with Bill King from the Downtown Raleigh Alliance. Person Street Takeover! with WPU students and professor Marti Maguire.

Join us!

The Mordecai CAC meets on the second Tuesday of each month, September-June.

Upcoming MCAC events:

    • November Giving - now! Visit the MCAC Children and Family Page for details and drop off info.

    • December 14: Holiday Social- Pelagic Beer and Wine

    • January 11: A Conversation with Mayor Mary Ann Baldwin, MCAC Election

The CAC Leadership team is open and welcomes any resident of the Mordecai Community. We'd love to have more neighbors get involved. Email chair@mordecaicac.org for info or join our Slack Workspace.

Most Recent MCAC Newsletters:

MCAC Kids

November Giving Project - give now!

When: Now - November 30

How: Donations for the OpenTable United Methodist Church Free Market and The Glascock Corner Pantry

Visit the MCAC Children and Family Page for details and drop off info.

The MHPC was formed in May 2021 to explore city tools for making redevelopment in Mordecai more balanced and predictable.

October 2021: Do you own a home in the Mordecai Place Historic District? If so, please respond to this survey.

Contact us/get involved: mhpc@mordecaicac.org

#NorthPerson Street

The Person Street Partnership was created to build momentum for our MCAC community business district along North Person Street. Follow the PSP Instagram or Facebook page! Please use the hashtag #NorthPerson to help promote our great neighborhood businesses.

Person Street Partnership Facebook Page

Mordecai CAC -
The KEY to Strong Community

News from the Mordecai Community Action Coalition: The Mordecai CAC is moving forward after our February 2020 separation from the City of Raleigh CAC structure. We have reorganized and we have a new name, the Mordecai Community Action Coalition. We are still an active member of the RCAC organization, too.

Neighbors, we hope you'll get involved. Feel free to email co-chairs Dana Deaton and Merrilee Jacobson at chair@mordecaicac.org if you would like to share your opinions with us or join the leadership team. All neighbors are welcome!

The Mordecai Community includes several downtown Raleigh neighborhoods, including Mordecai, Oakdale, Pilot Mill, and East Mordecai.

More information

Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month, September-June, from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Currently we are meeting on Zoom.

Agendas/minutes/links are emailed in our newsletter.

Meet your neighbors at one of our social events. We hope to be able to have our holiday social, annual picnic, 4th of July Parade and more next year.

Events Calendar

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

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Mordecai CAC, Raleigh NC

For over 40 years, the MCAC has provided ways for citizens to share important announcements, meet neighbors, and learn about interesting community services and programs.We hope that residents from all parts of our community will get involved as we move forward!